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Phoenix City Guide

About Phoenix

Phoenix, known as the "Valley of the Sun" for its 300 plus days of sunshine each year, is a fragmented city sprawling into many other towns and suburbs which surround it. Visitors first notice the sprawling low profile of the valley ensconced cozily within several mountain ranges on its border.

Downtown Phoenix

The downtown area has changed dramatically since its tired days of the 70's and 80's. With the construction of the US Airways Center for Phoenix Suns basketball and Chase Field for the MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks, these two teams have brought life to downtown. If you are attending the symphony or seek something a little more upscale, you can visit the nearby Arizona Center or CityScape, both located in the neighborhood known as Copper Square. The square has several coffeehouses, restaurants and bars that bring people downtown for a drink or a bite before the show.

Phoenix is also trying to revitalize the urban center with more residential living and amenities which serve the people who live here. Two great restaurants that serve them are Pizzeria Bianco by locally adopted son, Chris Bianco or Durant's down Central Ave. for those who seek more tradition.

Incorporating the themes of Phoenix's early history with culture and local events, Copper Square is a full square-mile hotspot for activities and action. Downtown attractions include the park at Patriots Square, the Arizona Science Center, the Phoenix Museum of History and the Phoenix Art Museum.

West Phoenix

The bedroom communities of Glendale and Peoria include moderately priced homes largely developed in the 1970s and they primarily remain residential areas. Most people find their entertainment and shopping needs at the Westgate City Center. This entertainment complex hosts the arena where the Arizona Cardinals play football alongside the ice-rink where the Phoenix Coyotes play hockey. For concerts and fairs, the Cricket Pavilion offers an open-air amphitheater all year, even in the summer! 

The growing west side continues to spread outward into other communities such as Buckeye and Surprise, however the town with the most charm would be Glendale. Most visitors go to Historic Downtown Glendale and its neighborhood Catlin Court for first-rate antique shopping opportunities. The newer Arrowhead Towne Center Mall offers newer wares and different dining choices.

South Phoenix

Largely comprised of low-cost housing and shared lots with the farming industry, the area of South Phoenix has somewhat of a reputation for violence and poverty. However, the upscale community of Ahwatukee is a notable exception. Ahwatukee residents are mostly older adults and urban professionals who shuffle around the city for work, and as such there is not a tremendous amount of attractions here.

This area is mostly residential, with upscale apartments that coexist with middle class housing. For some of the best views of Phoenix, be sure to take the South Mountain Park Scenic Drive while you are here. Fabulous sunsets are the pride of Arizona and best enjoyed from a desert wilderness vantage point. If the traveler prefers more shopping, it can be found at the Arizona Mills Mall near the outlaw little township of Guadalupe.

North & Northwest Phoenix

Further north, visitors can find the tranquil towns of Cave Creek and Anthem. And further northwest, you will find Peoria and the communities of Sun City, Sun City West and Surprise. Most of these towns are filled with golf courses and retirees. However, for other recreation, hikers will enjoy the White Tank Mountain Regional Park.

East Valley

Bordering Phoenix to the east is the neighborhood of Paradise Valley, which draws middle to upper class residents because of its beautiful desert location in the foothills of Camelback Mountain. Shopping is available at the upscale Paradise Valley Mall and Scottsdale Fashion Square. On the border of PV (as residents call it), lies Scottsdale, Arizona's most luxurious and coveted area. Highly sought after for its real estate and vacations, this area provides top-notch restaurants and entertaiment with renowned restaurants like El Chorro Lodge or Tarbell's. For some of the best pizza in the city, visit Pomo Pizzeria, a genuine pizzaiolo made in the old tradition of Napoli. You can find it in the interestingly constructed Borgata of Scottsdale.

Located south of Scottsdale, Tempe is primarily a college town and the home of Arizona State University. There is plenty to see and do in Tempe, from sports to recreation. For water activity, visit the Tempe Town Lake or climb Hayden Butte, and for entertainment, this suburb is the spot for local festivals such as Fall Festival of the Arts. The University is located in the center, ringed in by family and student housing.

Continuing east we find Mesa, Chandler and Gilbert. All bedroom communities that are primarily filled with families and strip-malls. Most of the area aside from Mesa remained largely agricultural communities until a growth spurt of housing which began in the 1980s and continues to this day.

  • Echo Canyon Trail and Recreation Area

    5886 North Echo Canyon Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85253 United States - Phone: +1 866 275 5816
    Experienced hikers will appreciate the beauty of this hike in Papago Park. Located on Camelback Mountain, which at 2700 feet, is the highest point in Phoenix. This popular trail is well maintained and offers a close-up view of the desert. This trail runs just over one mile and offers several areas of challenge. Note that local rescues have become commonplace among hikers who over-estimate their abilities. For those inclined to a less arduous path, try the one-mile hike at nearby Squaw Peak.
  • Chase Field

    401 East Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 480 339 5000
    Downtown Phoenix's hottest sports fixture is this immense masterpiece of engineering. Home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the facility seats more than 48,000 and features a retractable roof that exposes the natural turf to sunlight. During the intense heat of summers here, this air-conditioned ballpark cools down the heated competition. Other highlights of the building include a pool and spa that can be reserved for private parties. Tours are available year-round and last a little more than an hour. The venue is open from Monday to Saturday from 10:30a.
  • Desert Botanical Garden

    1201 North Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: +1 480 941 1225
    The Desert Botanical Garden got its start in the 1930s with the goal of preserving the area's pristine desert environment. Today, the garden helps save endangered plants, with the focus still on native flora and special emphasis on succulents plants. The cactus collection is world-renowned and visit between months of March through May for seasonal blooming. Don't forget your hat and sunscreen.
  • Orpheum Theater

    203 West Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 534 5600 / +1 602 262 7272
    Located in the center of Phoenix, the Orpheum Theater is one of the oldest historic venues in the city. Built in 1929, the Spanish Baroque-style building underwent major transformation after its purchase by the city of Phoenix in 1984. The theater reopened in January 1997 and continually hosts performances. The building itself listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The venue seats 1,400 and is currently used for civic events, performing arts and touring productions featuring dance, theater and music concerts. Ticket prices vary; call the Civic Plaza Box Office at +1 602 262 7272 for details.
  • The Phoenix Zoo

    455 North Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: +1 602 273 1341
    The Phoenix Zoo offers a plethora of activities for family recreation. Sprawling over 125 acres (50 hectares), this privately-owned leisure facility is a must visit when in the Valley. It is home to over 1,300 exotic species including lions, giraffes, baboons and meerkats. Explore the verdant labyrinth of the Forest of Uco, take a hike along the African Trail, and enjoy a tractor ride at the Harmony Farm. In addition, the interactive programs on offer are both educational and entertaining.
  • Telephone Pioneers of America Park

    1946 West Morningside Drive Phoenix, AZ 85023 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 4543
    First of its kind in the United States, this no-fee park opened in 1988 without barriers for people with handicaps. Privately funded, this facility was built at a cost of $2.5 million. Highlights of this park include a heated therapeutic pool, playground equipment that is wheelchair accessible and two baseball fields. Other amenities include volleyball, tennis and basketball courts. Bring your lunch and use the picnic facilities, which include covered ramadas and grills. Call for further information about special events for the physically challenged.
  • Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza

    1700 West Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 542 4581
    Wesley Bolin Memorial Plaza pays tribute to lost veterans of several wars including the World Wars, Korean Conflict, Vietnam and the more recent Desert Storm. Encompassing two square blocks, adjacent to the State Capitol Museum, this park features a number of memorial monuments including the anchor of USS Arizona that sunk at Pearl Harbor. Frequently hosting local festivals such as the Fabulous Phoenix 4th, this entry-free park is also a hot-spot for political gatherings.
  • Burton Barr Central Library

    1221 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 4636
    Visiting this library is certainly an experience. Will Bruder's open and spacious building affords a calming effect through the main floor's reflecting pool. Glass-walled elevator swiftly services five floors here. The children's area offers soft, comforting places to read while discovering special friends within bound covers. Other rooms of interest include the Arizona Room for historical information as well as the Rare Book Room. Looking for a perfect place out-of-doors to sit down with your newfound escape? Simply walk a short distance north to the Margaret T. Hance Park.
  • Historic Heritage Square

    115 North Sixth Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 5071 / +1 602 262 5029
    For a look into the history of Arizona as it was in the late 19th Century, visit the Historic Heritage Square and its environs. One of the highlighted areas in downtown Phoenix, it is filled with interesting sites including the opulent Rosson House which dates back to 1895. This Queen Anne structure has been fully restored and today functions as a museum recreating the magic of a time long forgotten. For a bite to eat, the noted Pizzeria Bianco and beloved Nobuo at Teeter House are wonderful options just around the corner. Other sites in the square include the Arizona Doll & Toy Museum but if you wish to escape even the 21st Century, right next door you'll find the Arizona Science Center.
  • Rosson House (The)

    113 North 6th Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 5070 / +1 602 261 8948
    The Rosson House is a beautiful structure built in keeping with the Queen Anne style of the Victorian Era. Constructed in 1895, it has been restored to all its former glory and today serves as a museum. Visitors get a glimpse into the lives of late 19th century Phoenix denizens through the preserved articles and housewares on display. The house is located in the quaint Heritage Square and is one of eight restored residences here. Guided tours around the house are available and it is open almost 365 days a year. Check website for more details and information.
  • Mystery Castle

    800 East Mineral Road Phoenix, AZ 85042 United States - Phone: +1 602 268 1581
    This unusual piece of architecture, built from recycled bottles, granite and bricks in 1930, is a tribute from a father to his daughter. Largely constructed of native stone, the 8000-square-foot (743.22-square-meter) castle contains 13 fireplaces, 18 rooms and various features of interest. Southwestern antiques furnish this unique facility. Located near South Mountain, tours are conducted to take you through the Mystery Castle.
  • Pueblo Grande Museum & Archeological Park

    4619 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 495 0901
    Exhibited at Pueblo Grande Museum & Archeological Park are the ruins of a prehistoric settlement of people who lived, farmed and prospered for centuries in this region. Known as the Hohokam, they built their first irrigation system more than 1000 years ago. Traverse the actual ruins to discover their methods of adobe construction. Phoenix's lone National Historic Landmark, sections include an authentic ball court, irrigation canals and a football field-sized platform mound. A gift shop is located within the museum for those looking for souvenirs.
  • South Mountain Park

    10919 South Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85042 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 7393
    Drive through one of largest parks in the United States that covers a staggering 16,500 acres (6677.3131 hectares). With many lookout points, South Mountain Park, offers fantastic views of Phoenix and the surrounding valley. Summit Lookout is at 2,330 feet (710.18 meters) and highlights the enormity of this sprawling desert area. For visitors, the Interpretive Center takes you through the heritage of the area including mining and botanical history. If you prefer an experience out of the car, hike by the marked trails and study the preserved petroglyphs. Carry lunch and enjoy the park's picnic areas with kids in tow. Remember your sunscreen, hat and drinking water when visiting Arizona's best park.
  • Encanto Park

    2605 North 15th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 261 8993
    Named for the Spanish word for "enchanted," this mid-city emerald oasis lives up to its name. 200 acres of no-fee picnic areas and nature trails afford family entertainment. Minutes away from the business district, it is a great place to bring your lunch. For the kids, there is an amusement park called the Enchanted Island, a playground and a swimming pool for their entertainment. Older kids and adults enjoy lighted basketball courts, handball and racquetball courts, softball field, urban fishing, and paddleboats or canoes. Find golf nearby at the Encanto municipal golf course, or the Executive Length course.
  • Piestewa Peak

    2800 East Squaw Peak Lane Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 6500
    Centrally located, the Piestewa Peak is a part of the Phoenix Mountains. There are over a dozen trails which one can hike and enjoy a panoramic view of the Sonora Desert. For those who wish to only watch, the park affords that opportunity as well. Covered ramadas in a well-maintained picnic area allow visitors to observe the local wildlife and plants. Remember your sunscreen, hat, and plenty of water when visiting the park.
  • St. Mary's Basilica

    231 North Third Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 354 2095
    Officially called the Church of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, it is more commonly known as St. Mary's Basilica or simply St. Mary's. Located in downtown Phoenix, the splendid architecture is a mix of Mission Revival, Spanish Revival and Roman designs. Moreover it is known for its opulent stained glasses which are the largest in Arizona, while the religious carvings and statues inside add to its beauty. St. Mary's was elevated to being a minor basilica in 1987 by Pope John Paul and is the only one of its kind in Phoenix. This striking church conducts daily mass for the faithful and tours of its healing garden and the monument itself for visitors.
  • Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum

    3901 West Pioneer Road Phoenix, AZ 85086 United States - Phone: +1 623 465 1052
    History comes alive at this turn-of-the-century town, where life during the latter decades of the 19th Century is reenacted. Features include a sheriff's office, jail, dress shop and a schoolhouse maintained just as it was once was. Covering 90 acres (36.42 hectares), experience life of a forgotten time with restored structures like the Ashurst Cabin, The Phoenix Bakery, Flying V Cabin or replications like Fort Woods, the Bank and Bandstand. The charming chapel can also be used for Victorian themed weddings. Please check the website for updated timings.
  • Deer Valley Rock Art Center

    3711 West Deer Valley Road Phoenix, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 582 8007
    Revisit the traditional home of the ancient Hohokam and Patayan peoples who left traces of petroglyphs (rock art) in the Hedgpeth Hills. View more than 1500 of these on a quarter-mile trail. Different interpretations of the designs can be studied at the indoor exhibits. Remember to carry a cap, sunblock, binoculars and plenty of water during your visit. It would be advisable to carry along a notepad to jot down points. Children get an opportunity to create their own petroglyphs out of clay.
  • Castles-n-Coasters

    9445 North Metro Parkway East Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 997 7575
    This fun center ranks high with the tiny tots. Let your kids display their putting skills on the miniature golf courses or try their hand at arcade games. Roller coasters offer thrills and other attractions include bumper boats, Naskarts, a carousel and a splash-down log ride. The center is located near Metrocenter Mall on the outer loop and make sure to check the website for timings.
  • Phoenix Greyhound Park

    3801 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 273 7181
    Greyhound racing is a sure bet for excitement and has entertained countless visitors. Located centrally, it is easily accessed from all parts of the Valley. Enjoy pari-mutuel betting every night, year-round, at 7:30p. Seasoned bettors and newbies alike can participate in the level playing field offered here. The greyhound track keeps a percentage of all bets, win or lose, for managing the wagers.
  • Phoenix International Raceway

    125 South Avondale Boulevard Avondale, AZ 85323 United States - Phone: +1 866 408 7223
    Excitement fairly boils around the premier racetrack in the Valley of the Sun. Sporting the fastest one-mile oval in the world, Phoenix International Raceway track is home to championship motor sports events for NASCAR, IRL, USAC and AMA. Also home to the Nascar Winston Cup Series Checker Auto Parts/Dura-Lube 500, this track has gained popularity in recent years. Recent expansions with more planned are a result of capacity crowds. Diverse motor sports racing schedules combined with 78,000 seats make this racetrack one of the finest in the country.
  • Enchanted Island

    1202 West Encanto Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 1200
    Located at Encanto Park, this oasis is designed for family and kids. Look out for oohs and aahs from the little ones as you stroll round the island featuring ducks and swans. Enjoy happy rides on the train or carousel guaranteeing a fun-filled adventure. Prices are reasonable and all-day passes are available, depending on height.
  • Hot Air Expeditions

    2243 East Rose Garden Loop Phoenix, AZ 85024 United States - Phone: +1 480 502 6999
    As you ascend you will be astounded at how light you feel. Hovering over the valley, you can see and hear the life of the Sonoran desert. Upon landing, an elegant table setting, complete with tablecloth and china, awaits you. Delicacies prepared by famed chef Vincent Guerithault will whisk you away to a culinary wonderland. This is not for those on a tight budget but it's definitely worth the money spent for the memory created! The launch site is at Cave Creek and Jomax Road. Sunset flights operate seasonally, November through March.
  • Westworld Xtreme Pursuit Paintball

    4240 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 447 8200
    At Westworld Xtreme Pursuit Paintball, more than 30,000 square feet are available for playing shoot-em-up in air-conditioned comfort. Professional referees, field props and specialized lighting systems are featured. Both beginners and professional players are both welcome to pursue opponents. Player orientation is provided.
  • Over the Rainbow Expeditions

    26500 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85024 United States - Phone: +1 602 225 5666
    Experience silent motion high above the Sonoran Desert with an early morning ride in a hot-air balloon. Winter is the ideal season to view the subtle desert shades and mountain ranges aloft. The highly qualified crew will assure that your adventure will be a safe one, as this business is historically accident-free. Clearly see desert plants and possibly animals while flying low to the ground. After you land, you will enjoy the traditional champagne ceremony with a continental breakfast. To remember your ride, you will receive a flight certificate.
  • Arizona Buddhist Temple

    4142 West Clarendon Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85019 United States - Phone: +1 602 278 0036
    Arizona Buddhist Temple carries the distinction of being the oldest Buddhist temple in the state. Built in the 1930s, it was closed for a time during World War II, then ravaged by fire and rebuilt in 1961. Affiliated with the Buddhist Churches of America and Nishi Hongwanji in Kyoto, Japan, the temple is open to all people to hear the Dharma together as one family. This is in accordance with the teachings of the Buddha and Shinran Shonin. Educational programs include teachings of Buddhism for Pre-K through high school, as well as adults. Credit cards are not accepted.
  • Western States Motorcycle Rentals & Tours

    9401 North Seventh Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85021 United States - Phone: +1 602 943 9030
    Escape the city via two wheels to capture a feeling of freedom. Daily or weekly rentals include motorcycle, security, repair kits, dual seats, saddlebags, windshields and luggage racks. Take that dream ride to Monument Valley or visit the OK Corral in Tombstone. Experience of two years or more, as well as possession of a motorcycle license, is required to rent similar-sized bikes. If you do not remember your helmet, you will be provided with one.
  • Alwun House

    1204 East Roosevelt Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 7887
    Built by John Sedler in 1912, this historic house is architecturally significant due to its exceptional size and unusual bungalow style. For a house built in the early part of the century, being two storied instead of one and having a solar energy system for hot water, truly sets it apart. Goldfish ponds, aviaries and gardens are included in the property. Today, the house doubles as a cultural art center and venue for weddings and receptions. Admission varies, so please call for further information. Limited wheelchair access.
  • Arrowhead Arizona Desert Tours

    2734 West Michelle Drive Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 942 3361
    For more than twenty years, Arizona Desert Tours has been guiding visitors through Arizona's back country. Trained guides will teach you survival techniques while relating the lore of the area. Enjoy the enchanting desert colors and scenery while touring. Services offered are 4x4 tours, cowboy cookouts, horse trail rides, gold panning, rafting, eco tours and corporate team building. Call for reservations or visit website for more information.
  • Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium

    16501 West Northern Avenue Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 United States - Phone: +1 623 935 9453
    If a look at the website makes you smile, then imagine how thrilling a visit here would be! Housing Arizona's largest collection of exotic animals, Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium is located west of Phoenix and offers loads of excitement for kids and adults alike. A must-visit for any animal lover is the baby animal nursery. With over 500 species of animals housed in the zoo, there are many little ones you can watch being cared for. Other attractions include the children's petting zoo, the African safari ride, and the lory parrot feeding. Keep the kids engaged while you enjoy your lunch at Dillon's Restaurant, located next to the shark tank inside the aquarium. Congo Cooker is a good option if you prefer light eats.
  • Sahuaro Ranch Park

    9802 North 59th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85302 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 4200
    Return to an earlier time when you visit Sahuaro Ranch Park, a lovely historic park built in the 1890s. Seven original buildings set on 16-acres are home to rabbits, chickens and peacocks. Originally a citrus farm founded by William Henry Bartlett, the ranch is now a Glendale City Park. Tour the main house and view exhibits of years past. The park is open to visitors daily.
  • Victorian Weddings-at Pioneer Arizona

    3901 West Pioneer Road Phoenix, AZ 85086 United States - Phone: +1 623 465 1052
    Imagine exchanging your vows in a white Victorian church from another era at Pioneer Arizona. If you prefer, start your new life together in a gazebo on the green out-of-doors. Horse drawn trolley transport is provided for you and your guests. Located in a tranquil Arizona pioneer town, your wedding memories will last a lifetime. Celebrate with a reception in the old Opera House banquet hall, on the green or in the large barbecue area. Victorian Weddings—at Pioneer Arizona offers charm for your Victorian, western or pioneer wedding.
  • Phoenix Coyotes

    2 North Central Suite 1930 Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 480 473 5600
    Famed for the coolest jerseys in the National Hockey League with its stylized skating canine, the Coyotes arrived in Phoenix in 1996. Once known as the Winnipeg Jets, the franchise was welcomed with open arms in Phoenix as they played their first home game to a sold out crowd at US Airways Center. As if to prove themselves worthy of such support, the Coyotes went to the playoffs their first year here. With players like Mike Gartner, one of only five NHL players to score 700 career goals, and Keith Tkachuk, the NHL's top scorer for the 96-97 season, the team brought "whiteouts" to the desert, as fans showed up for home games dressed all in white. The tradition continues, and Phoenix fans are still hot for their cool sport. Plans are in the works for a new stadium and training facility in south Scottsdale at the Los Arcos Mall, but wherever they play, rest assured it will be packed with loyal white-wearing fans. Team colors: white, green and purple.
  • Camelback Mountain

    5700 North Echo Canyon Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 602 261 8318
    At a height of 1400 feet (426.72 meters), this mountain resembles the unmistakable shape of a camel's hump. North trailhead offers views of red cliffs rising 200 feet (61 meters) in some areas beckoning rock climbers. Facilities are limited at the Echo Canyon Recreation Area with only a trailhead water fountain, an interpretive ramada and trails. Desert wildlife is abundant here; you may see small animals such as snakes, lizards and Harris Antelope Squirrels as well as a variety of birds. Admission is free. See website for trail maps and fact sheet.
  • Vaughan's Southwest Custom Tours, Inc.

