The Brentwood Historic District, which is part of the Greater Coronado Neighborhood Association, will be holding its first-ever home tour on Sunday, February 28.
The Diamond family wants to make The Main Ingredient Ale House and Café into Coronado’s neighborhood bar and hangout spot.
One of the things that makes Downtown Phoenix interesting is the presence of several residential neighborhoods filled with homes built from the 1920s to the 1950s.
I realize it sounds odd to order a seemingly childish dish, but after eating this melty, cheesy bowl of amazingness, this entrée should be at the top of your list every time you go.
Upon setting foot inside this quaint cottage, you can sense the vibe they are going for — a down-home, in-your-neighborhood feel with an expansive menu.
For those of us that just want to chill on New Year’s Day, which is also First Friday, SuTRA Midtown Yoga has come to the rescue with its New Years After Party.
Over the past two years, amidst all the new buildings popping up, Downtown Phoenix has quietly become a national leader in promoting adaptive reuse.
Just get into your car and drive to 7th Street and Thomas Road, and BAM! You, my friend have entered another dimension.
Whether you’re going for a run-of-the-mill cut, or you want blue hair, there is someone at Hair Pollution who can fulfill your needs.
I’m a firm believer in the fact that every town needs a place that is cooler than most of its patrons. Phoenix can find that in That’s a Wrap.