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What's New in Downtown Flagstaff

Category: Downtown Blog

2023 brought a new year and new businesses to Downtown Flagstaff, join us in welcoming these new additions!

Flagstaff’s newest restaurant, Plantasia Eatery opened January 18th at 126 West Cottage Ave, south of the tracks. Plantasia is a plant-based, vegan and vegetarian restaurant with alternative dairy options. They are open for lunch and dinner, and offer a full bar. The restaurant is the latest concept from the owners of one of Flagstaff’s favorite brunch spots, Toasted Owl Café

North of the tracks, Downtown Flagstaff is welcoming two new dining options. Yogaert had its grand opening on Friday, February 17th. Yogaert is a frozen yogurt and local artisan shop. Enjoy yogurt with a fun toppings bar, and shop pieces from local artists! Yogaert is located at 3 East Aspen Ave. 

The Bondi Bowls Bus will be parked in the patio space in Aspen Alley, across from The HeArt Boxentrance. The bus will be open 10:30am-6pm, 7 days a week. Bondi Bowls offers acai and pitaya smoothie bowls, fresh squeezed lemonade, and snow cones with grab and go food options coming soon!

In other business news, Brio Hair Space has moved from Aspen Ave to 19 North San Francisco St. DLuxe Barber Shop has moved to 18 N. Leroux St. Wee Scotty has moved to 13 N. San Francisco St., Suite 208 and is available for appointments via their website. 

Meteor Crater is opening an office on Leroux St., more info coming soon!