    16015 North 40th Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 971 1381
    While in Arizona take advantage of the many exciting places to explore with the Valley's oldest scheduled tour service. Pleasant guides transport you to such historic spots as the Grand Canyon, Montezuma's Castle National Monument and Sedona on full- or half-day tours. For a more international flair, experience Mexico and spend a glorious day filled with shopping, eating and exploring the San Xavier Mission. Custom tours are available for groups of any size.
  • Open Road Tours

    522 East Dunlap Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 997 6474
    Strike out on a personalized adventure touring exciting places around Arizona with this touring company providing pickup and return service from most hotels. Diverse packages to destinations such as Monument Valley or Montezuma's Castle are highly popular. Tours are priced from $32. Limited disabled access is available and advance notice is recommended. Convention services are also offered to groups that include team building, dining events and corporate retreats. Please call for further information.
  • Firebird International Raceway

    20000 Maricopa Road Chandler, AZ 85226 United States - Phone: +1 602 268 0200
    If an exhilarating rush of adrenaline is what you seek, Firebird International Raceway—450-acre raceway is the ultimate choice. Voted the "fastest track in the world" for 1998 and 1999, drag racing is taken to the extreme here, reaching speeds of up to 330.23 miles per hour. Hosted events include Checker Schuck's Kragen Nationals and Coors Monster Trucks among others. VIP towers are featured where the seats are cushioned, the views phenomenal and catering is available. Ticket prices vary by event.
  • Lake Pleasant Regional Park

    41835 North Castle Hot Springs Road Morristown, AZ 85342 United States - Phone: +1 602 372 7460
    One of Arizona's best water recreation sites just a few miles northwest of Phoenix. Desert terrain is rocky and shade is limited, so bring sturdy shoes and plenty of sunscreen. Popular activities include swimming, jet skiing, boating and fishing. You can also hire vehicles for a small fee. Bring cash or a check. No credit cards are accepted. Boat lovers be sure to check out the nearby Pleasant Harbor Marina, which offers full amenities for boaters.
  • Pleasant Harbor Marina

    40202 North 87th Avenue Peoria, AZ 85383 United States - Phone: +1 602 977 7377
    Catch some spray with your boat or jet-ski on Lake Pleasant. Every size boat can be accommodated with 30- to 60-foot slips or three dry storage facilities. Whether you're fishing in your little bass boat or giving your houseboat a workout, this facility has it all. Showers, restaurant and laundry are provided for your convenience. While you're here, take a tour aboard the Desert Princess II paddle-wheeler. Private charters and public cruises accommodate up to 140 guests. Camping facilities are available through the Lake Pleasant Regional Park.
  • Canyon Creek Anglers

    21 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 8195
    Tie one on with these fishy characters down in Central Phoenix. These pros will help you reel in a winner with classes and free seminars. Classes on fly-fishing as well as fly-tying are offered on an ongoing basis. Seminars are available periodically for kids, women and men. Call for upcoming event dates and times. This shop carries a full selection of premier fishing gear. Top-line products are offered from manufacturers such as Winston, Cortland and Sage. Other selected items from Spirit River, Simms, Orvis and Scientific Anglers are also available.
  • Catlin Court

    5701 West Palmaire Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 4500
    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this antique niche invites the browser. Whether your choice invokes memories with musty tomes of the past, or delights with unique collectible Christmas trinkets, fascination and charm will surely accompany your visit. Located within Glendale's Historic District, known as Arizona's Antique Capitol. Visit during Gaslight Thursdays, the third Thursday of every month. Local merchants extend shopping hours till 9pm. Free parking, entertainment and trolley rides are available for the event.
  • First Christian Church

    6750 North 7th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 246 9206
    This church, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1950, is constructed from stone. Built during 1971-1977, this structure is a remarkable example of texture and materials—a trademark of Mr. Wright. Other famous Wright designs are open for touring at Taliesin West. Drive down the scenic Central Avenue while in the area, and view stately homes. Join Lead Pastor Jon Taylor, Lead Worshiper David Freeman, and the congregation here while in town.
  • Brophy Chapel

    4701 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 5291
    This 1928 Spanish Colonial chapel was built by Brophy students, funded by Mrs. William Henry Brophy and designed by John R. Kibbey. Points of interest include a Mexican Baroque altar of pink volcanic Tufa stone, quarried near Wickenburg and hand-carved. Featured also is a survivor of the World War I battle of Verdun, a large wooden crucifix, carved around 1670. An artist from An Tur Gloine in Dublin, Ireland produced the series of Irish stained glass windows. Each represents an article of faith from the Apostles Creed.
  • Arizona River Runners

    15211 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 4866
    See Arizona's rivers from the perspective of early adventurers, meaning right in the middle of them! These outfitters offer enchanting motorized or oar-driven trips in Arizona. Choose from the Upper Salt, Gila or Verde rivers for a close-up view of the desert, or try an intimate adventure down the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Tame the lively and thundering Colorado like Major John Wesley Powell did before you in 1869. Call for additional information.
  • Murphy Park

    7010 North 59th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 2820
    Located in the heart of downtown Glendale, this picture-perfect park looks like it popped out of an ad for Family Life. There's an amphitheater nearby for community concerts and lots of local events are held here. You'll find the Front Porch Festival here in September, Glendale Glitters through the holidays and Saturdays from October through May find the Market at Murphy Park. Local artists and craftsmen converge at the Market displaying their handiwork.
  • Margaret T. Hance Park

    1134 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 534 2406
    This no-fee inner-city park offers a grassy area for picnics, a playground area, restrooms, sand volleyball pits and a full lighting system. This facility is frequently used for a variety of activities and events such as the annual Arizona Book Festival and the Light the Night walk for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Plenty of free parking is available and while you're here, why not check out the Burton Barr Library? It's just north of the park and offers quiet spots for reading.
  • Glendale Community College

    6000 West Olive Avenue Glendale, AZ 85302 United States - Phone: +1 623 845 3000
    This college has been addressing educational needs in the community since 1965. Presently, this facility is the second largest in the Maricopa district, with more than 19,000 students utilizing its services each semester. Educational offerings include associate degree programs, occupational certificates and transferable credits. The goal of this educational system is to be innovative in providing life-long learning to all community members.
  • Phoenix College

    1202 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 285 7500
    The roots of this academic facility are based in the history of the Phoenix Union High School District, which established it in 1920. It has been in its present location since 1939. Now serving about 12,000 students a semester under the umbrella of the Maricopa County Community College District, it has come a long way since the first enrollment day, when the student body consisted of 18 scholars. The campus itself consists of 25 buildings on 52 acres in the heart of the Valley of the Sun. Proud of the cultural diversity and heritage of its student body, this facility has always established strategies to meet the needs of its students. The school offers AA, AGS and AAS certificates and degrees in a wide range of academic areas. It has received national recognition for many of its programs, which include dental hygiene, mathematics and administration of justice.
  • Arizona Christian University

    2625 East Cactus Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 800 247 2697(Toll Free) /+1 602 489 5300
    This campus has focused on ministry, both in academia and extra-curricular activities. It offers both Associate and Bachelor degrees in different fields of study for students who prefer to be taught from a Christian perspective. Bachelors in the arts and sciences degrees are offered in business, counseling, education, biblical studies, Christian ministries and more. Two-year Associate degrees in the arts and sciences are offered as well as a one-year "Certificate in Bible" program for those who wish to be educated in theology without earning a degree.
  • Tovrea Castle

    5041 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 6412
    This triple-tiered structure on a cactus-covered hilltop was built in the late 20s out of granite, stucco and concrete. San Francisco businessman Allesio Carraro had a vision of building exclusive, custom-built homes around this world-class resort hotel. He lost his dream to a local businessman, A.E. Tovrea, when he unwittingly sold the place a few years later to Della Tovrea, A.E.'s wife. The Tovrea family immediately moved into the vacated property, utilizing it as their family home up until Della's death in 1969. The City of Phoenix purchased the property in 1993.
  • Copper Square

    502 East Monroe Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 744 6404
    Action in Phoenix centers in this full square-mile area. During the day, check out the Museo Chicano, Patriots Square Park and the Phoenix Museum of History. At night, enjoy dinner and dancing or a movie at the Arizona Center, Alice Cooperstown or Networks, an upscale club adjacent to the Hyatt Regency. Catch a game at Chase Field, or attend a special event at the Civic Plaza, US Airways Arena or Symphony Hall. An itinerary completed in just one day!
  • Manzanita Speedway

    West Broadway Road @ South 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85041 United States - Phone: +1 602 276 7575
    Join thrill seekers at this fast half-mile oval track every Friday and Saturday night for exciting racing action. Open practice is offered on Tuesdays. Semi-banked one-third clay tracks also set the scene for challenging events. This converted dog track has been providing fans with adrenalin-pumping performances since 1951. Divisions include midgets, Arizona sprints and mini sprints, and IMCA modified and circle trucks. Stock car divisions include factory stocks, super stocks and bomber stocks brought straight from the wreckers to the track. Tickets for adults range $10-15, and kids age 12 and under are free.
  • Glendale Antiques District

    58th Avenue and Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 602 930 4500
    From the old-fashioned clock standing in Murphy Park, to the eclectic variety of antique and collectible stores, this charming place returns to an easier time. The climate in this section of Glendale exudes palpable warmth, demonstrated by painted merchant windows, charming floral decor and a statue of a gentleman feeding pigeons in the park. Have an ice cream at Kimberly Ann's Victorian Ice Cream Parlor in Downtown Glendale, or slip into one of many antique stores. You could purchase a pedal car at Smilin' Jack's or perhaps locate a leather-bound old friend at Coury House. Find an infinite variety of gift items and furnishings all along Glendale, then north to historic bungalows in the Catlin Court District. Enjoy merchant displays and food in an open-air market every Saturday from October through May, held in Murphy Park at 58th and Glendale avenues. Save your feet and take the town trolley.
  • Comerica Theatre

    400 West Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 379 2800 / +1 602 379 7800
    Comerica Theatre is a state-of-the-art entertainment venue designed for concerts, Broadway shows, family stage shows, boxing and convention meetings. Seating can vary from 1900 to 5000 for concerts, and 5500 for sporting or corporate events. This theater combines a classic, fully rigged Broadway stage with the brilliance of modern arena technology. Past performers include Marc Anthony, Hilary Duff, The Killers and Al Green. Wrestling match-ups also take place on a frequent basis at this venue.
  • Maryvale Sports Park

    3600 North 51st Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85031 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 6862
    Maryvale Park is a great place to hang out and if you're a sports buff then its even better! Baseball, basketball and soccer are all played here. The park also provides a slew of fun activities like shuffleboard, an exercise course and a swimming pool. For those looking for something less frenetic, there is always the recreational building that provides art and sculpture activities.
  • Hot Air Balloon Company (The)

    1833 East Redfield Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 480 483 8208
    Hot Air Balloon Company gives you the opportunity to beat the laws of nature and experience what flying actually feels like. You can fly over the beautiful Monument Valley and the scenic landscapes of the city in your hot air balloon and enjoy either the brilliant morning sunshine as it fills into the air or then catch the last few sparks of the setting sun as it disappears beyond those mountain-tops. All you need is a sense of adventure and a zest for fun, and your camera, of course.
  • Phoenix Mosque

    4444 South 3rd Street Phoenix, AZ 85040 United States - Phone: +1 602 305 7359
    Phoenix Mosque provides facilities for Muslims to offer their prayers and also conducts various services pertaining to the Muslim culture. The location of the mosque enables all to offer their prayers in a calm and sanctified environment.
  • Jauharatul Islam Mosque

    102 West South Mountain Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85041 United States - Phone: +1 602 268 6151
    Jauharatul Islam Mosque provides facilities to Muslims to offer their prayers and also conducts various services pertaining to the Muslim culture. The location of the mosque enables all to offer their prayers in a calm and sanctified environment.
  • Muslim Community Mosque

    1818 North 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: 1+ 602 306 4959
    Muslim Community Mosque provides facilities to Muslims to offer their prayers and also conducts various services pertaining to the Muslim culture. The location of the mosque enables all to offer their prayers in a calm and sanctified environment.
  • Deer Valley Park

    19602 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85027 United States - Phone: +1 602 495 3735 / +1 602 262 6575
    A community park located in the north of the city, the Deer Valley Park is a favorite recreational spot among locals. Among the facilities available at this park are lighted tennis courts, a playground, walking trails, softball fields, and picnic tables. The park also plays host to several community events, like After Dark in the Park, which is an event sponsored by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. Call for more information on the park.
  • Wet ‘n’ Wild Phoenix

    4243 West Pinnacle Peak Road Glendale, AZ 85310 United States - Phone: +1 623 201 2000
    Nestled in the Adobe Dam Regional Park, Wet 'n' Wild is an excellent respite from the heat that dominates the Arizonian capital often referred to as the Valley of the Sun. This theme park is the largest of its kind in the state and is replete with fun and exhilarating activities as well as dining options that promise a memorable experience. With over 30 groundbreaking rides and slides to its credit, this park offers visitors the ultimate splashdown. Take on the twists and turns of the mighty Constrictor and get an adrenaline rush while rafting the Mammoth Falls. For the less adventurous, unwind on the Cactus Cooler and Monsoon Bay, or spin down the curvatures of the Serpentine.
  • Papago Park

    625 North Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: +1 602 256 3220
    If you are in Phoenix and enjoy going on easy treks, then Papago Park is the place to you. With its sandstone buttes, marked paths and slight elevation, it is perfect for family hiking trips and easy mountain biking. Visitors can join an orientation course that teaches you how to navigate with the help of a map and a compass through obstacles created by the hills, boulders and desert. But for the more adventurous, explore the park's weathered rock formations and plant varieties, without the aid of a map or guide! The park also includes attractions such as the Desert Botanical Garden and Phoenix Zoo.
  • Steele Indian School Park

    300 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 495 0739
    Steele Indian School Park is home to various local and native American events. The Gourds Dance, to commemorate the military is hosted at this very venue. The park also is the summit for the Native American Recognition Day Parade. It also plays host to the Arizona Indian Festival and April's Phoenix Pride. When not bustling with festivities, the Indian School Park has a Dog Park, Amphitheater, a World War I memorial hall and a 15-acre park, aesthetically equipped with fountains to relax and explore.
  • One Place Church

    825 North 1st Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 504 5633
    One Place Church is a collection of devoted Arizonans who love and worship God. Through art, their devotion to the Almighty is portrayed. Along with weekly prayer and gospel sessions, the word of God is spread through contemporary means such as Indie rock and art paintings. The church helps believers learn more about God and their subsequent purpose in life that follows. The venue is open on Sundays from 6 p.m.
  • Phoenix First Assembly

    13613 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 7117
    At Phoenix First Assembly of God, Pastor Tommy Barnett, through his messages, brings to you the main principles of faith and life. His messages are made more relevant with biblical reference and spiritual music. You get a unique worship experience through the Dramatic illustrations given by him. Guest speakers often come to share in their experiences and their understanding of the word of God.
  • Nest (The)

    24810 Rittenhouse Road Queen Creek, AZ 85242 United States
    Have you ever been to a haunted house? Well here's your chance to visit one. Simply called 'The Nest', this barn was once a shelter of the psychotic Jacob Knob. A visit to this place is a spine-chilling journey through 14 rooms, the carnage and the graveyard where Jacob's victims were tormented and buried. The special effects used in all these attractions replicate the same kind of horror in you as experienced by Jacob's victims. Definitely not for the faint-hearted!
  • Playhouse on the Park

    1850 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 0402
    Located in the heart of Phoenix, Playhouse on the Park is housed on the ground floor of the famous Viad Tower, itself a Phoenix landmark. The statuettes and fountains dotting the the landscaped Playhouse on the Park are a perfect backdrop to the variety of performances that are held in the park. With its convenient location and excellent facilities it has always been a favorite with event organizers.
  • Schnepf Farms

    24810 East Rittenhouse Road Queen Creek, AZ 85142 United States - Phone: +1 480 987 3100
    Enjoy farm tours and participate in fun activities like face painting, animal races and excursions at Schnepf Farms. The plantation offer guests the thrill of picking out fruits and vegetables fresh from the farms. The Peach Festival is a famous event that takes place here. A novel experience, the informal setting and old world feel is guaranteed to provide a memorable time for all age groups. One can also have a hearty meal under the peach trees at the restaurant here.
  • ASU West (Arizona State University at the West Campus)

    4701 West Thunderbird Road Glendale, AZ 85069 United States - Phone: +1 602 543 5500
    The ASU West is a complete educational hub. Loaded with world-class facilities, the west campus aims at the all-round development of the students. It has a well-stocked library, bookstore, computer centre and a cafeteria. The child-development centre and the fitness centre, ensure that every student develops and progresses in all ways. It hosts different activities like Fine Arts and Cultural Programs.
  • Christ Church Lutheran

    3901 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 4830
    "Love for The Supreme One and all the creatures He created," is the message Christ Church Lutheran tries to spread. From conducting prayer services to wedding ceremonies, this church truly believes in serving the community. With individual ministries for women, children, college students and even jail inmates, this place believes in equal treatment for all the citizens. Apart from that, this church also runs a school and has undertaken missions to take care of orphans in African countries.
  • First Southern Baptist Church

    3100 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 242 6104
    The mission of the First Southern Baptist Church is to bring people closer to Christ. The church strives to spiritually uplift the people of God. The church believes in prayer and worship to bring out objectives and spreading the Word of God is the ultimate motive. FSBC is also in alliance with the Southern Baptist Convention and is starting new churches with them.
  • Central Avenue

    Between 7th Street & 7th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 364 3700
    Central Avenue is a the dividing strip which separates east and west Phoenix and it is the backbone of the downtown area. With a history that dates back to the foundation of the city, Central Avenue has always been at the forefront of development and growth. Known primarily for its entertainment and commercial use, the avenue is scattered with skyscrapers, museums and modern architecture. Also right off the avenue, visitors can see some historic residential neighborhoods, such as the Willo and Coronado districts.
  • Southwest Desert Adventures

    Various Locations Phoenix, AZ 85080 United States - Phone: +1 480 962 6620
    Southwest Desert Adventures is comprised of dedicated professionals helping visitors enhance their Arizona experience with great adventures – 4X4 Desert Jeep Tours, Team Building events, Hot Air Ballooning, Hiking, Parasailing, Biking, Kayaking, Fishing and a host of other events. If you're up for an adventure, then they have a tour for you. Through years of experience, they have gained a solid reputation for professionalism, reliability and flexibility.
  • Downtown Phoenix

    50 East Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 534 7143
    Located at the intersection of Washington Street and Central Avenue, 'Downtown Phoenix' has something for everyone—museums, cultural venues, sports venues, music halls, theaters and much more. This place is an snapshot of 20th century architectural style. It has many mid-rise and high-rise buildings and also houses the popular Heritage and Copper Squares, which are the corporate, governmental and cultural hubs of the city.
  • Westgate City Center

    6770 North Sunrise Boulevard Glendale, AZ 85305 United States - Phone: +1 623 772 4000
    Encompassing a huge area of 223 acres, Westgate City Center is Glendale's premier mixed-use property that serves as a one-of-its-kind entertainment, shopping, residential and commercial destination! From apparel brands like Puma and Apricot Lane to beauty shops like Body Shop, from popular restaurants like Camarone's to bistros and accessory outlets, here you can find all. Besides that, the Westgate City Center also houses various corporate offices and residential complexes in its premises. However, the center is popular for offering the city's biggest entertainment options. Westgate City Center is home to the AMC theater, the Shout House, the Fountain Park and the Waterdance Plaza. In spite of all this, it is the Jobing.com Arena which is considered an icing on the cake. The Jobing.com Arena, housed within the Westgate City Center, is Glendale's biggest events center that plays host to grandiose concerts, gigs, sporting events and conventions. The center is home to farmers markets, block parties, concerts, musicals, sports and art exhibitions. Check website to know more.
  • Rainbow Ryders Inc.

