Wine & Dine
It’s highly recommended to bring a full appetite when traveling to Globe-Miami. With a history deeply rooted in Mexican, Slavik, and Native American culture, the restaurants, bars, and cafes of Cobre Valley embody authentically cultural and unique twists.
Globe-Miami Farmers’ Market
The Globe-Miami Farmers' Market is dedicated to serving to fresh, locally grown produce, a variety of hand-made craft items, and a fun, family atmosphere. For the compost lovers, you can even take care of all your vermiculture needs! The market is open every Saturday from June to October from 8:00 - 11:00 am.
Nurd Berger Cafe
When you think of a diner, you might envision a 1950’s themed cafe with gourmet burgers, onion rings and delicious milkshakes. Remove the 50’s, replace it with retro video games and memorabilia and you’ve got Nurd Berger. Come in and embrace your inner nerd while enjoying some of the best American Grill fare Globe has to offer.
Bernard’s Coffee Station
Bernard’s is a great place to stop, grab a hot cup of coffee or Chai tea and a freshly made pastry, or post up for a day out of the office with free wi-fi and great conversation. Weekly events include Open Mic Night, Bible study, and Karaoke.
Copper Hen Bakery & Cafe
The Copper Hen is a community hot spot for breakfast and lunch. Offering daily specials and off-menu items, The Copper Hen will have something for every appetite. Stop by during your visit to Downtown Globe.
Globe-Miami Style Mexican Food is a claim to fame and source of pride for this community as a whole. With a variety of family-run, authentic Mexican restaurants, you absolutely cannot pass through Globe-Miami without getting your Mexican food fix. Although each place is famous for different dishes, it is absolutely safe to say that there are probably secret menu items you’re not seeing but about which you should definitely inquire. Chalo’s (green chili), Guayo’s on the Trail, Guayo’s El Rey, La Casita (flour tortilla chips/green chili), Los Robertos (horchata), El Ranchito (salsa).
Serving up burgers, sandwiches, pastas, salads, dinner entrees, and desserts, Copper Bistro also offers a full bar and daily lunch and dinner specials.
Farley’s Irish Pub
Globe’s neighborhood pub, offering craft beer, oversized Jenga and off-track betting. Hours are Wednesday-Sunday from Noon to ‘Close’.
Located in historical, downtown Globe, Bloom serves up the finest handcrafted Asian cuisine. They use top quality products and all natural fresh ingredients with a menu that encompasses the best selections of the Asian Pacific Rim culinary arts. As their website says - Come enjoy something simply different.
One of Globe's favorite pizza places, DeMarco's offers a relaxed family-friendly dining experience and serves up an eclectic menu featuring savory pies, salads, sandwiches, and pastas. Try the lobster ravioli and make sure to finish your meal with a scoop or two of ice cream.
With a website that touts “Famous since 1951 for our Seasoned Salt” how could one resist the Burger House? Located in Miami, Burger House pairs delicious burgers, hot dogs, and sandwiches with Jack’s Famous Fries, which they suggest washing down with a malt, shake, or cherry coke. Did we mention their famous Seasoned Salt?
Every town needs their favorite dive bar and in Globe, Jammerz is it. Known for friendly service and unique events, you will want to stop by and see what makes Jammerz so beloved.
Vida e Caffé
Knowns as “a soulful place where people share ‘life and coffee’ together.” It is not uncommon to run into friendly and familiar faces in Vida - especially if you’re a local. A favorite of Globe-Miami residents, Vida’s delicious coffee and morning pastries along with cozy seating and wi-fi make it a great meeting place to catch up with old friends.
Drift Inn Saloon
A staple to Globe’s downtown district, this friendly bar is home to many traveling bikers. The Drift Inn has been a historical saloon since 1902. So you’re sure to hear a few ghost stories among lively conversations with locals.