Next stop for the Poshmark City Guides? Phoenix, Arizona! The state may be known for the heat but there’s so much more to it than the blazing weather. Take note for when you plan on visiting this city!
If you plan on shopping for yourself or for your friends & family, check out these recommended spots:
Last Chance (1919 E Camelback Rd Phoenix, AZ 85016)
To quote Devil Wears Prada, “gird your loins” before stepping into Last Chance. Last Chance is Nordstrom’s final-clearance store for everything returned or overstocked. Hellloooo shopping spree!
Buffalo Exchange (3450 N 7th St Phoenix, AZ 85014)
Everyone who’s made their way into a Buffalo Exchange knows how addicting it can be to walk inside and not stop at every rack. Perfect place to find some of the best and trendy clothing right away!
Phoenix Premium Outlets (4976 Premium Outlet Way , Chandler, AZ 85226-5501)
Who doesn’t love a good outlet? From Nike to Calvin Klein to Saks Fifth Avenue, there’s a store for literally everyone’s taste! We wouldn’t blame you if you spent your whole day there!
Maybe skip the hot coffee and grab yourself a cold brew to kick start your day!
Provisions Coffee Bar (4501 N 32nd St Phoenix, AZ 85018)
Go for the aesthetics, stay for the coffee. Provisions Coffee Bar has an amazing interior setting that makes you wish your house looked like this. The open space patio makes this the perfect place to hang with an iced coffee.
Lux Central (4400 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85012)
Need a place to work? This is it. With multiple community tables and big comfy couches surrounding the area, it’s hard to spend your whole day here.
Liberty Market (230 N Gilbert Rd Gilbert, AZ 85234)
Highly recommended if you’re meeting more than a few friends for a cup of joe. Not hungry? Skip the line and go straight to the coffee bar.
Posh. Fizz. Clink. is the motto. Here are a few recommendations for when you’re out with a PFF!
OHSO Brewery (10810 N Tatum Blvd Ste 126 Phoenix, AZ 85028)
Grab your pup, family/friends, and make it a party underneath the hanging lanterns.
The Yard (5632 N 7th St Phoenix, AZ 85014)
According to one Posher, The Yard in Uptown Phoenix is “ALWAYS a place to go.” Bring one PFF or five and have a friendly cornhole competition!
The Vig (6015 N 16th St Phoenix, AZ 85014)
Mix things up with your PFF and enjoy some live music at The Vig while playing a game of bocce ball! Also, keep your eyes to the ceiling. You just may see some amazing chalkboard art.
There were so many restaurant recommendations, it was hard to choose. All we know is that Phoenix does not slack on the food scene!
Snooze (2045 E Camelback Rd Ste A17 Town and Country Phoenix, AZ 85016)
Who says breakfast can’t be served all day? According to another Posher, Snooze has “the best specialty pancakes around and it doesn’t hurt that they have lots of gluten free options!”
Postino (3939 E Campbell Ave Phoenix, AZ 85018)
In 1940, Postino started its story inside a vacant, 1940’s brick post office. (As you know, we love a post office moment!) Years later, this place is thriving with $5 Happy Hour wines and an amazing array of bruschetta boards!
SumoMaya (6560 N Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85253)
Somehow, someway, SumoMaya found a way to combine Mexican and Asian flavors to form delicious tapas to fulfill every taste bud.
Adventure is out there in Phoenix, Arizona. Just ask these locals:
“The Phoenix area is full of adventures just waiting to be had! You can go for a hike, drive into the mountains, eat prickly pear ice cream, enjoy the eclectic art scene, admire the unique desert landscaping and wildlife, and so much more!” – @DesertThrift
“It is such an outdoor city because of the great weather year round. You constantly see people out walking/running with their dogs, there is hiking everywhere, every bar/restaurant has open-air seating or an outdoor area to enjoy the weather. Plus we have some of the best festivals, like Taco Fest or Arizona Strong Beer Festival.” – @highflying_chic
“Downtown Phoenix is undergoing a major comeback. Tons of restaurants and destination for foodies. Old Town in Scottsdale has great nightlife as well!” – @Getitgirl
“We have the best weather from February to May. We are known for baseball spring training.” – @TanyaLynett
“There is variety and lots to do! Also, the winters are amazing with temperatures in the 70’s!” – @Cegraves
We can’t reiterate this enough: sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen! Here are other Phoenix-approved essentials:
1. A bathing suit
2. Good walking shoes
3. Love of adventure