It’s no secret that Arcadia is a great neighborhood to settle down with your family or move into your first home. With most of the community encompassing houses, restaurants, and attractions all fall somewhat outside of the neighborhood lines. The Arcadia area also comes with a massive perk, the proximity to downtown Phoenix, with a 20-minute drive, you can be in the heart of downtown. In case you want to stay around the Arcadia area, you also have fun attractions, such as hiking Camelback Mountain, to rope you back into staying nearby.
Arcadia is protected to the southern border by the Arizona Canal, which stretches along the western side of Arcadia. The northern border is Camelback Road, which is close to the Arizona Canal. Lastly, the eastern border is N 68th Street.
Rated the #1 restaurant in Arcadia, Citizen Public House is a classier gastropub with food for everyone to enjoy. They have everything from sandwiches to seared fish to gourmet mac & cheese.
This pizza and craft beer bar is the #2 restaurant in the Arcadia area. CRAFT64’s outdoor beer garden is one of their most significant selling points in the scorching Arizona sun.
The swanky brunch spot is loved by Arcadia locals and Phoenix tourists. Their outdoor patio has some of the best shade for the summer and heat lamps for “winter”.
With tons of craft beer to choose from, OHSO is often considered as the best brewery in Phoenix. The outdoor patio also has a beautiful view of the mountains along with dozens of taps.
This old-fashioned steakhouse is a must-try for anyone in the Arcadia area. Steaks and chops are presented wonderfully, along with dessert.