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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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  • Dave's Place

    2710 W. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053-7500
    602-866-9898

  • Degree 270 at Talking Stick Resort

    Degree 270 at Talking Stick Resort

    9800 E. Indian Bend Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85256
    480-850-7777

    http://www.talkingstickresort.com/ Located on the 14th floor of Scottsdale's Talking Stick Resort, Degree 270 offers breathtaking views of the valley, live entertainment, and dancing. Degree 270 offers table-side bottle service, specialty-infused cocktails, top shelf wine, and selected champagnes from the best vineyards in France amid modern décor. Dress code is enforced here, with a $10 cover for men and complimentary access for women. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Deli Sports Bar

    9635 W. Peoria Ave. Peoria, AZ 85345-6125
    623-979-5163

  • Desert Eagle Brewing Company

    Desert Eagle Brewing Company

    150 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-656-2662

    http://www.deserteaglebrewing.com Don't be surprised if you haven't heard of Desert Eagle just yet. After all, the Mesa brewery just opened less than a year ago in October 2012. However, since then, the young brewery has made a name for itself with inventive drafts in every style you can think up. We love the fruitier options that Desert Eagle offers, such as Pomegranate Wheat and Black Cherry Blonde. The taphouse might not look like much now, but we're sure that, with time, its subtle Southwesten décor will evolve into a cozy spot to have a drink. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Devil

    Devil's Advocate

    955 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-921-2585

    http://www.devilstempe.com/ This University Drive tavern has become one of the a favored drinking destinations of both the ASU set and refugees from the Scottsdale club scene. It's a bit more posh looking than its former identity as O'Malley's, with a dark wood design, plasma TVs, and plenty of leather seating. Tuesdays offer an acoustic open mic night, live music performances take place on Fridays, and different drink specials are available daily. Beats hanging out in your dorm room, that's for sure. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dick

    Dick's Hideaway

    6008 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-241-1881

    http://richardsonsnm.com/dicks-hideaway/ With no indication of its existence save two bougainvillea bushes guarding the door, Dick's Hideaway is a secluded reserve for those in the know. This bar and restaurant was once the spillover lounge for Richardson's, the popular restaurant that went up in smoke in July 2009, but now it's the sole attraction for people seeking Richardson's New Mexican fare. The main restaurant's kitchen was spared (lucky for us) and Dick's continues to serve food and daily drink specials to suits looking for a respite from the rat race. Despite its compact size -- a bar, three tables, and an adjoining party/dining room -- the warm wood, candles, and low light mean patrons will get familiar with each other fast as they crane their heads to see the blackboard specials or watch the tasty grub being cooked on the grill. Folks come from miles around for a giant lunchtime portion of Chile Adovada. (Served with one of the specialty tequilas, this makes a perfect early dinner too) For Breakfast, check out some of the southwest's best huevos rancheros or tuck into the Eggs Benedict, spiced up with hot jalapenos. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dierks Bentley

    Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row

    4420 N. Saddlebag Trail Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-4200

    http://www.dierkswhiskeyrow.com Dierks Bentley’s namesake bar, restaurant, and honky-tonk in Scottsdale is as homespun as one of the country star’s slew of chart-topping hits and just as raucous. It overflows with rustic charm -- a largish American flag mural and a vintage Farmall tractor decorate the entrance while reclaimed barn wood is everywhere -- and loud weekend hootenannies that compete with neighboring Saddlebag Trail nightspots for sheer rowdiness and volume. Ten elevated booths ring the 5,200-square-foot joint, each featuring tabletop taps that dispense beers (Newcastle, Blue Moon, Coors Light) and booze (Grey Goose, Yukon Jack) and offering excellent views of country and western bands performing on the stage suspended above the bar. The vittles, crafted by executive chef Samantha Roberts, also have a down-home flair, including the mac and cheese burgers, fried pickles, and a s'mores brûlée. Be sure to hit the dance floor after grubbing, however, to keep yourself from getting too big of a badonkadonk. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dilly Dally Lounge

    Dilly Dally Lounge

    3639 E. Indian School Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-955-0013

    There's a lot to be said for taking it slow. The Dilly Dally is a laidback dive that's perfect for those looking to unwind and imbibe. A simple neon sign welcomes locals and newcomers through a dark foyer into a cozy, carpeted room where the juke's never too loud, the games are never too numerous, and the book exchange is never without a James Patterson novel. Hot nuts can be had for 50 cents a bag and the cutout collage of nudie pics is always entertaining. Dirt-cheap drinks explain the lack of flashy promotions, a homemade calendar showcasing the pub's patrons awaits the next regular's birthday, and the ambassadors of the bar's "Fish Tank Specials" swim lazily in a unkempt aquarium while the friendlier, faster-moving barkeeps serve up the next round of relaxation. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dirty Dogg Saloon

