Downtown Flagstaff Refresh
Downtown Flagstaff is going through a renaissance. Have you noticed? Old places are being revitalized and have new faces. A few to note as you walk about downtown are:
Pin Ups Salon has moved even closer to the heart of downtown. Pin Ups Salon is now located at 107 N. San Francisco St. inside of the Mirror Gallery right off Heritage Square. This morning when I stopped in to say hi, Jesse had her hands deep in a client's hair. She specializes in making her clients as beautiful as possible. Stop in and see the new place.
The historic Grand Canyon Cafe has been refreshed. Owners Paul and Laura Moir have partnered up with Michael and Alissa Marquess of Mother Road Brewing to bring you a new version of an old favorite. There is a tasty brunch or breakfast menu and Chinese food! The classic dishes have been updated and kept on the menu. The crab wontons are made with real crab and the Kimchi Bloody Mary is definitely in the running for best in town. Stop in to 110 E. Rt. 66 and try out this new/old favorite for yourself.
Heidi Kruger and her staff at the Flagstaff General Store know their stuff. If you are in the market for apparel or home decor, this is a place for you to check out. They used to be out past the mall and had a loyal following even then because they offer everything for your home including furniture and lighting. They have lots of home decorating advice and host classes on home decorating projects. If you have not been in yet, stop in to 9 N. Leroux St. and see what they have done with their lovely new location.