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Coffee And Dessert Places In Globe

​Vida e Caffé​ 153 S Broad St​ Website This coffee shop is a cafe chain inspired by European street culture, for own-brand coffee, snacks and sweet baked items.​ Bernard’s Coffee Station & Cafe​ 725 W Ash St​ Website A small, quaint, family owned coffee shop with homemade meals! This place is great for when you want…

The Best Mexican Food Spots Around Globe

Los Robertos Mexican Food Website Located 1.5 miles away from the Copper Hills Inn, Los Robertos Mexican Food offers some of Globes best homestyle Mexican food. With over 50 items on the menu, you will find exactly what you have been craving! Chalo’s Casa Reynoso Website Located about 0.6 of a mile away from the…

Globe Treasures

  Prospectors heavily scouted Arizona in the late 1800s and found silver on the San Carlos Apache Reservation. This included a strange, globe-shaped nugget of silver, and the nickname “Globe” not only stuck but became the town’s proper name. After four years of prospecting, the silver ran out, but rich deposits of copper were found….

A Patriotic Fourth

  Globe has a rich and varied history. From the indigenous communities to the Wild West and influences from Mexico, Globe is a veritable melting pot. Yet it’s also remained relatively isolated. The small, charming community is a favorite getaway for the holidays, including the Fourth of July when historic downtown goes all out with…

The Farmer’s Market is Here!

  The Globe-Miami Farmer’s Market opens in June! Now in its eighth year, the joint effort between the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, AmeriCorps VISTA, and the Gila County Master Gardener Association has grown to become a beloved summer tradition. You’ll find it every Saturday at 150 N. Pine Street from 8 – 11 a.m….

Summer Solstice Cemetery Tour

  It all began in 2013, when Globe Main Street kicked off the first Summer Solstice Cemetery Tour to welcome summer in Globe in a unique way. The local, historic Globe Cemetery was created in 1878, and there’s a rich history behind this landmark. The first person buried there was Thomas Hammond, and his life…

Bullion Plaza Cultural Center

  Located in nearby Miami at 150 N. Plaza Circle, the Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum is committed to exhibiting and preserving the history—and human experience—of the Globe-Miami area. Hosting a number of educational programs and featuring publications, collections, and galleries, it’s the perfect destination for a spring outing in Globe. Permanent exhibits include…

May Festivals

  Head to the Gila County Fairgrounds for a massive Cinco de Mayo celebration on Saturday. The family-friendly fiesta includes live music, folklórico dancers, and of course plenty of delectable Mexican dishes. Globe has a rich, thriving Latinx population, and every year this fiesta gets bigger. It’s a time to usher in spring and celebrate…

Plan Your Wedding at Dream Manor Inn

Are you traveling to Globe for a wedding or other special event? Dream Manor Inn is conveniently close to your Globe hotel and offers special packages for spring weddings. The lush gardens of the estate provide the perfect backdrop to a once in a lifetime photo shoot. The on-site event planners will help you create…

San Carlos Apache Cultural Museum

  Just a few miles from your Globe hotel is the San Carlos Apache Cultural Museum at Mile Marker 272, Highway #70 in Peridot. Opened in 1995, the cultural center is in the heart of Apache Nation, which is home to over 15,000 tribal members of various Apache bands. Apaches descended from “the Ancients,” and…