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Business Resources Near Arizona State University-Tempe

When your student heads to college, there’s a whole new community to explore. We help parents find the resources they need. From ASU student housing to ASU off-campus apartments, we will point you to the most student-friendly housing options in Tempe. Along with on- and off-campus housing, your student may need help finding a bank near ASU, or a convenient Tempe healthcare provider. Last but not least, you’re sure to want to visit! Whether you’re looking for a place to stay for move-in, family weekend, graduation or any time in between, we can introduce you to the best hotels and restaurants near ASU campus plus share ideas for activities to enjoy with your student or on your own.

ASU Tempe Apartments & Housing

ASU Tempe Food & Drink

  • Z'tejas
    Z'tejas
    • 480-377-1170 |
    • 20 W 6th St12912 Hill Country Blvd Ste F-255 |

    Z'Tejas serves award-winning dishes made with fresh ingredients that highlight the flavors of the Southwestern and Mexican cuisines.

  • Gangnam Sushi & Grill
    Gangnam Sushi & Grill
    • 480-629-4062 |
    • 933 E University Dr Suite 115 |
    • Tempe AZ 85281

  • BurgerFi
    BurgerFi

  • New York Pizza Department
    New York Pizza Department

    Amazing dough made from scratch every day. Hand-tossed pies baked to perfection in classic stone ovens. Sauces made from family recipes, California vine-ripened tomatoes, and secret blends of spices. Whole-milk mozzarella that is made for us exclusively. Plus our secret ingredient _______£ water filtered exactly as it is in New York, which is why bagels and pizza there have such a distinctive East Coast flavor.

  • Club Luxx
    Club Luxx

    With our famous drink specials and top-notch weekly DJ's, Club LUXX will be your go-to spot in Downtown Phoenix! Come check us out!

  • Blasted Barley
    Blasted Barley

    Daily Specials Continued... Tuesdays: $3 Tacos, $3 Coronas, $3 Budlights, $5 Made from Scratch Margaritas Wednesdays: $7 2Banger (any blasted Barley Beer + any call shot) 8 pm-Close Thursdays: Pong Tournament @ 10pm. $3 All 3Olives Vodka, $4 Tincup Whiskey, $5 Budlight Pitchers, $6 House Pitchers, $15 Bud Buckets 8pm- Close Fridays: 241 Draft Fireball 10 pm-Close Saturdays: Brunch 10 am-3 pm $15 Bottomless Mimosas/241 Draft Fireball 10 am-close Sundays: Brunch 10 am-3 pm $15 Bottomless Mimosas/Reverse Happy Hour 9 am- close

  • Sushi 101
    Sushi 101
    • 480-317-0101 |
    • 920 E. University Drive, D-101 |
    • Tempe AZ 85281

  • Garcia's Mexican Restaurant
    Garcia's Mexican Restaurant
    • 480-838-9610 |
    • 5000 S Arizona Mills Circle |
    • Tempe AZ 85248

    In 1956 Olivia and Julio Garcia gathered the very best of the family's traditional recipes and opened the first Garcia's Mexcan Restaurant in Phoenix, Arizona. Garcia's proudly used only the freshest ingredients to create the finest Mexican dishes.

  • Gordon Biersch
    Gordon Biersch

    Inspired by the Reinheitsgebot of 1516, the Gordon Biersch experience rests upon the foundations of purity, simplicity and precision. This philosophy is most recognizable in our selection of authentic German lagers, each crafted on-site using only malted barley, hops, yeast and pure, filtered water. This same dedication extends to our kitchen, where our chefs create fresh dishes that perfectly balance comfort and excitement.

  • Favor
    Favor
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  • Zesty Zzeeks Pizza
    Zesty Zzeeks Pizza

    Classic pies, hearty sandwiches & wings served in a lively environment with karaoke & beers on tap.

  • Steak 'n Shake
    Steak 'n Shake

    Steak 'n Shake was founded in February, 1934 in Normal, Illinois. Gus Belt, Steak 'n Shake's founder, pioneered the concept of premium burgers.

ASU Tempe Health & Beauty

ASU Tempe Other

  • memoryBlue
    memoryBlue
    • |
    • Silicon Valley, D.C. Metro Area, and Austin, TX |
    • insidesalescareers@memoryblue.com 703-778-5765

  • Dex Media
    Dex Media
    • |
    • 2200 W Airfield Dr |
    • Dallas, TX 75261 dexmedia.com/careers

  • Ferguson PLC
    Ferguson PLC
    • |
    • 12500 Jefferson Ave |
    • Newport News VA 23602 Elizabeth.mcleod@ferguson.com Jamie.hayn

  • Tom James
    Tom James
    • 800-955-7101 |
    • 263 Seaboard Lane, Franklin, TN 37027 |
    • Heather Jay: h.jay@tomjames.com Leigh Furline: l.furline@tomjames.com www.tomjam

  • Microfix
    Microfix
    • 480-219-6801 |
    • 1740 E Broadway Rd, Ste. 105 |
    • Tempe AZ 85282

  • Enterprise Holdings

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