Let’s face it, sometimes the time gets away from us and before you know it, it’s ten o’clock and all of your favorite restaurants are closed. So where does one go to get a late night meal in Phoenix? Here’s a list of places where you can dine late into the night.
Open until 1:30 a.m. seven nights a week, Hanny’s serves food like appetizers, pizzas, sandwiches and dessert until 1 a.m.
Copper Blues may be known for its more than 60 taps and live music, but they also serve a tasty bites late-night menu midnight to 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Enjoy Irish fare like Shepherd’s Pie, corned beef and cabbage or one of their salads or sandwiches until midnight. Stay and enjoy a Guinness to wash it all down until 2 a.m. seven days a week.
Another downtown Phoenix Irish pub, Turf serves their regular menu until 10 p.m. and appetizers until 12 a.m., Sunday – Thursday, then Friday and Saturday you can enjoy the regular menu until 11 p.m. and appetizers until 1 a.m. The bar serves drinks until 2 a.m daily.
Christmas festivities are already kicking off and wine and pie are on the menu in our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend:
Arizona Wine Growers Association Festival at the Farm: November 15-16
The beautiful Farm at South Mountain is the setting for this festival featuring 30 of Arizona's top wine producers and grape growers showcasing their goods. Guests will get to meet with the wine producers, sample their vino, and learn about the state's wine production through interactive seminars.
Christmas Tree Lighting at the Outlets at Anthem: November 15-17
Do you know where you can see the country's tallest fresh-cut Christmas tree? It's right here in Phoenix! In addition to the the lighting of the tree on Saturday evening, family-friendly holiday celebrations will take place all weekend with live music, giveaways and more.
The weather will be too perfect to stay indoors this weekend! Perusing outdoor markets or strolling through the sculptures on display at the Desert Botanical Garden are just a few of our top things to do in Phoenix this weekend.
Chihuly In The Garden (Opens November 10)
The spectacular glass sculptures of renowned artist Dale Chihuly return to the Desert Botanical Garden this Sunday. Advanced reservations are recommended for this very popular exhibit.
Advocare 500 NASCAR Weekend (November 8-10)
There's a whole weekend of high-speed thrills at Phoenix International Raceway before Sunday's main event, the Advocare 500. The Lucas Oil 150 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicks things off on Friday night and Saturday's Service Master 200 NASCAR Nationwide Series race hits the track Saturday evening.
Although fall temps have officially arrived in Phoenix, locals are often alerted to the start of the season by the appearance of pumpkin flavored food and drinks. Now that we’re well into October, there are plenty of places in Phoenix to get your pumpkin fix.
(Please keep in mind many of these items are seasonal and may or may not be available when you visit. It’s best to call and check first.)
Take a minute and enjoy this tour through downtown, Phoenix's urban heart. It's where you go to dine beneath the skyline, see live music at a club or concert hall, shop for fashion or gifts at an independent retailer, watch pro sports teams, or take in the arts at a museum. All of this (and more) is within walking distance of downtown hotels and light-rail stations.
Featured in this video are Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails, MLB's Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field, Vintage by Misty, Phoenix Art Museum, Nobuo at Teeter House, Crescent Ballroom and CityScape Phoenix.
When it comes to the best things to do in Phoenix, few people know more than the experienced concierges at Greater Phoenix's resorts and hotels. We've got tips, secrets and recommendations from more than a dozen concierge hosts, and we'll be sharing their insider knowledge with you during the coming months.
This week we feature James Cordova of the Hyatt Regency Phoenix.
What are your top five recommendations for visitors to do/see while they are in Phoenix?
First Fridays Art Walk: One of the largest in the country!
Japanese Friendship Garden: A gift from Himeji, Japan, one of Phoenix’s sister cities.
Name one “secret” location that a traveler must visit.
Dobbins Lookout at South Mountain Park and Preserve is, without question, the best view of the entire city. You can hike, bike or drive to the top.