Phoenix Rising. (Neighborhood)

By Villani, John | Sunset, July 2002 | Go to article overview

Phoenix Rising. (Neighborhood)


Villani, John, Sunset


NEIGHBORHOOD

Phoenix rising

CENTRAL PHOENIX IS AN ADVENTURE WAITING TO HAPPEN. It's home to eclectic
lounges, coffee bars, and restaurants catering to the city's artists and
nightlife lovers. We checked in with four art gallery owners to learn
where to go for great art, food, and fun.

                            Ethinic eats            Great live
                            on the cheap            music

Paulina Miller              Athenian Express        Phoenix
Paulina Miller              "Wonderful Greek food"  Symphony Hall
Studio Gallery              814 N. Central Ave.;    "A treasured
817 N. First St.;           (602) 712-0011          cultural palace."
(602) 307-9643                                      225 E. Adams St.;
                                                    (602) 262-7272




Randy Slack                 Bubba's Art Gallery     Monroe's Food &
3carpileup                  & Caribbean Cafe        Fine Spirits
1500 N.W. Grand             "Spicy food and good    "Up close and
Ave. (closed Jun-Sep)       art." 614 E. Adams;     personal blues."
                            (602) 307-5893          3 W. Monroe St.;
                                                    (602) 258-1046

Bob Diehl                   El Nortino              The Rhythm Room
Artfit Exhibition           "Down-home              "Funky place for
Space                       Mexican barbecue."      live tunes." 1019 E.
214 E. Roosevelt;           1002 N. Seventh Ave.;   Indian School Rd.;
(602) 340-8034 or           (602) 254-4629          (602) 265-4842
www.artfit.com

Kathleen Thomas             Eriberto's Mexican      Char's Has the Blues
Studio LoDo                 Food                    "Really good blues."
Contemporary Art            "Never closes."         4631 N. Seventh;
15 E. Jackson St., no 111;  3437 N. Seventh;        (602) 230-0205
(602) 200-8790 or           (602) 264-8517
www.studiolodo.com


                            Young artists         Cool cocktails
                            hang out at...

Paulina Miller              The Paisley Violin    Portland's Cafe
Paulina Miller              European Cafe &       Royale
Studio Gallery              Gallery               "Good wine
817 N. First St.;           "Business with        selection." 105 W.
(602) 307-9643              energy."              Portland St.;
                            128 E. Roosevelt St;  (602) 795-7480
                            (602) 254-7843 or
                            www.paisleyviolin. … 

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