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Marana to see several new restaurant openings in 2020

Marana to see several new restaurant openings in 2020

2020 will bring three new restaurants to Marana.

Serial Grillers, Bisbee Breakfast Club and Chuy’s Mesquite Broiler are opening outposts in the northwest side town of about 45,000.

Serial Grillers likely will beat the other two to the punch when it hosts its grand opening Feb. 6 for the restaurant at 5660 W. Cortaro Farms Road, off Interstate 10. It will be the fourth location of the restaurant, known for its craft beers, pizza and sandwiches named after made-for Hollywood serial killers.

Bisbee Breakfast Club is set to open at 13858 N. Sandario Road, off Interstate 10 in Marana’s downtown area. This will be Bisbee’s fifth Tucson location since opening in 2011 at 4131 W. Ina Road — the restaurant’s first venture outside of its namesake Bisbee birthplace.

Bisbee Breakfast Club also has a Mesa location and plans to open in Chandler in March, said owner Terry Kyte, whose family owns and operates the restaurants. There is no opening date set for Chuy’s, which will open next door to the Sandario Road Bisbee Breakfast Club. Chuy’s owners, who also operate restaurants in Catalina and Oro Valley, could not be reached for comment.

Chuy’s, which had been on West Ina Road near Interstate 10 for years before closing in 2017 to accommodate the years-long Ina Road widening project, recently closed its location at 6741 N. Thornydale Road.

Owner Travis Miller said Serial Grillers’ Cortaro opening will coincide with the kickoff of Arizona Beer week and the opening of the restaurant’s new sister venture Boulevard BBQ, which is going into Serial Grillers’ original location at 5737 E. Speedway.

Serial Grillers last summer moved down the boulevard to the much larger building at 5975 E. Speedway that was home for 50 years to the popular Chinese restaurant Lotus Garden, which closed at the end of May.

Contact reporter Cathalena E. Burch at or 573-4642. On Twitter @Starburch

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Cathalena has covered music for the Star for the past 20 years. She's a graduate of Arizona State University has worked at Sedona Red Rock News, Niagara Gazette in Niagara Falls, New York; and USA Today.

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