Swing by the Melrose District this Saturday, March 4 for a day of fun and community at the neighborhood’s annual M7 Street Fair.
Vintage cars, food and entertainment weren’t the only highlights of the m7 Street Fair.
The 11th Annual m7 Street Fair brings together local food, merchants, entertainment, and beautiful classic cars for one of the best street fairs in Phoenix.
Slightly spicy with just the right depth of flavor, this is some seriously good barbecue.
If you’re heading to the m7 Street Fair, check out the locally owned businesses that are making this neighborhood one of the hottest in town.
In 2001, the m7 Street Fair launched as a means to announce the formation of the Seventh Avenue Merchants Association. This year, they’re expecting up to 20,000.
Grandview is the first neighborhood I’ve lived in that makes me want to participate, to watch out for my neighbors and enjoy the diversity.
Pierson Place in Uptown Phoenix offers a great mix of affordability, various architectural styles, history and amenities close by.
Talk about a beast. When it arrived, I mistook it for a burrito. And, I am talking a Chipotle-eat-your-heart-out size burrito.
The Woodlea Melrose neighborhood includes over 350 single-family homes in the area bound by Indian School Road on the south, the Grand Canal on the north, 7th Avenue on the east and 15th Avenue on the west.