Six Buzzworthy Events, People and Places on Local Buzz This Week

Matthew JohnsonJanuary 20, 2023
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The Buzzworthy blog is back to highlight the local shops, eateries, people and events you can find on the Local Buzz app. Check out this week’s highlights and download the app for your mobile phone.


Here’s a spot in West Chandler (near Kyrene Road and Chandler Boulevard) that reminds many locals of Chino Bandito or Panda Libre.

Taradiddles Restaurant and Bar

This Apache Junction outpost for food and drink also features a stage for live music inside and an outdoor patio.

Danger Zone Arcade inside Uncle Bear’s Brewery Taproom & Yard

Get your arcade gaming and pinball action on inside the brewing area at Uncle Bears’ Gilbert location on Germann Road.

Authentic Ethio African Spices

Get the day started with a cup of coffee at this Ethiopian diner near 17th Street and McDowell Road.

ASU Art Museum

Check out the new “A Pattern, A Trace, A Portrait” exhibit at the museum until June 18th.

Steadfast Coffee

LocalBuzz user @defante pays a visit to the farm store out in the Eastmark community of far southeast Mesa.


Liar’s Club

Old Fashioned, Highball and “Pants on Fire” are among the signature cocktails at this new downtown Phoenix night spot.

The Ghost Vintage

The 70’s, 80’s and 90’s never go out of style at this hip vintage store on Central Avenue just south of Camelback Road.

Venture Cafe

If you’re an entrepreneur looking to network with like-minded folks, check out the Thursday Gathering happening every Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. Free parking, free to attend and drinks included!

Electric Bat Arcade

Get your pinball game up to speed at this arcade inside the Yucca Tap Room on Southern Avenue in Tempe.

La Familia Carniceria

Local buzz user @vegaprint takes us inside one of his favorite places to grab lunch, Mexican products and groceries.

Creative Saturday at Phoenix Art Museum

Get creative with the help of one of our favorite local artists Aileen Martinez (look.see.draw), who is hosting a sketch class at Phoenix Art Museum on Saturday, January 14.


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