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New Times:
That’s a Wrap! Gets Unwrapped For New Dinner Offerings

By Laura Hahnefeld Tue., Jan. 17 2012 at 11:00 AM

​Last Saturday, CenPho’s That’s a Wrap!, the lunch spot specializing in good-for-you wraps, salads, and rice bowls, announced it would be soft launching a new dinner menu sans the tortilla coverings.

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Arizona Republic:
20 Ethnic Sandwiches in The Phoenix Area

By Barbara Yost and Angelique Soenarie, Arizona Republic, Jan. 28, 2011 09:59 AM

That’s a Wrap

Sing a wrap song at this sandwich shop, where you can choose the Veggie Jackson: sautéed zucchini, asparagus, onions, carrots, broccoli, eggplant, feta cheese, balsamic salsa and garlic rice in a spinach tortilla. All wraps are $7.25 and come with chips and salsa, soup, fresh fruit or pasta salad.

Details: 800 E.Camelback Road, Phoenix. 602-252-5051,

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Arizona Republic:
20 Restaurants With Healthy Options in Phoenix

By Barbara Yost and Angelique Soenarie, Arizona Republic, Jan. 7, 2011, 10:45 AM

That’s a Wrap

Now in a new location, relocated from downtown Phoenix, this wrap-sandwich shop features wraps, rice bowls and salads including the Picnic Salad with fresh spinach, sliced apples, crumbled blue cheese and walnuts in a balsamic vinaigrette. $7.

Details: 800 E.Camelback Road, Phoenix. 602-252-5051,

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Phoenix New Times
100 Favorite Dishes
8: Buffalo 66 at That’s a Wrap

By Michelle Laudig, Mon., Sep. 27, 2010 @ 2:13PM

Shameless confession here: I first decided to order That’s a Wrap’s Buffalo ’66 wrap because it’s named after a movie I really dig. (Vincent Gallo and Christina Ricci, spanning time . . .)

Now I order it because I’m obsessed with the crazy rush it gives me. Yes, the shredded chicken is the requisite protein component, but it’s the sauce that really makes the dish. It’s sort of a creamy, light version of the spicy stuff you’d find on Buffalo wings, dripping out from the tortilla wrap. There’s also shredded lettuce and some tomato in there to cool things down just enough.

If you can appreciate good hot wings, you’ll understand the faintest way my face starts to perspire and mouth starts to water when I eat one of these. On a day when caffeine just isn’t enough, this is a tasty way to supercharge.

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Echo Magazine: Quick Takes

By Alexander Cowan, Echo Magazine, Sep. 30, 2010, Issue 549, Vol. 22, No. 1

That’s a Wrap is not merely going uptown, it’s growing uptown.

Known for its flavorful menu of wraps, rice bowls and salads, That’s a Wrap has offered healthy food on Seventh Street in Central Phoenix for more than 13 years. The new location, formerly occupied by Lola Tapas, emphasizes the same affordable fare and easy-going atmosphere with a fresh, contemporary interior and more space for dining, both indoors and out.

The updated décor is clean and bright while maintaining the cozy comfort of the old location. The shaded outdoor patio offers a comfortable setting for a relaxing lunch or a casual evening meal. Longtime customers will appreciate more generous parking, an improvement over the old location.

That’s a Wrap, 800 E. Camelback, has new evening hours, featuring beer and wine along with an expanded evening menu. For more information, visit

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