Phoenix, Arizona and the surrounding cities have some amazing hot spots, tourist traps, festivals, sights and night life. Max and Cinta have no interest in reiterating any of that nonsense!
Visit the city's side streets, forgotten histories, ghosts, and mysteries. Follow the rumors and little known facts about this vast desert city and the outlying towns that are growing up around it.
A word before I continue on with this entry; Max is not,
I repeat, not, a vegetarian, vegan, or otherwise greenie. That said, he
devoured this week’s lunch.
Green is indeed all vegan, but carnivores should not
avoid a taste. Max was quite content with the “Moo” shroom po-boy, and while he
wasn’t thrilled by the pasta salad side, I took care of it without question
along with my order. The jerk tofu salad left me full and content and not
regretting a bite.
If you are not super hungry, still stop in, the décor is
very unique and the vimto drink is amazing!
2022 North 7th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
As I am now among the staff of the Alzheimer’s Association
Desert South West Chapter, visiting fun lunch places downtown is even more of a
thrill. Ah yes, the life and times of a cube worker. I am very much enjoying my
Public Allies position in the Alzheimer’s Association though!
On to the business at hand though. Max and I had lunch at a
great little “spot”. The Ladybug Sandwich Shop! This place is adorable! The
cute little patio and cozy dining area are truly crawling with ladybugs of all
sizes. More importantly, the sandwiches are tasty! The prices are a bit high
but totally worth every penny. A warning about the amazing homemade pickles;
they will make you pucker.
If you are looking for a super cute place to dine on your
lunch break, I completely recommend Ladybug. They are also open Saturdays now,
so maybe a nice weekend stop.