    1725 West Williams Drive Phoenix, AZ 85027 United States - Phone: +1 480 299 0154 / +1 877 771 0776
    Having been around for nearly three decades, Rainbow Ryders Inc. is one of Southwest's foremost hot air balloon company. Experience the scenic vistas of Scottsdale and Phoenix from a breathtaking view-point and you can also bring someone special along. At the end of each ride, receive the company's first flight certificate to commemorate your flight. Offering year-round sunrise flights, depending upon the weather, and sunset flights during winter, this panoramic adventure is a perfect addition to any itinerary.
  • César Chávez Plaza

    201 West Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States
    The César Chávez Plaza was named to honor the man who is responsible to further the cause of migrant workers in the state and the country. Located in downtown Phoenix, this plaza plays host to several community events, including Phoenix Earth Day and Cinco de Mayo. Do pay a visit to this plaza to experience a part of the vibrant culture of this city.
  • Adobe Dam Regional Park

    23280 North 43rd Avenue Glendale, AZ 85310 United States - Phone: +1 602 506 2930
  • Thunderbird Paseo Park

    51st Avenue Glendale, AZ 85306 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 2820
  • Festival Fields

    101 East Lower Buckeye Road Avondale, AZ 85323 United States - Phone: +1 623 333 2400(City Park Council)
  • Pecos Park

    17010 South 48th Street Phoenix, AZ 85048 United States - Phone: +1 602 495 5500 / +1 602 262 6111
  • Ed Hooper Park

    2525 North Pinel Avenue Casa Grande, AZ 85222 United States - Phone: +1 520 421 8677
  • Rio Vista Community Park

    8866 West Thunderbird Park Peoria, AZ 85345 United States
  • Desert Horizon Park

    North 56th Street Phoenix, AZ 85254 United States
  • Japanese Friendship Garden

    1125 North 3rd Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 256 3204
    Also known as the Ro Ho En, the Japanese Friendship Garden is a peaceful retreat in Phoenix. Termed as a stroll garden, it boasts of over 50 plant varieties surrounded by stream and Koi ponds. The spectacular garden often hosts local events and festivals. The garden also welcomes volunteers looking to contribute towards the welfare of the environment and learn more about gardening.
  • Glendale Xeriscape Botanical Garden

    5959 West Brown Street Glendale, AZ 85302 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 3596
    One of the best demonstration gardens in Glendale, the award-winning Glendale Xeriscape Botanical Garden at the Glendale Public Library has been displaying a unique variety of plants since 1990. The huge collection of 400 different species of plants and flowers, which includes many different varieties of local Arizonan desert plants, attracts a colorful assortment of hummingbirds and butterflies as well.
  • First United Methodist Church

    7102 North 58th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 939 1409
    Located in the historic district of Glendale, First United Methodist Church was established in 1894. Built in a grand Gothic style with a red brick wall facade, the interiors are beautifully decorated with stained glass paintings and windows. The church plays host to various cultural and private events as well as to weddings. It is definitely a must see while around the city.
  • CityScape

    1 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 772 3900
    CityScape, located in Downtown Phoenix, is an urban project that provides plenty of entertainment. From great restaurants like Blue Hound and Chloe's Corner to a bowling alley and retail shops, CityScape encompasses everything, from dining and shopping, to business and nightlife. The Arrogant Butcher and The Breakfast Club are two other restaurants which merit attention and it is a good place to catch a show in the open space, from movies to live bands, this place has it all.
  • Phoenix Bat Cave

    Off North 40th Street Phoenix, AZ 85253 United States - Phone: +1 877 225 5749
    North of the Arizona Canal lies Phoenix's very own bat cave. During the evening at sunset, the bats stream out in hordes to begin their nighttime hunt. This daily phenomenon is a sight to behold as the colony of bats can be seen racing through the sky. You'll need to take a walk through the countryside to view this with boulders and ledges doubling as your front row seats. Perhaps, a good activity to involve the kids in.
  • Thunderbird Conservation Park

    Off 59th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85310 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 2820
    To quench your thirst for nature, step into the Thunderbird Conservation Park that offers you 2000-acres of greenery covered by multi-use trails. The trails can be used for hiking, biking, running or walking. There are ample spots for bird-watching. Also, one can try horse-riding down the mountains. The park has a rich variety of flora and fauna all waiting to be discovered by you.
  • Manistee Ranch Park

    5127 West Northern Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 435 0072
    Palm tree-lined Manistee Ranch Park is a local neighborhood park. It houses an old-style mansion that contains farm equipment used on the ranch over the years. The place offers a glimpse into Glendale's history, as well as providing a quiet place to enjoy nature.
  • Phoenix Ale Brewery (The)

    3002 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 275 5049
    The Phoenix Ale Brewery offers interestingly crafted beer like Watermelon Wheat that gives a fruity kick and the Camelback IPA that is particularly strong. It also hosts various beer-tasting events that lets you experience the various flavors and textures of beer. While here, do not miss out on the brewery tour where one can learn how each process is carefully undertaken to develop the fine quality beers. And if lucky, be the one to taste some of the new inventions that they keep on contriving.
  • Geo Savvy Tours

    20908 West Wycliff Drive Buckeye, AZ 85396 United States - Phone: +1 480 334 1194
    Geo Savvy Tours is a Phoenix based tour company specializing in day tours to Grand Canyon, Sedona, Verde Valley Wine Tours, and many other locations! The tours highlight the geographical character of a destination including art, culture, heritage, the urban environment and natural wonders. They pride themselves on being an environmentally friendly company.
  • University of Arizona College of Medicine

    550 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 827 2001
    An extension of the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Tucson, this college in Phoenix was founded in 2007. This downtown campus of the college is spread across 16 acres (6.5 hectares) and comprises the Phoenix Union High School buildings. One of the few colleges in Arizona that offers M.D. (Doctor of Medicine) degree to the students, the college has state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities. For admissions and visits to the campus, call ahead or visit their website.
  • Apache Trail Tours

    4650 North Mammoth Mine Road Apache Junction, AZ 85119 United States - Phone: +1 480 982 7661
    If you don't mind the bumpy ride, Apache Trail Tours offers unforgettable scenic views on the off-beaten track. With their two decades of experience and packages such as the desert ride (4X4 tours), Apache Trail and others ranging from two hours to an entire day, the tours are perfect for adventurous groups. The outdoor excursions are informative as well with guides taking you through the history of the Old West. You can customize your outing as they also arrange private tours. Check website for more.
  • White Tank Mountain Regional Park

    20304 West White Tank Mountain Road Waddell, AZ United States - Phone: +1 623 935 2505

    White Tanks Regional Park has over 30,000 acres of unbridled recreation space and untouched nature. One of those most fascinating aspects of this great outdoor park are the petroglyphs from past inhabitants. A variety of recreational activities can be done here from hiking, trail riding on horseback, to mountain biking. The picnic areas are perfect for an afternoon barbecue. 

  • CO+HOOTS

    1027 East Washington Street Suite 107 Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 688 2825
    CO+HOOTS is downtown Phoenix's only shared coworking office, providing a space for independent workers. The venue offers a number of resources to aid patrons in their work days and foster an office environment. There is a coffee shop located in the building and the community of like-minded and motivated individuals will inspire productivity.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    402 West Monroe Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 6356
    The First Presbyterian Church in Phoenix region of Arizona occupies tremendous monumental value. It was constructed in 1927, and has adapted the Mission/Spanish Revival style of architecture. The site is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Theodore Roosevelt Dam

    Apache Trail Phoenix, AZ 85545 United States
    The Theodore Roosevelt Dam is located at Phoenix, Arizona and is built on the Salt River. It was built between 1905 C.E and 1911 C.E and was named after then-President Theodore Roosevelt. This dam was built for irrigation water supply and flood control. It also has a hydro electric power station capable of generating 36 megawatts of electricity. This dam was renovated and expanded between the years 1989 C.E -1996 C.E
  • Heard Building

    112 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States
    The Heard Building or the Greater Arizona Savings Building is a beautiful historic structure that was once a thriving commercial building. This tall landmark was also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
  • Pizzeria Bianco

    623 East Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 258 8300
    Occupying a historic 1929 building in popular Heritage Square, Pizzeria Bianco is one of the many establishments opened by celebrated chef Chris Bianco. As its name implies, the restaurant focus is pizza; with pies made with handcrafted mozzarella and topped with the finest produce from local sources. The restaurant has the classic Margherita or the slightly adventurous Rosa, made with onion, parmigiano, rosemary and AZ pistachios. The best time to visit is for lunch, because dinner service is usually crowded. If you are put on a list, head next door to Bar Bianco for a glass of wine and some crostini while you wait for your table.
  • La Fontanella Italian Restaurant

    4231 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 1213
    Voted Best Italian Restaurant in Phoenix in 1998, among other prestigious awards, this charming and cozy restaurant is owned and operated by Isabella Mannone-Bertuccio. Appetizers served on white linens include Fried Calamari for Two, or New Times awarded escargot. For entrees, try the Pescatore Diablo from the seafood menu, consisting of fettuccini topped with shrimp, mussels, clams, scallops, and calamari in a diablo sauce. A nice selection of wines and beer by the glass are available to enjoy with your meal.
  • Avanti

    2728 East Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 956 0900
    Founded back in 1974, Avanti rests on Italian tradition both in terms of gastronomy as well as dining culture. Owner, Angelo Livi, plays the perfect host to patrons that include celebrities like Larry King and The Beatles' Ringo Starr. Talented culinary veterans translate their expertise onto a menu featuring regional specialties like Mozzarella Caprese, Tortellini Portofino, Cioppino and Veal Picata. Pair the same with a bottle from their extensive wine cellar and end with one of their signature desserts. The ambiance exudes elegance and the unrivaled hospitality matches that of the Italian people.
  • Bill Johnson's Big Apple

    16810 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85023 United States - Phone: +1 602 863 7921
    Whether you have a hankering for steaks, or barbecue, this place serves it right. This busy place has sawdust on the floors and still brings them back for more! The rustic atmosphere is entirely family-friendly and the hired help look more like hired guns, with six-shooters at their side. Whatever you do, make room for their specialty, the steaming deep-dish apple pie a la mode!
  • Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub and Restaurant

    18 West Monroe Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 6081
    The Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub and Restaurant is Phoenix's first and downtown's only, authentic Irish Pub. It offers a wonderful selection of imported beers and whiskeys, including some that can't be found anywhere else in Metro-Phoenix. Enjoy classic favorites of Irish Beef Stew and Shepherd's Pie with daily specials covering both Irish and American dishes. The Irish breakfast is served on Sunday mornings from 9am until noon. This charming pub with its lively atmosphere is located in the historic Hotel San Carlos. Live traditional music is also a featured attraction, making it the best place in the city for all things Irish.
  • Carlos O'Brien's

    1133 East Northern Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 274 5881
    Carlos O'Brien's—Mexican restaurant with the Irish last name has been popular for more than two decades. Enjoy Chimichangas (deep-fried burritos) filled with beef, chicken or machaca (reconstituted dried beef) then topped with red or green chile sauce. Other items include fajitas, with the traditional sides of rice, beans, guacamole, sour cream, salsa and hot flour tortillas. Low-fat options are also available. Catering is available and delivery for a fee.
  • T. Cook's

    5200 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 866 579 3636
    Gourmet Magazine called it one of the top restaurants in Phoenix/Scottsdale and with just one visit, you'll understand why. The Mediterranean-inspired menu is served in the elegant surroundings of the revamped Royal Palms Hotel; one of the Valley's earliest resort properties. Using a wood-burning rotisserie, the kitchen creates such wonderful dishes as Grilled Loin of Lamb with Roasted Eggplant and the signature Mediterranean Paella. Vegetarian dishes are also available, as is a daily breakfast and lunch menu.
  • Different Pointe of View

    11111 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 866 6350
    Enjoy breathtaking views of the Valley while dining at this resort restaurant. Located in Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs, the restaurant features a menu that changes regularly to highlight herbs and produce from the chef's garden. Mains include perfectly plated lamb rack as well as duck and seafood specials with wonderful sides of salads and sauces. Desserts combine seasonal flavors and their award-winning wine list complements the food perfectly. Live music on Friday and Saturday evenings.
  • Good Egg (The)

    2957 West Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 993 2797
    Voted "Best Breakfast" by both the Arizona Republic and Phoenix New Times since 1991, this venerable Valley breakfast spot with friendly faces offers exceptional day-starters. The breakfast skillets include eggs, potatoes and your choice of vegetables and meats. Choose from omelettes and frittatas (eggs mixed with various ingredients and served open-faced) or perhaps break your diet and slam a few pancakes drizzled with syrup. Salads and sandwiches round out the lunch menu.
  • Omaha Steakhouse

    2630 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 553 8970
    This light and bright restaurant is located within the Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix - Biltmore. Using the prime quality Omaha Steaks which Americans have mail-ordered for decades, this mid-town steak, chop and seafood house has earned the Arizona Republic's honors for the Best Steak in Arizona. So dedicated are they to quality beef, in fact, that the menu offers "Omaha Private Reserve" cuts of filet mignon, porterhouse, New York strip and rib eye. They are all guaranteed to be tasty and fork-tender.
  • Rennick's

    2435 South 47th Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 480 894 1600
    The Entertainment Dining Guide has called this the Valley's "Best Kept Secret." Located at the Hilton Phoenix Airport, this restaurant serves contemporary Southwestern cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Territorial-style furnishings in subtle desert hues are comfortable and casual. The signature Prickly Pear Cactus Shrimp features succulent crustaceans lightly glazed with a special house prickly pear barbecue sauce. Other entrees include Roasted Chicken with Candied Garlic and Peppered Pork Tenderloin with Portabello Demiglace.
  • Rustler's Rooste

    8383 South 48th Street Phoenix, AZ 85044 United States - Phone: +1 602 431 6474
    Diners will enjoy this Western-theme mountaintop steakhouse at the Pointe South Mountain Resort. Besides good food, the restaurant features live country music for listening and dancing, and banquet facilities for up to 1,500. Ranch-style furnishings and cowboy memorabilia add to the casual, country atmosphere. Huge steaks include a 2-pound porterhouse. The menu says, "If you can eat this, we'll let you keep the knife."
  • Wright's at The Biltmore

    2400 East Arizona Biltmore Circle Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 381 7632
    Enjoy gourmet cuisine at the historic Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa. Dining at Wright's is a memorable experience each time as elegant furnishings combine with top-notch service to make this one of the premier restaurants in the city. The wonderful menu includes global offerings painstakingly prepared by the restaurant's Chef de Cuisine and his staff. Highlights include beef bourguignon, lobster thermidor and vegetable succotash with suggested wine pairings that complement the flavors exceptionally well. For a meal of timeless classics with a twist of contemporary, book a table at Wright's at The Biltmore.
  • California Pizza Kitchen

    2400 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 553 8382
    This place provides adventurous pizzas that are hearth-baked in a wood-fired oven. It was voted best pizza in many Valley newspaper readers' polls. Enter, and you will find light, airy furnishings and bright, sunny decor. Unique, one-of-a-kind combinations include Hoisin Duck Portobello Pizza, Rosemary Chicken-Potato Pizza and Tandoori Chicken Pizza. Specialty pastas, salads and desserts round out the menu.
  • Tarbell's

    3213 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 8100
    Tarbell's is celebrated chef Mark Tarbell's New American bistro in Phoenix. Since its opening in 1994, this sleek contemporary restaurant has been wowing everyone with its seasonally inspired menu featuring local and organic produce. The expansive maple bar balances the minimalistic design of the dining room, giving it a rustic charm. Every dish is packed with flavor and has an earthiness to it that is delightful. Pair your meal with their award winning wines and have a memorable evening with your loved one.
  • Yusef's Middle Eastern Restaurant

    15236 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 2957
    Yusef's restaurant, deli and grocery market offers Middle Eastern products including olives, cheeses and meats and a small in-store dining room. More like a market than a restaurant, find a few tables adjacent to the deli counter. Much of the business here is take-out. Lunches and dinners include combinations of items like falafel, hummus and grape-seed-scented rice. Gyros and other lamb, beef and poultry dishes are available a la carte or as complete meals.
  • Caffé Boa

    5063 East Elliot Road Phoenix, AZ 85044 United States - Phone: +1 480 893 3331
    At Caffé Boa you can choose from an all-day menu featuring appetizers, salads and pastas. Ahwatukee location is popular as an after-work destination for Phoenix commuters who live in this suburb. This location is a favorite for its patio style dining which is a popular draw. Menu is extensive, so you have a good choice with an excellent variety of wines to go with it. Try the stuffed Hawaiian sunfish, beef medallions or homemade meatballs and round off your meal with their Boa buttercake. A nice place to go to for a quiet evening with friends.
  • Durant's

    2611 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 5967
    While diners at the venerable restaurant represent the city's movers-and-shakers including local politicos, Durant's is also one of the quintessential places in Phoenix to bring a date. The interiors feature classic dining room decor from over-stuffed banquettes to the dark-wood paneling. Durant's is primarily known as a steakhouse and the servers are Valley veterans who have been with the restaurant for many, many years. It is also known as one of the city's best 'beef-and-booze' houses, where dry martinis are never out of fashion. One last trick, enter through the kitchen at the back of the restaurant and say hello to the chefs who will be at your service.
  • Rimrock Bar & Grille

    2435 South 47th Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 480 804 6001
    The Phoenix Airport Hilton's sports bar offers an all-day menu along with satellite sports television and a full bar. Subtle Southwestern decor probably goes unnoticed when rooting for your favorite team. Menu specialties include burgers, salads, sandwiches and appetizers. After your hunger is sated, check out the downtown happenings in Copper Square.
  • Original Burrito Company (The)

    4865 East Elliot Road Phoenix, AZ 85044 United States - Phone: +1 480 893 3857
    As its name so aptly suggests, this cafe opened almost two decades ago as the Ahwatukee's first Mexican eatery. It offers a full menu of Sonoran-style cuisine, from breakfast through dinner. Here you will find a comfortable, family style atmosphere and decor with colorful south-of-the-border accents. Burros (larger than burritos), tacos and platillos (plates with meat, rice, beans and condiments) are prepared using authentic recipes.
  • First Watch

    61 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 265 2092
    Super-fresh breakfasts and lunches and fast, friendly service makes this small chain one of the Valley's favorites for breakfasts and light lunches. The place features comfortable wooden booth seating. Omelets are a specialty, but a full range of pancake and egg dishes, soups, salads and sandwiches are available during all hours they are open.
  • China Chili

    302 East Flower Street Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 266 4463
    As the crossed chili peppers in its logo would imply, there's spice in this mid-town restaurant's dishes. Previously named a "Best of Phoenix" winner by Phoenix New Times, this restaurant is a popular spot. Called "one of the best taste-to-price values in town" by food critic Howard Seftel. Be sure to try the Szechwan String Beans, Spicy Eggplant, Spicy or Honey Walnut Prawns and Lettuce Wraps. Catering is available and a full wine list is offered.
  • Casey Jones Grill

    2848 East Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 493 9930
    Known as Green Bay Packers' "Cheese-Head-Quarters", Casey Jones Grill is one of the local haunts for die-hard fans. The place has a friendly, neighborhood tavern atmosphere with a model train trundling around the dining room. Televisions, pool tables and dartboards flank the dining room and bar. The regular menu is heavy on fried appetizers. Popular nightly specials include the pork roast dinner on Wednesdays, top sirloin with green peppercorn sauce and margaritas on Tuesdays.
  • Coronado Cafe

    2201 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 258 5149
    Charming is the word describing this "jewel-box" cottage-turned-cafe. Like going to grandma's house! At lunch, they feature freshly made soups, sandwiches and salads. At dinner, several hot entrees are offered. Menu changes often and is defined only by the chef's inspiration. Only a couple of hot entrees are offered at dinner. Some recent examples are a broccoli cheddar strudel and pistachio-encrusted catfish.
  • Farm at South Mountain (The)

    6106 South 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85042 United States - Phone: +1 602 276 6360
    Here, the friendly staff serves up a bountiful array of farm-fresh soups, salads and over-stuffed sandwiches that you can enjoy in the peace and serenity of a shady grove of pecan trees. Great fun for the whole family! The restaurant itself is a real farm cottage; the dining room is a sprinkling of picnic tables in the pecan grove. The chef uses top quality organic produce, grown on their own farm to create flavorful, ultra-fresh soups, salads and sandwiches. Artisan breads are also baked on-premises.
  • Cactus Jack's

    4747 East Elliott Road Phoenix, AZ 85044 United States - Phone: +1 480 893 6630
    Located in the Ahwatukee area of Phoenix, this neighborhood hangout has long been a popular place to gather for Happy Hour, sports on television and weekend music and dancing. Though called Cactus Jack's, the bar and grill isn't overly Southwestern-styled. Big-screen TVs, pool tables and dartboards dominate the decor. The usual pub-style food is available with burgers, sandwiches and snacks. A few Sonoran-style Mexican entrees (burritos, tacos) are also offered. A fairly good tequila list and a wide range of beers will satisfy your thirst.
  • Carolina's Mexican Food

    1202 East Mohave Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 252 1503
    If you are a fan of green and red chillies sauces, Mexican-style chorizo sausage, hefty burros and sauce-soaked enchiladas, then find your way here. The Mexican comfort cuisine is inexpensive and the service is fast and friendly. It gets extremely busy here at lunch, so come early or plan to wait. Though the decor is simple, it offers a full range of Sonoran-style Mexican dishes such as burros, enchiladas, tacos, plus hand-made tamales and tortillas.
  • Christo's Ristorante

    6327 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 1784
    This is the perfect location to clinch that big business deal. For more than a decade, this has been the spot chosen for those all-important "meal and meeting" appointments. The brothers have long been pronounced the princes of Greek-accented Italian cuisine in mid-town Phoenix. The place is classic and sophisticated, perfect for that romantic rendezvous as well. Pastas, meats and seafood are all prepared in an Italian style with a Greek influence.
  • Coup des Tartes

    4626 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 212 1082
    Chef/owner Natascha Ovando prepares a superb selection of dessert tarts daily, but there is much more to the menu. Housed in a mid-town home, the ambiance at Coup des Tartes is sophisticated with the feel of a small European country inn. Starting with desserts, the Banana Brulee Tart is the signature here, but you will find many other treats. Dinners are generally French-accented, but sometimes stray to Italian or Mediterranean preparations.
  • Duck & Decanter

    1651 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 274 5429
    This gourmet food store, kitchen gadget retailer and deli has served breakfast and lunch fare for over a quarter of a century. Wine and beer tasting events are held here regularly. Enjoy the patio where, often, there is live music. A full line of coffee, tea and baked goods are sold during breakfast hours. Soups, salads and sandwiches are served at lunch. The award-winning wines on offer are not to be missed.
  • El Bravo

    8338 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 943 9753
    This Mexican restaurant lovingly prepares the food. Decoration isn't this restaurant's strong suit unless you have a thing for neon beer signs and pinatas. But do not let the plain surroundings keep you from enjoying an above-average meal. Machaca, the reconstituted dried beef, is one of its most popular foodstuffs and is used in a variety of dishes. Navajo tacos (also known as fry bread) and stacked enchiladas are unusual and worth trying. Freshly made tortillas are available by the dozen.
  • Chino Bandido Takee-Outee

    15414 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85023 United States - Phone: +1 602 375 3639
    Combining Mexican and Asian delicacies and enabling patrons to sample food before ordering is a novel and inspiring idea. Each meal is an international experience to please the palate. The atmosphere is friendly and casual and beers are available. Tasty in any language!
  • India Palace

    16842 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 942 4224
    Voted the Valley's Best Indian Restaurant by the Arizona Republic in 1995, 1997 and 1998. This North Phoenix neighborhood eatery features a full range of Indian dishes, including a wide assortment of vegetarian options. Airbrushed murals of women in saris and elephants set the mood, along with brass accessories and crystal chandeliers. Full meals include appetizer, entree, rice, bread and dessert. Curries, vindaloos, masalas, kormas, and dopiazas are prepared with your choice of chicken, lamb, fish, shrimp or vegetables. Choose your degree of spiciness.
  • Greekfest

    1940 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 265 2990
    This is no typical taverna, it's more like a Mediterranean palace. Owners Tony and Susan Makridis have brought Greek dining in the Valley up more than a few notches with an attractive and deliciously authentic restaurant aptly named—Greekfest. With marble floors, stucco walls and Mediterranean blue exterior trim, this place will have you feeling like Aristotle Onassis! Pages and pages of tasty Greek treats from spanikopita and dolmathes to moussaka and souvlaki are waiting to be devoured. Every dish is painstakingly prepared and beautifully presented. One taste will have you yelling "Opa!"
  • Los Dos Molinos

    8646 South Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85042 United States - Phone: +1 602 243 9113
    When a TV personality asked a local celebrity chef where she could find funky and fiery Southwestern food, he didn't hesitate. "Los Dos Molinos," the chef replied. Chef and Owner Victoria Chavez's spicy New Mexican cuisine is sought after by diners. Zagat's Survey has listed it as one of the top restaurants in Phoenix. The restaurant decor is an authentic hacienda style. You'll have plenty of time to browse the gift shop if you show up on a weekend night.
  • MacAlpine's Soda Fountain

    2303 N Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 5545
    Hollywood isn't the only place that stars are discovered at drug stores and soda fountains. According to the menu, Wayne Newton was discovered right here, perhaps the Valley's only remaining original soda fountain. When you're pining for an old-fashioned ice cream soda or malted, there's a stool waiting. If you visit on a weekend, there may even be live music. Find wood-framed booths, a working jukebox and 50s retro accessories. A full line of fountain items at MacAlpine's includes shakes, malts, ice cream sodas and sundaes, plus house-made chili and sandwiches.
  • Majerle's Sports Grill

