Coconut’s Fish Cafe to open second location in Scottsdale

Coconut’s Fish Café will open a new location at 7366 E. Shea Blvd., Suite 110 in mid June — its second in Scottsdale.

The fish café was founded in 2009 on Maui and local owner Kim Kuhljuergen opened the first mainland location in North Scottsdale in 2013.

Fish tacos available at Coconut's Fish Cafe. (Photo by Souls Image Photography)

Fish tacos available at Coconut’s Fish Cafe. (Photo by Souls Image Photography)

Coconut’s newest location will feature an expansive patio, bright and airy interior and the same fresh and healthy menu featuring Mahi Mahi and Ono fish tacos, grilled fish burgers, the infamous “Taco Mountain,” fish pasta and more.

Coconut’s new location will be open seven days per week from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

“The success of our first location has been outstanding—and we know there are many more Hawaiian food fans throughout Scottsdale and beyond. We are very optimistic about our future in Arizona,” said Kuhljuergen.

Kuhljuergen first experienced the fish taco bliss at Coconut’s Fish Café’s Hawaii location while vacationing in Maui in 2010.

“From the grilled Mahi Mahi and Ono to the coconut milk coleslaw and mango salsa I had never tasted a fish taco like this in Arizona,” said Kuhljuergen.

Coconut’s Fish Café has won numerous national accolades including a near perfect score from the Zagat Guide, one of the best places to “Eat like a local” from Travel +Leisure magazine and many more.

Kuhljuergen is set to open two additional locations of Coconuts’ Fish Café in the Phoenix Metropolitan area in the next four years.

Coconut’s Fish Café first location is at 16640 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 103 in Scottsdale.

Visit www.coconutsfishcafe.com or call 480-275-6690 for more information.

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