Downtown Chandler is full of great places to dine and hang out with family and friends. Come to enjoy a delicious meal, grab a brew or take in a show at the Chandler Center for the Arts. We have it all.
Downtown Chandler Amenities
Looking for a gift, Western wear, a wedding dress, or a laugh? Look no further as Downtown Chandler is the home to several eclectic shops and even a laugh factory. Explore Downtown Chandler retail.
Downtown Chandler is home to several award-winning restaurants, casual eateries and popular bars. Dine in Downtown Chandler.
On any given night, there are special events happening in Downtown Chandler! Our partner, the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership (DCCP), keep a list of everything happening in the Entertainment District. There's almost never a dull day or night downtown. For City-sponsored events, visit the City's online calendar for details. Also, if you are interested in renting the stage for an upcoming event, refer to our Special Event Handbook. Find Downtown Chandler events.
Get your fresh produce, tasty treats, and more at the Chandler Farmers Market every Saturday (November through May) from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in Dr. A.J. Chandler Park, 3 S. Arizona Ave. It's located between Boston and Buffalo streets under the blue ramadas.
The City’s Cultural Affairs Division oversees the management and operations of the Chandler Center for the Arts, Vision Gallery, Libraries and Museum facilities. Each area offers a variety of services, programs, activities, and special events on a year-round basis. The City Museum also will feature a rotating display at the San Marcos Hotel.
This park is at the heart of the original town square designed by city founder, Dr. A.J. Chandler. It is surrounded by small shops, galleries, restaurants, office buildings, and the historic San Marcos Resort. The park remains a community gathering place and hosts many special events throughout the year.
The City of Chandler partners with the DCCP, a 501(c) (6) not-for-profit corporation, whose mission is to mobilize leadership and resources to advance the development of Downtown Chandler as a regional destination for shopping, dining, living, culture, and the arts. It works on behalf of the Enhanced Municipal District, created in 2006, to provide enhanced marketing and promotion, safety, and beautification of the downtown area beyond what is done by the City of Chandler and downtown merchants.
The District is bordered on the north by Chandler Blvd; the south by Frye Road; the east by Delaware Street; and the west through Dakota, California and Oregon streets.
Visit the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership today to explore events, shops and much, much more!