Friday, March 23, 2012
The Main Ingredient on Flickr.
Check out Cenpho’s info on The Main Ingredient in Phoenix’s Coronado district! It’s delicious and photogenic. www.cenpho.com

The Main Ingredient on Flickr.

Check out Cenpho’s info on The Main Ingredient in Phoenix’s Coronado district! It’s delicious and photogenic. www.cenpho.com

Thursday, February 23, 2012
Follow #Cenpho. They are your Friend. www.CenPho.com is a great resource for anyone looking to keep on top of the late and great happenings in Central Phoenix, Arizona. Cenpho is a big supporter of Local First Arizona. Therefore, reading Cenpho will give you insight to Arizona local artists, business, culture and events.
Love this? Love me: @amybrownphoto or www.facebook.com/amybrownphotography

Follow #Cenpho. They are your Friend.

www.CenPho.com is a great resource for anyone looking to keep on top of the late and great happenings in Central Phoenix, Arizona.

Cenpho is a big supporter of Local First Arizona. Therefore, reading Cenpho will give you insight to Arizona local artists, business, culture and events.

Love this? Love me: @amybrownphoto or www.facebook.com/amybrownphotography

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!
www.amybrownphoto.com

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

Monday, January 30, 2012
Check out Cenpho’s blog about the legendary Barrio Cafe in Coronado. Photos by Amy Brown Photography. http://www.cenpho.com/

Check out Cenpho’s blog about the legendary Barrio Cafe in Coronado. Photos by Amy Brown Photography. http://www.cenpho.com/

Saturday, January 7, 2012

391, Fajardo’s Cafe
6706 N 58th Dr., #Glendale,AZ 85301

Zip Hernandez sold his homeade Mexican food from this original location since 1949. Zip died of cancer in 2006 and the neighborhood lost a historic mark. In 2009 Alfredo Fajardo, son of Zip’s longtime cooks, Jesus and Beatriz Fajardo, decided to reopen the cafe using original recipes.

The building reminds me of someone’s house, complete with a yard, tucked in the middle of a residential neighborhood just minutes away from the downtown area where many visit the Glendale Glitters, Chocolate fest among other annual festive traditions.

I went to high school with Alfredo’s sister Angelica Fajardo Bowman, one of the sweetest people you will ever meet. Angelica, also an owner,  and works side by side with her family at the cafe. It’s evident their customers love and respect the Fajardos and the cafe.

Next time you are near downtown #Glendale, please stop in and treat yourself to wonderful homeade Mexican food. I have a particular craving for the chorizo breakfast burrito. 

Like their Facebook page, where you can see their hours of operation. http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fajardos-Cafe/126952959487?sk=info