Nothing makes a night out better than strolling in the nice Arizona Fall air while browsing art and home-grown crafts. When the weather finally cools off and becomes highly enjoyable, there’s no better state to enjoy outdoor activities. The perfect night air makes ArtBridge Thursdays in Scottsdale particularly enjoyable.
This event takes place on Thursday nights at the Marshall Way Pedestrian Bridge, where it shifts from daytime to nighttime into an outdoor gallery of artisans. At this bridge event, the whole family can peruse art, crafts, and jewelry sold by both local and regional artists. There are tables set up for the exhibits and live music or entertainment playing for further enjoyment.
While this makes a great date night out for a quick break from the busy week, it also makes a fantastic event for the whole family to partake in. With art for the adults, crafts and jewelry for the kids, and live entertainment for all, no one misses out on the fun.
After enjoying the ArtBridge, take the family across the canal for dinner at the Culinary Dropout (7135 E Camelback Road). One of the most popular favorites is their provolone fondue served with soft pretzels for dipping. This appetizer alone will make the night out worthwhile.
If Thursday nights don’t work so well for you to experience the ArtBridge nights, they also offer this event in the same place during the daytime on the weekends.