Phoenix City Travel Guide

Phoenix City Travel Guide

As you’ll quickly discover, one of the great pleasures of Phoenix is exploring its multi-faceted personality. Copper Square/Downtown Phoenix – Copper Square is where history meets the future, showcasing Phoenix’s historic town site, its recent revitalization, and continued resurgence into the future.

The excitement and sophistication of one of America’s fastest growing cities is showcased in downtown Phoenix, and Phoenix Convention Center is in the center of it all. Restaurants, nightlife, premier hotels, unique retail shops, a 24-movie theater complex, diverse theaters, history and science museums, a sports arena and modern ballpark surround the convention center. So much. So close. So go!

Name your game, and Phoenix has it! Baseball, basketball, auto racing and hockey, water sports, tennis and, of course, there’s the golf. For those more artistically inclined, Phoenix offers countless cultural activities including outstanding museums, galleries, performing arts and fine dining. And the city’s near-perfect climate makes outdoor activities, such as desert jeep tours, hot-air ballooning and horseback riding a way of life.

Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen, satisfying your Mexican food cravings from specialty margaritas to savory chimichangas for 60 years. Offering distinctive flavorful Mexican cuisine for your banquet and catering needs.

Seasons 52 is a fresh grill and wine bar with a seasonally-inspired menu. The ambiance is casual perfect for a business lunch or special night out. There is a separate lactose-free and gluten-free menu, for example, so this is a good spot to accommodate larger groups.

The Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar menu is a wonderful combination of the finest USDA prime beef, aged to perfection and hand-cut daily on site and other flavorful dishes, including fresh seafood, salads, and delectable appetizers. Fleming’s offers more than 100 wines by the glass and have an Award-Winning Reserve List.

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