Comfort Inn West
1344 N. 27th Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85009
Phone: (602) 415-1623
Fax: (602) 415-1838
If looking for products and services to extend your pottery skills beyond just a hobby, then take a look here. Raw materials and tools like kilns, glazes, clay and much more are available. You will be surprised to discover this enriching local store that hosts events like Clay Olympics. Get educated on new solutions to enhance ceramic art and give it business viability. Through their Arizona School of Fire Arts and other specialized classes, they reach out to all interested individuals.
Self-described, local 'dork', Bert Easley opened this costume shop more than 50 years ago on Mcdowell and 7th Avenue. It's still family owned and operated, where the Easleys offer thousands of novelty items for every age group. Practical joke kits, gag tricks, party supplies, accessories and make-up are just a few things on the shelves. Looking for that special costume for your masquerade? You will find a full costume line, complete with make-up and wigs. It's obviously insane for Halloween, but luckily after shopping, there's a couple of restaurants nearby like How Do You Roll for DIY sushi or Potbelly's Sandwich Shop.
Wide World of Maps, Inc. is your one stop shop for every map imaginable. With stores in and around Arizona, they offer a good selection of books and recreational maps, travel guides and even cookbooks. They also have map design services to create original maps as per customer specifications. Large-sized laminating services are available here as well. Featuring more than 30,000 items, you can shop online or enjoy a more personal experience at their retail outlet.
This open air marketplace is truly a Phoenix gem. A program from the non-profit organization, Community Food Connections, the market strives to create a community gathering place where the denizens of Phoenix can find locally made products, produce and artisan food. Open rain or shine, patrons will find a bounty of seasonal produce, baked goods, vegan alternatives, gourmet jams and jellies, artisanal cheeses, homemade dog treats, fresh tortillas made from scratch and so much more! Visit on a Friday, when the local food trucks come out in droves.
At Bunky Boutique you will find a fine selection of top designers and brands like So Charlotte, Splendid, Flying Tomato and Yogitoes. They also sell exquisitely created jewelry and gifts. Check them out and pick up a few goodies for loved ones.
Revolver Records is your one stop shop for vinyl LPs in downtown Phoenix. This store opened in 2007 and features an impressive selection of over 25,000 new and secondhand items. Stroll down aisles of LPs, CDs and DVDs in jazz, soul, blues, reggae, classic rock, country and hip-hop styles. Also on sale are vintage turntables, receivers, amplifiers, speakers and sound accessories. In addition, they buy used products, hence a great deal on your collection is guaranteed.
CityScape, located in Downtown Phoenix, is an urban project that provides plenty of entertainment. From great restaurants like Blue Hound and Chloe's Corner to a bowling alley and retail shops, CityScape encompasses everything, from dining and shopping, to business and nightlife. The Arrogant Butcher and The Breakfast Club are two other restaurants which merit attention and it is a good place to catch a show in the open space, from movies to live bands, this place has it all.
The French Cock Boutique & Oddities is a unique feature on the downtown Phoenix shopping front, with a quirky inventory to match. On entering one wouldn't know where to start with myriad collectibles and curios on display. Peruse their collection of handicrafts, knick-knacks, ceramics, garden art, antiques and one-of-a-kind finds. Take home something as decor for your living room or a gift or souvenir.
Located in downtown Phoenix, this park-like shopping center is close to many of the city's major sporting venues. A marketplace with class accurately describes the Center as more than 50 unique shops and restaurants fit every shopper's urge to splurge. At sundown, the place takes on the feel of a street party, Southwestern style. Catch a movie at the AMC theaters, shop at exclusive stores or grab a bite to eat at the number of restaurants serving different cuisines. They often have tables outside for dining al fresco in a comfortable, chic ambiance.
Jayne's Marketplace, this fun store is replete with fantastic representations of Southwestern paraphernalia. You will find unusual gift items, apparel, home accessories and even knick-knacks of every type imaginable. Wall decor, pottery, yard candleholders and picture frames are offered, all in fabulous color, style and flavor. If you are looking for a birthday gift or souvenir for someone special, you will no doubt find the perfect choice. Brightly lit and casual, you will find yourself at home in no time and in no hurry to leave. If you're looking for lunch, try Sam's Cafe.
This specialty shoe shop is all about the hottest kicks. Urban chic, these shoes range from rare Jordan's, Nike's, and Adidas. Retail prices range from budget friendly under USD 100 to well over USD 1000 for the more rare pairs. Whether you're adding to your collection or looking for a pair no one else has on the streets, this is the shop to visit!
Here's a boutique that caters to all your needs from cards and stationery to books and home decor. It has a great selection of items that can be good for gifts or just keeping for yourself. Apart from their inventory, they also hold regular events like art and writing workshops and book groups.