Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
202 East McDowell Road
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: (602) 528-9100
Fax: (602) 258-7259
202 East McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85004
- Phone: (602) 528-9100
- Fax: (602) 258-7259
Bars & Cafes
The Giant Coffee introduces to it's customers a casual coffee shop that serves from 7 am to 7 pm. It is a modest outlet with a sleek and modern approach. Featuring some amazing Baristas, hot chocolates and beautiful lattes, the shop is a great attraction for people of all ages. The shop keeps updating its menu thereby retaining the novelty of the drink.
Enjoy a mouth watering scoop of goodness at Nami. With the name conceived from their most note-worthy item on the menu, the tSoynami, this quirky spot in Phoenix delights with a range of soy based ice-creams that come in flavors such as O’, Ginger Snap!, Cookie Party, Don Quixote and Fluffernutterin. The cafe also offers coffee fixes and vegan baked goodies for those wanting a bit more. A clever idea suited for those looking for healthier choice when it comes to their favorite dessert. Don't miss their delicious vegan cupcakes.
Located in the courtyard of the Heard Museum, this cozy cafe features light, regionally-inspired salads and sandwiches in a picturesque setting. The cafe is accessible without paying admission to the museum. A trickling fountain and the shade from the Ironwood trees make this a relaxing and enjoyable place for a leisurely lunch while visiting the museum. Food is prepared by the nearby University Club and includes items like the Santa Fe Salad and High Desert Wrap sandwiches.
Portland's is nestled in the heart of Downtown Phoenix and is easily accessible. This sophisticated bistro is the reference point for timeless American favorites like burgers, steaks, seafood, sandwiches and salads. A selection from the impressive wine list matches perfectly with a charcuterie platter. Put together your own creation of cured meats, aged cheeses, dried fruits and homemade sauces. The main course menu comprises of Scottish salmon, prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, fire-seared Cowboy chop, Cajun shrimp pasta and Alfredo burger. Sign off with Claire’s flourless chocolate torte.
Like the venue within which it is housed, the Songbird Coffee & Tea House exudes a creative, artsy feel. With exotic blends from around the world, beverages here are tempered with love and served with flare; rich in aroma, flavor and comfort. The food menu is created fresh each day with ingredients sourced from well within state lines. As for entertainment, the cafe showcases local artists and performers, both upcoming and familiar. So for a twist in the way you take you tea, try Songbird Coffee & Tea House.
Fair Trade Cafe offers local, organic fair trade coffee to the Phoenix area. This cafe believes in roasting local coffee not only because of better taste, but also because it puts money back into the Greater Phoenix community. The menu is decidedly vegetarian, with plenty of vegan options as well. Feel like indulging your sweet tooth? Try one of its locally made ice creams, featuring seasonal flavors like pumpkin pie and eggnog, sure to make any holiday that much more special. If abundant lounging space is important to you, the plethora of comfy available chairs will put a smile on your face.
Rice Paper Eatery brings the most popular dishes of Vietnam to Phoenix. Gỏi cuốn is a Vietnamese variant of a spring roll. It blends pork, shrimp and vegetables in rice paper, called as bánh tráng. This restaurant raises the bar for this dish with the addition of unusual ingredients like mango, jalapenos and avocado, besides the main constituents such as Tempura crab, salmon and chicken. Another favorite is their soup, also known as pho, served with rice noodles. Other specialties include the Ga Xao Xa Ot, with lemon grass and sautéed chicken, and Thit Heo Ko Vol Trung Cuc, a blend of quail eggs and braised pork. Do not miss their Shrimp Chips and Vietnamese Iced Coffee.
Enjoy a leisurely cup of steaming coffee with buttery scones and crepes at Jobot. You'll have plenty of time to savor each sip and relish each bite at this fairly busy venue, where the unhurried staff put you at ease. Opening at 7a everyday, the outdoor patio is the perfect place to get your early morning caffeine fix while watching the world go by. The creamy peanut butter crepe and the house apple fritter filling crepe are good bets to indulge your sweet tooth. There's also a selection of savory crepes for those who don't prefer the sweet ones. Check website for more information.
The Lost Leaf is a historic bar in Phoenix with the decor carrying an old world charm. Offering the finest beer and sakes, it is a comfortable place to hangout with friends. Live music nights bring local artists to the stage and art exhibitions are often held here. With a knowledgeable barkeep and friendly guests, you're sure to enjoy the pleasant atmosphere at the place. For booking and information, do visit the website.
There is an otherworldly charm in dining outdoors under the open sky, and that's exactly what Bliss ReBar offers within its shaded patio. Whether for an appetizing meal or simply to have a leisurely drink, the patio offers an exceptional ambiance. Choose from a menu of American favorites and an extensive list of wines, beers and cocktails. There are a lot of promotions and cheap deals on offer that give full value for money. Check website for more.
True to its name, FilmBar, showcases a variety of films from all around the world making it one of the best bars in the city. The micro-cinema space within the bar seats up to 70 and screens an interesting selection; from foreign and independent titles to cult classics and the work of local filmmakers. Tickets to the shows can be bought at the venue itself and members enjoy concessions and combos. For those coming in just to enjoy the bar, their range of drinks covers 25 different craft beers and a wonderful selection of wines. Whether a film buff or no, FilmBar is an interesting spot in the city.
Launching from the established pedigree of esteemed chef and restaurateur Eric Osburn, Bar Maximus was originally conceived as a companion piece to Osburn's other restaurant, Centurion. With 10 beers on tap, a multitude of wines available, and Osburn's signature cocktail menu, patrons are sure to find the perfect drink. The food menu showcases a selection of hors d'oeuvres, fromage and paninis. Ambiance is casual-cool, with no pretension to be found.