Village Grove Bed and Breakfast

2602 N. 82nd Street, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85257, United States
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Where to grocery shop in north Scottsdale

by echo168

We will be staying for a week in a condo in north Scottsdale mid May. What would be a good store to grocery shop & pick up ready-to-serve food? I heard the rumour that locals pay a different (lower) price than tourists. Is this true?

Re: Where to grocery shop in north Scottsdale

by Dumpymotel

The secret is to dress like a tourist....
Wear wing-tipped sunglasses and baggy shorts...

Actually I think what your talking about is membership cards at a regular grocery store.
Well.... That isn't a problem because you can become a member instantly and for free at most places (Not Sams club or Costco).

Take 2 minutes to fill out the form and just put the address where your staying... It is no big deal and very easy. You will then simply have them scan the card they give you each time and if your choice of items is on special you will get the lower price.

Happy Shopping.

Re: Where to grocery shop in north Scottsdale

by zuriga

How would they know you're a tourist in an ordinary supermarket? Look for Trader Joe's and there's also another market on Pima (I think) north of the Princess resort area. It has a man's name, but I can't remember what it is. They have great take out foods.

Re: Where to grocery shop in north Scottsdale

by Lols4hols

Hi there!
Having vacationed in Scottsdale b4 ( and just a few months ago too) - you're surrounded by loads of Safeways and other stores - with incredible choices of food. Sometimes though, it's far cheaper to eat out, and the choice of restaurants are abundant.
You'll have a fab time - my favourite State - though I much prefer Tempe to Scottsdale - the people there are much nicer, and there's more of a choice in the way of everything there really.
Good luck, and enjoy your travels and stay there.
L4H :-)

Re: Where to grocery shop in north Scottsdale

by plisken

Your Destination Location for the Largest and Freshest Organic Produce
Whole Foods North Scottsdale
8688 East Raintree Drive
Conveniently located just west of the Loop 101 and the Raintree exit. Visit us today and select from natural and organic products including gourmet grocery essentials, crisp produce, fresh meat and seafood, vitamin supplements and luxurious body care. Our full-service deli offers conveniently prepared meals, sandwiches, soups and a juice & java bar. Whether you’re in for a quick bite or a cart full of goodies, Whole Foods Market is a one stop shop for all your lifestyle needs.

Travel Tips for Scottsdale

Camelback May Break Yours First

by BruceDunning

I did the hike 1 1/4 miles one way; or 2 1/2 miles round trip in two hours. It is actually closer to a 4 mile round trip hike when factoring in the gain elevation of 1200 feet ratio. That was as best as can be done by an older man. Most people climbing this grueling trek were in the 20-30 year age bracket and well fit locals who do this weekly. A group of locals show up here a lot, and few tourists make the hike to the top, I found out, of the 300,000 that attempt yearly, only 1/3 make the top.

I took the Echo Canyon side vs. the longer, but easier Cholla Trailhead. It is steep rock climbing, and sometimes hand over hand grasping. The path is slippery with loose dirt/sand/gravel and slick rock. Elevation gain is about 60 percent, which makes this 1207 gain climb equal to 4,000 feet (3/4 mile), and that puts more stress of the body to achieve the steepness.

The Echo TH is off McDonald Dr near intersection of Tatum Rd, and about 1/2 mile north of Camelback Rd at 44th St. Cholla is off Chapperal Rd, to the west of Scottsdale Rd.

Great Italian Mecca

by BruceDunning about Lo Cascio

The prices are reasonable for the Scottsdale area, and this is on the south end of the old town area, or about 2 miles form Hwy 202 intersection. The pastas dishes range from $10-18 for most items, and pollo (chicken) dishes about $12-17. Pizzas are another specialty, and prices range form $14 for large thin crust to $22 for stuffed large size.
I stopped here because a big sign outside stated spaghetti in the bar for $6 on Sundays. That is a great price, and then the beer was also only $2 a pint, so easier to have a few of those.
They have been in business at this location since 1985, and are true Sicilian Italianos, including the flag hanging on the wall. I had the spaghetti and sausage, and it was one of the best sauces in my many eats at Italian places, even in Italy. It was sweet but had a lot of substance and taste. The sausage was super tasty in addition. People next to me ordered pasta dishes and liked the meal very much

Without a doubt, THE MARCO...

by L._A.

expensive, but food and service are worth it! ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING! Menu mixes chinese and italian items....sounds a little strange, but tastes great!

Old Town Scottsdale

by Yaqui

I really enjoyed staying near this area and we frequented the day and night time by strolling around and looking at everything. Everyone was friendly helpful and not frightened by having children wonder in and looking too, so that was nice. There are loads of shops and galleries to explore to take your time. Lots of different restaurants and plenty of nightlife along the trendy blvd. I actually felt safe exploring the streets, which was a nice change. If you like the southwest feel, you'll love this place for sure!

Tempe Mill Ave area

by BruceDunning

This is a range of about 6 blocks that has hundreds of shops, galleries and easting places. We visited during the Southwest arts festival; a fantastic show of great works. Tempe Beach Park is an anchor to the north end of Mill Ave and the lake is used by many to boat and other activities. There are en estimated 200+ shops to buy treasures and souvenirs.


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