Monorchid

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A classic cup of chai: from Monorchid

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Cold oats soaked in Greek yogurt: from Monorchid

Just a few blocks away from the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus is the perfect cup of chai.

It is not fancy or decorated, but it is smooth, flavorful and absolutely delicious.

Monorchid delivers as a go-to place to study-while-eating-brunch. Relaxing music, trendy art pieces, an open-space concept and friendly staff ensure a pleasant experience.

If you are on-the-go and do not have time to sit and eat from their all day breakfast menu, the cold-oats are both convenient and healthy.  Their oats soak overnight in greek yogurt, then mixed with apples, coconut, sliced almonds and cinnamon.

In line with their urban open-space layout, Monorchid is connected to The Dressing Room, which caters to a slightly different audience, featuring a bar and more late-afternoon food options such as fish tacos!  On the other side of this trendy brunch spot is a large space where art galleries are held. On the first Friday of each month Roosevelt Row Art District has art shows and food trucks that take over a few block. On the first Fridays you are guaranteed a free visit to an art gallery by stopping by Monorchid.

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A wall of moss and rows of succulents: from The Bosque

A plant sanctuary is also attached to Monorchid. Walking into The Bosque you are transported into a tropical oasis. Featuring hanging plants, succulents, cacti and palm trees, if you need a cute new plant for your home, or just an artsy picture, The Bosque is one stop shopping.

Monorchid has it all. Study space, large windows, art, food and plants.

Blog post and photos: Sophia Molinar

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