The turkey is gone, the dishes are clean, now what? If you have out-of-town visitors to entertain, we have some suggestions for you.
The day after Thanksgiving officially marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Instead of fighting the crowds on Black Friday, take your visitors shopping on Saturday for Small Business Saturday. You’re sure to find unique gifts for everyone on your list, show your guests what fantastic local shopping options Phoenix has and they’ll go home with fond memories of their Thanksgiving weekend. We recommend:
Smeeks 10 West Camelback Road, Phoenix
Practical Art 5070 North Central Avenue in Phoenix
Bunky Boutique 1437 North 1st Street, Phoenix
Experience the Local Flavor
The last thing you probably want to do after preparing a Thanksgiving feast is cook. So take your guests out to sample the local flavors of Phoenix.
Phoenix Public Market Open-Air Market, Saturday 8am – 1pm 721 North Central Avenue, Phoenix
Experience the West
So we may know that as Phoenicians we don’t all ride horses to work and wear cowboy boots every day, but some of our visiting family may think so. Show them a good time at any of these Wild West themed establishments.
Rustler’s Rooste 8383 South 48th Street, Phoenix
Pinnacle Peak Patio Steakhouse 10426 East Jomax Road, Scottsdale
Greasewood Flat 27375 North Alma School Parkway, Scottsdale
El Chorro 5550 East Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley
Get Into the Holiday Spirit
Get into the holiday spirit this weekend with Christmas tree lightings, ice skating rinks and visits from Santa and more.
Take a Day Trip
There are plenty of great destinations that are only a few hours away from Greater Phoenix. Show your guests how beautiful Arizona really is with these day trip ideas.Comment