Ohso & little O’s Sunnyslope Now Open

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8525 N. Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85020


Experience the unique blend of O.H.S.O. & Little O’s for an all-day experience. Start with Little O’s for your morning coffee, mini donuts, and breakfast, then transition to O.H.S.O.’s full-service dining for lunch, dinner, & brunch, complete with a dog-friendly patio. Our menu is unique to this location offering pizzas & pastas alongside our traditional O.H.S.O. favorites. Enjoy a wide selection of craft beer & wine available for dine-in & to-go.

See Menu  Beer on Tap & To-go


Hours of Operation

Little O’s Cafe Hours

Cafe Hours: 7am-Close Daily

Weekday Breakfast: 7am-11am, Monday-Friday

O.H.S.O. Full Service Dining Hours

Monday-Friday: 11am-10pm

Saturday & Sunday: 9am-Midnight, Brunch 9am-2pm

$25 Carryout Combos Deals

Your Go-To Pizza with a Bottle of Wine or a 4pk. of OHSO Beer – $25. Exclusively To-Go, 3-10 PM daily.

Get it delivered on DoorDash.

$25 Combo: Pizza & Bottle of Wine

Select bottles of wine with any pizza. Exclusively To-Go Daily from 3-10 PM.

$25 Combo: O.H.S.O. 4pk. & Pizza

4pk. of select O.H.S.O. Beers with any pizza. Exclusively To-Go Every Day from 3-10 PM.

Beer & Wine To-Go

Curated craft beer cooler and wide selection of wines available to-go daily.

O.H.S.O. Sunnyslope: Where History Meets Hospitality

Discover the latest addition to the O.H.S.O. family, nestled in the heart of Sunnyslope, Arizona. Our newest location is more than just a restaurant and brewery; it’s a celebration of the community’s rich history, housed in a building that has been a local landmark since 1915.

Engaging with the Community
O.H.S.O.’s engagement with the community extends beyond preservation. Through collaborations with Sunnyslope High School and ArtCultureAZ, the location has become a canvas for local creativity, including several murals and a mirror mosaic project that reflects the neighborhood’s diversity and ingenuity.

Celebrating Sunnyslope's Rich History

Embracing the Sunnyslope community’s rich heritage, this venture has flourished into a profound tribute to the neighborhood’s past, thanks to a collaboration with ArtCultureAZ and the Sunnyslope Historical Society. The interior is adorned with artifacts and artworks that narrate Sunnyslope’s story, from historical photos and articles to historical timeline. This initiative not only pays homage to the enduring spirit of Sunnyslope but also transforms the dining experience into a journey through time.

Living Connections: From Past to Present
We honor the site’s legacy as The Arbor, a popular dining and entertainment venue since 1915, highlighted by the discovery of a menu from the 1960s and the sharing of memories by the family of one of the original owners.

We celebrate The Arbor’s legacy and pioneering spirit, highlighted by Stan acquiring the first liquor license in Arizona. This tradition continues with our distinction as the state’s first distillery license holder, creating a meaningful connection between our histories

Welcome to Sunnyslope Mural
Welcome to Sunnyslope Mural: A collaborative creation by Eli Kim and Brad Justice of ArtCulture Arizona, inspired by historical commercial signage and the 1960 Sunnyslope High School Yearbook, showcasing the contributions of local residents.