A 380 Seat live theatre located in the heart of Downtown Gilbert, Hale Theatre has been Arizona's Premier Family Theatre since 2003. With comedies and musicals showing each and every weekend of the year, you won't want to miss out on the opportunity to see a clean, family friendly show throughout the year!
Working from a white charming cottage in the Heritage District, the jovial brothers behind Bergies Coffee custom roast their fresh, organic beans daily on the premises, their overall panache earning them the honor of Best Coffee House in the Southeast Valley for 2009 by Phoenix New Times. Taste their personalized passion in each luscious cup of drip java ($1.50 small, $1.75 medium, $2 large), which pairs finely with a muffin ($2) or a set of tired eyes. Study abroad alums can regale friends with tales of dredging the Trevi Fountain as they munch some biscotti ($2) and dive for Roman coins in each rich mug of espresso ($1.50 single, $2 double, $2.50 triple). Kick back in natural repose on the enchanting, spacious outdoor patio with an iced tea ($1.50 small, $1.75 medium, $2 large), which sets the stage for local musicians in evenings throughout the year and bands of local stockbrokers juggling flaming Blackberrys during fiscal season.
We are a community-based, character building youth development organization. We deliver the highest quality programs and provide opportunities to assist youth & teens in developing their self esteem, values and skills in a fun and safe environment.
If you’re tired of Arizona's desert landscape, blame the Flancer goat. Legend has it, the greedy little guy saw Arizona’s once lush land and greenery as a personal buffet—he ate and ate until the landscape became barren. And though he's now extinct, it is said that the goat's shadow can be seen running through the café with a satisfied grin on his face.
Lucky for hungry Arizona natives, Flancer’s manages to offer a robust, diverse menu despite its desert location. Sandwiches are built on made-from-scratch breads that are baked throughout the day. They come stacked with unique flavor combos such as filet mignon and caramelized onions, or chicken breast marinated with prickly pear.
Owner Jeff Flancer claims you won’t find the café's bruschetta anywhere else but Flancer’s. The appetizer comes with breaded goat cheese, basil, and tomato piled atop baked-to-order crouton bread. With innovative food offerings such as this, it’s no wonder the restaurant claims to have been "rockin' taste buds" since it opened in 2000.
Nestled in an idyllic converted 1920s farmhouse, The Gilbert House Restaurant dishes up a heartening medley of wholesome comfort cuisine and delectable handcrafted desserts. A savory array of breakfast vittles includes the owner’s signature apple pancakes, drizzled in a thick homemade apple-cider sauce ($6.75), as well as specialty omelettes, blended with seared green chilies ($8.25) and spicy chorizo ($8.75). The midday lunch slate features an eclectic array of tasty sandwiches ($7.25–$10.95), including a lean, range-fed buffalo burger ($9.25), a hardy, healthier alternative for guests seeking to slim down chubby, speech-flubbing tongues. Garden-noshing gastronomes can fix forks into crispy cobb salads ($8.95), and homemade desserts such as orange-custard rhubarb pie ($4.95) and apple-cinnamon bread pudding ($4.95) affix a metaphorical cherry atop stuffed belly sacks.
With shingled awnings along the walls, faux windows, and clay wall art, the dining room at La Casa Grill re-creates the look of an outdoor Mexican plaza. To complement the authentic vibe, the kitchen turns out traditional Mexican fare, such as marinated carne asada steak ($10.99), alongside Latin-inspired barbecue, such as green chile pork burgers ($10.99) and slow-cooked spare ribs ($18.99 for a full rack).
Housemade dough flies through the air at Gilbert Pizza, as chefs hand-stretch crusts into thin or thick varieties. Bell peppers, artichoke hearts, pineapple, and nearly 20 more fixings can top build-your-own pies. Alternatively, nine types of specialty pizzas—such as a White Pizza topped with whole-milk ricotta—eliminate the burden of choice, like saying "eenie, meeny, miny, moe" to pick which child to love the best. Chefs also sate Italian cravings with bolognese pasta, veal parmigiana, and subs stuffed with sausage and peppers.