    24 North Second Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 0118
    Even though former Phoenix Suns star Dan Majerle is no longer a part of the franchise, his legacy lives on in his eponymous restaurant. It is usually crowded before, during and after Suns games. At lunch, it's also popular with downtown businessmen. Housed in the oldest commercial building in downtown Phoenix, the interior has the feel of a contemporary sports bar. The fare is mainly sandwiches, burgers and a few hot entrees.
  • Middle Eastern Bakery & Deli

    3052 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 4927
    Whether you are looking for a Feta fix or just can not resist the wafting aromas of freshly baked flat breads; you will be drawn to this small bakery and deli. Full lines of retail products, from cookware to music and movie videos, are also sold in the shop. The lines form early for these edibles that include dolmathes, tabbouleh, baba ghanoush and falafel. Full meals are available, or order items individually. Choose from diverse olives and cheeses, which are sold by the pound. Pitas and other flat breads are baked on-premises
  • Mrs. White's Golden Rule Cafe

    808 East Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 9256
    Don't expect to be handed a check after your meal; you won't get one. That's where the name comes from. You're on your honor to tell the cashier what you've eaten and to pay your fair share. It is downtown Phoenix's premier place for down-home cooking, with a few booths and walls covered in praises from local fans and famous visitors alike. The menu features fried chicken, pork chops, red beans and rice, cornbread and cobblers. The delightful, simple food is prepared from the heart. Check website for details.
  • Il Posto

    9832 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 870 4122
    For pizza and Italian cuisine lovers, Il Posto is the perfect choice for a meal. There is a wide range of pasta dishes as well as highly recommended pizzas. You can try contemporary dishes or stick with a traditional meal. On a nice day consider eating out on their patio.
  • Phoenix City Grille

    5816 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 266 3001
    This friendly neighborhood hangout feels like it's been around for much longer than it has. Probably because of the old black-and-white photos of Phoenix that cover the walls or the ease with which the patrons settle in for a casual meal or a drink at the bar. Whatever the reason, you will feel comfortable and welcome here. The menu features large portions of all-American mains with Southwestern twists. Pizzas and light bites perfectly complement a glass of wine, beer or cocktail from the bar. Visit website for more details.
  • San Carlos Seafood Restaurant

    1901 E McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 340 0892
    This straight-from-the-Sea-of-Cortez seafood is prepared with a Mexican panache and so flavorful you can close your eyes and imagine you're right on the fishing boat. Go for the more unusual offerings in this quaint Mexican fishing village atmosphere and you won't be sorry. Try the Seven Seas Seafood Cocktail, brimming with plump shrimp, clams, oysters, squid, octopus and even abalone. Shrimp from the Sonoran seacoast, is prepared in a multitude of ways. ash it all down with a cold Cerveza (Mexican beer).
  • Sing High Chop Suey House

    27 West Madison Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 7848
    If you are looking for searing Szechuan or cutting-edge Cantonese, this may not be at the top of your list. But if you grew up thinking good Chinese food was a well-prepared sweet-and-sour pork or comforting chicken chow mein, come on downtown. You will find your traditional favorites here. The dining areas are simply and sparsely decorated but the service is efficient and friendly. Name a Chinese-American dish and you will find it on this menu. Choose from sweet-and-sours to fried rice, egg rolls and wonton soup, most priced USD5-8.
  • Texaz Grill

    6003 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 248 7827
    Formerly the Lone Star Steaks, the Texaz Grill has been wowing locals with their unrivaled chicken-fried steak. Owned by Texans Steve Freidkin and Jim Mitchell, this small restaurant is covered with Texas paraphernalia all over. The menu comprises of steaks, burgers, fried catfish and chops. You will nearly always find this eatery filled with patrons enjoying the Texan beers, food and the company of family and friends.
  • The Spicery in Our 1895 Home

    7141 North 59th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 937 6534

    If the genteel sisters from “Arsenic and Old Lace” were called on to design a restaurant, this is exactly what it would look like: petite floral-prints on the walls, lace curtains on the windows and antique china in abundance. The menu here perfectly matches the ambiance with home-style soups, sandwiches and salads. Choose from quiche, dainty croissant sandwiches and tasty homemade desserts. Herbal teas make the perfect accompaniment to this tea-party-like fare.

  • Tee Pee

    4144 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 956 0178
    This place is nearly always packed, and with good reason. This restaurant has been the place for "gringos" to enjoy good Mexican food, good company and potent potables. The stone walls and lack of windows make it a bit cave-like, but the bright orange booths give it a zip of fiesta color and an unpretentious feel. Known for the Green Corn Tamales and Chile Rellenos, it also offers burros, chimichangas and tasty margaritas.
  • Wrigley Mansion Club

    2501 East Telawa Trail Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 4079
    William Wrigley Junior's dream mansion, the Wrigley Mansion Club is elegance personified. This magnificent 1932 mansion has hand-carved doors and a hand-painted rotunda ceiling which are a treat to the eyes. Apart from being a architectural marvel, the mansion also serves as a perfect location for anything from a dream wedding to an elegant event. Geordie's Restaurant within the mansion serves classic American fare and is the best place to host a classy sit-down dinner.
  • Golden Greek (The)

    7126 North 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 841 7849
    Indulge in the finest Greek food the Valley has to offer, located just north of Glendale avenue on the west side. Reminiscent of a Greek attic, this family-run business captures the feeling of a bustling port. There are just a few closely spaced tables, adding to the atmosphere of a family reunion. Sample Souvlaki and delightful Dolmathes with a variety of Greek wines, complemented by fresh Pita bread with Tzatziki sauce. Round out your meal with a serving of mouth-watering homemade Baklava, the famous Greek honey and pastry dessert.
  • Original Hamburger Works

    2801 North 15th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 263 8693
    Big, juicy burgers and tender chicken breast sandwiches served steaming off the grill are the highlight here. While hot dogs, fish and chips, and a variety of soups, salads and chili are available, the real draw is the Big One, a meaty succulent burger with all the works. Try the classic with bacon, sauteed mushrooms and cheese. To work up an appetite, you could also challenge your friends to a game of pool or ping-pong.
  • George & Dragon Pub and Restaurant

    4240 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 241 0018
    This British pub serves up English hospitality and a large selection of imported beers and lagers. For an exotic English experience, try some Heather Ale from Scotland, brewed with wild heather. The menu features traditional British fare like fish & chips and Cornish pasties. Darts and pool tables take up one side of the pub and a separate dining area is opposite. The full menu is available in the pub, but the dining area offers a quieter atmosphere.
  • Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant

    3841 East Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 0984
    Opened in 1985 by Seamus McCaffery, this lively pub is Irish charm personified. Irish football (hurley) is likely to be on the television. Besides good beer, you will also find some tasty treats. Traditional Irish breakfast, served all day, comes with sausage and rashers, eggs, black and white pudding, and soda bread. If you just want a snack, try the trotters pork pies. The best of the house is the Guinness chicken, a breaded chicken patty smothered with hearty mushroom and Guinness gravy.
  • Streets of New York Pizza

    7830 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85021 United States - Phone: +1 602 995 5977
    Even with 18 locations around town, this place still manages to feel like a neighborhood secret. Voted best New York Pizza 15 times since 1976, the restaurant offers specialty pizzas, homemade pasta dinners, huge subs and custom calzones. The specialties though a bit more expensive are definitely worth every cent. Try the Garlic Shrimp Pizza smothered in Alfredo sauce and topped with zucchini, mozzarella, garlic and shrimp. Choose from an choice of beers with selections from Belgium, France, Germany as well as local microbrews to go with your pizza.
  • Steve's Greenhouse Grill

    139 East Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 252 2742
    Established in 1976, Steve's Greenhouse Grill is conveniently located near Downtown Phoenix's major attractions. Acclaimed for their burgers, their classic American fare is equally noteworthy. Relish your meal with a micro brew or any other drink of choice while watching a game live on their big screen. Regular live music is played on their huge patio giving local musicians a chance to display their talent.
  • Oregano's Pizza Bistro

    1008 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 241 0707
    This hip bistro is home to enthusiastic employees and Italian eats. Vintage signs and ad posters cover the walls between stacks of old olive oil cans. A wide staircase leads to an open patio with views of downtown Phoenix adding to Oregano's Pizza Bistro's comfortable ambiance. Try some imported Moretti beer with your pizza and then opt for the tempting dessert. Oregano's unique pizza cookie is a full half-pound of cookie dough! Apart from pizza, there are savory appetizers and pastas available too. Roasted Garlic Chicken Lasagna and Oregano's Pasta Basta are some of the choices available.
  • Tom's Tavern

    1 Renaissance Square Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 257 1688
    In 1929, the place was a burger joint and gin mill, complete with a bookie business in the back. Tom's captures much of that feel with vintage pictures and classy decor. Serving sandwiches like the French dip, turkey club and an old-fashioned Reuben, this tavern also features a daily Blue Plate Special, some salads and a breakfast menu. In fact, the Jeremiah scramble, with its eggs, cheddar, green onions and bacon, was featured on CBS television. The place features a fully stocked bar and a patio.
  • Athenian Express

    814 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 712 0011
    A neighborhood restaurant, Athenian Express serves made-to-order gyros, chicken souvlaki, deli sandwiches and great salads. They even have a fine selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes on their menu. Enjoy breakfast or lunch indoors or on their huge patio. With friendly service and great food that is affordable, Athenian is a popular local choice.
  • Spinato's Pizza

    1219 East Glendale Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 0088
    Spinato's Pizza is not your run-of-the-mill pizzeria with each creation rolled out of handmade dough, covered in secret sauce and topped with farm-fresh ingredients. Sandwiches, salads, pasta and calzones are also available. For a low cholesterol alternative, try Mama Spinato's Spinach Calzone with fresh spinach marinated in Mama's secret seasoning. Que bella! Family-owned and operated for 25 years, one of the Spinato's or a close relative will be cooking your pizza with family pride in every pie. Call for additional locations.
  • Havana Café

    4225 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 952 1991
    Hospitable host Gilbert Hernandez introduces guests to the tastes of his tropical homeland at this 50-seat cafe on Camel back. Tropical-print tablecloths and island artwork add color to the furnishings and walls. Entrees are contemporary takes on traditional Cuban cuisine: Picadillo (seasoned ground beef with olives, raisins and pimientos), Masas de Puerco (lime-and-garlic marinated pork loin cubes); Pollo Cubano (Cuban-style chicken, onions and rice). Don't miss the Paella a la Havana! Most entrees are cheaper at lunch than at dinner. See website for menus, specials, recipes, events calendar, and info on HC's "Completas" (complete family dinners to go).
  • Gourmet House of Hong Kong

    1438 East McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 4859
    This restaurant offers Peking Duck every day without the usual 24-hour wait. But it is not just the duck that makes this a popular spot; the menu of Hong Kong-style cuisine has something to please nearly any palate. Diners definitely do not come here for the look of the place, which is a rather peculiar hodgepodge of tables and chairs, but for the tasty dishes they serve. The menu is heavy on seafood, with lobster dishes a specialty. Seafood specials are also offered daily.
  • Alexi's Grill

    3550 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 279 0982
    Just as their other restaurant, Christo's, draws mid-town professionals and residents with its Greek/Italian/Mediterranean fare, this Valley Bank Tower cafe attracts a similar crowd from downtown. More sleek than Christo's, the dining room and lounge are furnished in metal and glass with huge windows allowing an airy feel. Rack of lamb is a specialty of the house. Pasta, poultry, beef and seafood dishes are also featured on the menu. Lunches are lighter with sandwiches, salads and soups to assuage your appetite.
  • Vincent's on Camelback

    3930 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 224 0225
    James Beard "Best Chef Southwest" winner, Vincent Guerithault, went where no chef had set foot before; combining classical French technique with indigenous Southwestern ingredients. Opened in 1986, his artistry remains the standard today. Several small dining rooms create an intimate setting with French country decor and Southwestern accents. House specialties include grilled lobster, duck confit tamales and smoked salmon quesadillas. The creme brulee is legendary. A well-chosen wine list is designed to complement the cuisine.
  • Joey's California Bistro

    610 East Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 789 8044
    Venerable Valley restaurateur Tomaso Maggiore has opened a contemporary new bistro in North Phoenix. A wood-fired oven turns out crisp-crusted pizzas, bubbling pastas, and chicken, veal and seafood entrees. Wicker furnishings and colorful Italian-inspired art give a California feel. A semi-exhibition kitchen spans the back wall of the dining area. More than a dozen pizza combinations, ranging from a simple mozzarella to Thai chicken are offered. House specialties include Eggplant and Zucchini Torte, Fricassee of Chicken & Sausage, and San Francisco Cioppino. Full bar service is available.
  • Tutti Santi Ristorante Italiano by Nina

    7575 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 216 0336
    Located near the Pointe Hilton at Squaw Peak, this restaurant was voted one of the Top 100 Restaurants in America. A perfect example of Italian abbondanza, the menu includes decadent mains such as Tortellini Panna Rosa, meat-stuffed pasta with mushrooms, peas, leeks and ham in a creamy tomato sauce with a splash of brandy, and the seafood favorite of Mussels and Calamari Fra Diavolo which serves fresh mussels and calamari over spaghetti. Along with generous plating of food, the wine list features labels imported from the Italian countryside. Enjoy all this with traditional music played live on some nights.
  • Feeney's

    6314 North 12th Street Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 274 9700
    His name is Elias Pantazopoulos, but you can call this proprietor Louie. That's how the many regulars who enjoy the top quality meats and seafood provided here know him. A tiled exhibition kitchen with gleaming copper hood, brick walls and archways give this restaurant and bar an East Coast feel. Try the New York Steak dinner with salad bar, potato and vegetable or the 10-ounce Prime Rib dinner. The Lamb Chops are seasoned Greek-style with oregano, lemon and garlic and Lamb Shish kebobs are the pick of the lot..
  • Gallery Cafe

    2233 West Dunlap Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85021 United States - Phone: +1 602 678 4300
    The Art Institute of Phoenix's Culinary Program, under Chef Bill Sy's direction, operates this cafe to showcase the talents of chef-in-the-making. Seating is limited and reservations fill up fast, so call far in advance. Dinner seating offered twice nightly. The minimalist dining room is accented by the artwork of the Institute's design and graphics students. Windows on one wall look into a production kitchen. Menu changes weekly and meals include beverage, entree and dessert.
  • Manuel's

    3162 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 957 7540
    For more than three decades the Salazsar family has served up Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine. Today, the founders' children continue to provide flavorful food in a comfortable, family-oriented atmosphere. All eight restaurants are different, but comfortable, with understated Mexican accents. House specialties include Seafood Enchiladas, Steak Picado, Fish Tacos, Hawaiian Pork Tacos and Mexico City Chicken (chicken with spicy chile sauce).
  • Tokyo Express

    914 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 4666
    For fast food on a fresh track, pop into this eatery and have a taste of what McDonald's might have been had it been invented in Japan. The invigorating atmosphere of this fast restaurant adds an air of excitement to your meal. Fresh salads, chicken basted in homemade teriyaki sauce, sushi - all available in less than two minutes. Try the Gingered Ahi Tuna or the Eel Bowl for some true taste treats. Be daring and eat with the offered chopsticks. Desserts consist of homemade cakes, far better than any fortune cookie. Bring cash as no credit cards are accepted.
  • Samurai Sam's Teriyaki Grill

    20229 North 67th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 362 2422
    This Japanese-style fast food operation has locations all across the Valley. Molded booths and tile-front food and beverage counters are done in red, black, yellow and white. The menu at Samurai Sam's Teriyaki Grill is designed around Teriyaki Bowls. Chicken, steak or vegetables are coated in a sweet/salty sauce and sit atop a bowl of rice. In keeping with the healthy theme, egg rolls are grilled instead of fried.
  • Padre Murphy's

    4338 West Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 602 547 9406
    With 80 TVs broadcasting sports all night long, Padre Murphy's is the place to be if you want to cheer on your favorite team. The casual pub atmosphere is enhanced by the rich wood decor and sports memorabilia, not to mention the friendly service. The sidewalk terrace, which comes complete with an outdoor fireplace, is the perfect place to catch up with friends. The menu at Padre Murphy's offers superb sandwiches and delicious steak, fish or chicken dinners. The drink selection here is second to none.
  • Native New Yorker

    2740 West Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 863 1417
    Famous for hot and spicy wings, this restaurant serves up four tons of them a week! Sport posters and pendants dot the walls between the 12 TV sets. A separate bar area features a decent selection of domestic and imported beer and of course, wings. For a true native New Yorker experience, try the Weck & Wings, a big pile of roast beef on a homemade kummelweck roll—served with wings, naturally.
  • Santisi Brothers

    2710 West Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 789 7979
    Starting out as another pizza and sub shop, Santisi Brothers has recently expanded into a sports bar. Besides New York-style pizza, the restaurant provides colossal Calzones and Strombolis. The gargantuan subs are all prepared with Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses. In the bar, autographed sport jerseys reside in glass displays, while two entire walls are devoted to television sets, broadcasting a variety of games simultaneously. Patrons also play darts, video games and pool or jam to the classic rock tunes of the jukebox. Domestic and imported beers are available.
  • Cucina Tagliani

    59th Avenue @ Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 602 547 2782
    Families frequent this self-proclaimed "neighborhood pasta place" for homemade pastas, poultry and veal entrees at affordable prices. Four Italian-style dining rooms seat nearly 200 diners. The bar area has seating for 35 and an outdoor patio has 60 additional seats. Create-your-own dish from nine pasta options, add a sauce and then add an "item" ranging from anchovies to zucchini. Try Mama's Favorite Combo, with sausage lasagna, chicken Parmesan and fettuccine alfredo, or the Pompeii Pesto Chicken, pesto-stuffed parmesan-crusted chicken and linguine.
  • Pizza Heaven

    5150 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 8800
    This tiny storefront turns out freshly prepared pizzas and pastas to take-out in the mid-town area. You can also have them delivered, although the delivery area is limited. Not much to look at, but then again who cares where you get to dig into your favorite pizza. The usual suspects of small, medium and large pizzas with traditional toppings are here plus lasagna, spaghetti and a couple of other pasta dishes.
  • Rolberto's Taco Shop

    15840 North 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 485 1388
    Rolberto's Taco Shop, offers late-night eaters one of the few alternatives. Stop by in the wee hours for Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine, including carne asada and bean burritos, tacos and a few seafood specialties. Most individual items are very reasonable, also available are combo plates. Credit cards are not accepted.
  • Manhattan Pizzeria & Sub Shop

    5224 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 248 8086
    This New York-style pizza place is busy with office-workers almost from the minute it opens. Come early and plan to either order take-out or jockey for position at one of the outdoor tables. Covered outdoor patios surround the building and are the best bet for seating when weather permits. A full array of pizzas, plus hot and cold sub sandwiches, calzones (stuffed pizzas) and salads make up the bulk of the menu.
  • Compass Arizona Grill

    122 North Second Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 440 3166
    One of Phoenix's downtown highlights, albeit a bit retro, is the revolving Compass Restaurant located high atop the Hyatt Regency Hotel. This favorite of Valley visitors offers regional American cuisine and a breathtaking 360-degree view of the city as the top spins at a slow three miles per hour. Recently updated, the dining area features upholstered banquettes and each one provides amazing views through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Decor is elegant contemporary and service is friendly and a bit formal. American favorites such as steaks, poultry, seafood are all prepared with a Southwestern spin.
  • Courthouse Cafe

    111 West Monroe Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 258 9248
    If you work in the area, or are visiting the First American Title Building on business, be sure to stop here for a quick and convenient bite to eat. The cafe is located on the third floor and offers a healthy, non-smoking environment. Their weekday Happy Hour is becoming popular with downtown cubicle dwellers. Breakfast burritos and pastries are the most popular morning munchies. Soups, salads, wraps and sandwiches make tasty lunch fare. Daily specials are offered.
  • Old Spaghetti Factory

    1418 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 257 0380
    The whole family will have fun feasting at this somewhat "old-fashioned" feeling pasta place. It's a convenient spot to stop, to or from a downtown event, and is far enough out of the hustle-and-bustle not to worry about parking and long waits for your meal. You'll know you're here the minute you spot the candy apple-red trim on the warehouse-sized building. Charming interior is decorated with antiques and collectibles. Spaghetti's the star here, but other pasta dishes are also available.
  • Nobuo at Teeter House

    622 East Adams Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 0600
    Historic Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix houses some of the area's best restaurants. This popular place is nestled in one of the quaint old buildings which was formerly used as a Victorian-style tearoom. Today it is run by Japanese master chef, Nobuo Fukuda. During the day, visitors can enjoy a relaxing, rejuvenating cup of their favorite tea, in an ancient ceremonial ambiance (chanoyu). At night, the place transforms itself into a busy izakaya, serving drinks and small plates. Nonetheless, day or night, this award-winning restaurant always offers an exciting new fusion of culinary tradition and innovation.
  • Harley's Italian Bistro

    4221 North Seventh Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 234 0333
    For many years, Livia's was among the Valley's top Italian restaurants. Reincarnated by Chef/owner, Renee Pepino, it has evolved into an innovative eatery. Experience the transformation in both the decor and the menu. You will know you have found it when you see the statuesque columns on Seventh Street. The dining room is bright and decked out in classic Italian elegance. Selections include grilled chicken and seafood dishes, wood-fired pizzas and calzones or pastas. Fresh ingredients and Chef Pepino's time-honored recipes are the focus here.
  • Culinary Cafe

    1202 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 285 7765
    Under the guidance of skilled instructors, Phoenix College students display their culinary talents at this small lunch spot. The cafe affords students the chance to hone their culinary skills and gives patrons an opportunity to dine on gourmet fare at extremely fair prices. Contemporary furnishings and artwork create an inviting dining space. A standard menu includes salads, sandwiches and pasta dishes and the specials change weekly. A typical 3-course meal: marinated red cabbage and beats on curly endive;, grilled chicken or sea bass stuffed with goat cheese and served with black beans and papaya relish, lemon tart for dessert.
  • Honey Bear's BBQ

    2824 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 279 7911
    The city of Phoenix is home to a fine Tennessee-style barbecue joint by the name of Honey Bear’s BBQ. It provides a vibrant and cool atmosphere to dine in as well as offers home deliveries and take out services as well as catering facilities. It is a spectacular place to relish slow-cooked meats, sandwiches, salads and sides. Order online and enjoy your meal out on the weather-friendly patio. Their assortment of desserts are popular as well.
  • Lenny's Burger Shop

