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Tuesday, January 6, 2015 11:53 AM


It's no surprise that shopping ranks as one of the most popular activities on anyone's itinerary when traveling. In Mesa there is no shortage of shopping opportunities with the many retail centers strewn throughout the city. More than 150 stores and eateries make up the popular  Superstition Springs Center. The outdoor amphitheater hosts a free summer concert series as well as other Mesa events throughout the year. The Town of Gilbert is home to  SanTan Village  - the largest outdoor retail mall in the Gateway region. Outdoor districts are strategically placed with

Thursday, July 17, 2014 4:08 PM

Shop till you Drop in Mesa City Limitless

Got the shopping bug? Great news! Mesa City Limitless offers an array of endless shopping opportunities throughout the region. From indoors to outdoors, unique to boutique.   Find yourself immersed at SanTan Village , this premier shopping destination is the largest of its kind and opens its doors to warm sunshine and cool shade all year long. Standouts include Charming Charlie, Fossil, COACH and the Apple Store just to name a few. HAPPENING NOW is their not-to-miss Passport to Dining event running now through September 30, 2014. Instructions to receive your rewards:     1. Pick

Tuesday, July 1, 2014 3:39 PM

Staycation & Summer Specials in Mesa!

Come Celebrate 4th of July in Mesa!   Whether you are in town for the weekend or planning a summer staycation, Mesa has year-round deals for everyone. Book your stay today! See more on our website:   THIS WEEKEND: Relax by the pool and watch fireworks as you enjoy your stay at the Phoenix Marriott Mesa. Here, you will be amongst all the downtown happenings for a great price of only $69.00.  Throughout the summer, make sure to ask about their Water Park Fun and Boat Tour Experience on Saguaro Lake!

Thursday, May 9, 2013 11:56 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Summer Sidewalk Shopping

Summer is on its way! It's the perfect time bring out the flip flops and take a walk along Downtown Mesa's Main Street to peak inside the cutest sidewalk boutiques. When it comes to fashion, what girl wouldn't want to find the latest designs with the best prices to match? This is the perfect time of the year to get outside and enrich the fashionista inside you! Mesa's Main Street offers authentic styles, custom brands and bargain sales on trendy must-haves that will leave you taking a double look at the display windows. So grab yourself an iced latte at  Lofi Coffee House

Friday, March 30, 2012 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

Queen Creek Olive Mill

If you are looking for a day trip out of the city I highly suggest visiting the Queen Creek Olive Mill! This past week I had the opportunity to visit the mill on a media tour. This boutique establishment has an assortment of flavored olive oils that range from garlic, chili, and bacon to vanilla bean and chocolate. Not to mention they also produce specialty infused vinegars such as Pomegranate, White and Fig Balsamic Vinegar. We started our visit with a delicious Caramel Latte from Superstition Coffee. Superstition Coffee is new to the mill and is an excellent addition. After we got our coffee

Thursday, February 9, 2012 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

We love Pinterest!

Have you heard of the new craze, Pinterest? It is very addicting for those “pinning” craft ideas, home décor, planning weddings, and book marking places they would like to visit, and things they want to see. It is like scrapbooking, only virtual. So Visit Mesa thought that we would create our own Pinterest account and be part of the action. After all, a picture says a thousand words and we have plenty of them and plenty to say about Mesa! We want to help people decide where to visit, use our tourism bureau as a fun resource while planning their trip, and connect with us

Friday, January 27, 2012 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team


Hello, my name is Gayle and I’m known in the office as the resident birdwatcher, hiker, and gardener. I’d like to be able to say that I can pick oranges from my backyard tree but it was planted about a year ago and is too young. So, what do I do when I want some tasty citrus? Take a drive to the original Orange Patch on Lehi Road. It reminds me of walking into a Midwestern produce market. Right inside the door are samples of navel oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, and Arizona sweets -- so you can try before you buy. The market also has honey, nuts, chocolate, jams & jellies,

Friday, January 13, 2012 12:00 AM by Visit Mesa Team

2nd Fridays in Mesa

Today is Friday the 13 th ! It is also 2 nd Friday Night Out in Downtown Mesa .  If you have not had an opportunity to come enjoy downtown Mesa and what it has to offer, tonight is the night! Known as the “Square Mile of Unique Style”, it is really becoming the place to be for shopping and dining. This is the perfect chance to do some local shopping and support the small businesses in your community. I have even taken a personal pledge to “Shop Local” and made this effort for one of my 2012 resolutions. On the 2 nd Friday of every month Downtown Mesa’s Main