Fellow Osteria & Pizzeria to open Dec. 14 at SkySong

Housed inside a stylish-yet-welcoming indoor-outdoor space at SkySong, Fellow Osteria & Pizzeria will bring an authentic Italian osteria menu and vibe to the heart of south Scottsdale when it opens Friday, Dec. 14.

Fellow Osteria is located at 1455 N. Scottsdale Road,. No. 100, Scottsdale.

Handcrafted by Born & Raised Hospitality, the Valley-based restaurant group behind Clever Koi and Across the Pond, Fellow is the latest project from co-owners Nicholas Campisano and Joshua James.

The two went to great lengths — from sourcing rare, rustic pasta grains to building a spacious patio perfect for all-day lounging — to ensure Fellow brings a true taste of the Italian countryside to the fast-growing Scottsdale neighborhood.

Following with the communal nature of a traditional osteria, Fellow showcases the talents of fellow local food artisans, starting with a menu designed in consultation with iconic Phoenix chef Claudio Urciuoli (Pa’La).

Fellow guests can literally see their food growing in SkySong’s 2,000-square-foot community garden right outside Fellow’s windows, which will provide fresh produce and more all year-round in partnership with Justin Rohner of Agriscapes.

Serving a full-service menu of authentically-sourced, seriously-farm-fresh pizzas, pastas, sandwiches and salads for lunch and dinner, Fellow also tempts with affordable, Italian-centric wines (also available to-go), as well as craft beers and hand-shaken cocktails.

Fellow will also catering services to surrounding business and SkySong events.

Visit www.fellowosteria.com or follow Fellow on Facebook @FellowOsteria and Instagram @fellow.osteria.

Fellow Osteria will be open 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.

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