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

Matthew JohnsonMarch 24, 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.

Local Buzz users are stopping by this new brewery located where the old Easley’s Costume Shop used to be near 7th Avenue and McDowell. Trivia nights are every Tuesday and food trucks/carts regularly stop by.

Local Buzz user @Andria’s.Tienda stops by this shop offering bagels, coffee and good vibes near 17th Street and McDowell.
Create your own tea blend at this West Valley herbal medicine store located at 107th Avenue and Indian School Road.

The Big Buzz annual fundraiser for Walter Hive is happening this Friday, March 24 at the Walter Dome near 64th Street and Thomas in Scottsdale. Guests can expect music, craft cocktails and art workshops.
This neighborhood pizza joint on Roosevelt Row got a 7.2 (maybe a 7.3) rating from Dave Portnoy’s “one bite” Barstool Pizza Review.

The Japanese-American hybrid pastry known as mochi donuts are on the menu at this central Phoenix shop near 9th Street and Camelback Road. Mochidot’s grand opening is this Saturday, March 25.


AZ Derby Dames

Roll on in to the AZDD Warehouse near McDowell and 26th Ave. to check out one of the largest roller derby league’s in the nation.

Rumba Dance Studio

Dance lessons happen every Wednesday near 7th Street and Virginia Ave., with social dancing every other Tuesday at Barcoa in downtown Phoenix.

Brave KBBQ

Brave Korean Barbecue is all you can eat meats in Tempe on the same corner as Ted’s Hot Dogs at McClintock and Broadway.

Super Bowl Route 57

Frito Lay has taken over a busy spot in the Roosevelt Arts District during Super Bowl week to set up a small town that might look like Route 66 if all you got was chips along the way.

Lux’s Mac & Cheese

Recently featured in PHOENIX’s Eatin’ in the U.S.A. issue: Experience the bold flavors of a timeless classic of LUX’s version of Virginia “Mac & Cheese.” Bring your taste buds.

Cha Cha’s Tea Lounge

Local Buzz user @TheFunkyLatina recommends the Coconut Matcha at this spot along Grand Avenue.