Mrs. White’s Golden Rule Cafe

Just east of Downtown, between Heritage Square and Eastlake Park, lies a changing area of Phoenix. Part of the Azteca Plaza shopping center has been demolished, and several new apartment buildings are under construction or recently completed. Amid these developments, there are some aspects of the neighborhood that remain much the same as they have been for decades. Two historic churches, Immaculate Heart and Tanner Chapel AME, are landmarks in the area, and in between them lies Mrs. White’s Golden Rule Cafe, a half-century-old restaurant. Continue reading “Mrs. White’s Golden Rule Cafe”

Papa Joe’s Fish-N-Que

It seems an unwritten rule that some of the foods least likely to be recommended by the Surgeon General are found the closest to hospitals. In the neighborhood of Phoenix immediately northwest of the 19th Avenue / Montebello light rail station, Papa Joe’s Fish-N-Que confirms that pattern by existing directly across the street from Abrazo Central Campus, formerly known as Phoenix Baptist Hospital. The restaurant is about one third of a mile from the rail station, and a back route along Palo Verde Drive offers a slightly longer but more pleasant alternative via bicycle. Continue reading “Papa Joe’s Fish-N-Que”

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