Photo: Taco Chelo

Latinx people make up over 40% of the population in Phoenix, Arizona, which makes Latinx (Hispanic) Heritage Month an exciting time to #SpendLikeItMatters. There is no shortage of amazing Phoenix Latino-owned businesses to support, but we’ve put together an In-TEN-tionalist guide to some great spots to eat, drink, and shop: 


Taco Chelo, owned by Aaron Chamberlin, Suny Santana, and Gennaro Garcia 

Tres Leches Cafe, owned by ET Rivera & Brianna Aguilera-Rivera

Barrio Cafe Gran Reserva, owned by Silvana Salcido Esparza

Tacos Chiwas, owned by Nadia Holguin and Armando Hernandez


Azukar Coffee, owned by Sandra and Norberto Flores

El Charro Hipster Bar & Cafe, owned by Francisco Peralta

Fair Trade Cafe, owned by Stephanie Vasquez


The Sagrado Galleria, owned by Sam Gomez and Jay Olivas

Palabras Bookstore, owned by Rosie Magaña

ABLOOM Salon, owned by Alejandra Martinez

We continue to add brick and mortar small business listings in cities like Phoenix thanks to folks like Angela G., who suggested her favorites. Be like Angela and suggest your favorite Phoenix Latino-owned small businesses. 

10 Latino-owned businesses barely enough to whet your appetite? Check out the Intentionalist Latinx Heritage Month page for quick access to all of the Latino-owned businesses on our site along with information on featured businesses and community events.

To learn more about Intentionalist please visit our websitesuggest your favorite small businesses, and be sure that you’re following us on social media (InstagramFacebookTwitter). Thanks for all you do to #BeIntentional and #SpendLikeItMatters!

Intentionalist is your local guide to small businesses and the diverse people behind them. We believe that where you spend your money matters, and we’re sure glad you do too! Whether you identify as a localist, activist, or just a good neighbor, we make it easy for you to connect with, learn about, and support small businesses in your community through everyday decisions about where you eat, drink, and shop.

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