    13616 North 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85029 United States - Phone: +1 602 978 8959
    This small burger and hot dog chain is growing by leaps and bounds, quickly gaining a steady following for its friendly, family-style atmosphere. You'll find juicy burgers in many sizes and combinations, as well as Vienna hot dogs, hand-cut French fries, shakes and malts. A fun place to enjoy a nice meal with family and friends.
  • 5 & Diner

    5220 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 5220
    Elvis didn't eat here, but he would have if he knew about it. This 50's diner is the ultimate American icon with its jukebox, vinyl-upholstered booths, sassy staff and classic American cuisine. With decor straight out of the fifties, you may want to grease back your locks or dig out your poodle skirt! Besides the burgers and shakes, you can order comforting entrees like open-faced turkey sandwiches, liver and onions, and meatloaf. Breakfasts also feature all-American staples like omelets, pancakes and even oatmeal. And, if you're a fan of cherry Cokes, this is one of the few places you'll still find them made-to-order, not out of a can.
  • Greek Town Restaurant

    8519 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 674 8881
    This popular neighborhood jewel dishes up satisfying Greek cuisine. The eatery is reminiscent of a cozy and comfortable Greek taverna. A few helpful hints, be sure to try the excellent crispy spanakopites, soft dolmades and the flavorful souzoukakia or any lamb dish on the menu. They will put together an appetizer sampler if you ask them nicely.
  • Michelina's

    3241 East Shea Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85028 United States - Phone: +1 602 996 8977
    Petite chef/proprietress Michelina DiSibio prepares seafood from her native Costa Campagna region of Italy and serves it in a beautiful setting. She also offers cooking classes and wine-tasting dinners. Hand-arranged floral bouquets are scattered throughout the multi-tiered dining rooms. Daily fresh seafood specials are the focus of the menu, but meat-lovers should try the beef bracciole (a roll of steak filled with herbs and seasonings in a rich tomato sauce). Pastas are also well prepared. Most. Full bar service with an impressive Italian wine selection.
  • Shogun

    12615 North Tatum Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 953 3264
    After many years of operation, this remains one of the most popular and acclaimed Japanese restaurants. Divine sushi makes the sushi bar a hard-to-find-a-seat proposition. If you are partial to these exotic edibles, take your chances trying to secure a place at the bar. You will also find better than average Japanese entrees served at a table in the dining room. Several Shogun Express locations are scattered throughout the Valley, featuring quick-serve versions of the cuisine, along with some popular sushi items.
  • Arriba Mexican Grill

    17211 North 79th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 878 5777
    New Mexican Hatch Chiles give the Mexican food here an "ay caramba!" kick. An eclectic array of Mexican decorations gives the dining area south-of-the-border charm. Try the New Mexico Enchilada, layered with ground beef, machaca (reconstituted dried beef) or chicken and topped off with red or green chile sauce. The Riudoso pork enchilada also comes highly recommended. Fans of chimichangas (deep-fried burritos) will also want to try the spicy White Sands version.
  • Knock Kneed Lobster

    3202 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 273 1068
    This no-frills fish house has been an area favorite since the '50s. It is fast, affordable and has become a much-loved fixture. Featured items include hand-cut Iceland cod fillet fish and chips or four shrimp with chips. A variety of inexpensive seafood platters are also available with a plate of fish, shrimp, clam strips and choice of scallop or oyster with chips. Interesting sides include deep-fried okra and hush puppies, chowder and gumbo. Selections for take-out or dine-in include family-sized orders and daily specials.
  • Las Glorias Grill

    7835 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85021 United States - Phone: +1 602 944 8457
    Build your own combination from the choices of tacos, enchiladas, rellenos (stuffed chiles), or tamales. Experience the Especiallidades, house specialties including Arroz con Pollo (chicken and rice in ranchero sauce), Taquitos Jalisco (corn tortillas filled with seasoned chicken and topped with avocado sauce) and Chile Colorado (chunks of pork simmered in red chile sauce). A full spectrum of fajitas and burritos fills out the menu. This restaurant is the perfect place for a quick fix of Mexican food.
  • Tolteca (La)

    1205 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 1511
    This time-honored authentic Mexican cafe is a favorite with workers in the downtown area. The eatery is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, offering a full range of Sonoran specialties, plus a market full of Mexican goods. The place has recently added a bakery offering freshly made south-of-the-border sweets. The menu includes Quesadillas, nachos, tamales, tacos, tortas & burritos. You can also order for Grilled dinners and combination dinners.
  • Golden Moon Palace

    1408 West Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 9229
    Do not be surprised if the phone is answered in a Chinese dialect at this ultimately authentic restaurant. Located near the Capitol, it is a real find for fans of Chinese cuisine that extends beyond the sweet & sours and chow meins. A menu sampling includes Lobster with Ginger & Green Onions and Golden Moon Palace Special Pork Chops. Other interesting choices might be the Bitter Melon Beef with Black Bean Garlic Sauce, War Siu Duck and Golden Moon Palace Special Subgum.
  • Shish Kebab House

    5023 West Olive Avenue Glendale, AZ 85302 United States - Phone: +1 623 937 8757
    Bright and simply furnished, this functional storefront space offers comfortable seating and large windows. Named after the place's specialty, the bulk of the menu here are savory Kebabs of seasoned ground beef (Koobideh) or marinated beef or chicken. Vegetarian varieties are also available and you can also merge these elements as sandwiches or combination plates. Rounding out this healthy, satisfying menu are a few salads and appetizers.
  • Chicago Hamburger Company (The)

    3749 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 4137
    They call themselves the "Home of the Windy City Slider." What's a slider? A couple-of-bites-sized, steamed hamburger that is usually topped with onions and can also include cheese. Named "Best place to go for Chicago scores and hot dogs" by Phoenix New Times in 1997. Walls are covered with Chicago street signs and sports memorabilia. TV sets are tuned in to Chicago sports. Besides the sliders, you can get pure-beef Vienna hot dogs or Polish dogs, Italian Beef and Peppers or Sausage, Peppers and all of the appropriate sides.
  • Star of India

    4025 East Chandler Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85048 United States - Phone: +1 480 706 1700
    Star of India is a simple Indian restaurant known for their incredible lunch buffet. With a wide variety of tandoori dishes, curries, chicken, lamb and vegetarian specialties, it hardly gets monotonous for the diner. The buffet comprises of more than 12 different options of non-vegetarian and veggie fare and is worth the money you pay. The food is delicious and flavorsome and the staff, attentive. Try this restaurant if you are in a mood for a good Indian meal.
  • Golden Wok

    509 East Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 375 1203
    This place serves up some delectable Chinese. Dine among glass-encased Chinese sculptures and brightly painted oriental screens. Specialties include spicy Orange Peel Beef or Chicken, breaded meats tossed with orange peel and chili peppers, and the Sizzling Go Ba which includes shrimp, scallops, chicken and barbecue pork served sizzling hot with vegetables. Other favorites include Szechuan Hot Chicken and almond duck. Peking duck is also available with 24hrs advance notice. The chef also takes special requests.
  • El Pollo Loco

    510 East Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 548 8513
    Had Colonel Sanders ever met the Cisco Kid, this is the restaurant they would have dreamed up: a fast-food chicken place with spicy Southwest flavor. The heart of this place is in the chicken burritos, tacos, spicy salads and chicken bowls. Do not miss the salsa bar after you pick up your order. Pile on guacamole and jalapenos, finishing with one of three different salsas ranging from mild to "Ouch!" There are ten locations around the Valley.
  • 40th Street Cafe

    4022 East Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 870 9190
    When you're looking for good old-fashioned home cooking in north central Phoenix, you'll find it here at Petty and Penny's place. There's nothing fancy about this shopping plaza storefront restaurant, but once you've tasted their homey cuisine, you'll want to become one of the regulars who make this their "home away from home." Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served here. Monday nights are "Seniors Nights" with two-for-one dinner entrees. This place is known as the "Home of Peggy's Pies" so save some room! Note that this facility does not accept credit cards. There is an ATM available nearby and personal checks are accepted.
  • Sardella's

    3143 East Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 485 1919
    This family-owned and operated local chain is a favorite for pizza and wings. Its bright atmosphere with tables and a casual feel will make you feel at home. Offering single slices and party-sized packages of 40 wings and a large pizza for under $20, it is a popular alternative to the big dogs. The restaurant regularly runs specials with 12" pies starting at nominal prices.
  • Il Primo

    16880 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 992 2224
    You won't find a better deal on hot fresh pizza than at Il Primo—north central neighborhood pizzerias. An everyday two large cheese pizzas for a very reasonable price is a great way to feed a crowd without breaking the budget. The "Family Pak" with two large cheese pizzas and a medium order of wings is value-priced. The place also offers wings, salads and beer, plus "fast, fresh, hot" delivery in a limited area. No checks are accepted.
  • Yusef's Middle Eastern Restaurant

    15236 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 2957
    Yusef's restaurant, deli and grocery market offers Middle Eastern products including olives, cheeses and meats and a small in-store dining room. More like a market than a restaurant, find a few tables adjacent to the deli counter. Much of the business here is take-out. Lunches and dinners include combinations of items like falafel, hummus and grape-seed-scented rice. Gyros and other lamb, beef and poultry dishes are available a la carte or as complete meals.
  • Middle Eastern Bakery & Deli

    3052 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 4927
    Whether you are looking for a Feta fix or just can not resist the wafting aromas of freshly baked flat breads; you will be drawn to this small bakery and deli. Full lines of retail products, from cookware to music and movie videos, are also sold in the shop. The lines form early for these edibles that include dolmathes, tabbouleh, baba ghanoush and falafel. Full meals are available, or order items individually. Choose from diverse olives and cheeses, which are sold by the pound. Pitas and other flat breads are baked on-premises
  • Arizona Center

    400 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 271 4000
    Located in downtown Phoenix, this park-like shopping center is close to many of the city's major sporting venues. A marketplace with class accurately describes the Center as more than 50 unique shops and restaurants fit every shopper's urge to splurge. At sundown, the place takes on the feel of a street party, Southwestern style. Catch a movie at the AMC theaters, shop at exclusive stores or grab a bite to eat at the number of restaurants serving different cuisines. They often have tables outside for dining al fresco in a comfortable, chic ambiance.
  • Ye Olde Pipe and Tobacco Shoppe

    4525 North 24th Street 110 Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 7740
    The glorious smell of dozens of different mixtures of tobacco hits you when you walk inside, then your eyes are drawn to the beautiful display of cigar boxes and pipes. The shop boasts a 400-square-foot humidor and hundreds of different cigars and imported cigarettes. Sit in the back and puff to your heart's content in comfort.
  • Brass Armadillo (The)

    12419 North 28th Drive Phoenix, AZ 85029 United States - Phone: +1 602 942 0030
    A trove of antiquities, Brass Armadillo is an art enthusiast's delight. Rows of glass-encased cabinets, packed with the glories of yesteryear, fill the huge structure. Celebrities frequent this location for its unique collection. You will find unique gifts for people of all ages and tastes, dating back to the last century and beyond. More than 600 dealers showcase their wares at this emporium. Plan to spend a lot of time; this place is a treasure hunt for art connoisseurs.
  • Toy Anxiety

    13825 North 32nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 308 0292
    This place offers an incredible array of Star Wars, Star Trek, GI Joe and superhero collectibles. Ranging from new Spawn figures to rare and exotic Star Wars toys, this store is the one stop shop for rare movie action figures. With a range starting from the 1970s, you can browse through their massive collection of movie, comic and military toys. Toy Anxiety is sure take you back to those carefree days when comics, superheroes and toys ruled your little world. Check website for latest additions.
  • Ireland's Own

    1219 East Glendale Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 6094
    Feeling a wee bit homesick for the Emerald Isle? Pop into this specialty shop and they will have you feeling green again in no time. This store is packed full of collectibles and spectacular works of art shipped straight from Ireland. World famous Belleek china is nestled among intricate Celtic jewelry. Plaques carved with Irish toasts and sayings vie with Celtic music CDs and videos of Irish history. Owners/operators Pat and Patty McCrossan support cottage industry and import hand-knit Aryan sweaters and watercolor paintings from small-town Irish artists.
  • Wide World of Maps, Inc.

    2626 West Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 279 2323
    Wide World of Maps, Inc. is your one stop shop for every map imaginable. With stores in and around Arizona, they offer a good selection of books and recreational maps, travel guides and even cookbooks. They also have map design services to create original maps as per customer specifications. Large-sized laminating services are available here as well. Featuring more than 30,000 items, you can shop online or enjoy a more personal experience at their retail outlet.
  • My Sister's Closet

    2033 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 954 6080
    With a friendly and welcoming air, My Sister's Closet is one of the best consignment stores in the area. Choose from high-fashion designers like Escada, Chanel, Calvin Klein and Nicole Miller, which are high on quality, but low on price. Select from quality suits, dresses, accessories, shoes and even special home furniture at a fraction of the original sales price. All items are seasonal and are regularly updated.
  • Bert Easley's Fun Shop

    509 West McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 271 9146
    Fun is the magic word in this shop founded by Bert Easley more than 50 years ago. Family operated, Bert Easley's Fun Shop offers thousands of novelty items, for every age group. Practical joke kits, gag tricks, party supplies, accessories and make up are just a few things up for grabs at this little shop. Looking for that special costume for your masquerade? You will find a full costume line, complete with make-up and wigs, for your trick-or-treat delight.
  • Arrowhead Towne Center Mall

    7700 West Arrowhead Towne Centre Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 979 8928

    Featuring New Age architectural style, this fully enclosed mall is a massive structure in West Phoenix. Anchored by Macy's and the Apple Store, you will be hard pressed to find a flaw. Highlights include a food court, AMC theater, over 140 retailers, stylish sculptures and an outdoor amphitheater. The food court features sit-down restaurants, like Miracle Mile Deli and Paradise Bakery. After the munchies digest, try out the 30-horse carousel for a night-out.

  • Metrocenter Mall

    9617 North Metro Parkway West Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 997 2642
    Featuring over 200 retailers and food establishments, this facility was built in the 70s but was completely remodeled in the 90s. Beautiful marble floors stretch throughout while overhead skylights bring in Arizona's sunshine. The mall is located just off Interstate-17 in north-central Phoenix and make sure to take the Peoria Avenue exit west. Highlights are Macy's, Dillard's, Robinsons-May and Sears. Diverse dining options at the food court will satisfy your hunger. Take a break from your shopping to sit by the fabulous water fountains on the lower level.
  • Paradise Valley Mall

    4568 East Cactus Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 996 8840
    This beautiful facility features over 200 retailers within a completely enclosed mall. Located centrally in Paradise Valley, this is a shopper's delight. Major stores featured here are Macy's, Dillard's, JCPenney and Sears. Whether you are looking for unique candles, fashion clothing or the perfect shoes, Paradise Valley Mall is the place to be. Visit the food court for diverse choices after a long day shopping. Grab a slice of pizza, a burger or Middle Eastern gyros to satisfy those hunger pangs.
  • Spy Headquarters

    1235 East Northern Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 371 0988
    Whether you are in the market for personal protection devices or high-tech surveillance, this spy's delight certainly has it all. Hidden cameras, telephone recorders, key chain weapons, defense sprays and much more can be found here. Check out the good selection of how-to books. Let the courteous staff assist you in all your espionage needs. Before buying, please check governing laws regarding product usage for your particular area.
  • Her Majesty's Closet

    5835 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 266 5511
    This shop, which consigns only top quality clothing, has been voted the 'Best of Phoenix' for eight years straight. The shop is centrally located in Phoenix, just off the Squaw Peak Parkway. The tiny shop is jam-packed with high end brands, so rummage through to find the current fashion pieces. The store covers casual as well as formal wear, so find that absolute must-have piece without burning a hole in your wallet.
  • Alpha Book Center

    1928 East McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 1223
    Discover your inner being with items from this New-Age shop located in the downtown area. Find all the books and supplies you need to enhance your understanding of various beliefs. Topics include metaphysics, astrology and extrasensory perception. Do not forget to stock up on candles, crystals and dolls, as Alpha Book Center has previously been voted Phoenix's best supplier. Other featured items include T-shirts, oils, tarot cards and incense.
  • Gifts Anon, Inc.

    4524 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 5256
    Gifts Anon, Inc. this unique gift shop has served people for the last twenty years in the Valley of the Sun. They specialize in pamphlets, tapes, self-help programs and support for those recovering from addictions of all kinds. Information on alcoholism, eating disorders, meditation, spirituality, sexual addictions and inspirational classics are included in their book selection. You will also find an assortment of anniversary jewelry to mark your milestones, or those of your loved ones.
  • All About Books and Comics

    5060 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 0757
    All About Books and Comics, as the name suggests, carries an extensive collection of back issue comics, new issues, rare first-editions, old collector records and a good stock of gaming supplies and new games. Collections are neatly divided as per genre, so anything from super heroes, suspense and teen comics can be easily accessed. They offer subscription services which can be availed for a monthly dose of comics. With regular events and free comic book days, All About Books and Comics ensures a steady flow of customers. 
  • Thrifty Joe's

    6060 West Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 602 547 2540
    This used books store offers a selection of titles on a variety of subjects for students, scholars and the casual reader. Topics such as medieval studies, literature, philosophy and religion as well as foreign language crowd the well-organized shelves. Predominately hardbacks, almost all titles are at 50 percent off. There is also plenty of paperback fiction divided into categories like mystery and science fiction. Used video and music CDs complete the store's stock, again at substantially reduced prices.
  • Euro Pine Imports

    1030 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 263 0198
    Casually chic, the furniture in this shop has been beautifully handcrafted. While half the store is devoted to actual European antiques, the other half features pieces of recent manufacture, but using 100-year-old reclaimed antique timber from Western Europe. Stripped, de-nailed, sanded and bleached, this antique wood is then transformed into a replica of an old-world antique by European-trained American craftsmen. Come glimpse the beautiful and sturdy works of art.
  • Flowers By Marcelle

    4540 North 7th Street Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 942 2892
    Whatever the occasion, the in-house designers at this beautiful floral shop can supply a custom created masterpiece for your affair. From decorations for a massive gala event, to a single red rose delivered to that special someone, you will find flowers to fit your needs at Flowers By Marcelle. The display area is filled with great gift ideas, elaborate wreaths, stuffed animals, vases and greeting cards, all handsomely arranged. For personal attention and a touch of class, consider this shop for your floral arrangements.
  • Other Mothers

    2734 West Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 548 2343
    When your children are growing like weeds, keeping their closet updated in terms of style and size can sometimes cost an arm and a leg. Consider Other Mothers, where people can bring in outfits their tiny tots have outgrown as credit towards purchasing other pre-owned clothing. Their range covers everything from newborn items to outfits for seven to eight year olds. Also featured is a selection for the moms-to-be.
  • COFCO Chinese Cultural Center

    668 North 44th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: +1 602 273 7268
    With a distinctive Chinese architecture, gardens and Asian shops, COFCO Chinese Cultural Center will transport you to China, right in the middle of Phoenix. Check out the retail stores to pick up some great Asian jewelry or a unique piece of oriental home furniture. You could also try one of the Chinese restaurants for an authentic meal. Located very close to the airport, COFCO is a peaceful haven with pagodas, gardens and the ethnic Asian charm to calm you. Check website for more details.
  • Historic Downtown Glendale

    5850 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 4500
    A destination for the savvy shopper with more than 90 antique and specialty shops as well as restaurants. USA Today named downtown Glendale as one of the top ten antique destinations. Hop on the town trolley as it loops through the area. On the third Thursday of each month, businesses stay open late for Glendale Gaslight Thursdays. The Catlin Court Shops District consists of bungalows listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Murphy Park features an open-air market every Saturday October through May. Business hours, access and credit card acceptance will vary by merchant.
  • Arizona Art Supply

    4025 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 9514
    Since 1951, Arizona Art Supply has supplied local artisans with the tools to hone their craft. Whether you dabble in oils, acrylics or airbrushes, all of your art needs are certain to be satisfied. Architects will be able to find all necessary supplies as well as drafting equipment and tools. A good selection of craft supplies is also at the ready. For those just starting out in the world of art, you might be the next Picasso; but remember, the tools of the trade go hand in hand with the talent.
  • Biltmore Fashion Park

    2502 East Camelback Road, Suite 216 Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 8401
    A world-class shopping experience in Arizona can be found at this mall near the Biltmore Resort. Setting this facility aside from the mundane, is the exquisite garden, which is useful as well as beautiful. The cobbled streets speckled with the green expanse makes this place a visual delight. Renowned names such as Neiman Marcus and Sak's Fifth Avenue are cornerstones of this center. Fine eating establishments include Christopher's Fermier Brasserie and the Cheesecake Factory. Do check website for detailed directory.
  • Antique Apparatus At Coury House

    5802 West Palmaire Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 435 1522
    Wander through book aisles overflowing with dusty history. Truly a book lover's dream, Antique Apparatus At Coury House is a great way to spend an afternoon in the city. A visit here is sure to bring back fond memories of childhood days spent with Tom Sawyer and Black Beauty. The wide variety even includes scientific and technical know-how titles. A variety of antiques are also sold at this store and the shop owner has also added a communications museum within. So set aside some time, as you won't want to rush your way through this tiny shop.
  • Arizona Hiking Shack

    11649 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 944 7723
    Whether you are a novice or an accomplished hiker, Arizona Hiking Shack is the place for you. Choose from all types of camping, hiking and climbing gear, such as hiking boots, tents and sleeping bags, which are on sale or can be rented. Makers such as La Sportiva, Sierra Designs, Boreal, Black Diamond and Mountain Hardware are featured. They also carry a good selection of books and maps in addition to hiking and climbing classes. Learn the nuances of climbing from professionals with two decades of experience.
  • Phoenix Park N Swap

    3801 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 273 1250
    Browse the largest flea market in the region which is a downtown outdoor market. Amazing prices are what you'll find everyday. Purchase everything from luggage to jewelery and furniture to art pieces at Phoenix Park N Swap. Be prepared to spend hours here as there are many items for sale. The concession stands provide refreshments while you shop. It is centrally located, just five minutes from Sky Harbor Airport, and parking is free on all days. Admission is free on Friday.
  • Dillards - Metrocenter

