Historic Downtown

Downtown Flagstaff is home to both historic hotels and trendy boutiques. Part of its charm is in the exterior architecture like the original Wells Fargo Bank's sculpted signage above the Flagstaff Piano Clock & Fine Art Gallery on the northwest corner of Leroux and Route 66, or the vintage advertisements painted on the sides of brick buildings.  Many businesses feature some of the original turn-of-the-century interior construction:  wood floors, stone walls and grand, tin ceiling tiles. 

The diverse personalities come to light at the various bars, restaurants and public spaces in the downtown area. It is all easy to traverse by foot and it is even easier to find what you're looking for, since the locals and college student there are incredibly friendly.  A hot dog vendor is usually parked at the northwest corner of San Francisco for the local lunch hour regulars and tourists alike.


Charly's Pub & Grill

Mia's Lounge

Monte Vista Lounge

The Zane Grey Ballroom


Uptown Billiards


U.S. Geological Survey Flagstaff Field Center

The Hotel Weatherford

J. Lawrence Walkup Skydome

Fatherwolf Designs and Gallery

Flagstaff Historic Walk

Artists Gallery

Absolute Bikes



Bigfoot Bar-B-Q

Dara Thai

Salsa Brava

Josephine's Modern American Bistro

Downtown Diner

Alpine Pizza

Brix Restaurant & Wine Bar

Mountain Oasis International Restaurant

Criollo Latin Kitchen

Beaver Street Brewery and Whistle Stop Cafe

The Wine Loft

Diablo Burger

Tinderbox Kitchen


Budget Inn

Inn At 410 Bed & Breakfast

Comfi Cottages of Flagstaff

Hotel Weatherford

Dierker House Bed & Breakfast

Rodeway Inn Downtown

Inn at 410

Du Beau Hostel

England House Bed and Breakfast

Hotel Monte Vista

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