Roosevelt Row, or RoRo if you prefer, is perhaps downtown Phoenix's most popular neighborhood. You'll find historic houses, art studios, freshly erected condo high rises, and an ever-growing food and drink scene. If there's one constant here, it's change.
The area is home to neighborhood staples like Carly's Bistro, an unassuming restaurant and bar with a simple yet well-executed menu of sandwiches, salads and bar nibbles.
Looking for a fine craft beer to enjoy with lunch or dinner? Make a pit stop at Mother Brunch Brewing, a local microbrewery with a menu of creative pub fare.
For a date night, or just some of the most revered wood-fired pizzas in the city, stop by Cibo, a charming Italian restaurant, pizzeria and neighborhood staple that's located in a historic house near Roosevelt Row.
For "unabashedly inauthentic" – and very delicious – noodle bowls, head to SoSoba, a fun and casual noodle shop on Roosevelt Row.
Also fun, and quite delicious, is the casual, globally-inspired menu at The Dressing Room, a small but lively restaurant that serves up delicious burgers, tacos, and beachy street grub from around the world.