    10002 Metro Parkway East Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 861 2241
    Departments feature a fabulous cosmetics counter display combined with fine fragrances. Find elegant home furnishings, fashionable clothing and everything in-between. Centrally located inside of Metrocenter Mall, with easy access from Interstate 17 taking the Dunlap or Peoria exits.
  • Sports Authority (The)

    9610 Metro Parkway West Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 870 3620
    Where all the 'sports' action is! This fabulous retailer has an enormous selection of products and a trained staff to help with all your sporting good needs. Products available include apparel, exercise equipment, team sports equipment, hunting and fishing gear as well as camping and outdoor recreational equipment. Stocked and staffed to serve you, this store is located at the Metrocenter Mall.
  • Champs Sports

    4550 East Cactus Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 482 3832
    This full-service sporting goods retailer called Champs offers gear for swimming, hiking, team sports, fitness and more. Get the latest styles that fit your physique and regime. Popular name brands like Reebok, TapouT, Nike and Wilson are found here. Friendly and helpful staff will help you choose wisely. Located in Paradise Valley Mall, Champ is every sports lover's haunt for fashionable and high-quality sportswear.
  • Popular Outdoor Outfitters

    4331 North 44th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85031 United States - Phone: +1 602 493 3223
    Outdoor recreation equipment is a specialty at this store. Friendly service and top brand names such as Northface, Vasque, Oakley and Garmin are just a few to be found here. Every need is supplied from fishing gear, outdoor apparel and even camping gear galore.
  • GNC - General Nutrition Center

    9617 Metro Parkway West Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 943 8199
    All the best for you inside this full service nutrition center conveniently located inside the Metrocenter Mall. Bringing you quality supplement and health oriented products since 1935. David Shakarian launched the first small health food store in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and within five years owned six stores. Success stemmed from careful product development and marketing, and the chain has grown to over 3,000 company and franchise stores in fifty states and twenty countries. Products include health and beauty care, nutritional supplements, herbs, minerals and teas. Many stores are available throughout the Valley, please call or visit the website for more details.
  • Cost Plus World Imports

    10215 North 28th Drive Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 861 3131
    You'll find bargain shopping galore at this world bazaar in Phoenix. Located near Metrocenter Mall, this local favorite is just the place to find that special gift. Featured products are chocolates from Belgium, wine and beer from around the world and intricate basketry from Bali.
  • Tolteca (La)

    1205 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 1511
    This time-honored authentic Mexican cafe is a favorite with workers in the downtown area. The eatery is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, offering a full range of Sonoran specialties, plus a market full of Mexican goods. The place has recently added a bakery offering freshly made south-of-the-border sweets. The menu includes Quesadillas, nachos, tamales, tacos, tortas & burritos. You can also order for Grilled dinners and combination dinners.
  • Hi-Health

    6135 North 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 973 5483
    At this health food specialty store you'll find friendly sales associates to greet you upon entering and to advise you on supplemental and health care needs. Offering a wide variety of popular products at reasonable prices, this store is a local favorite. Nutritional supplements, personal body care products, herbal teas and remedies are just a sampling of what is offered. Forty-three stores are offered in the Phoenix area. Call the number for this location and the staff will assist you in finding the nearest.
  • Teaching Stuff

    6830 North 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 589 0277
    While much of the merchandise is for teachers and in-home instructors, this fascinating shop also sells a variety of educational toys and aids. You will find puzzles and games to sharpen the mind and building blocks and Lego to develop motor skills. In addition, figurine of knights, cowboys and pirates as well as animals like whales, gorillas, tigers and wolves are also found on the store's shelves. There is a section of books and posters dealing with specific teaching topics and another for game cards and other fun stuff.
  • Spectrum Mall

    1703 West Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85015 United States - Phone: +1 602 242 9074
    Formerly known as the Christown Mall, this centrally located shopping mall offers easy access. Anchor stores are Walmart, JC Penneys and Dillards outlet stores. Shopping in this mall is highly popular with the younger crowd in this area. Many smaller clothing shops feature younger styles and fabrics. Miracle Mile Deli is an old favorite of this mall. Other stores such as Gordan Jewelers and Vista Optical offer needed services. United Artists Theaters offers THX stereo systems and are located at the southeast end of the mall. Hours and credit card acceptance will vary by merchant.
  • Desert Sky Mall

    7611 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85033 United States - Phone: +1 623 849 6661
    Built in the late seventies, this mall was originally owned by local builder John F. Long but now is owned and run by WestCor. Some of the major stores here are JCPenney, Dillards and Sears. Mall walkers can enter any time after 7a and the white tiles on the floor denote each tenth of a mile. The customer service desk is available for help anytime during mall hours. Centrally located, it offers additional services of fax and notary even has wheelchair rentals.
  • BreadCrafters Bakery & Cafe

    12635 North Tatum Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 494 4442
    The smell of freshly baked bread will start your mouth watering before you even enter the store. Special sandwich creations are offered each day with a special salad and signature soup. Tables and a stool-lined bar face out onto a busy strip mall. Loaves of Tuscan Ciabatta, French Baguettes and Berkeley Sourdough nestle in baskets, while brownies and cakes tempt from within glass cases. Stunning sandwiches prepared on freshly baked bread and huge tasty salads sum up the menu. Piled high with meat and cheese and every description of topping, these sandwiches require two hands. Try the unique tuna salad on French country bread or the Shanghai chicken and noodle salad.
  • Compusa

    9630 North Metro Parkway West Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 906 0800
    This computer store has been serving customer hardware, software and peripheral needs for many years. Low prices, a service department and training classes are also offered. Find it located near the Metrocenter Mall, on the outer loop. Please call for further information or access the informative web site.
  • Cornelia Park

    2474 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 888 779 9060
    This striking store at the Biltmore Fashion Park looks like something out of a fairy tale. Beautiful pottery and fanciful blown-glass animals line the shelves or perch on unique household furnishings. From the fireplace to the checkerboard table to the sock-wearing pedestals, everything is a multi-colored, whimsical treat. This eclectic collection is the handiwork of husband and wife team Victoria and Richard MacKenzie-Childs. In addition to being hand formed and painted, making each piece unique, the Majolica-ware pottery is safe for eating and drinking and is dishwasher safe! These delightful accessories are sure to add sparkle to any home.
  • A Pea in the Pod

    2510 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 468 4172
    Located at Biltmore Fashion Park, A Pea in the Pod lets moms-to-be look and feel their best all through the nine months. It offers outfits for every occasion and season, from lingerie and swimwear to formal and evening wear. The stylish ensembles feature embellishments of beads and feathers, sparkling rhinestone patterns and detailed embroidery. Dress like the celebs, as this chain has been frequented by famous mothers-to-be like super model Christie Brinkley, Academy Award-winning actress Jodie Foster and Lisa Kudrow, star of hit show Friends.
  • Clotherie Ltd.

    2500 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 956 8600
    Dress for success with the high-fashion styles of Clotherie Ltd., the premier men's clothing store. With shirts from Eton and Equilibrio, shoes by Alden and suits from Canali and Ermenegildo Zegna, you are sure to make a powerful statement at your next board meeting. Voted the best Arizona men's store, the knowledgeable staff provides personal attention and care. Located at the Biltmore Fashion Park, alterations are available on site.
  • Allied Surplus

    4230 West Northern Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 623 435 2640
    Searching for a gift for the man who has everything? This shop sells missiles, hand grenades, gas masks, and a whole supply house of goodies that will make any military enthusiast snap to attention. The missiles and the grenades are duds of course, but the clothes, boots, cots, backpacks, and other camping equipment are all real military issue. Special forces pins and patches are available, along with custom imprinted dog tags. Other real survival equipment includes MREs (meals ready to eat) and jungle first-aid kits. For the historian or student, the place stocks a limited but intriguing selection of books on military strategy as well as instructional videos on self-defense and survival. A small section of paintball equipment is offered so you can practice what you learn.
  • Fantasia

    5108 North Seventh Street Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 265 4065
    Crammed full of stones, sculptures, and incense, this fascinating shop carries a multitude of beautiful metaphysical gifts. From stones touted to have various psychic properties (like crystal and quartz) to runestones and talismans, each item is carefully crafted and makes a wonderful gift for anyone, believer or not. Gorgeously carved dragons clutching crystal balls, intricate reproductions of Egyptian artifacts, and even figures of the benevolent Buddha, represent just a fraction of the items within. Check out the custom jewelry and the aromatherapy vials. Psychic readings are also available.
  • Everything Goes

    11649 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 331 3383
    This massive shop is packed to the brim with a collection of antiques and collectibles. Wind your way through a maze of used and antique furniture, from massive garden fountains to brass beds. Examine the old photos and fascinating paintings. Browse through the vintage clothing, first edition books and rare toys. Everything Goes buys and sells collectibles and furnishings, and its stock is constantly updated. Drop in to find the hottest deals.
  • Heritage Hat Company

    13602 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 3323
    Heritage Hat Company is packed to the brim with a wide variety of hats of all shapes and sizes. While specializing in Western and Australian brands like Stetson, Resistol, Australian Outback and Akubra, it also carries a wide line of Panama headgear and fedoras. In addition to the massive selection, the shop also offers cleaning, repairs and hat shaping services. They also sell accessories such as hat-bands and pins. If that isn't enough, the talented hat-makers can also custom make you a hat from your own design.
  • Bernie's Smells N Bells

    3526 West Northern Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 623 328 8854
    This Christian oriented shop offers messages of God's word on bumper stickers, t-shirts and greeting cards. Free literature positioned about the store offers scriptures and practical advice. Chimes dangle from the ceiling in a dozen configurations. Scented candles provide a delightful aromatic atmosphere in which to browse through the religious collectibles. Owner Bernie Walczyk takes his prayers seriously, selling t-shirts with humorous Christian messages that are to the point. View its online store from the web page.
  • Antique Treasures

    7025 North 57th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 931 8049
    This two-story shop carries an enormous selection of antiques and collectibles. It has an extensive list of used and rare books, and a separate section of vintage clothing. Around the store you'll find numerous toys like a set of 1940s blocks, old toy soldiers, vintage matchbox cars and old playing cards. Early clothes irons, an archaic cash register, old military uniforms, and an amazingly complete antique shaving kit are hidden amongst the huge collection. There are even sports cards with memorable greats like Terry Bradshaw, Reggie Jackson, Joe Namath. Upstairs is a vast collection of furniture, ranging from simple coffee tables to ornately carved Louis XV armoires.
  • Mad Hatter's Antiques & Collectibles

    5734 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 931 1991
    Gargantuan in size and scope, this store stocks everything! Owners Ray and Debbie Ralls have created an eclectic shop where you're just as likely to find Victorian furniture as a Fred Flintstone cookie jar. A balustrade circles the shop with sectioned off areas playing host to a variety of different specialties. One room might be devoted to toys, while another features clothing, and a third highlights Old West paraphernalia. Other sections feature festival items, ceramics, knives, swords and dolls.
  • Lois Loveables

    5807 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 934 8846

    Lois Loveables is a one-of-a-kind shop in historic downtown Glendale, packed with hidden treasures. This shop stocks a wide variety of jewelry in its glass display cases, including the rich reds of rubies and the enticing oceanic hues of turquoise. In addition to antique jewelry, this store offers porcelain figurines, lifelike dolls, antique furniture, and items that pay tribute to classic cartoon characters, including Snoopy and Betty Boop.

  • Glendale Square Antiques

    7009 North 58th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 435 9952
    Carrying everything from old advertising signs to 1920s hats, this store stocks an abundance of glassware and crystal. Vintage clocks tick from the walls and jewelry sparkles from glass cabinets. Among the antique furnishings you'll find Knowles China, Bavarian dishware, and crystal from Madrid. The store also features a huge collection of collector plates, decorated with everything from Marilyn Monroe and Elvis, to Star Trek.
  • Cerreta Candy Company

    5345 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 1000
    More than just a store, this huge factory is actually where all the magical candy is made. Take a tour round and enjoy a fascinating video that explains how various businesses work together to create your favorite sweet. Browse the gift shop and pick bags of your favorite treats, from roasted peanuts to an Arizona gift box filled with tiny saddles, cowboy boots, hats and cactus made out of chocolate.
  • Smilin' Jacks

    5625 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 847 3879
    Amidst the numerous antique shops located in Glendale's Historic District, this shop stands out. Its entire stock is given over to wheeled contraptions, from tiny matchbox cars and models to old Schwinns. Pedal cars of every description and condition are for sale here, from tractors and airplanes to the mint condition 1941 Pontiac Station Wagon by Steelcraft. Onsite mechanics also do restorations. Rocking horses, scooters and wagons are also among the treasures to be found here.
  • Palmer's Militaria

    5617 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 934 8181
    Genuine antique military pieces are the specialty at this shop. Actual uniforms, helmets and hats from various military divisions and even different countries are available. There's a whole cabinet full of World War II paraphernalia along with knives, bayonets, canteens and backpacks which are also for sale. The proprietor boasts a huge collection on everything from history to military tactics and even stocks pins, patches and medals. Remember to carry cash though as they don't accept credit cards.
  • Jan Ross New Age Books and Gifts

    4239 West Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 841 4933
    This interesting New Age gift shop is owned and operated by famous "Psychic to the Stars" Jan Ross. Jan has been featured in newspapers, magazine, TV talk shows and radio and actually had her own radio show here in Phoenix. She has worked with the police in solving crimes and finding missing persons. Jan gives readings four days a week, and will even "speak" to your pet if you're having a problem. The store stocks books on esoteric topics, from the search for Atlantis to spiritual healing and psychic lessons. Crystals, chimes, candles and incense are a few of the items sold here.
  • Bo's Funky Stuff

    5605 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 842 0220
    This exciting collection of antiques features a vast array of advertising signs from every conceivable product of the past. Coca-Cola has a big section that includes a collection of trays from the 1930s. Hundreds of pennants from famous and obsolete sports teams dangle from the ceilings; there's even a Batman and Robin pennant from 1966. There is also a large selection of jukeboxes, diner and 50s decor, gumball machines and some bizarre items like wooden Indians and mechanical camels.
  • Auntie Em's Miniatures

    5625 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 435 0783
    This fascinating shop is for the miniature enthusiast. Besides fully furnished sets, it sells furniture in varying scale, place settings, tiny trees, farm implements, appliances and even miniscule cat food boxes. And it's not just ready-made pieces, the store also stocks all the necessaries for you to create your own unique props; wood, tools, paints and glue. If you need a little expert guidance, the place stocks how-to books, helpful videos and various magazines.
  • Stag Tobacconists and Gifts

    9201 North 29th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 943 8519
    Stag Tobacconists and Gifts is for all those cigar lovers and connoisseurs. Their huge cauldron showcases an incredible selection of over 200 unique blends of tobacco and more than 500 distinct pipe tobacco, which is considered to be one of Phoenix's finest. Light up a smoke and relax at their cozy lounge while watching TV or playing a game of chess. The polite staff will make you comfortable and dismiss the myth that Stag is only for the elite. Check out their monthly cigar tasting events and deals that are a steal.
  • What Ale's Ya

    6362 West Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 486 8016
    Beer lovers unite! This shop stocks everything you need to brew high quality beer or wine in your own home. Besides books, magazines and recipes, the place carries hops by the handfuls, barley by the bushel and tons of ready-to-mix recipes. Chuck Therio, owner and operator, is knowledgeable and helpful. He'll set you up with all the equipment, including bottles, ingredients and, of course, the brewing appliances.
  • Christmas Cottage

    5742 West Palmaire Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 937 4266
    Step into a world of whimsical items from all over the world. Figurines like Snow Babies as well as a multitude of other collectibles line the walls and cover tables. In fact, one wall is totally covered with those little snow-scene houses just waiting for a new home on your mantle. Christmas ornaments are in abundance; so you're to find a certain knick-knack for the tree, table or even bathroom!
  • Heartstrings

    7157 North 58th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 937 3713
    Heartstrings, aptly named, is a warm and cozy shop for collectibles that pull at your heart’s strings. Located in Catlin Court, they offer a variety of items like homemade jams and jellies, specialty foods, teddy bears and quilts. The Amish quilts available here, are popular buys, and are well-known for their color and design patterns.
  • Town & Country Shopping Center

    2021 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 6850
    Enjoy your time at this open-air shopping center in Central Phoenix with more than 50 specialty shops and restaurants as well as a movie theater for entertainment. This center is located close to the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa and the Courtyard Phoenix Camelback. Shops include My Sister's Closet and dining options feature Baby Kay's Cajun Kitchen, Chilis and Black Angus Steak House. Free covered parking is available for customers.
  • Paradise Bakery & Cafe

    20199 North 67 Avenue Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 889 7065
    If you hunger for fresh mega-carbs or the perfect salad, here is your best bet among the mall contenders in the food court, with plenty of tables from which to choose. Select a perfect Cobb or Pasta Salad with all fresh ingredients prepared daily. They offer a tremendous selection of huge, fresh-baked muffins, generously endowed with the highest quality fruit and nuts to satisfy any early-morning cravings. Try the tasty sandwiches like the Paradise Vegetarian with jicama, lettuce, cheese, avocado, tomato and sprouts, all carefully set upon ten-grain bread or a croissant.
  • Stinkweeds

    12 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85031 United States - Phone: +1 602 248 9461
    Stocking practically every new LP and 45 in stock, Stinkweeds is a haven for record enthusiasts. With various awards under its illustrious belt, this music store in Phoenix is a local winner. In stock are vinyls, tapes and CDs which leans heavily toward independent artists. They have a built-in stage, where local and international talent is regularly featured. The knowledgeable staff is extremely helpful and will ensure you find that old favorite. Check website for event schedule or shop online for a more relaxed experience.
  • Jayne's Marketplace

    455 North Third Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 2410
    Jayne's Marketplace, this fun store is replete with fantastic representations of Southwestern paraphernalia. You will find unusual gift items, apparel, home accessories and even knick-knacks of every type imaginable. Wall decor, pottery, yard candleholders and picture frames are offered, all in fabulous color, style and flavor. If you are looking for a birthday gift or souvenir for someone special, you will no doubt find the perfect choice. Brightly lit and casual, you will find yourself at home in no time and in no hurry to leave. If you're looking for lunch, try Sam's Cafe.
  • Moda Georgio

    3168 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 2003
    Since its inception, Moda Georgio has offered its clientele custom-fitted clothing, with the finest craftsmanship in tailoring. Choose from more than 500 fine cotton fabrics imported from Europe, styled into shirts and customized down to the smallest detail. Moda Georgio is family-owned and is run by Nick Esposito, whose family comes from nearly five decades of tailoring experience. So next time you need a suit that fits you to perfection, you know where to get it custom-made from.
  • Molina Fine Jewelers

    3134 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 955 2055
    Located in Central Phoenix's Biltmore area, you'll find that special gift or gem while enjoying superlative service here. This exceptional facility provides pieces from well-known names such as Tiffany, Faberge, Cartier and Carrera y Carrera, just to name a few. Alfredo Molina oversees Molina Fine Jewelers, which has its roots in Milan, and whose fine reputation has been passed down through generations. Appraisal services are offered here as well.
  • Jewelry by Ulises

    3527 West Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 843 0669
    Find old-fashioned service and craftsmanship at this full-service jewelry store that has been serving Valley customers since 1988. Ulises is a second-generation jeweler, having learned the trade from his father, and is intent on carrying on the family tradition. At Jewelry by Ulises, find elegant jewelry and precious stones, fine watches and timepieces from such name brands as Howard Miller and Linden. It carries a great selection of watches from Bulova, Seiko and Citizen as well. Repairs and appraisals are done here as well. Bi-lingual services for Spanish and Italian speaking customers are available.
  • Coast to Coast Trophies

    5615 North 54th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 934 1998
    This local business has been providing trophies to businesses, clubs and teams for many years. Located on the south side of Glendale in the historic district, you'll find what you're looking for. Mementos and gifts for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and other special occasions are highly valued when personalized. Find items in all price ranges at Coast to Coast Trophies. After shopping for that plaque or wine glass, make it a point to have an entertaining dinner at Jacka's Back Alley Martini Grille & Supper Club.
  • Tole Shop (The)

    7142 North 58th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 937 7561
    This little store located in Glendale's historic district features everything the artist needs to complete their masterpieces. If you're not familiar with tole, it's an American craft-art using simple, beautiful designs that are then painted onto lots of different media, including wood and furniture. At The Tole Shop, you will find painting supplies and an awesome collection of books, as well as ongoing classes for the novice and the advanced artist. Give the store a call for current class offerings, times and prices.
  • Fama Mexican Bakery (La)

    5328 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 931 1460
    You'll think you've just crossed the border when you enter La Fama Mexican Bakery establishment. This small business offers big tastes when it comes to delightful sweet breads and traditional Mexican pastries. Enticing aromas filter throughout the neighborhood, urging you to relinquish your will power. Watch them prepare these treats fresh daily through the open kitchen window. Be sure to bring cash when you visit, because they do not accept credit cards or checks. When your appetite is sated, wander over to the friendly streets of nearby Catlin Court for serious antique shopping or simple browsing.
  • Prime Outlets at New River

    4250 West Anthem Way Phoenix, AZ 85027 United States - Phone: +1 623 465 9500
    Prime Outlets at New River is a mall, that features a huge number of top-name retailers and manufacturers with products at lower than retail prices. You surely won't be disappointed with more than 70 outlet merchants to choose from. Located about a half-hour north of Phoenix, take I-17 to exit 229 at Anthem Way. Stores with names like Black and Decker, Mikasa and BOSE are here. Apparel shops like Carter's children's wear, Carole Little and Ann Taylor women's are also featured. Cover your toes with brand name athletic shoes from Nike and Reebok, all at factory prices. There is a food court offered within this mall. Credit cards accepted will vary with merchant.
  • Addy's Bridal Gowns and Alterations

    4233 West Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 904 6670 / +1 602 548 1755
    Addy's Bridal Gowns & Alterations specializes in custom-designed formal wear utilizing the customer's desires and ideas. Individual attention produces dramatic results using quality fabrics, styles and color. Stop in to see a sample of possible styles and fabrics, then dream up your own vision and see it become a reality. Regular alterations like hemming are available, starting as low as USD15. Customize your off-the-rack clothing items with professional alterations for a perfect fit. Visit website or call ahead.
  • Bent Cover (The)

    12428 North 28th Drive Phoenix, AZ 85029 United States - Phone: +1 602 942 5932
    If you're looking for a copy of a special book to curl up with, make certain that you check this facility's enormous in-stock selection of more than 1/2 million books. Offering an online form to look for those hard-to-find books or special editions, the process becomes simple and streamlined. This shop carries new and used books to sell or trade, as well as popular audio books. It is located just north of Cactus Road on the southeast corner of 28th Drive and Larkspur.
  • Shepler's

    9201 North 29th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States - Phone: +1 602 870 8085
    Saddle up your ride and head on in to this western wonderland. If you don't have a hat or boots, then Shepler's is your best bet, as this is positively the complete source for all your ranch requirements. Find top-branded jeans and boots, shirts, skirts and belts. After you look the part, amble over to the ranch's favorite two-steppin' spots, such as Mr. Lucky's, or the Cadillac Ranch.
  • Optical Shop of Aspen

    2522 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 957 8033
    Reinforce your image and impact with state-of-the-art eyewear, both prescription and non-prescription. This shop carries brand names and designers such as Matsuda, Clayton Franklin and Keiselstein-Cord. Subtleties in design and color produce a unique framework for your personal look. Make a statement with your face, as you do your clothing, and let it be the one you choose yourself. Sunwear is a necessity in the Valley of the Sun, and the boutique offers pre-made shades and even allows you to choose your frame and lens for the perfect custom match.
  • Bears and More

    7146 North 58th Drive Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 931 0339
    Located in Catlin Court, Bears and More is a must-visit for its cuteness factor. On sale are warm and fuzzy teddy bears manufactured by several brands including the likes of Boyds, Beatrix Potter, Gund, Muffy, Paddington, and so on. These collectible bears make for great special gifts as well. From here, head to Bitz-EE Mama's next door to enjoy some delicious Mexican food.
  • Glass Creations

    7011 North 58th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 939 5966

    Don't be fooled by this shop's modest exterior. Waiting inside is a wonderland of beautifully crafted glass, all sculpted into incredible works of art. Some of the pieces in Glass Creations are functional, including paperweights and light fixtures, but some are purely decorative. No matter the purpose, their artistry  in this Catlin Court shop is certainly stare-worthy.  

