With more than 22,000 students now enrolled at its North Arizona University campus, it’s not surprising that Flagstaff offers a huge variety of eating, entertainment and date-night options. Here, we’ve listed just six of the most popular:
1. Cuvee 928
6 E. Aspen Ave
A locals’ favorite, offering a varied menu and daily specials. Great views of Heritage Square from large windows and the outdoor patio.
413 N. San Francisco St
For a slightly pricier date, this subtly lit converted carriage house provides an intimate ambience in which to enjoy a Mediterranean-style menu.
3. Hotel Monte Vista
100 N. San Francisco St
Said to be haunted by the ghosts of a dancing couple and a bank robber, amongst other uninvited guests, the cocktail lounge was a Prohibition-era speakeasy. Today it offers a fun ambience and live music Wednesday through Saturday.
4. Beaver Street Brewery
11 S. Beaver St
This popular and busy venue has a wide range of pizzas, pasta, pies, meatloaf and more!
19 E. Aspen Ave
Atmospheric Italian restaurant offering frequent specials and featuring an outdoor patio.
6. Lowell Observatory
1400 Mars Hill Road
For an inexpensive and less conventional date, check out the Lowell Observatory.
Built in 1894, and credited with the 1930 discovery of the planet Pluto, the Observatory offers guided tours by day, while after dark the clear skies of Arizona are perfect for gazing at the stars.
Enjoy Flagstaff from Pine View Village Apartments
Living conveniently close to both campus and downtown, residents of our apartments in Flagstaff are ideally placed to enjoy the city to the full. Contact us today for more information on our comfortable floor plans or to take a tour and see for yourself what life is like at Pine View Village!