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Posts from November 2015

Friday, November 27, 2015 8:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Holiday Cheer in City Limitless

It’s back and bigger than ever! Merry Main Street has been bringing holiday cheer to the residents of Mesa for years and after a decade hiatus, it’s back and even better.   Starting Nov. 27 and running through Jan. 3, Merry Main Street is the premiere destination for holiday fun in the Phoenix area.   Each weekend there will be a multitude of events and 400 performers, artists and vendors in downtown Mesa, as the whole community comes together to celebrate the holidays. Downtown Mesa businesses will host activities in their stores, a great way to have some fun and do some

We understand, Thanksgiving can be A LOT of work. How big of a turkey should I get? Where are the mashed potatoes, I thought you were supposed to bring them! Hold on, let me clean the table first!  Well, we just might have the solution for you, swap your Thanksgiving dinner for something a bit earlier at the Hilton Phoenix/Mesa’s Thanksgiving Champagne Brunch at the Zuni Grill!   You will be treated to the whole spread at the Hilton’s Thanksgiving Buffet, which is prepared by their award-winning Executive Chef, Ryan Staroszik.   Indulge in the classic turkey with a

Friday, November 20, 2015 10:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Black Friday Deals: Phoenix Premium Outlets

The pressure is on! Only one month till Christmas. You’re in luck, we’ve found the Black Friday headquarters so you don’t have to race around to everyone’s favorite stores. Head over to the Phoenix Premium Outlets at Wild Horse Pass to get gifts for everyone on your list at extraordinary savings ranging from 25 to 65 percent off retail prices! You’ll also be taking advantage of the beautiful Arizona weather and desert scenery at this signature outdoor shopping and lifestyle center.   This isn’t your typical outlet experience, luxury brands take center

Tired of the usual Thanksgiving with a side of football? We scoured City Limitless® and found a unique Thanksgiving experience the whole family can enjoy, Rawhide Western Town and Event Center’s Cowboy Thanksgiving .   Enjoy a traditional authentic Thanksgiving meal with maple roasted turkey, honey baked ham, cornbread stuffing and pumpkin pie, just to name a few items planned as part of this delicious feast.   Yes, we’re all here for the turkey, but here’s where the real cowboy experience comes in: All of Rawhide’s famed Western attractions will be open

Monday, November 16, 2015 8:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Lunch Roundup: Bite into Burgers

We love a good burger. Well, let’s be real; everyone loves a good burger. It is an American classic, after all, even though it doesn’t happen to be very unique or special. But sometimes, a burger comes along that just changes your life with its juicy, meaty goodness. Luckily for us, this has happened quite a few times in and around Mesa. For this week’s Lunch Roundup, we chose five burgers in Mesa you’ve gotta try. Zinburger: Breakfast Burger This burger is honestly incredible. Combining the beloved breakfast foods a fried egg and bacon, and common burger favorites like

Monday, November 9, 2015 2:00 PM by Visit Mesa Team

Find Your Golfing Zen in City Limitless

Yes, you can golf in the Arizona desert, but that doesn’t mean a golf course that looks like something moved in from the east coast. We know how to build a golf course that makes the most of the Sonoran Desert’s unique landscape and terrain. A perfect example of a golf course in the desert is We-Ko-Pa golf course on the nearby Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation.   Named as one of the Best Resort Courses by Golfweek magazine , We-Ko-Pa features two distinct courses called Cholla and Saguaro. Both offer tranquil golfing that’s outside the stresses of the city and houses.  

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 10:20 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Top Things To Do in Mesa on Veterans Day

Are you looking for ways to celebrate the men and women who have served in the armed forces this Veterans Day? You’re in luck because we’re going to showcase what you can do around Mesa to honor and celebrate those who have served.   Superstition Coffee                   To start your Veterans Day off right, head over to Superstition Coffee inside the Queen Creek Olive Mill and support a veteran-owned business. This coffee roaster is family owned and operated by a husband and wife plus their two sons who are both veterans.

With great fall weather coming to Mesa, it’s time to get outside and what better way than with music. If you didn’t know, City Limitless has a great local music scene so you’re in for some awesome music experiences. From a leisurely afternoon with some good tunes to a soundtrack for your Friday night on the town, here are few free concert series to check out in and around Mesa!   Out To Lunch Concert Series Mesa’s mecca for the arts offers visitors and residents a free lunch time concert series in the heart of our downtown. Every Thursday afternoon starting