Bomberos Phoenix

A video tour of Bomberos Cafe and Wine Bar

If you are looking for somewhere to hang out after the Sunny Slope Art Walk this Saturday April 10th, you can always head over to Bomberos Cafe and Wine Bar. It’s located on Central Avenue just south of Dunlap. I paid a visit to Bomberos a few nights ago and met up with owner Oscar Mastrantuono. Oscar is from Paraguay, and Bomberos is the only place in Arizona that has an all South American Wine list. In this video he leads us through the former fire station, and onto the back patio. Then we check out the wines, and he shows me several interesting items. A syrah from Paraguay, a beer from Argentina and a traditional South American tea. For more info on Bomberos click the link below the video

Bomberos Website

Bomberos Cafe and Wine Bar, Phoenix Arizona

Bomberos is located on an old fire station (Bomberos is firemen in Spanish).  I’ve been there a number of times on Thursday nights when they have live music on the back patio.  Comfortable couches and chairs allow you to lounge, drink and eat in comfort.  Their focus is  South American wine and cuisine. Most of the appetizers are around $10 and most wines are $10-$15 a glass.  Wines are half price during happy hour!   They have live music on Thursday and Saturday nights.

8801 North Central Ave, Phoenix

602 687 8466

Bomberos website