  • Country Maiden

    7146 North 58th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 7303
    This store offers country-based themes throughout its space. Choose from a wide variety of handcrafted items like tole, candles and dolls. Comforting scented candles, quilts and rustic furniture pieces are available, and they'll even ship it for you! Browsing is a fine art and the shopping connoisseur will be pleasantly surprised with the delights sold here. It is located in Historic Downtown Glendale's Catlin Court.
  • Polo Ralph Lauren

    2502 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 952 0155
    Take time for some of the finer things in life, why should shopping for essentials be drudgery? The Biltmore Fashion Park offers the largest collection of men's, women's, children's and infant's designs by Polo- Ralph Lauren, all staged in a dramatic and convenient facility. You'll also find top-quality home accents like linens, towels, tableware and flatware from this legendary designer.
  • Family Christian Stores

    3547 West Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 439 1699
    This shop is well stocked with Christian books galore. Find the latest books like the Left Behind series, as well as in-depth spiritual quests and even daily planners. If you have a special request, just ask store manager Kathy Wurz for help, she'll be glad to assist you. Other products carried here are the latest Christian music on CDs and tape, T-shirts and gifts galore.
  • Bill's Shoe Hut

    7611 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85033 United States - Phone: +1 623 873 2991
    Grab the kids and their socks for a trip down to Bill's. You'll find shoes fitted the old-fashioned way by an associate who knows how to do it. This store has been doing business on the west side for years. You'll find famous makers here like Rockport, Wolverine, Hush Puppies and Clinic. Footgear of all types, including western boots, moccasins, work boots and athletic styles, is cheerfully provided.
  • Apple Tree

    5811 West Glendale Avenue Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 435 8486
    Lose yourself in the old world charm of Apple tree. An antique store, it has a huge collection of bric-a-bracs from yore including crystal, linen, washboards, tables, dressers and decoration. Rummage through the shelves and be sure to uncover some hidden treasures from the past. This shop features as a regular haunt of locals and has been enjoying their patronage for around 20 years now.
  • Loiphat

    1702 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85015 United States - Phone: +1 602 242 6119
    Expect English to be the second language of choice here, but don't be put off. This Asian market holds authentic ingredients to prepare your finest Vietnamese dishes. You'll find fresh meats and fish, imported food of all kinds and even new dishes to serve it with. Aisles and aisles hold exotic ingredients and spices, sweet treats and noodles. Other featured items include fresh produce like long beans, green onions and sprouts.
  • Landgrave Mexican Imports

    2104 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85015 United States - Phone: +1 602 973 1158
    You'll find happy solutions to your backyard blues at this little import shop. Featured items include beautiful custom wrought-iron designs, including butterfly chairs and other non-traditional styles. Lots of tables and birdcages, as well as other home and garden accessories to grace your living space, are available here. Other smaller souvenir-type items are also available, like Mexican earthenware pottery.
  • Z's Fine Jewelry

    7547 West Greenway Road Peoria, AZ 85381 United States - Phone: +1 623 374 7706
    Explore brilliant jewelry made from real moissanite stones at Z's Fine Jewelry. Moissanite is a brighter stone than diamond and more precious, well suited for special occasions. The store offers delicate designer patterns, set in precious stones that flatter the face. Choose from their various styles or ask them to design one according to your taste and specifications.
  • Delta European Market

    3502 West Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 298 8915
    Check out the imported stuff in this little corner market. The place is brand-spanking new; the staff haven't yet finished stocking the shelves. Unique delicatessen products are carried here, including a selection of fat imported cheeses, displayed behind the old-fashioned glass counter. Strudel, imported chocolates, olive oils, and other hard-to-find brand ingredients are just a few of the items for sale. If you are seeking gourmet seasonings, this is a good place to look. A selection of greeting cards is offered here, too, with a little something for everyone.
  • Cardworld Cards & Supplies

    3502 West Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 623 561 0733
    If you're looking for a certain sports card or you've caught the Pokemon fever, you need to check out this shop. Specializing in cards, collectible sports stuff and memorabilia, it's got something for just about everyone. Brand names like Fleer, Topps and Playoff are featured. All the latest and greatest Pokemon and Digimon styles are here, as well as complete boxed sets. It also offers supplies to organize your cards and protect their value.
  • Do Wah Diddy

    3642 East Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 928 379 0179
    Do Wah Diddy is a fun shop selling memorabilia and reproductions from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Choose from an assortment of products ranging from authentic 50s-style chrome and vinyl furniture to Marilyn Monroe refrigerator magnets. You're certain to have a good time here; you'll find yourself reminiscing and laughing at the goofy and quirky merchandise. Find stuff for all the rooms in your house and all loved ones in your life. Visit the "Sell-a-brate the 20th Century" events during the first full week of every month for brand new items. This place also rents props for events; call for further information.
  • Copper Square Shopping District

    541 East Van Buren Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 8696
    Downtown Phoenix's cultural center is nestled in this concentrated section that covers approximately 90 square blocks of fine restaurants and shopping destinations. Go easy on the feet and utilize the many 'Dash' bus stops in this district's core. The area also contains the historic Orpheum Theatre and several museums including the Arizona Science Center. Located between Third and Fifth streets and north of Van Buren street, the place is frequented by many young business professionals and is also a favorite nightspot. Familiar rumblings that try to stop the shop may be satisfied with lunch on the garden patio with a rice bowl or burrito, then off to the movies for a break from the heat.
  • Fry's Electronics

    3035 West Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85053 United States - Phone: +1 602 445 8800
    Considered to be a man's paradise, Fry's is a one-stop-shopping electronics retailer that carries over 50,000 hi-tech products. Founded in 1985 in the Silicon Valley, Fry's Electronics has stores across the country and provides products that embody the latest technological trends and electronic advances. Each location sells, services, and supports computer hardware and software products, I.C.'s, components and accessories, audio, video, and telecommunications products and appliances. Fry's also offers personal electronics, convenience products and general merchandise items. The stores range in size from 50,000 to over 180,000 sq ft. Perfect for the hi-tech professional or novice, Fry's prides itself on employing a friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer any question you have about their merchandise. You can literally lose yourself in this electronics haven for hours!
  • Fry's Electronics

    2300 West Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283 United States - Phone: +1 602 445 5100
    Considered to be a man's paradise, Fry's is a one-stop-shopping electronics retailer that carries over 50,000 hi-tech products. Founded in 1985 in the Silicon Valley, Fry's Electronics has stores across the country and provides products that embody the latest technological trends and electronic advances. Each location sells, services, and supports computer hardware and software products, I.C.'s, components and accessories, audio, video, and telecommunications products and appliances. Fry's also offers personal electronics, convenience products and general merchandise items. The stores range in size from 50,000 to over 180,000 sq ft. Perfect for the hi-tech professional or novice, Fry's prides itself on employing a friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer any question you have about their merchandise. You can literally lose yourself in this electronics haven for hours!
  • Rock Springs Café and General Store

    35769 South Old Black Canyon Highway Black Canyon City, AZ 85324 United States - Phone: +1 623 374 5794
    Are you on your way from Phoenix to Flagstaff? Then fuel up at the Rock Springs Cafe. This old fashioned restaurant and store serves up a wholesome, traditional breakfast. Also available are family-style meals, barbeques, steaks and burgers. Known to bake the best homemade pies, you cannot forget to pick one up for the road. Surrounded by the great scenery and traditional food, you feel like you have been transported back to the 1920s. Live country music is played every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
  • Rochester Big & Tall

    3240 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 602 952 1444
    With more than 20 branches across the globe, this famous chain has been serving patrons for nearly a century now. Like the name suggests, it caters only to big-made gents who have a problem finding clothing in their sizes. Reputed brands like Levi's, Dockers and Ralph Lauren feature at this store, and accessories and shoes are also on offer. Whether it's loungewear, smart casuals or a stylish suit you're after, you're sure to find it here. The quality and fits of these products are their two biggest draws. If you are unsure of anything, seek advice from the friendly and knowledgeable staff. Visit the website for information regarding upcoming sales, gift ideas, and best-selling items.
  • Travel Hounds USA

    3375 East Shea Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85028 United States - Phone: +1 602 595 9928
    Do not worry about leaving behind pets while traveling. Here is a one-stop shop catering to travel gear and agility equipment for you and your companion. From specialty dog carriers to strollers, tents, blankets, clothing, non-spill bowls, they provide a great variety of buys. Get that bike to walk your dog in the park or collect pet-care books and magazines right here. Outdoor lovers can pick up training equipment to prepare your pet for the next adventure.
  • Marjon Ceramics, Inc.

    3434 West Earll Drive Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 272 6585
    If looking for products and services to extend your pottery skills beyond just a hobby, then take a look here. Raw materials and tools like kilns, glazes, clay and much more are available. You will be surprised to discover this enriching local store that hosts events like Clay Olympics. Get educated on new solutions to enhance ceramic art and give it business viability. Through their Arizona School of Fire Arts and other specialized classes, they reach out to all interested individuals.
  • Apple Store

    2430 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 977 0285
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Harley's 2303

    2303 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 956 2885
    Come out and dance the night away at this hot gay hangout. A massive bar dominates the main room, and pool tables and dart boards provide some friendly competition. There is no food available, and the bar does not accept credit cards. It does, however, provide an ATM should your funds run low. The dance floor is huge, and a nightly DJ spins a mean mix guaranteed to get you off your barstool.
  • 1800's Saloon

    13608 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85022 United States - Phone: +1 602 482 8420
    This neighborhood hangout is home to a friendly crowd of blue jean wearing, fun loving folk. Find a DJ or live musicians on Friday and Saturdays and there is even room to twirl to the tunes. Sports memorabilia and mirrors make up most of the decor. There are a couple of tall tables, but most of the crowd bellies up to the bar or shoots on the pair of pool tables. Occasionally you will find a bite to eat, but food is not served regularly.
  • Nifty 50s Night Club

    6767 North 35th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85017 United States - Phone: +1 602 973 2023
    Twist the night away at this rocking 50s dance club. The DJ spins a mean mix of music from the 50s through the 70s interspersed with Karaoke. Great drink specials are offered every night, and dance contests every weekend award prizes for best Jitterbug, Twist, Limbo and Dirty Dancing. Monday nights are reserved for football with a free food buffet. Pictures of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe hang between shots of beautiful vintage cars. The DJ spins his tunes from the back of a pink Cadillac parked on the dance floor. Life Magazine covers from the 50s and 60s cover one full wall, and there are a couple dartboards and some dart supplies in one corner. Bring cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
  • Rhythm Room

    1019 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 265 4842
    Rhythm Room was chosen as one of the Top Twenty Blues Venues in the USA by Blues Review Magazine and won Best Blues Club by local Phoenix periodicals countless times. This musical hot spot has featured headline acts by greats such as Deke Dickerson and Bob Margolin. Legendary guitarist Guitar Shorty, the man who taught Jimmy Hendrix to play the guitar with his teeth, is a frequent performer. Top names in rock circles, from Deerhoof to The Spinto Band, also make this place their stop when in Phoenix. Pictures framed Blues legends cover the walls but the main attraction is always the stage. Great seats everywhere with tiny tables big enough for a couple of cocktails and a light bite. Sunnyside Barbecue is served Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Buffalo Chip Saloon and Steakhouse

    6811 East Cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331 United States - Phone: +1 480 488 9118
    The Buffalo Chip Saloon has been serving up some of Cave Creek's tastiest burgers, the crunchiest cacti and coldest beers since 1951. Ever wanted to eat like a cowboy on the range? How about a cup of coffee and some sycamores? This saloon, however is not just about burgers and beers, as it also hosts live country music 7 days a week. So gear up and be ready for a great time just like the cowboys do. Yee-haw!
  • Club 602

    4231 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85019 United States - Phone: +1 602 269 2800
    Club 602 is meant for all who are in the city and in the mood to party and chill. The comfy and relaxed ambiance will put you at ease and just wash your blues or grays away. Check it out.
  • Merc Bar

    2525 East Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 508 9449
    Opened in 1992, Merc Bar has been a popular spot for the city's wine lovers. Cozy ambiance, comfortable seating, subdued interiors and friendly staff make this a great place to spend those after-office hours. Enjoy a variety of labels at the bar sourced from all over the world and with it, light bites that complement flavors brilliantly. Spaces are available for private events, do visit the website for more.
  • Bar Smith

    130 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 229 1265
    Bar Smith beats others when it comes to food, drinks and entertainment. The food is the usual American pub grub with tuna salad, burgers and jerk chicken being the favorites, while the wines include the house selections of Chardonay, Pinot Grigio and Sauvignons. The VIP rooms are the center of attraction for all clubbers and step onto the the terrace bar for amazing views of the city . Located just a block away from the Phoenix City Center, Bar Smith is your neighborhood destination for fun.
  • Club Dwntwn

    702 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 258 8343
    Club Dwntwn located in the heart of Phoenix is a hot spot for the Phoenix clubbers. The haunt of hip hop, reggae and old school lovers, it is a perfect space to chill out with your buddies. A local favorite; on Saturdays, the dance floor gets crowded. All in all Club Dwntwn is all about funky music and cool crowd.
  • Whiskey River Saloon

    3202 East Greenway Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 867 2802
    Trendy and chic, Whiskey River Saloon is a nightclub that hosts the most happening theme nights in the city. Dance to the latest tunes played by the DJs, while you guzzle down some chilled beer. With a tight event schedule, they have ladies nights 3 times a week and free dancing lessons every Thursday and Saturday night. Open till late, the party never seems to stop at the Whiskey River. Available for hire, be sure to host your birthday or bachelorette at this lively venue. Check website for upcoming events.
  • Loft Again

    15015 North Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 482 3130
    Complete entertainment is what comes to mind when you think of Loft Again because there is just so much to do here! This place is a local favorite with a variety of events taking place every night at very reasonable entry rates. Live music, open-mic nights as well as foosball, bingo, poker and pool tournaments are just some of the fun specials organized here. The more inventive nights such as Tuesday Night Songo, a combination of music trivia and bingo, simply draw crowds looking a fun night in the city.
  • Silver Pony (The)

    620 West Dobbins Road Phoenix, AZ 85041 United States - Phone: +1 602 268 1318
    If looking to sway to some country tunes, then head south from downtown Phoenix to The Silver Pony. Located on the West Dobbins Road, this no-frills club hosts live music and karaoke nights regularly. And if live acts aren't available, DJs take center stage to play wonderful country music. The staff who never shy away from conversations with guests, only add to the friendly vibe of the place. So, put on your cowboy boots and hat and drop by The Silver Pony.
  • Chilly Bombers

    4917 West Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 602 298 0843
    Set your night on fire by coming to Chilly Bombers, the popular club that assures you the time of your life in Glendale. Their indoor and outdoor seating keeps all happy, while the bartenders do a super job with mixing cocktails. DJ's know their music for sure as can be seen by the crowds who can't stop dancing. Sports screenings are also common here. Chilly Bombers is perfect to have a fun evening with a group of friends.
  • Duce (The)

    525 South Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 866 3823
    Having restored some good old American history, Duce in downtown Phoenix, attempts to give patrons a walk down history lane. Housed within a former warehouse on South Central Avenue, The Duce doubles up as a bar, nightclub and restaurant with ease. Food that dates back to the 1900s, adds a touch of class to the whole menu. Relish the meatball sliders and roasted ribs while sipping on the house special cocktail, the Moscow Mule. Performances of live bands and DJ nights are scheduled regularly on the makeshift stage. Karaoke, retro and live music makes the place a music haven. They also welcome private parties. Check website for more.
  • Sanctum

    4343 North 7th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 1700
    True to its name, the decor at Sanctum resembles an old Gothic church but its dark and dungeon-like ambiance is nothing close to a holy place. The dance floor gleams with blue and red lights allowing revelers to cut loose and dance to heady beats. While the DJs do their bit behind the console, good looking bartenders mix sizable drinks with flair. With intriguing decor and a splendid vibe, drop by Sanctum for a great night in town.
  • Karamba Nightclub

    1724 East McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 0231
    Karamba is an award winning night club located on the busy McDowell road in Phoenix. A friendly gay nightclub open to all, its popularity is evident with the number of events and shows they host through the week. Theme nights, salsa nights and a number of other events are regularly held at the club bringing local talent to center stage. This club also serves food and drink with the menu featuring a variety of tacos, burritos, nachos and a lot more. With a vibrant and eclectic atmosphere, come by Karamba for a great night in the city.
  • Club Palazzo

    710 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 229 1150
    Located in downtown Phoenix, Club Palazzo is a popular night club in the city. With bright and vibrant lights on the dance floor, the club gives off an energetic vibe and the music takes you to a completely different dimension. Don't let its tiny size fool you as you are sure to have a blast here. The best part is that the club is open till late and even offers a variety of drinks, light bites and a lot more. Come with friends to have an amazing time at Club Palazzo.
  • Sky Lounge

    132 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 229 1110
    Located in downtown Phoenix, Sky Lounge offers a lively atmosphere to enjoy thumping music with an eclectic crowd. The music mainly ranges from Reggaton to Latin music with plenty of scope to cut loose and dance on the floor. Live music events are mostly held at the 21 and above section upstairs where you get to listen to some classic performances by renowned local artists, and also to sip on well-crafted cocktails churned out by the bartenders. If you are looking for a decent hangout to enjoy your time with friends, then the Sky Lounge is the place to be.
  • El Capri

    2135 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 244 0551
    Walk in to the El Capri club on a weekend night and you will feel as if you have entered a club in Mexico. The norteño music and Latin dance music churned out by the live bands and DJs sets the tone for a great night out where you can dance in company of fellow revelers. Else, you also can sit at the bar and watch the crowd that is made up of skimpily dressed girls, and boys dressed in cowboy boots and tight jeans grooving to the music. The bar is well-stocked with tequilas and local beers, enough to keep the spirits of the house high.
  • Char's Has The Blues

    4631 North 7th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 230 0205
    Situated on the North 7th Avenue, Char's Has The Blues has been entertaining its bunch of regulars for a long time now. Although it does serve a choice of drinks, everything else takes a back seat once the music starts. The bar schedules a series of Blues, RnB and funk concerts as well as jam sessions every night of the week that keep you entertained. It's list of past performers include the famous The Kenny Gee Project and the Soul Power Band. Walk in here anytime of the week for a great night out with friends or just by yourself. 
  • Charlie's Phoenix

    727 West Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 265 0224
    Despite being a gay-friendly club, Charlie's is open to all looking to dance the night away. Move to the thumping tunes and country music mixed by the resident DJs each night at the club. Themed nights include drag shows, go-go boys and after-hour parties held throughout the week. The club has a friendly vibe and a drink menu of beer and cocktails fuel your time here. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
  • Shop (The)

    607 West Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 266 1763
    Tucked away in a corner at Hidden House Cocktail Lounge, The Shop, has a character of its own. What draws crowds to this no-frills setup is that you can dance with a hundred others to the mind-numbing, old school hip hop spun out by DJs like Al Page and KGB who have been around The Shop for years. Don't be surprised by patrons who have been visiting the club regularly for years. Exciting, loud and cramped, come by The Shop for a wicked night in Phoenix.
  • Monarch Theatre

    122 East Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States
    Replacing the PHX nightclub, the Monarch Theatre provides a much needed boost to the underground electronic music scene in Phoenix. Complete with an amazing sound system, the club hosts some of the best local DJs and award winning performers attracting large crowds through the week. Although focused on electronic music, the club also hosts nights of hip hop, dub step and old school music to bring in a change in routine. If you want to experience the best then make sure you visit the club on UK Thursdays where you can dance to music ranging from UK garage and grime to drum 'n' bass.
  • 9 Lounge

    24 North 2nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 253 0118
    Tucked at the back of the amazing sports bar Majerle's, 9 Lounge is a club which hosts DJ nights mainly on weekends. This is a perfect spot for an after-hour hangout where you can listen and dance to some awesome house music after watching a game at the sports bar next door. Make sure you call ahead prior to a visit.
  • Cash Inn Country

    2140 East McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 244 9943
    If you have an appetite for fun, then you will surely make the most of your time at the Cash Inn Country. This eclectic gay and lesbian bar and nightclub has something for every late night reveler. You can either dance to the hip hop and country music played by the DJs or challenge your friends to a game of pool or darts in the game room. With Karaoke and line dancing as part of the entertainment, Cash Inn Country truly qualifies as the happy, neighborhood den. Visit the bar during happy hours and avail of daily drinks specials which include discounts on draft beers and shots. 
  • Blue Martini

