Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Oh, Oh, O.H.S.O.!


O.H.S.O., Right off the Arizona Canal path, 4900 E. Indian School: Bike Friendly! Friendly dog patio!!


Copious bike parking, right off the path! Is it dog friendly, or friendly dog?

I think I shall have a cold one, and some ride fuel appetizer, on the patio, to think it over.

Between this, and the prominent bicycle rack at NoRTH reSTaRanT, and the one at Kitchen 56 (which was giving discounts for a while just for showing up on a bike), I'm beginning to think there's a bicycle-friendly theme picking up steam in this city. Or a least, picking up take-out.

4 comments:

  1. I agree. You've highlighted some of the best in Arcadia. I'd also add Chelsea's Kitchen in that part of town. It has a bike rack and patio set right against the north bank of the Arizona Canal. Another cluster of bike-friendly dining exists a few miles west in Uptown. Just check out the big bike racks on the patio of Postino Central and Windsor/Churn.

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    1. I did visit and post about the great racks right on the canal at Chelsea's Kitchen, here: A Proper Interface Between Canal and Community, and also have some pictures of the LGO rack just down the street. I have to check out the Uptown racks you mention.

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  2. Is that bike rack connected to the Earth by four simple, easily undone hex nuts as it appears? Will there be a yellow card affixed to any bike using it?

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    1. Steve, I'll have to go an perform a fastener analysis. The bike parked in the rebar rack appears to be not-locked. But perhaps there is a friendly dog with large teeth keeping an eye on it.

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