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World of Beer

World of Beer

At World of Beer, it’s easy for brewing enthusiasts to fall head over heels for hop knots, IPAs, wheats, whites, and everything in between.
Casablanca Lounge

Casablanca Lounge

Spectacular views of both Old Town and Camelback Mountain at sunset aren't the only amenity afforded by this swank third-floor lounge along the Scottsdale Waterfront.
Rhythm Room

Rhythm Room

Jumping and jiving every night of the week, the Rhythm Room has long served as the Valley's best joint to catch performances from blues, jazz, and roots musicians.

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  • Cactus Jack

    Cactus Jack's Ahwatukee Tavern

    4747 E. Elliot Road Ahwatukee, AZ 85044
    480-753-4733 We started coming to Cactus Jack's for an after-work beer, but soon discovered the delicious food specials and now head here for early evening suppers. And what suppers! On Wednesdays, a two-topping pizza is only four bucks-talk about help getting over hump day! Speaking of pizza, Friday night is the night for Cactus Jack's All You Can Eat Pizza Smorgasbord-delicious, hot pies and side salads fresh from the kitchen and sure to please even the less-inebriated. Every meal at this cool club is accompanied by a drink special, so be sure to ask the bartender as you arrive-hopefully with an appetite. Read more about Cactus Jack's Ahwatukee Tavern >>

  • Cactus Moon

    Cactus Moon

    1017 N. Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Cactus Moon Sports Grill

    Cactus Moon Sports Grill

    1017 N. Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-833-2226 There's no shortage of places to catch a game in the East Valley, but forget about finding a seat if you don't stake out a spot well before kickoff. That's when we head to Cactus Moon. Because whether we show up in the first half or the bottom of the ninth, there's always room for us and our beer. We'll admit we were skeptical of a sports bar in the Mesa Riverview shopping complex, but there's nothing corporate about this family-run operation. Even after the final whistle blows, we stick around for when they clear the floor for late-night fun. Our favorite is Thursday's country-Western theme. Read more about Cactus Moon Sports Grill >>

  • Calico Jack

    Calico Jack's Cantina

    6770 N. Sunrise Blvd. Glendale, AZ 85305

  • Cameo

    4280 N. Drinkwater Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Captain's

    300 W. Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85120

  • The Caravan

    The Caravan

    4835 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015

    When there's a sign in the bar that says "restrooms for customers only," you know you're in a dive bar. When there are other signs that read "no drinking other people's beer," you know you're at The Caravan. Situated next to a smoke shop and convenience store and adorned with an exterior mural by painter Joerael Elliott that features elements of Hopi, Apache, Navajo, and Pima iconography, The Caravan welcomes its guests into a cavernous, blue-walled, and decidedly bare-bones joint. Turned-up tunes on the jukebox compete with the squawks of locals ordering up cheap beer and well liquor or yelling out jokes to their buddies across the bar ("If you throw a cat out the window, is it considered kitty litter?"). With a few TVs, a couple of pool tables, video games shoved in a corner, and walls sparsely decorated with standard-issue beer logo décor, true entertainment can be found in The Caravan's cast of lively characters, some who stop in just to down a shot before making a beeline for the door, and others just trying hard to follow the rules. Read more about The Caravan >>

  • C.A.S.A. Sunbá

    C.A.S.A. Sunbá

    15 E. 6th St. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-557-8226 C.A.S.A. SunBá takes the idea of a stylish Tempe drinkery and turns it inside out, literally. There aren’t any pool tables, dart boards, or even walls to speak of at this completely outdoor establishment that’s perched on the Sixth Street sidewalk and comprised of an open air bar, two levels of patio seating, and little else. Flocks of umbrellas, scores of overhead fans, a heavy-duty misting system, and ice-cold cocktails in plastic mini-buckets keep everyone chill in warmer climes with space heaters and hot toddies for the colder months. The wealth of better-than-average brews and primo spirits are always good year-round, as are any of the O.G. Burritos that meals unto themselves with such entrée-like names and fillings as “Thanksgiving Dinner,” “Chinese Take Out,” and “The Steak House.” There’s room enough for a small stage and set of turntables, which means occasional live entertainment to go along with the non-stop parade of freaks and geeks along nearby Mill Avenue. Read more about C.A.S.A. Sunbá >>