    5455 East High Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 480 638 2583
    Popular for pulling in the crowds, Blue Martini in North Phoenix is one heady venue. A patio bar and cocktail lounge, ensure that drinks flow aplenty. With a passel of events ranging from live music, DJ nights and special ladies nights, they have something for everyone. Drop by during the happy hours and avail of various discounts which are available on the whole menu. A chic and stylish lounge, Blue Martini sure knows how it's done. Check website for latest event line-up. 
  • Kobalt

    3110 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 264 5307
    Located on North Central Avenue in North Phoenix, Kobalt is a popular karaoke bar and nightclub catering to the city's fun-loving, after-work crowd. Music videos continuously play on Kobalt's big screen but if you happen to be here on a Tuesday or Sunday, then gulp down your drink and choose from a collection of karaoke tunes to belt out. Let the wonderful cocktails be your fuel as you walk up to the stage and let loose. The gay-friendly bar welcomes everyone looking for a great night out with Friday night happy hours considered to be the best in town offering great discounts and deals on drinks.
  • Bar1

    3702 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 266 9001
    This gay-friendly bar and club offers a friendly, laid-back atmosphere where you can drink and be a part of the electric crowd that comes in every day. What keeps the crowd around this haunt for hours is the patio outside where daily specials are downed while music videos play out on plasma screens. Themed events like Shirtless Nights on Mondays, Karaoke Nights on Tuesdays and Sexy Fun Day on Saturdays add a bit of fun to the evening. A heads up on the two-for-one cocktails during happy hours on Thursdays and draft beer for a dollar on Sundays.
  • Sochu House

    2801 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 340 9777
    Sochu House in Central Phoenix offers some great Asian Fusion delights. Enjoy the delicious Asian food with Western influences, served in tapas style. Savor the specialty Sochu tofu with dipping sauce made from sesame. Other delicacies like Asian 5 spice quail, sweet chili wings and BLT spring rolls are a hit. The decor of the house is upscale and the atmosphere is calm and cozy which makes it an ideal spot for a business or a romantic dining. On weekends, the Sochu House hosts DJs, much to the delight of those who want to cut loose and dance to some rocking music. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
  • 99 Degrees Lounge

    2532 West Peoria Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85029 United States - Phone: +1 602 943 2341
    If you are in North Phoenix and looking for an upscale hangout to nestle a few cocktails and dance, then head to the 99 Degrees Lounge. This lounge club is located inside the Crowne Plaza North hotel and is host to DJ nights on weekends, where hip hop music is the norm. Head to the dance floor with friends or enjoy a nice Mexican meal with margaritas. A must visit while in Phoenix. 
  • Q-Lounge

    8501 North 27th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85051 United States
    Q-Lounge could have been passed off as just another nightclub if not for the spacious, dual dance floors, electrifying music and the nightly events. Located in North Pheonix, the club covers a variety of dance music ranging from Latin to hip hop. If you are in a group and looking for edge while partying, then opt for the VIP spaces and bottle service. Order a round of shots and let the music move you; don't forget to call ahead and reserve your spot.
  • Castle Sports Club

    11420 North 19th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85029 United States - Phone: +1 602 331 2582
    Rearing out of the desert sands, this impressive structure really is a castle. And be prepared for a royal experience. Although Castle Sports Club possesses an impressive weight room, this massive sports facility offers so much more. Two in-line skating rinks are featured, where hockey leagues abound for all skill levels. The family is emphasized here, as are camps featuring instruction, coaching, and fun in sports like basketball, flag football and soccer. A snack bar provides refreshments and personal trainers are also available. Prices include a one-time initiation fee and monthly dues.
  • Casey at the Bat

    3947 East Union Hills Phoenix, AZ 85050 United States - Phone: +1 602 971 3224
    George Chadwick, the owner, claims that In-Line Hockey beats all other sports, "hands down." Judging by the 57 teams in the Inline Hockey league, he might be right. This place does set time aside for family skating and practice, but the big draw for skating fans is the league play. Besides the 14,400 square-foot roller rink, this fun park features ten batting cages with mechanical pitches varying from 40 to a sizzling 70 miles per hour. Three cages are set aside for slow pitch softball practice. For a more leisurely pace, there is even a miniature golf field.
  • Great Skate

    10054 North 43rd Avenue Glendale, AZ 85302 United States - Phone: +1 623 842 1181
    Get ready for old-fashioned fun at the largest roller rink in the city. Skate to a dazzling laser light show, with disco balls spinning overhead. Video games circle the rink, with coin-operated pool tables scattered about. Getting tired? Pop into the snack bar for a quick nibble and the soda of your choice. Hours of operation vary with times set aside for adults, kids and parents, and the "come one, come all" sessions.
  • Turf Soaring School

    8700 West Carefree Highway Peoria, AZ 85383 United States - Phone: +1 602 439 3621
    Throw caution to the wind and take a ride on one of the fine sailplanes at the Turf Soaring School. The FAA-licensed instructors will show you the ropes in the wild blue. Their fleet of fine tow and sailplanes are ready and waiting to carry you to this extreme adventure. In business since 1967, this facility offers glider rides, aerobatic rides and flight lessons. They also carry books on flight tests, glider books and gift certificates. For $109, you will receive a scenic introductory ride and an actual pilot's log book documenting your adventure. Those brave at heart may try the aerobatic rides.
  • Phoenix Convention Center

    100 North Third Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 602 495 5048
    Designed to accommodate up to 10,000 guests, this downtown venue is perfect for large events. With multiple spaces that include ballrooms, additional meeting rooms and exhibition halls, Phoenix Convention Center is often the preferred spot to host business meetings, conventions and other conferences. For more details on floor plans and facilities, do check the website.
  • Paseo Racquet Club

    6268 West Thunderbird Road Glendale, AZ 85306 United States - Phone: +1 623 979 1234
    Get in the swing with court play at this outstanding public facility. Offering 19 pristine courts and lights for night play, ball machine rentals and on-site professional lessons, you'll soon be a winner. Rent a ball machine from Paseo Racquet Club and enjoy the evening
  • Glendale Civic Center

    5750 West Glenn Drive Glendale, AZ 85301 United States - Phone: +1 623 930 4300
    This outstanding $8.5 million facility will host your functions in the charming city of Glendale. Groups of nearly 1,300 can be comfortably accommodated theater-style in the 13,000 square-foot Crowne Ballroom. Continental Catering is its exclusive food and beverage company, and the largest in Arizona. Call for further information on hosting your next event here. Your guests will love shopping in Glendale's historic district as well as Catlin Court, and beautiful Murphy Park is right across the street. Take a look at its informative Web site for upcoming events.
  • Phoenix Baptist Hospital and Medical Center

    2000 West Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85015 United States - Phone: +1 602 249 0212
    Since 1963 this facility has offered emergency services, surgical and outpatient facilities. CT scan facilities, birthing LDRP's, ultrasound, radiology, MRI, oncology and cardiopulmonary services are also available. In addition, respiratory, rehabilitation, community/social services and regular in-patient care are provided. Additional location: Arrowhead Community Hospital and Medical Center, 18701 North 67th Avenue, Glendale, AZ 85308. Phone +1 623 561 1000.
  • Arizona Heart Hospital (The)

    1930 East Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 532 1000
    This world-renowned facility is dedicated to the treatment and prevention of disorders of the pulmonary, cardiovascular and neurological systems only. Advanced patient monitoring systems are in place with direct access to your nurse and a wound-healing center offered. 24-hour emergency response services the Acute Cardiac Treatment (ACT) Program which provides statewide coverage. Helicopter transport is available.
  • John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital

    250 East Dunlap Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 943 2381
    Since 1927, John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital has offered trauma services as well as comprehensive outpatient and hospital services. Services include a breast care center, birthing center and a 24-hour emergency center. A Level 1 trauma center is also provided and helicopter transport is available.
  • St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center

    350 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 406 3000
    St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center full-service facility was founded more than a 100 years ago. It offers a 24-hour emergency level one trauma center, outpatient surgery, women's maternity and orthopedic services. In addition, a children's health center, Barrow Neurological Institute and cardiovascular and oncology services are provided. Helicopter transport is also available.
  • Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

    1111 East McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 239 2000
    This full-service hospital is the largest facility in the state. It provides a neonatal intensive care nursery and a pediatric critical care unit, as well as comprehensive in-patient care. It offers 24-hour emergency services and a trauma center in addition to helicopter transport. It is part of the Banner Health Systems.

    Additional Locations: Desert Samaritan Medical Center 1400 South Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85202 +1 480 835 3000

    Lutheran Heart Hospital 6750 East Baywood Ave Mesa, AZ 85206 +1 480 854 5146

    Mesa Lutheran Medical Center 525 West Brown Road, Mesa, AZ 85201 +1 480 834 1211

    Thunderbird Samaritan Medical Center 5555 West Thunderbird Road, Glendale, AZ 85306 +1 602 588 5555

    Valley Lutheran Medical Center 6644 East Baywood Ave Mesa, AZ 85206 +1 480 981 2000.
  • Phoenix Memorial Hospital

    1201 South Seventh Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 258 5111
    Phoenix Memorial Hospital has served the community since 1934, and offers complete services including 24-hour emergency care and Level 2 trauma. Nurse/midwifery services, mammography, MRI, telemetry, birthing, cardiovascular services and radiation, in addition to medical oncology, are all offered here.
  • St. Luke's Medical Center

    1800 East Van Buren Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States - Phone: +1 602 251 8100
    Since 1907 St. Luke's Medical Center hospital has been at the forefront of care services. The first open-heart surgery in Arizona was performed here in 1960. This facility provides services in the areas of surgery, neurology, emergency medicine, oncology, otolaryngology, gastroenterology, behavioral health, urology, podiatry and acute rehabilitation. 24-hour emergency services are offered.
  • Paradise Valley Hospital

    3929 East Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032 United States - Phone: +1 602 923 5000
    The following services are provided at this facility: emergency services, diagnostic imaging, transitional care unit, pediatric care, chest pain center, cardiac rehabilitation, breast cancer, sports medicine, wound and hyperbaric medicine, in addition to women and senior services. Open since 1983, this facility offers family-oriented medical care. Helicopter transport is available.
  • Phoenix Children's Hospital

    1919 East Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85016 United States - Phone: +1 602 546 1000
    As the only licensed pediatric hospital in the state, this facility serves nearly one-third of all its pediatric patients. Services include emergency services, biobehavioral services, pediatric critical care unit, and specialized services for serious illnesses and injuries (serves an area encompassing five states). In addition, the largest Level III nursery is here. Helicopter transport is available.
  • Maricopa Medical Center

    2601 East Roosevelt Phoenix, AZ 85008 United States - Phone: +1 602 344 5011
    This county hospital offers Level I trauma and emergency services. In addition, there is a regional burn center, pediatric emergency services, newborn intensive care unit (NICU) and pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). Other services include psychiatric care and a birthing center.
  • Carl T. Hayden VA Medical Center

    650 East Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 277 5551
    This Veterans' health care facility offers services which include a 24-hour life support facility (not a trauma center). Patient care includes adult health care, audiology/speech pathology, cardiac cath lab, CT scanner, hemodialysis, pulmonary function, respiratory care, nuclear medicine, post-traumatic stress disorder services and a Veterans' Outreach Center.
  • Mayo Clinic Hospital

    5777 East Mayo Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85054 United States - Phone: +1 480 515 6296
    This facility, associated with the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, offers full emergency and urgent care facilities in addition to air transport. Serving patients from all over the world, this hospital was designed and built by the Mayo Clinic. Services include radiology, diagnostics, cardiothoracic, critical care, oncology, dialysis, orthopedics, physical therapy and transplantation medicine. Air transport facilities are available.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    3420 East Shea Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85028 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Surprise Stadium

    15930 North Bullard Avenue Surprise, AZ 85374 United States - Phone: +1 623 222 2000 / +1 623 222 2222(Box Office)
    Surprise Stadium is nestled within the Surprise Recreation Campus and is the spring training center for the Kansas City Royals and the Texas Rangers. Built in 2002, the state-of-the-art double-tiered stands can hold more than 10,500 and welcomes local fans and baseball enthusiasts visiting the city. The facility features a well-maintained turf, top-grade flood lights and stellar fitness amenities. The seats promise a fantastic view of all the sporting action with the front rows so close to the lush green outfield; that loud cheers and jeers can be heard by your baseball idols.
  • Moon Valley Country Club

    151 West Moon Valley Drive Phoenix, AZ 85023 United States - Phone: +1 602 942 0000
    Located in the heart of the city, Moon Valley Country Club is a place with loads of sporting activities. The club has a big name in golfing tradition with a championship golf course. The tennis center offers eight hard courts with proper lighting to play at night. For those who need to work out to burn those extra calories or to maintain the perfect body tone, there is a fully-equipped fitness center. It has a fitness studio, spinning room, game room, steam room, Jacuzzi, massage room and a swimming pool. The Aquatic sports lovers can find a large number of aquatic programs. The swimming club gives out swimming lessons and also teaches water aerobics.
  • Central Arizona Raceway

    512 South Eleven Mile Corner Road Casa Grande, AZ 85222 United States - Phone: +1 520 723 8888
    Central Arizona Raceway is a 3/8 mile dirt racing track. It features Dwarf Cars, Mini Sprints, Barnett Harley Davidson Dirt Modifieds and Dirt Late Models. Fans of short track racing truly enjoy the competitions held here. The high rewards for Dwarf Car Nationals and other races lure some of the best and expert drivers. Participation in the professional races at affordable rates, what more could one can ask for?
  • AAA Taxi

    4525 East University Drive Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 437 4000
    AAA Full Transportation offers a wide range of services to cater to all your needs, from airport transfers to inner city travel. Whenever you book a cab, the computerized dispatch system identifies the nearest cab in the area and sends it your way. This rapid response system ensures that your waiting time is reduced to minimum. The drivers are courteous and can speak Spanish too.
  • Brown Hand Center

    20940 North Tatum Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85050 United States - Phone: +1 480 585 4263
    At the Brown Hand Center, all the surgeons and doctors are on a mission—to make our bodies fit and healthy. The specialized staff treats all the ailments related to bones, joints and tissues, in shoulders, arms, wrists and the hand in particular. In fact Brown Procedure, a very famous surgical operation is the brainchild of the Founder and Managing Director Dr. Michael Brown. So next time you injure your hand playing tennis, boxing or rugby, you know whom to contact!
  • Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia

    12575 West Golf Club Drive Peoria, AZ 85383 United States - Phone: +1 623 328 5100
    Out in the desert plains with not too many houses around (yet), this Gary Panks designed course provides a challenge with some pretty tight fairways and some formidable desert clears. Trilogy Vistancia provides an open look with the mountains in the far background while its long, tall, distinctive native grasses, make it anything but a spray-it-anywhere play. Just a few months ago, Trilogy Vistancia was one of the great hidden finds in Phoenix-Scottsdale area golf. The secret's out though, with it being rated a 25 out of 30 in the new Zagat public survey of America's Top Courses. That's the same rating the vaunted, PGA Tour-site TPC Scottsdale received. It's no stretch to argue that Trilogy Vistancia actually offers the better of the two playing experience values, reputations aside. Opens daily at 6am. Check website for more.
  • Phoenix

    Phoenix Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 6500(Tourist Information)
    The capital of Arizona, Phoenix is among the most popular tourist destinations. With a history of native Americans and Hispanics, this city still retains the distinct impressions of those times in the numerous galleries, art centers and museums it is home to. The rich ethos is reflected in the cultural fests and the cuisine who's flavors are deeply rooted in Mexican tradition. Major tourist hot-spots include South Mountain Park and Camelback Mountain among many other parks, nature centers and recreation spots the city features.
  • Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex

    14469 West Paradise Lane Surprise, AZ 85374 United States - Phone: +1 623 222 2400
    If playing tennis is your passion, and are still an amateur, then train yourself at the game at Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex. This swanky place offers 24 tennis courts along with a grand center court that neatly built and well facilitated. The complex has full fledged training programs for beginners and learners at junior and senior levels. There are also two indoor racquetball courts and table tennis tables. You can buy sports wear and gear at their pro shop. Several tournaments and championships are held here where renowned tennis star Anna Kournikova has made her mark here in the past. So all tennis buffs, head here; you might get the chance to be in their leagues. Call ahead for more information.
  • Christ's Church Of The Valley

    7007 West Happy Valley Road Peoria, AZ 85383 United States - Phone: +1 623 376 2444
    Christ's Church Of The Valley is one place where you will get connected to your spiritual side and learn from every event that takes place here. The church offers an auditorium where new talents and bands perform on weekends, with a relative message on life that you can take back. For a more enriched life, visit this church and experience something new everyday! To know more, visit their website.
  • Community Church of Joy

    21000 North 75th Avenue Glendale, AZ 85308 United States - Phone: +1 623 561 0500 / +1 623 362 3224
    The Community Church of Joy is a church that aims not only to provide people with a serene place to worship, but also one that strengthens their sense of community. There are many family-oriented events, like Halloween parties, that are organized. Parenting programs and donation drives are some of the other events held here.
  • North Phoenix Baptist Church

    5757 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 United States - Phone: +1 602 707 5701
    This church in North Phoenix came into spotlight because of the John McCain and pastor Dan Yeary controversy. North Phoenix Baptist Church has a strong base of followers and believers and is committed to spreading the faith within and outside the community. The church is quiet big and hosts regular religious events and discourses.
  • Arizona State Fairgrounds

    1826 West McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 252 6771
    From the Beach Boys and Brian White, Arizona State Fairgrounds has been the venue of choice for well known musicians and bands. However, despite the big performers, Arizona State Fairgrounds is best known for hosting the fun-filled Arizona State Fair. Today, the fairground hosts concerts, sporting events, trade shows and, of course, the Arizona State Fair.
  • North Gym at Phoenix College

    1202 West Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013 United States - Phone: +1 602 285 7175
    Located on the Phoenix College campus and home of the college's basketball (men) and volleyball (women's) teams, North Gym is one of the many sports facilities at the college. The gym was built in 1939 but underwent a complete makeover in the late 60s. The gym is spread over 54000 sq. feet and has a capacity of 2000.
  • Christ's Church of the Valley

    7007 W Happy Valley Road Peoria, AZ 85383 United States - Phone: +1 623 376 2444
    Come for service and worship, or come to some of the offered concerts. There are many activities planned at this church. See what's coming up.
  • Jet Charter Flights Phoenix

    122 North 2nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85004 United States - Phone: +1 623 321 3423
    Want to travel in the utmost stylish fashion either to or from Phoenix? Call and book your ride on a private jet! These planes are available for you 24/7 and, they are pet-friendly, so you can bring your favorite animal along for a ride of luxury.
  • Southwest Valley Family YMCA

    2919 North Litchfield Road Goodyear, AZ 85395 United States - Phone: +1 623 935 5193
  • Desert View Elementary School

    8621 North 3rd Street Phoenix, AZ 85020 United States - Phone: +1 602 347 4000
  • Reach 11 Sports Complex

    2425 East Deer Valley Road Phoenix, AZ 85050 United States - Phone: +1 602 262 4536
  • Madison Rose Lane School

    1155 East Rose Lane Phoenix, AZ 85014 United States - Phone: +1 602 664 7400
  • Rose Mofford Sports Complex

    9833 North 25th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85021 United States - Phone: +1 602 261 8011
  • Sunnyslope High School

    35 West Dunlap Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85021 United States - Phone: +1 623 915 8760
  • Litchfield Park

    Litchfield Park Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 United States - Phone: +1 623 935 5033
    A small city in the Maricopa County of Arizona, Litchfield Park lies surrounded by major cities like Phoenix, Glendale, and Peoria. Though small in its size and number of residents, this city has a lot to offer the discerning visitor. Home to golf courses, Litchfield Park is a haven for golf lovers, with the Tuscany Falls Golf Course, the Pebble Creek Golf Resort, and the Wigwam Country Club all spread out in or nearby the city. The city is also home to numerous parks, is in close proximity to the Glendale Municipal Airport, and offers a wealth of recreational services. Litchfield Park is also well-known for its arts and culture festivals, notable among them the Litchfield Park Festival of the Arts. See the website to know more.
  • Maricopa Center

    20800 North John Wayne Parkway Maricopa, AZ 85139 United States - Phone: +1 520 494 6400
    This wing of Central Arizona College was started in 2006 as an education center. As of now it accommodates students from various backgrounds - adults, freshmen and transfers. Career guidance is provided to residents at Maricopa Center.
  • Arizona Country Club (The)

    5668 East Orange Blossom Lane Phoenix, AZ 85018 United States - Phone: +1 480 947 7666
    Winning a series of awards, The Arizona Country Club offers prime sports and recreational facilities along with services that put the entire family at ease. The undulating greens of its golf course challenges professionals as well as amateurs and has hosted a series of championship games. Also on-site are tennis courts and swimming pools with regular classes scheduled for kids. Dining options include The Outpost Bar & Grill; perfect for both a light bite after a game or sit down dinners with the family. Suited for both corporate as well as social events, rental spaces at the club come with service staff that help with the food and decor. For more information, do visit their website.
  • Arizona Hammers Soccer Complex

    2149 North 99th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85037 United States
    What started off as the Fear Farm, the renowned haunted attraction in the city has now morphed into an excellent sports facility with a focus on soccer. Home to the Arizona Hammers, the stellar facility not only acts as a training venue for young hopefuls for the team, but also hosts a number of club level tournaments. Check website for schedules and more.
  • Arizona State Capitol Grounds

    1700 West Washington Street Phoenix, AZ 85007 United States - Phone: +1 602 252 4200
    Arizona State Capitol Grounds is a multipurpose ground where various events are held. They offer their ground for large luncheons, dinners, social functions, exhibitions, concerts and events. The space is huge and can accommodate a large number of people for big celebrations. Call ahead for more details.
  • CO+HOOTS

    1027 East Washington Street Suite 107 Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States - Phone: +1 602 688 2825
    CO+HOOTS is downtown Phoenix's only shared coworking office, providing a space for independent workers. The venue offers a number of resources to aid patrons in their work days and foster an office environment. There is a coffee shop located in the building and the community of like-minded and motivated individuals will inspire productivity.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    402 West Monroe Street Phoenix, AZ 85003 United States - Phone: +1 602 254 6356
    The First Presbyterian Church in Phoenix region of Arizona occupies tremendous monumental value. It was constructed in 1927, and has adapted the Mission/Spanish Revival style of architecture. The site is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
  • Garfield Methodist Church

    1302 East Roosevelt Street Phoenix, AZ 85006 United States
    Garfield Methodist Church is located in Phoenix, Arizona and was built in 1926. This Mission/Spanish Revival style building is a iconic landmark on Roosevelt Street. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 10, 1993.

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