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.
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.
Browse the largest flea market in the region at this downtown outdoor market. Amazing prices are what you'll find everyday. Purchase everything from luggage to jewelery to furniture. 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, at the southwest corner of 40th Street and Washington. Parking is free on all days. Admission is free on Friday.
Fun is the magic word in this shop founded by Bert Easley more than 50 years ago. Still family operated, it offers thousands of novelty items, sure to please any age. Items from practical jokes to magic, and gag tricks to party supplies are all to be found in 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.
Located in downtown Phoenix, this park-like shopping center is highly accessible to major sporting events. "A marketplace with class" accurately describes the Center. More than 50 unique shops and restaurants fill any shopper's urge to splurge. Tables are located outdoors for dining al fresco in a comfortable atmosphere. Sundown takes on the feel of a street party, Southwestern style. Catch a movie at the AMC theaters, shop at exclusive stores and then grab a bite to eat at the number of restaurants serving different cuisines.
Bodega 420 is a valuable addition to Roosevelt Street's eclectic retail scene. Occupying a historic 1930s home, this neighborhood store gets its name from its address. Owners John Sagasta and Adrian Fontes have partnered with local farms to source fresh fruits and vegetables. On the shelves are an array of items from condiments, candy, milk, and kitchenware, as well as art supplies, musical instrument parts, tires, hardware and repair kits. Occasionally, the outdoor porch stages live music, making way for a community gathering of sorts.
Making waves in the fashion world for its unconventional and spontaneous selection of vintage finds, is Vintage By Misty in the heart of the city. Owned and operated by the fashion-forward Misty Guerriero, this chic boutique has on sale an array of well-conserved clothing, jewelry and home decor from the 1960s through the 1990s. The globe-spanning collection is an eclectic mix of colors, prints and textures characteristic of each decade; and every piece up for grabs is a warranted one-of-a-kind.
La Grande Orange Grocery is a mix of a grocery store plus a cafe. The food is delicious here and service great.But not many people can sit here. Try their pizza, wings, green tea, gelato etc. They have a huge choice for you to select from. You can order your lunch or dinner here and also shop for your grocery needs including fruits, vegetables, meats, wines, gifts, breads, baked stuff. A neighborhood buzz this place is always crowded.
Downtown Phoenix's cultural center resides in this concentrated section that covers approximately 90 square blocks of fine restaurants and shopping experiences. 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 Museum of Science and Technology. One bustling hotbed of interesting shops, clubs and fine restaurants is the popular Arizona Center. Apparel and southwestern gift shops coexist with fine jewelry stores and merchants with leather accessories. 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 assuaged with lunch on the garden patio with a rice bowl or burrito, then off to the movies for a cool respite.
This little jewelry shop provides you with assistance with extensive jewelry experience. Allow Harry Rosenzweig, Jr., and Ben Rosner to provide you with a full range of jewelry services here, including insurance and estate appraisals, watch and jewelry repair and elite lines of designer jewelry. Affiliated with many societies and associations such as the AGS and GIA, they are dedicated to the jewelry industry. They're located just north of the Heard Museum on Central, in the Regency House Condo building.
Featuring New Age architectural style, this fully enclosed mall encompasses
1.3 million square feet. Anchored by Macy's and the Apple Store, this is a west side favorite. Highlights include a food court, AMC theater, over 140 retailers, stylish sculptures ...
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 ...
This Southwestern style hotel has comfortable suites are furnished with
either a single king size bed or two queens and a queen sized pull out sofa sleeper. Enjoy coffee by the sparkling pool or soak in the outdoor spa. ...