99 Things to Do in Northern Arizona: Shop and Dine Like a Local
Bookmans Entertainment Exchange, 1520 S. Riordan Ranch St., has been an Arizona gem since its first location opened in Tucson in 1976. A variety of used books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, video games, musical instruments and more are available. browse, while the in – cafe-store serves coffee and tea based drinks. A few doors down, Burritos Fiesta Fresh Mexican Grill, 1530 S. Riordan Ranch St., offers a no-frills dining experience and for fresh squeezed juices, smoothies, bubble tea, dairy-free ice cream and more, Java juice is the place to go.
3. Historic downtown and south side
The downtown area and the Southside area south of the tracks offer a plethora of local shops and restaurants. A good place to start is Shops in the old town, 120 rue N. Leroux, where shoppers can get their dose of sugar at Flagstaff Chocolate Company or sit outside for a meal at Diablo Burger. Then, get ready for any outdoor adventure you might like to undertake with the gear from Babbitt’s Outfitter of the hinterland, 12 avenue E. Aspen, Mountain sports flag, 24 N. San Francisco St., or More peace, 14 W. Route 66. Newly opened Flagstaff Electric Bikes, 14 E. Birch Ave., also offers electric bike rentals and tours to www.flagstaffebiketours.com. A good place to start your day south of the slopes would be Biff bagels, 1 S. Beaver St., for fresh bagels and coffee, or The Toasted Owl Café, 12 S. Mikes Pike, for breakfast burritos and mimosas on the patio.