  • Casablanca Lounge

    Casablanca Lounge

    7134 E. Stetson Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-970-7888 Spectacular views of both Old Town and Camelback Mountain at sunset aren't the only amenity afforded by this swank third-floor lounge along the Scottsdale Waterfront. Its mixologists labor over their finely created cocktails, whether it’s the half-dozen options on the seasonally rotating menu or such pre-prohibition classics and standards like Sazerac, Old Fashioneds, or Manhattans, which compliment the lounge’s vintage appeal and old-timey blues and jazz acts that gig here. As much art as science, the intricate drink-making process involves measuring exact jiggers from an enormous surplus of first-class intoxicants, including more than 200 different bourbons and scotches, or muddling finely-cut ingredients to create spirits with swagger. And if you’ve indulged in one too many to make it safely downstairs, there’s an elevator that will safely return you to steadier ground. Read more about Casablanca Lounge >>

  • Casey Jones Bar & Grill

    Casey Jones Bar & Grill

    2848 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-493-9930 Do the words "Lambeau Field" get your blood pumping? Do you still own a vintage Brett Favre jersey from his days with Green Bay that you just can't bring yourself to toss out? Casey Jones is the place to be whenever the Packers take to the gridiron. A Cheesehead haven since it opened back in 1993, this NoPho neighborhood bar boasts Green and Gold memorabilia aplenty and provides a place to worship at the altar of Vince Lombardi. Fans of other football franchises can also catch their teams thanks to Casey's subscriptions to NFL Sunday Ticket and all the premium satellite packages. Even when there aren't any games on, there are plenty of reasons to visit. The twice-daily happy hour (running from 11 a.m to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close) has 35-cent wings, $1.75 domestic pints, and $2.75 specialty cocktails. On Friday nights, you also can unleash your inner rock star during the weekly karaoke session. Just save some energy for Sunday morning. Read more about Casey Jones Bar & Grill >>

  • Casey Moore

    Casey Moore's Oyster House

    850 S. Ash Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-968-9935 Where everyone knows your name, and the grub's never lame. Seafood's a safe bet here, with the fish and chips and oysters Rockefeller being our faves. Dine upstairs in quaint tranquility and coziness, downstairs in a more pubbish setting, or outside on Casey Moore's vast, wrap-around patio. ASU students, their parents, and longtime Tempeans all meet up here to bend their elbows, quaff pints and fill their bellies. A fun spot, and a veritable Tempe institution, chances are if you're in the area on a weekend night, you'll end up at Casey's. Read more about Casey Moore's Oyster House >>

  • Cash Inn Country

    Cash Inn Country

    2140 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-244-9943 Cash Inn is a large LGBT-friendly and country-themed dance club situated along McDowell Road that features wood-paneled walls and line dancing lessons on a large, checkered dance floor. The musical menu isn't all honky-tonks and crooning, however, as DJs spin a diverse variety of genres throughout the week, ranging from Latin to Top 40. Tea dance parties, Phoenix Mercury fan gatherings, and live performances by female illusionists are all regularly featured. Read more about Cash Inn Country >>

  • Castaways

    5110 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85008

  • Catalina Sports Bar & Grill

    Catalina Sports Bar & Grill

    2939 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016

  • Catch 22 Sports Grill

    Catch 22 Sports Grill

    18725 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    602-482-9222 Phoenix's Catch 22 does a little bit of everything. The best category for this place is "sports bar" - they have 28 flatscreen TVs tuned to the big games and a nice selection of tap beers - but the proprietors go the extra mile in a few different directions. Patrons can shoot a little stick or relax on one of the leather couches, which gives the bar a bachelor-pad feel. If you're more interested in music, there's an open mic night on Thursdays and a rotating cast of bands on the weekends. Oh, yes, and they're doing the party-hosting thing, too, with the recent addition of a banquet room and a full menu. The crowd varies by the time and day, but depending on when you stop in you'll find everything from face-painted sports nuts to button-down office workers unwinding after a long day of work. Read more about Catch 22 Sports Grill >>