    Dirty Dogg Saloon

    10409 N. Scottsdale Road Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
    480-368-8095

    http://www.dirtydoggsaloonaz.com When hog-riding bikers need a pit stop in north Scottsdale, they're most likely stopping by the Dirty Dogg Saloon. It's not just a biker bar, though, as college kids and twentysomethings frequent the spot, probably drawn to the sexualized vibe. Dirty Dogg is known for its weekly wet tee shirt contests on Wednesdays and the barely-there attire of the gorgeous bartenders who love to dance on the bar and hang from the rafters. Oh, and the ceiling is decorated with lingerie that was probably peeled off at the bar. It has all the trappings of a strip club; without the full-on nudity or champagne room; and it's dark enough for shy patrons and voyeurs to remain incognito. Besides all the busty action, the bar also features dirt-cheap daily drink specials. There are $2.50 Coronas on Fridays, $2 PBRs on Mondays (when there are also Texas Hold'em tournaments) and $4 Jack Daniels cocktails on Thursdays, when the bar also hosts live bands. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dirty Pelican

    6718 W. Deer Valley Road Glendale, AZ 85310
    623-566-0049

    https://www.facebook.com/TheDirtyPelican/

  • Dizzy

    Dizzy's Sports Pub

    7051 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-944-9699

    http://www.dizzyspub.com A neighborhood bar with all the trappings, Dizzy's is a down-to-earth drinking den where kicking back starts with a song -- namely, Tom Waits on the jukebox. A jar of pickled eggs and a vintage cigarette machine watch over a relaxed scene, where plaques of pool and dart league proficiencies line the walls and pickup trucks fill the parking lot. Join old-school locals as they share the day's doings or jostle for a TV remote, rack 'em up for free on Sunday nights, or engage electronically on the Golden Tee and Silver Strike games. Along with daily drink specials like Bloody Mary's for $3 on Fridays and $2.25 PBR every day, donning Dizzy's apparel on Tuesdays (everything from jerseys and tank tops to ball caps and fleece pants with the logo emblazoned across the backside) gets you 50 cents off drinks and allows everyone to know that when you go drinking, you go drinking at Dizzy's. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • DJ

    DJ's of Scottsdale

    7320 E. Stetson Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-9693

    http://www.djsofscottsdale.com At DJ's there is a large mural on the wall depicting a delicious collection of vintage liquor bottles, which kinda spells out this Old Town watering hole's simplicity. Unlike most of its Stetson Drive neighbors, drinking is the main activity here. There are no typical nightlife distractions -- crowded dance floors, snazzy VIP areas, or noisy club kids -- just a standard-looking bar, a plethora of alcoholic concoctions, a couple of video game units, such as Big Buck Hunter, and plenty of patrons looking to quench their thirst. This place is cool without trying to be cool. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Do Drop In

    Do Drop In

    9501 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-944-1323

    Imagine your zany uncle wanting to convert the basement into a bar and your aunt letting him. The result would probably be a lot like the Do Drop Inn. With its wood paneling, drop ceiling, and low fluorescent lighting, this Sunnyslope watering hole has been a neighborhood necessity for years. It's an odd place, featuring a curious collection of libations (everything from Oskar Blues Old Chub to Alaskan White Ale and single servings of Sutter Home), along with cheap cigarettes (Grand Prix and Cheyenne) and microwave snacks (such as chicken nuggets and jumbo honey buns in plastic wrapping). The Do Drop doesn't make apologies for that -- or so suggests the "No Sniveling" sign above the bar. The locals may take a while to warm up to you, and the tough-but-tender barkeep's quick to give a newcomer some words for not closing the front door, but once you've paid your dues, do drop in again, won't you? Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Doc & Eddy

    Doc & Eddy's Sports Bar

    909 E. Minton Drive Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-831-0635

    http://www.docandeddystempe.com/ At the risk of sounding grandiose, Doc & Eddy's is one of the quintessential neighborhood sports bars in the entire Valley, possessing all the amenities that make a jock joint great. There aren't many seats in the house without excellent views of multiple TVs, allowing throngs of rabid fans who gather here (including both ASU supporters and members of the Steeler Nation) to witness the exploits of their favorite teams while simultaneously keeping tabs on several other games of interest. Food and drink specials are also plentiful, like the $2 domestic bottles and $5.25 pitchers available during the daily happy hour, which are guaranteed to keep you satisfied even if the bums are losing. But if you're not into all the athletic action, D&E's offers plenty of other diversions, ranging from a dozen regulation-size pool tables and air hockey to video games and a weekly team trivia night to challenge your pop culture intellect. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just along for the ride, this south Tempe sports haven definitely has all the bases covered. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dog Run Saloon

