Spring is In The Air!

springSpring is upon us! The glory days of day drinking are upon us my friends, and I am here to offer you some advice as to where to go and soak up the beautiful Arizona springtime.

Richardson’s Cuisine of New Mexico
$5 Mimosas, Bellinis and Bloody Mary’s all day long, plus a beautiful covered patio to boot? Sold. Located in Central Phoenix, Richardson’s offers spicy, hearty brunch Saturday and Sunday until 4:30 pm, making It a local favorite.

The Vig Arcadia
The Vig offers half price bottles of wine all day Sundays, and for you gentlemen who don’t quite enjoy wine- it’s worth it, there is a bocce court! The Vig also offer $3 margaritas and $3 moretti bottled beer, as well as a live band from 3pm-6pm.

Chelseas Kitchen
Chelseas offers a phenomenal weekend brunch with organic, fresh food and delicious sangria on the side. Located on the Arizona canal, Chelseas has a beautiful open patio covered by lush greens, making it the ideal location for a weekend brunch.

Postino’s Central/Federal Pizza
Owned by the same company and located across the street from each other, each offers unique cuisine, good wine and great cocktails. All cocktails, pitchers of beer and glasses of wine are $5 until 5pm every day, so drink up!

There are many, many more restaurants in the Valley to choose from, these are just a few notable ones in the Central Phoenix corridor (the oldest and most beautiful part of Phoenix)! Email me at nicolejohnson@global.t-bird.edu if you ever have any questions about what to do around the Valley of the Sun!

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