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About Central Phoenix
It was not long ago that most locals did not give Central Phoenix a second thought, but it has been experiencing a bit of a revival over the past few years. Now, some of the best local restaurants can be found here, many of which are in newly refurbished buildings that were banks or office suites in former lives. The majority of Phoenix's gay and lesbian bars are in CenPho, although they tend to be spread around the area as there is no official gay neighborhood in Phoenix. For funky vintage shops, furniture stores, and other things retro, visit the Melrose District along 7th Avenue between Camelback Road and Indian School Road. Central Phoenix is also dotted with independent coffee shops, almost all of which have free wi-fi. Do not be surprised to see four-legged creatures sharing patio space with you, as Central Phoenix residents are crazy about their dogs.
Read more about Phoenix's Central Phoenix on Hipmunk's Central Phoenix Neighborhood Guide.
Breaking away from its always-sunny, suburban ways, Phoenix now offers unexpected perks: world-class resorts in Paradise Valley, Southwestern culinary treasures, gay-friendly bars in converted Central Phoenix banks, and native American culture.
Read more about Phoenix on Hipmunk's Phoenix City Guide.
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