Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Near ASU
1635 N Scottsdale Road
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (480) 947-3712
Fax: (480) 949-7902
Head on over to this fabulous denim recycler, where you can sell or trade your old jeans and locate cool used denim apparel. Recycled Levi's and many other styles and brands are available, including clam diggers, capri pants and bell-bottoms. Jeans can be coupled with an awesome Hawaiian or Guayabera lounge shirt to create a classic retro look. All you need is a peace sign to step back in time!
Voted Best Antique Store by the Arizona Republic, Antique Trove sells local treasures from the 50s and 60s along with Star Wars memorabilia creating an interesting blend of the old and new. For those just starting on the fascinating world of antique picking, a vast collection of informational guides can help you become a master at identifying true pieces. More than 3700 titles on antiques are available.
In Downtown Tempe is where you will find the Mill Avenue District. The Mill Avenue District's major attractions include Tempe Town Lake and Sun Devil Stadium. But in addition to these attractions the district is also full of vibrant atmosphere from the many restaurants, bars, cafes and shops. Mill Avenue is also the site of many of Tempe's major events, festivals and parades.
Step into this compact store, located among the famous shops of Tempe's Mill Avenue, for a great selection of quality name brand shoes. Featuring German designed Birkenstock sandals, Mephisto ultra-comfortable walking shoes and a variety of other famous brands like A.R.T. and Doc Martens, the store carries a large line of both men's and women's footwear. Designer handbags and specialty socks are also available. The friendly and helpful staff adds much to a pleasant shopping experience.
This fascinating gift shop stocks items handpicked and purchased by its globe-hopping owner, Clay Poulson. Brightly colored clothing, intricately woven bags and delightfully different purses make up the bulk of the items, interspersed with an occasional colorful tapestry. Rare jewelry imported from 15 countries is also on display, as well as handmade hemp products. This is a great place to browse for that unique gift. Note that this merchant does not accept credit cards. If you are hungry after shopping, check out the nearby In Season Deli!
Tucked inside a historic bakery built in 1888, is a quaint shop of handmade collectibles. Filled with dolls, ornaments and knick-knacks, all proceeds from this "volunteer only" store go to support the Sister City Fund. This organization sends Tempe high school students abroad each year to experience new cultures, and it funds the teacher exchange with its sister cities. In return, the students then host visitors from other countries shopping here. It supports a worthwhile cause, so stop by and browse and help "bring the world together...one friendship at a time."
This hidden gem is located in Tempe, a suburban neighborhood of Phoenix. In this historic distillery you can take a tour through the creation process of their hand crafted bourbon, gin and whiskey - all made with locally sourced ingredients. The Arizona Distilling Company is known as being the first distillery to produce liquor in Arizona after the Prohibition era. You can also taste the spirits after the tour, and enjoy the soft lavender tone in the gin and the smooth notes of caramel and vanilla in the bourbon. Arizona Distilling Company is perfect for discovering local history and enjoying some drinks with friends.
This three-tiered shop features current fad styles for today's hippies. From New York City to the Streets of San Francisco, this trendy chain of stores clothes the cool crowd. Silk trimmed jeans, tie-dyed T-shirts and accessories for making your own grunge statement. Besides the clothing, you can find all manner of knick-knacks, candle holders, picture frames, and mugs, all with the urban feel of today's youth. It even sells some furniture to deck out your new digs, like stylish chairs and streamlined lamps. The staff is young, hip, and helpful.
Not very big on decor, DeFalco's is a cozy little family-run Italian eatery in South Scottsdale. The food here is a crowd-puller especially the sandwiches and keeps the place busy with locals. DeFalco's has been serving authentic Italian cuisine for years now and the secret behind their great food is the use of original recipes passed down through generations and made with only the freshest of ingredients. They also stock the widest variety of meats, cheese, home-made sausage, sauces and much more which you can also purchase.
This fashion forward boutique in Tempe is popular for its accessories. Packed to brim, yet carefully curated the charming shop of Here on the Corner carries everything you need to outfit yourself from head to toe. From shoes, clothing, down to the accessories, you can find just what you need for that upcoming office party or special date.
Named not for the Turkish city but for the owners, Cafe Istanbul—Lebanese cafe offers exotic tastes in a comfortable atmosphere. It was voted "Best Middle Eastern" restaurant by the Arizona Republic. It is a favorite with Arizona State University students and fans of ethnic cuisine. The atmosphere is casual, with scattered Middle Eastern accessories and a lively, college town clientèle. Enjoy a full range of authentic Lebanese dishes from Kafta (ground beef) Kabobs to Chicken Shwarma and Vegetable Musaka. Try the Saut Lamb's Tongue.
In existence since 1977, this totally cool shop offers an extensive selection of in-line skates. When you think of wheels, think Sidewalk Surfer! If you have jumped on board and experienced the thrill of gopeds, snowboards, skateboards and rollerblades, this is the place to shop. Clothes and shoes go together, and here you will definitely find all of your favorite tags. No outfit would be complete without the perfect pair of shades, and there are so many choices it makes your head spin.