By Gretchen Pahia
Photo courtesy of The Spot at Arcadia
A Valley hot spot has revamped its look, reopened to the public, and is now ready to become a premiere sports lover destination.
With 40 television screens, The Spot at Arcadia is now a must-visit destination in the Valley. After a two-month renovation, The Spot is a wonderful option when looking for a place to gather with friends, family, or just grab a good bite to eat.
Vying to become one of the best sports headquarters in the area, The Spot not only serves dinner daily but also offers a brunch option on the weekends. Within its newly redesigned interiors, you’ll find a fresh lounge space and great outdoor seating as well, perfect for those cooler days on the way.
One of the standout features The Spot touts in its renovated space is the addition of a private lounge. This space is filled with tables, chairs, couches, numerous televisions, and space to enjoy. The lounge is also a great option for companies seeking to host private events or meetings and can also be booked for private parties and special occasions.
Gameday will never be the same once you’ve visited The Spot. Considering all the screens broadcasting dozens of games, there is bound to be something appealing on TV for every sports fan. The crew at The Spot not only revamped the interior, but they also changed up the menu with some great food and drink options, an extensive brunch serving menu, and a great overall atmosphere for one and all to enjoy.
If you are looking for some very special brunch offerings, be sure to check out one of their one-of-a-kind menu options including fun Fruity Pebble pancakes, banana bread foster pancakes, lobster benedict, breakfast pizza, Hawaiian French toast, chocolate French toast, and much more.
The Spot also has an extensive dinner menu. Options include wings, house made hummus, roasted Brussels sprout mélange, and jerk chicken fondue. There are also some pizza options including Hawaiian BBQ, chicken bacon ranch, and the Tres Amigos, which is three meats including pepperoni, sausage, and bacon. Entrée items include lobster roll, mojo skirt steak, Asian salmon tacos, Caribbean salmon, and burger and sandwich options as well. These include the Arcadia burger, southwest burger, teriyaki chicken sandwich, and a Kalua pork sandwich.
The Spot also offers penny drink specials during the week and bottomless food items from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., with a two-hour limit, and diverse options. Saturdays and Sundays include a brunch extravaganza followed by more bottomless delights.
The Spot is open seven days a week and is located at 4801 E. Indian School, in Phoenix. For more information, visit thespotarcadia.com.