Otro Café is a neighborhood restaurant conveniently located on 7th Street just north of Bethany Home Rd next door to Healthy Habit.
Otro (translation: other), offers a great selection of food true to the restaurant’s namesake featuring traditional and new world cuisine prepared from fresh, local ingredients.
We look forward in serving you.
Otro Cafe is a neighborhood restaurant with familiar menu to Gallo Blanco offering a selection of new world American and Mexican food.
A neighborhood café with an open kitchen overlooking the dining room and bright modern interiors, lend an energetic and urban feel to Otro Café. The knowledgeable staff is enthusiastic and friendly and ensure an unfussy and comfortable dining experience.
Chef Owner Doug Robson, born in Mexico to parents of French Vietnamese and English decent, has demonstrated his commitment to using local ingredients and created a menu of flavorful and healthy fare inspired by the foods that he grew up with.
To our customers: A simple, no fuss dining experience. Tantalizing food that is prepared from fresh, local ingredients. Down to earth staff that has a passion for great food and strives to always deliver a pleasant experience.
To team members: A family restaurant environment that rewards passion and commitment to deliver on our customer promise. A place to call home and that will support employees and their families in their personal and professional pursuits.
We are proud to serve Lux Coffee at both of our locations. Our Sources: One Windmill Farms, Maya's Farm, McClendon Farm's, Willie Itule, Custom Foods, La Sonorense, Schreiner's sausage, Avalon Gourmet and The Meat Shop (currently at Gallo). We are always looking for more local goods.
For four years, Doug Robson, chef-owner of Gallo Blanco Café, the restaurant inside the Clarendon Hotel, has been quietly kicking out top-notch Mexico City-style eats in Central Phoenix. But his new restaurant, Otro Cafe now open for lunch with dinner to follow on Monday, March 11, most likely won’t enjoy such an easygoing scene — it’s smack dab in one of the Valley’s hottest new dining hubs. story
~Laura Hahnefeld, Phoenix New Times Blog 2/28/13
Chef Doug “Robson is opening a Mexican restaurant called Otro — “other” in Spanish — in a north-central Phoenix intersection that is becoming a growing dining scene. “This is the other side of the menu that complements Gallo Blanco” Story
~ Jennifer McClellan, AZ Central 2/27/13
Gallo Blanco’s Doug Robson to Open New (and Slightly Different) Mexican Restaurant in March 2013: Otro Cafe. According to Robson, Otro, which means “other” in Spanish, will complement Gallo Blanco but won’t be a carbon copy of it. Story
~Nikki Buchanan, Phoenix New Times 11/7/2012