Stereotypes are made to be broken... and conformed with. Kenny hails from the Dirty South, aka the Dirty Dirty or, simply, Atlanta. He ventured out here for a restart in life. What better place than a city linked mythologically to resurrection? Kenny has a penchant for all things creative. Art, music, homemade gin and tonics, architecture, writing and sweet tea are all important aspects of the world of Kenny Bump. You will catch him strolling Downtown for that evasive perfect meal, or to just to mingle with the peeps at a First Friday. If you want to know anything about the stereotypes of the South, the magnificence of grits or why sweet tea is a viable resource, then Kenny is your guy. He currently resides in the Garfield district.
That succulent smell wafting up 1st Street? That’s the slow-cooked barbacoa at Vitamin T.
Make plans for a sugar coma following an order of this pizza joint’s sinfully sweet treat.
A north Phoenix favorite has descended upon Downtown.
Was it armadillo meat or buffalo meat in this sloppy joe? Read on to find out.
It’s hard to go wrong with a fresh hunk of fry bread, especially when it’s paired with a hearty red chile stew.
At the intersection of Fillmore Street and 7th Avenue, I found the source of the exciting smells: Azteca Bakery & Mexican Fast Food.
Want to channel the fall weather? This drink makes your mind go positively autumn.
Tradition and melted cheese collide at this Downtown mainstay.
Lots o’ toppings and cheese, cheese and more cheese. This is a new kind of pizzeria in the Arizona Center.
A tasty nacho is one thing, but tasty nachos piled high with juicy braised beef? This is bliss!