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ISO recommendation in between Mesa & Goodyear

iphonechica | Apr 5, 201208:55 PM     2

Hello -

I'm looking for a place to meet up with some girlfriends that will be open until at least 9:00 PM. I have friends coming from Mesa and Goodyear so would like something in between. Since downtown is pretty much a deadzone...do you have any suggestions?

Would like a comfy/cozy place with good food...maybe even wine. Or a cafe type place. We are a group of knitters...yes, I know it's a food board, but it is helpful to note that we may need space to spread out and comfortable seating. And I will have my newborn along for the ride. (Thought of Duck & Decanter, but they close at 7:00 at Camelback location and earlier at the other two.)

It would be helpful to have easy access on/off highway.

Your suggestions would be much appreciated. Otherwise, we may need to just meet at a Starbucks.

Thanks.

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