  • Champions Sports Saloon

    Champions Sports Saloon

    211 N. Gilbert Road Gilbert, AZ 85234
    480-545-9669 Downtown Gilbert is known for its culinary offerings (see: Joe's BBQ, Liberty Market, and Joe's Farm Grill), but Champions Sports Saloon puts in a serious bid as the area's premier dive bar. Dive may not be the correct world for Champions. Though fondly remembered as The Coin, which was a genuine dive, in the best sense of the word, Champions has received a spit-shine in recent years, though the management has had the good sense to leave the rougher edges intact. The glowing neon sign beams proudly onto the street, beckoning visitors to investigate its wood-paneled interior. The bar's original register still sits proudly on the wall, accompanied by a slew of dartboards, a vintage Galaga/Ms. Pacman Machine, and a glowing Monster Mash pinball machine -- with a patron's high score scrawled on a piece of paper and taped onto the machine itself, a sign of the kind of person you'd want to hang out with for sure. Read more about Champions Sports Saloon >>

  • Chantilly


    717 W. Union Hills Drive New River, AZ 85027

  • Char

    Char's Has the Blues

    4631 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-230-0205 A freestanding roadhouse located just south of Camelback Road, Char's features various Valley blues, funk, R&B, and soul artists performing seven nights a week for music aficionados who also get some stick time playing pool or sipping bourbon with friends. If you're looking for a spot to get down and funky to Motown classics, this is the spot. Read more about Char's Has the Blues >>

  • Charley

    Charley's Place

    4324 W. Thunderbird Road Glendale, AZ 85306
    602-439-1668 Given its location, almost directly across the street from ASU West, it should come as no surprise that this Glendale spirit shack has become a favorite after-class drinking retreat for both students and professors alike. It makes for some intense games of interactive trivia, as collegiate brainiacs try to outdo each other with fierce knowledge of factoids. Charley's Place is also popular with the neighborhood crowd, which comes in for cheap drinks ($2 domestic bottles and well cocktails until 7 p.m. daily), cheap thrills (50-cent pool tables), and karaoke four nights a week, from Thursday through Sunday. Texas Hold'em tournaments also take place every Tuesday, and steak dinner specials are available on Wednesdays and Saturday evenings for those college kids who want to stretch their shoestring budgets. Read more about Charley's Place >>

  • Charlie


    727 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-265-0224 For years, this swishy CenPho saloon was known as the "lil bitty ol' pissant country place" that almost exclusively attracted only tight-Wranglered gay folk and Marlboro Mary's. But times have changed and so has Charlie's. A renovation last year has improved the décor and expanded its size considerably, offering a much larger dance floor on which a far more diverse crowd can either bust out with two-steppin' or shake their asses to high-energy dance, country music, and Latin-oriented jams all night. Some things haven't changed; there's still the always-muscular bartending staff and after-hours dancing until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Read more about Charlie's >>

  • Chase Field

    Chase Field

    401 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2438

  • Cheers Tavern

    Cheers Tavern

    5915 W. Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308-3711

  • Chilleen's on 17

    33150 S. Cold Water Rd. Black Canyon City, AZ 85324

  • Chilly Bombers

    Chilly Bombers

    4917 W. Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308
    602-298-0843 West Valley bros and their babes bump humps at Chilly Bombers to Top 40 and hip-hop or head to the bar to suck down a selection of ice-cold specialty drinks and bombers, like the sweet sounding Purple Gatorade and Gummy Bear shots. Yum! Read more about Chilly Bombers >>

  • Chopper John

    Chopper John's

    2547 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-0881 This place sure has a long legacy behind it: After opening in 1952 as the Red Diamond, this former residence has been known as Cholla Bay, Louie's, VJ's, and McGuires throughout the years. Things settled down when it became the blues joint Warsaw Wally's for a couple of decades, but switched into the 26th Street Blues Bar, and finally Chopper John's. Besides offering live music on Friday and Saturday nights, this nightspot has the usual pool tables, dart machines, and touch-screen video games. Just don't bust your head open on one of the low-hanging rafters. Read more about Chopper John's >>

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