Wildflower, the 25-year beloved Arizona brand known for its award-winning food and handcrafted artisan breads, announces plans to renovate seven of its existing restaurants statewide. This is part of a continual effort by the restaurants to provide the most updated amenities to its guests. Construction has already begun and is scheduled to be completed this year. All restaurants will remain open throughout the renovation process. 

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“For more than 25 years, Wildflower has been committed to putting our guests first,” said Louis Basile, Wildflower founder and owner. “Reinvestment in our restaurants with new, updated amenities demonstrates our ongoing commitment to our loyal guests by continuing to deliver the best experience possible.” 

Wildflower’s Sonora Village North Scottsdale location was the first to be renovated and is already complete. Additional remodel plans include updates to the following Wildflower locations:  

  • Palm Valley Pavilions West – Goodyear
  • Scottsdale Seville – Scottsdale
  • Aspen Place at the Sawmill – Flagstaff
  • Deer Valley Towne Center – Phoenix 
  • Tempe Square – Tempe
  • Wildflower Village – Gilbert

Restaurant renovations will include new tables, booths and chairs, as well as new bakery displays. The remodeled locations will feature an updated overall look throughout, including updated branding and decor. 


Wildflower serves award-winning food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and features handcrafted artisan breads and a specialty bakery. The restaurant is well known for its unique breakfast, sandwiches, salads, soups and pastas. Breakfast is served weekdays until 10:30 a.m. and weekends until 2 p.m. Pasta is served daily from 3 p.m. to close. There are 16 locally owned locations throughout the state of Arizona. For more information, visit www.wildflowerbread.com.