People love ASU Downtown for tons of reasons. One of the reasons is its’ incredible location. If you need to break the monotony of campus life, here are some things to do that are close to the college.
Visit Roosevelt Row, Downtown’s Walkable Art District
If you appreciate art, you’ll want to visit Roosevelt Row near Downtown ASU. The area is a designated arts district where guests can visit studio spaces, bars, restaurants, boutique shops, and art galleries. As a bonus, the entire area sports a ridiculous amount of bright, colorful street art.
Indulge in Extraordinary Takeout Chicken
Treat your taste buds to Nashville-style chicken strips at Monroe’s Hot Chicken. It’s a legendary spot for ASU students who are craving something spicy.
The Japanese Friendship Garden Is Worth a Visit
RoHoEn, which is known as the Japanese Friendship Garden, is a unique Phoenix landmark. It’s a joint project between Himeji, Japan, and the City of Phoenix to build stronger bonds between the cultures.
Visit the Hidden Track Cafe for Refreshing Drinks and Hearty Meals
The Hidden Track cafe is a popular spot for hungry ASU students and personnel looking to fuel up on caffeine with an espresso, cold brew, or specialty tea. Hungry Sun Devils may also enjoy soups, sandwiches, and pastries in a relaxed setting before, between, or after classes.
Take Your Yoga to the Highest Levels at Elevate Yoga and Wellness
Downtown Phoenix features an excellent Yoga studio for people who want the ultimate experience. Yogi Lynn helps students achieve their personal best in a clean space. A friendly and knowledgeable staff welcomes students of all experience and fitness levels.
Stop by Centrico at the Hotel San Carlos for Authentic Mexican Cuisine
Centrico is well-known for serving up delicious, authentic Mexican Food. Located in the historic Hotel San Carlos, meals at this restaurant are a memorable experience, and the service is top-rated. Sit indoors or outdoors, depending on the temperatures and your preference. The Hotel San Carlos has been a place to visit and a Phoenix landmark since opening in 1928.
Discover Native American Art at the Heard Museum
Right by ASU Downtown is the Heard Museum, which specializes in displaying American Indian Art. When visiting, plan on spending several hours to explore the museum and the grounds thoroughly.
Enjoy the Freshest Veggies and Produce at Downtown Farmers Market
ASU Downtown has a farmer’s market, so you never miss out on your favorite seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables.
Tour the ASU Downtown Campus Area and Check Out the Murals
Fans of murals are bound to enjoy the area around ASU Downtown. Local artists are doing excellent work on the Roosevelt Neighborhood’s buildings, and some of their pieces are truly outstanding. It’s well worth the short walk to get some exercise and take in eclectic local art masterpieces.
Enjoy Spectacular Rooftop Views at the Cambria Hotel
Whether you want to enjoy an incredible view during the day or night, From the Rooftop is the place to try. Located on the Cambria Hotels top floor, you can see Downtown Phoenix from a majestic perspective.
As you can imagine, this area has much to offer students and visitors alike. However, always check hours and service availability, as COVID-19 restrictions could be in place.
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