Extended Stay America Phoenix Airport

4357 East Oak Street, (formerly Wellesley Inn), Phoenix, Arizona, 85008, United States
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Best Chili Rellenos in Town

by rlouise

What is the name of the restaurant?

Re: Best Chili Rellenos in Town

by travelgourmet

I don't know what you are looking for but if you want to know where most people go for the best Chili Rellenos in Phoenix, I would have to say that Richardson's, Bethany Home Road & 16th Street, does one of the best, if not the best Chili Rellenos. Of course, around the corner is Dick's Hide Away, same owner and food, more bar style.

Re: Best Chili Rellenos in Town

by FoodLover80

I'll second that suggestions. Richardson's is one my favorite restaurants in town, they do just about everything well.

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Go to a diamondbacks game! I...

by queenlivia

Go to a diamondbacks game! I had so much fun, maybe because I'm European and we don't have baseball. The stadium is huge and you can rent the pool for I don't know how much and have a party during the game, isn't that cool! Fashion square mall! In Scottsdale. I had a wonderful haircut, and I had a lot of fun, it's pretty expensive though! It's the best mall ever!!!!

White Tank Mountains - The hottest place on Earth!

by shamu1

The 30,000-acre White Tank Mountain Regional Park is the largest regional park in Maricopa County. There are 25 miles of multi-use trails in the park, ranging in length from 0.9 to 7.9 miles and difficulty from easy to strenuous. Cyclists and guests on horseback should exercise great caution on the more difficult trails.

Families with young kids will appreciate the 2.5 miles of trails for pedestrians only, including the short loop of Black Rock Trail (0.5 mile) and the Waterfall Trail to Petroglyph Plaza (0.4 mile). Both are hard-surfaced trails and barrier-free.

The White Tank Riding Stables are located at the park's entrance. Families pay an hourly rate for one- and two-hour horseback rides, offered daily. These rides provide an excellent opportunity to view the coyotes, hawks, and mule deer indigenous to the area.

The park offers picnic areas, semi-developed campsites, star gazing programs, and other special events. Check our event calendar or the website for more information.

Hollywood Alley.

by bottleofdoom about Hollywood Alley.

Another interesting rock club. They have these cool circular booths to hang out in. You can fit alot of people in them, so it's like you can have all your friends together & you're having a little private party with bands playing onstage. obviously, i don't go to places that have dress codes

Classy, Romantic, & Steaks Cooked to Perfection!

by SedonaDee about The Capital Grille - Scottsdale

Lovely & terrific restaurant for special occasions. We stopped in without a reservation to celebrate our anniversary. Luckily, they had a table available. They asked if we were celebrating a special occasion and we said it was our anniversary. When we got to the table, there was a red rose petal heart on the table, and the white tablecloth was sprinkled with red confetti hearts. There was also a hand-written anniversary card awaiting us. Such a nice touch when we hadn't even made a reservation!

The service was top-notch, decor was sort of old-world British with dark wood, large historic-looking portraits, and even some game animal heads adorning the walls. You may dine outside or inside. The bar looked inviting and beautiful, but we skipped that as we were seated quickly.

This restaurant is known for its top of the line steaks and they were delicious and cooked perfectly. The wine list is extensive and it would take a couple of days to study it properly. I highly recommend this restaurant for any special occasion or a romantic night out. You can dress up or go casual. All was acceptable. Even though steaks are what they are famous for and my sirloin steak and my husband's Delmonico steak were superb, I want to say that the New England Clam Chowder was some of the best I've ever had, and I'm truly picky when it comes ot clam chowder. Also, the Caesar salad was excellent with large, thin shavings of Parmesan cheese.

This restaurant is open for lunch or dinner.

Main course selections for dinner were:
-Dry Aged Sirloin Steak - 14 oz.
-Dry Aged Porterhouse Steak - 24 oz.
-Dry Aged Steak au Poivre with Courvoisier Cream - 14 oz.
-Filet Mignon - 10 to 14 oz
-Filet Oscar
-Delmonico Steak - 22 oz.
-Veal Chop with Roquefort Butter
-Double Cut Lamb Rib Chops (4)
-Roasted Chicken

There are also nightly specials, of course.

Heard Museum - great for kids too

by shamu1

The Heard Museum developed from the passion that pioneer settlers Dwight B. and Maie Bartlett Heard felt for the Southwest, its inhabitants and its history. The Heard’s dream of sharing the beauty of their private collection with the public was realized in 1929 when the Heard Museum first opened its doors.

Today, the Heard's collections include approximately 39,000 works of cultural and fine art. The collections remain at the core of the museum’s mission and serve as an internationally known resource for learning about the rich cultural heritage of Native peoples. While maintaining an emphasis on the cultures of the greater Southwest, the Heard collections also include American Indian fine art from throughout North America including drawings, paintings and sculpture.

Key collections areas feature textiles, katsina dolls, pottery, jewelry, baskets, cradleboards, paintings, sculpture and World Cultures materials.


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 Extended Stay America Phoenix Airport

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Address: 4357 East Oak Street, (formerly Wellesley Inn), Phoenix, Arizona, 85008, United States