5 Places in Phoenix to Break Up with Someone

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In my dating experience, I’m usually either the one getting broken up with or the one that’s ghosting after one or two mediocre dates (sorry). But, after PHOENIX posted best places to go on a first date, I thought it was only fair to also write about where to break up with someone. I asked people on Instagram where they would most like to get their heart broken and here are a few of the responses I liked the most: 

The Little Woody
This is my pick for a breakup spot. Little Woody’s is dark, has mostly private booths and has alcohol ready if you need a drink to calm your nerves or soothe hurt feelings. 

In-N-Out Burger
A friend suggested that if you got broken up with here you’d be “in-n-out” of a relationship (ha-ha). Plus, who doesn’t want to eat a bunch of comfort food after getting dumped?

Phoenix Public Library
The best place to go to if you’re trying to have the quietest breakup of all time. If there’s one thing that’s worse than getting broken up with, it’s getting broken up with and getting kicked out of a library for having a loud emotional breakdown. 

Gracie’s Tax Bar
Even if you got dumped at Gracie’s, the experience probably wouldn’t totally turn you off to the establishment because drinks are so inexpensive. Bonus: It’s almost always packed in there, so no one will hear your emotional conversation and/or sobs.

Grand Central Coffee
If you’d like to break up with someone in the comfort of their own home, but can’t, Grand Central Coffee is your next best bet. The upstairs loft area is the perfect space to let someone know it’s not them, it’s you. 

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