Tastes of Tempe

Four Peaks Brewery

One of Tempe’s most popular destinations are microbreweries

Four Peaks Brewing Company, located near the ASU campus, is housed in a turn-of-the-century brick building, formerly the Borden’s Creamery warehouse. Unique to Arizona, Four Peaks offers a diverse selection of beers on tap; both year-round and many seasonal brews. Their award-winning beer, Kilt Lifter, is especially popular.

Gordon Biersch Brewery, located in Downtown Tempe, is an upscale Tempe bar and restaurant that serves its own German brews and outstanding cuisine. Its second floor location provides some wonderful views of Mill Avenue.

Sleepy Dog Brewery is a neighborhood favorite. Their tasting room in Tempe features beers with canine-inspired names such as Wet Snout Milk Stout and Tail Chaser IPA.

Huss Brewing Co. is owned by a husband and wife team. Their tap room features 20 taps with a revolving selection of beers made on site and the best craft beers from around the state.

Pedal Haus Brewery boasts the largest patio in Downtown Tempe, a delectable menu of gastropub favorites and European-style beers.

Experience Cuisine from Around the World in Tempe

Dine around the world, while never leaving Tempe, Arizona. All over the city, you can experience a variety of cuisines. Taste the flavors from south of the border at one of Tempe’s many family-owned Mexican food establishments such as Restaurant Mexico and Rosita’s.

Sample a savory chicken pita at Phoenicia Café, located next door to the Islamic Community Center. Or, eat with your fingers at Café Lalibela where you can try Ethiopian fare such as asifah, gomen and shiro wat. Get a taste of England at Cornish Pasty Co., a neighborhood hangout that serves up the a specialty from Cornwall, England – flaky dough filled with everything from Shepard’s Pie to Carne Adovada. Get a taste of Thailand at Thai Basil or Thai Elephant. Or, see why Guy Fieri featured the exceptional cuisine at Curry Corner on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives on the Food Network.