Nobuo at Teeter House
Nobuo at Teeter House offers an entirely new Japanese cuisine experience, with Asian fusion and wildly inventive omakase created by award winning Chef Nobuo Fukuda.
Open Tuesday – Sunday
Lunch 11am – 2pm
Dinner 5:30pm – 10pm
For more information call 602.254.0600 or go to
You are Here: Bouvier-Teeter House
The Bouvier-Teeter house was built in 1899 by Leon Bouvier. It is a Pyramid Cottage style home, the simplest type of single-family dwelling during the late Victorian period, a style that is a direct predecessor of the bungalow. Leon Bouvier was a cattleman and flour miller. Bouvier sold the home to Eliza Teeter in 1911 and she, in turn, rented the property until she moved into it in 1919.
Pizzeria Bianco & Bar Bianco
Pizzeria Bianco comes equipped with a wood burning brick oven, where owner Chris Bianco creates pizzas and entrees made with his homemade mozzarella cheese, fresh baked breads and locally grown vegetables.
Monday – Saturday 11am – 10pm
For more information call 602.258.8300, or go to
You are Here: Baird Machine Shop
You are Here: Thomas House
Built in 1909 for Judge Frank Thomas, this neoclassical style building was moved in 1985 to Block 15 (next to Heritage Square) from the corner of 1st Avenue and Sherman Street to save the structure from demolition.
New to Heritage Square, Anhelo’s menu is comprised of locally sourced, seasonal ingredients brought together to create dishes meant to be shared with friends old and new.
Tuesday – Sunday 5pm-10pm
For more information call 602.596.7745, or go to
You are Here: Silva House
The Silva house was built in 1900 by A.K.C. Kirchoff, a Phoenix liquor dealer, on land he purchased from Flora Rosson. The building is a good example of bungalow architecture, with neoclassical revival references. Kirchoff sold it in 1906 to Alejandro Silva, a Glendale rancher and warehouse owner.
Royal Coffee Bar & Roasting Co.
Royal is an independent, locally owned coffee shop and roastery that serves traditional, unpretentious tea, coffee and espresso drinks.
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm + Special Events
You are Here: Teeter Carriage House
The Teeter carriage house was built in 1899 as the mule barn for the Bouvier-Teeter house. It is typical of the traditional carriage house structure, with vehicle, animal and tack storage below, and a loft for feed above. Detached carriage houses were common before garages and carports became popular.