    320 S. Superstition Springs Blvd. Apache Junction, AZ 85220
    480-773-1758

  • Dog Run Saloon

    320 W. Superstition Blvd. Apache Junction, AZ 85220
    480-773-1758

    https://www.facebook.com/kimberly.guethle/

  • Don Pedro's Mexican Food

    270 E. Hunt Highway Queen Creek, AZ 85143-4961
    480-882-2800

    http://www.donpedrosaz.com

  • Dos Gringos

    Dos Gringos

    8000 S. Priest Road Tempe, AZ 85284
    480-753-4577

    http://www.dosgringosaz.com After Dos Gringos Trailer Park closed in 2009, college kids and Tempe day drinkers alike were left without one of their favorite spots to grab a bucket of Coronas and a giant burrito first thing in the morning. Thankfully, the drinking gods have blessed them with a brand new drinking hole that's just as much fun as its predecessor. Closer to Ahwatukee than ASU, the newer Tempe eating and drinking spot retains everything we love about Dos Gringos but with more of a mixed clientele (read: more than just ASU students). Grab a $2 Corona or a $3 Gringorita while enjoying the beautiful Arizona weather (well, five months out of the year at any rate). Indoor and outdoor seating is available, as are several food and drink specials during the weekday happy hour, every Monday through Friday. Weekends tend to get a little crazy, so leave the kids (or parents) at home. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dos Gringos Mexigrill

    Dos Gringos Mexigrill

    1958 S. Greenfield Rd. Mesa, AZ 85206
    480-633-5525

    http://www.dosgringosaz.com

  • Dos Gringos Mexigrill

    Dos Gringos Mexigrill

    1361 N. Alma School Road Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-855-3303

    http://www.dosgringosaz.com

  • Dos Gringos Scottsdale

    Dos Gringos Scottsdale

    4209 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-423-3800

    http://www.dosgringosaz.com Popular with 20-somethings and the college-age crowd, Dos Gringos is a two-story hacienda for the hangover-prone that features multiple bars, colorful graffiti lining the walls, and a south-of-the-border beach-bum vibe. Corona, Pacifico, Dos Equis, and other Mexican beers, which are usually on special. Sit back with a margarita or cold Mexican brew and watch the tourists go by. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Draw 10 Bar and Grill

    Draw 10 Bar and Grill

    5444 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-273-1061

    http://www.draw10bar.com An oasis of alcoholic bliss tucked away amongst office buildings and industrial parks, Draw 10 beckons to both the white- and blue-collar crowds looking for a drink at lunchtime or after the work day's done. The large rectangular bar dominates the establishment, ringed with a rainbow selection of illuminated bottles and an equally colorful cross-section of neighborhood regulars. And just what are they drinking? Those with big thirsts can grab monstrous 32-ounce mugs of domestic drafts like Bud Light and Coors for $4.50 each. If you aren't that parched, partake in 16-ounce pints of Blue Moon or Fat Tire for $5. Weekly poker nights also take place on Wednesday and Saturday nights, while the back room has been known to host the occasional one-off DJ night. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant

    The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant

    3841 E. Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-867-0984

    http://www.dublinerpub.com Considered the oldest Irish joint in Arizona, the Dubliner also has the unique distinction of having been the first bar to sell Guinness in the Valley. Its braggadocious bartenders also claim its annual Saint Patrick's Day party is the biggest around, their craic is mightier, and that there's more traditional Ireland-style entertainment each week at the Dubliner than any of their competitors. It's hard to argue with the latter boast, since the North Phoenix public house has showcased Celtic musicians almost every night for close to a quarter century. Sired in 1986 by renowned local publican Seamus McCaffery, it's maintained the same neighborhood bar vibe mixed with the usual Emerald Isle touches and tchotchkes throughout the years. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Duce

    The Duce

    525 S. Central Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-866-3823

    http://www.theducephx.com Don't judge a book by its cover. The understated exterior hardly does justice to everything that goes on inside, including swing dancing, boxing, and shopping. As far as the drinking goes, The Duce has an impressive selection of old school cocktails as well as few specialties you won't find anywhere else. The vintage trailer serves up some great comfort foods, including pot pies and sliders. The Duce offers ping-pong, shuffleboard, corn hole and foosball, so it's practically like you can get a work out while you drink. After all, it is part gym. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Duke

    Duke's Sports Bar & Grill

    7607 E. McDowell Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257
    480-675-9724

    http://www.dukessportsbar.com With a dozen different pool tables available for play, as well as a variety of arcade and shuffleboard units on the premises, the game's most definitely afoot at this popular Scottsdale sports bar. There's also a wealth of sporting shenanigans taking place on any of its 48 different TVs. The outdoor patio out back provides patrons with a view of the Scottsdale greenbelt, more than 16 imports and domestics are on tap, and the menu is replete with comfort food selections. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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