Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Barrio Queen Tequileria
7114 E. Stetson, #105. Scottsdale, AZ 85251.The Barrio has spread to Scottsdale! I love the Skinny Chola Margarita and Chorizo tacos!
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Barrio Queen Tequileria


7114 E. Stetson, #105. Scottsdale, AZ 85251.

The Barrio has spread to Scottsdale! I love the Skinny Chola Margarita and Chorizo tacos!

www.amybrownphoto.com

Sunday, January 8, 2012
Barrio Cafe2814 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85006
Check out www.cenpho.com to isee images of the Calle 16 Mural Project and learn about this message created by Artist Gennaro Garcia and Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza of the Barrio Cafe, Phoenix, AZ.
PS. Salcido’s Mexican food creations at Barrio Cafe are out of this world. If you haven’t been…get to.

Barrio Cafe
2814 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85006

Check out www.cenpho.com to isee images of the Calle 16 Mural Project and learn about this message created by Artist Gennaro Garcia and Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza of the Barrio Cafe, Phoenix, AZ.

PS. Salcido’s Mexican food creations at Barrio Cafe are out of this world. If you haven’t been…get to.

Monday, June 6, 2011
‎365, Beall’s Plumbing Signage on Flickr.‎365, Beall’s Plumbing Signage
2117 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix AZ 85016
Indian School Road has some great signage that represents vintage Phoenix. Beall’s Plumbing family business sign has graced Indian School Road’s landscape since 1952. 
http://www.facebook.com/beallsplbg

‎365, Beall’s Plumbing Signage on Flickr.

‎365, Beall’s Plumbing Signage
2117 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix AZ 85016

Indian School Road has some great signage that represents vintage Phoenix. Beall’s Plumbing family business sign has graced Indian School Road’s landscape since 1952.

http://www.facebook.com/beallsplbg

Thursday, March 10, 2011
351, In Loving MemoryBomberros “Firehouse” Wine Bar1/19/2011Bomberos, Spanish for firemen, was perfectly suited for the old Sunnyslope fire station complex in which it operated.The owners reside in Sunnyslope and opened Bomberros because they recognized the need for a modern and hip hangout for those who appreciated wine and tastey food.Bomberros closed its doors because the owner and landlord couln’t agree on a fair rental price. RIP Bomberros. It will be interesting to see if new renters can bring in the draw this concept did so successfully.
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351, In Loving Memory
Bomberros “Firehouse” Wine Bar

1/19/2011

Bomberos, Spanish for firemen, was perfectly suited for the old Sunnyslope fire station complex in which it operated.

The owners reside in Sunnyslope and opened Bomberros because they recognized the need for a modern and hip hangout for those who appreciated wine and tastey food.

Bomberros closed its doors because the owner and landlord couln’t agree on a fair rental price.

RIP Bomberros. It will be interesting to see if new renters can bring in the draw this concept did so successfully.

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