Sleep Inn North
18235 N. 27th Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85053
Phone: (602) 504-1200
Fax: (602) 504-6100
18235 N. 27th Ave, Phoenix, AZ, US, 85053
- Phone: (602) 504-1200
- Fax: (602) 504-6100
Bars & Cafes
Starting out as another pizza and sub shop, Santisi Brothers has recently expanded into a sports bar. Besides New York-style pizza, the restaurant provides colossal Calzones and Strombolis. The gargantuan subs are all prepared with Boar's Head deli meats and cheeses. In the bar, autographed sport jerseys reside in glass displays, while two entire walls are devoted to television sets, broadcasting a variety of games simultaneously. Patrons also play darts, video games and pool or jam to the classic rock tunes of the jukebox. Domestic and imported beers are available.
This award-winning bakery and snack shop dishes out an awesome assortment of breads and other baked goodies like caraway rye, herb bread, bagel and baguette among others. Part of a local bakery chain in Arizona, Wildflower Bread Company is renowned for its tempting sandwiches and home style breakfast offerings. The Mahi Mahi and the turkey breast sandwiches will surely leave you craving for a second round. Kids are not left behind with a separate menu for the little ones. The outdoor patio is also a good place to hangout in the evenings.
For more than 14 years, this has been the haunt for bikers from all over Phoenix. The Steel Horse Saloon has been an essential part of these roadies for fun and entertainment. Regular live music, daily drink specials and hearty meals are some of the reasons for its soaring popularity. You can while away the time by enjoying a round of pool and darts or surf the channels for your favorite game.
The Caps Sports Grill offers a huge menu of steaks, pizzas, wings and other tantalizing delicacies, so you have enough to eat while you enjoy the game. They provide a comfy ambiance to sit with friends and cheer for your favorite team. True to its name, Caps Sports Grill has an interesting selection of nearly 200 sports team caps on display; each donated by its fans. A separate kids' menu has everything from fries and onion rings to grilled veggies and nachos to attract a younger clientele.
For those in the mood for an authentic Japanese experience, Yen Sushi and Sake Bar offers freshly prepared sushi and sashimi, that can be relished with a fine selection of sakes. The extensive sushi menu has a good variety with traditional favorites sharing the menu space with the more contemporary creations. The sake bar boasts of one of the finest selections in the city. Drop in here with lots of time to spare, in order to appreciate the cuisine better. The Okonomiyaki, and gyoza are good bets. Don't miss the the melt-in-your-mouth yellow-tail sashimi.
With 80 TVs broadcasting sports all night long, Padre Murphy's is the place to be if you want to cheer on your favorite team. The casual pub atmosphere is enhanced by the rich wood decor and sports memorabilia, not to mention the friendly service. The sidewalk terrace, which comes complete with an outdoor fireplace, is the perfect place to catch up with friends. The menu at Padre Murphy's offers superb sandwiches and delicious steak, fish or chicken dinners. The drink selection here is second to none.
Hoot Owl is a small yet friendly neighborhood bar with a relaxed environment where you can chat with the bartender, enjoy a stiff cocktail and listen to some good music. There is karaoke too which is always a riot. Pool table, darts, and comfy old leather booths make this the ideal place to come hang out and enjoy the cheap pitchers of beer.
Burgers, sides, salads, soups and desserts, the choices are endless at Culver's which is located near Deer Valley road. Apart from the options available on their regular menu, they also have a featured items section which keeps changing periodically. The dessert options include sundaes, concrete mixers which are gooey, flavorful custards, and waffle cones with the choice of scoop flavors. They also have the flavor of the day available at special rates. Another not-to-be-missed section on the menu is the handcrafted beverages section with delicious shakes and floats. Culver's menu features calorie controlled meals as well, which are tasty yet healthier.
Set your night on fire by coming to Chilly Bombers, the popular club that assures you the time of your life in Glendale. Their indoor and outdoor seating keeps all happy, while the bartenders do a super job with mixing cocktails. DJ's know their music for sure as can be seen by the crowds who can't stop dancing. Sports screenings are also common here. Chilly Bombers is perfect to have a fun evening with a group of friends.
Tea lovers of Phoenix indulge in their favorite beverage at Souvia. A welcoming spot, the shop not only serves tea from around the world but often conducts classes educating all on the art of tea making and drinking. That along with the health and remedial benefits often treating common ailments make more enthusiasts join their tea fan club. You can also purchase packets of your favorite blends or gift package them for a special someone. For more on the products and services, call ahead or check out their website.
A chocolate lover's paradise, Rayner's Chocolate & Coffee Shop uses the best of ingredients including Belgian chocolate to create rich and inviting sweets pastries and cakes. Original Eccles Cakes, Danish pastries and shortbread are the specialty here. Bonbons are available in a variety of flavors like praline, strawberry and lemon, each one carefully robed in drooling chocolate. A variety of snacks and coffee are also served here.
Located amidst a plethora of shops and boutiques in the Citadelle Plaza, this outlet of Tutti Santi Italian Restaurants can be hard to find. However, once inside, the whole atmosphere goes through a paradigm shift with dim lights and sleek furniture and an elongated bar area which is tastefully designed. A family-operated enterprise, Tutti Santi delivers dishes created according to the age-old secret recipes passed through generations. The service is pleasant and available at every beck and call.