Finding Apartments for Rent in Mesa, AZ
Mesa apartments are located next to art centers, libraries, and colleges, making it perfect if you are new and do not have a car yet. You can expect to find apartments conveniently located next to major freeways such as the 101 and I-60. You will also find many apartments that have a washer and dryer in unit, furnished units, Wi-Fi included, and free basic cable.
Mesa is a great place for college students to live and it is very close to the action in Tempe, Chandler, and Scottsdale. Mesa apartments offer flexible leasing options as well as move-in promotions on a regular basis.
Shopping in Mesa, AZ
You can find every store possible in Mesa, AZ. There are friendly and fun shopping centers all over the city with the largest being Superstition Springs Shopping Center. At Superstition Springs Mall you can find Sears, Express, Rue 21, Aeropostale, Dillard’s and Famous Footwear. There are plenty of places to eat as well in the Mall and it is open 7 days a week. Mesa also has shopping in the Downtown Mesa area with art events that allow you to buy unique gifts.
Some of the best shopping in Mesa is at its Lost Dutchman Gold Mine. Far in East Mesa there are a lot of desert shops that cater to western clothing, Indian jewelry, and the history of Mesa and its mountains. There are little shops along Main Street that offer family crafted gifts, often done by hand.
Dining in Mesa, AZ
You can expect to never go hungry in Mesa. There are restaurants at every corner. Starting with the Mall, you can find places like Applebees, Blue Adobe Grill, and a fully loaded food court. When it comes to dining out, Mesa has places such as Buca di Beppo, Rockin Ranch, Mammoth Steak House at Goldfield Ghost Town, Mesa Amphitheatre, and Matta’s Grill and Cantina. You will also find places such as Olive Garden, Denny’s and Red Lobster. Other places to eat are located in the malls all throughout Mesa. These include the Fiesta Mall and the Outlets nearby in Chandler.
One of the most popular places to eat in Mesa is located in East Mesa, the Mining Camp Restaurant & The Dutchman’s Hide Out. This is a local favorite and has live shows, cowboy themed events and décor, and really brings the western aspect of Mesa to life. Mining Camp and Dutchman’s Hide Out are open year-round. The food is great and people are always smiling having a good time. You will love the hospitality and service.
Nightlife in Mesa, AZ
When it comes to nightlife Mesa does not mess around. You can find Western Town Steakhouse full every weekend with locals and tourist alike having a good time and great food. Another hotspot is the brand new Chicago Cubs spring training center located near the Mesa Riverview. Here you will find Toby Keith’s I love this Bar and Cactus Moon Sports Grill. Within walking distance to each other, Cactus Moon has a 1,000 square-foot dance floor with live djs playing rock and country music all night. Toby Keith’s plays live music weekly and both place offer happy hour.
A short distance from Mesa Riverview, in East Mesa, is a nightclub by the name of Denim & Diamonds. This nightclub offers a live entertainment and caters to both private parties and public patrons. This unique club has actual garage doors and a main stage that serves two different audiences at once.
If you are looking to venture more into the nightclub part of nightlife, Scottsdale is a short drive and offers Old Town Scottsdale. This part of town has clubs that range from house and techno to rock and hookah bars. It is a short drive down the 202 freeway and many local companies have transportation set-up between the two cities to avoid DUIs.
Weather in Mesa, AZ
You will love Mesa if you do not like snow. Mesa hardly ever sees snow, rain, and it's bright and sunny. The average temperature varies throughout the year but the lowest is usually seen in the month of January. The hottest month is the July, where temperatures reach 104 degrees. However on the months of December through April are between 66 degrees to 83 degrees with summer temperatures beginning in June at 92 degrees. Fall season is stunning and you will enjoy the warm crisp nights. The temperature stays between 66 and 75 degrees with the lowest dip being closer to winter.
You can expect to see a lot of outdoor camping in Mesa during the cooler times of the year. Families from all over Arizona visit Mesa for their outdoor events that boast the Superstition Mountains in the backdrop. There are plenty of cultural events held throughout the year that cater to near perfect weather. Mesa sees rain but when it rains, the rain only lasts a short time before the sun shines again.View Apartments in Mesa, Arizona
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