This historic downtown Phoenix building sees 3rd restaurant close after less than a year

Endia Fontanez
Arizona Republic
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After less than a year, Dos Pink, a vegan taco restaurant in downtown Phoenix, announced it will be closing in December.

Dos Pink is known for their signature pink taco shells and vegan fillings. The business began at the Tempe Food Court in 2022 before moving into a historic bungalow at 719 E. Roosevelt St. in February.

The building previously housed Ay, Chabela, which was open for less than one month in 2022. Before that, it was Chez Gregory, a sophisticated wine bar that also lasted for less than a year at the space.

"For personal reasons, the property owner of our restaurant has put the restaurant up for sale. So, obviously that means we no longer have a restaurant at this location," Dos Pink's owners said in an Instagram post announcing the closure on Dec. 7.

The owners went on to say that they plan to continue to provide catering services and appearing at pop-ups at events.

"As the property takes a new path, it’s not goodbye forever!" read the Instagram post caption. "thank you for a year of love and support, thanks vegan fam (sic)."

The last day to visit Dos Pink is Dec. 23.

Details: 719 E. Roosevelt St. 619-559-3695,

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