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A longtime favorite of the Phoenix gay scene, Apollo's is the kind of bar where you can have a few beers and hang with a diverse selection of drinkers.
Big Fish Pub

Big Fish Pub

The largish stage located off to the side of this landmark bar and music venue has been graced by plenty of big bands over the years.


Walk into Flicka's and you just might mistake the place for some beachside cantina in Cabo San Lucas instead of a roadside cantina in south Scottsdale.

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  • H.B. Hanratty

    H.B. Hanratty's Pub

    537 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85012

    Just who is H.B. Hanratty? Ask any of the regulars at this Camelback Road mainstay -- from the businesslike barkeeps pouring dollar shots, to the curious-but-shy locals -- and you'll likely get shrugs, blank stares, or exclamations of "Who cares? Just have a beer." Billed as a "place for serious drinkers," this old-timey pub (which features perfect pool tables, old-school darts, a modest kitchen, and a slightly Western feel) fancies itself a hangout for neighborhood types, service industry folks who can show their pay stubs for a free drink, and Ohio State University alumni that take over Hanratty's on big game weekends. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hacienda El Bar-Ril

    1602 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

  • Half Moon Sports Grill

    Half Moon Sports Grill

    2121 E. Highland Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-977-2700 At first blush, Half Moon might seem to be strictly a "guys night out" kind of place. After all, pictures of half-exposed hineys are scattered throughout the establishment, the wait staff consists almost entirely of young and attractive women in form-fitting tank tops, and there's nothing but sports on all the TVs. If you look past the obvious nods to man-cave culture, however, you'll find that this is also one of the more appealing sports bars for the fairer sex as well. Perhaps it's due to its proximity to the Biltmore (or even a menu that balances pub grub with such selections as the pear gorgonzola salad), but the establishment just feels classier than your run-of-the-mill sports bar. Patrons run the gamut from college kids and urban professionals to families with children and a slew of Alabama expats (the bar hosts a significant Crimson Tide contingent every Saturday during football season). With excellent happy hour specials and private party rooms, Half Moon is a great destination for groups large and small. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Half Moon Sports Grill

    Half Moon Sports Grill

    288 E. Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85022
    602-993-6600 Your eyes will get a workout inside this North Phoenix jock joint. Besides its abundance of attractive waitresses and bartenders you'd swear do some modeling, tasteful photos of almost-uncovered derrières hang from the walls. If you prefer to watch sports instead of indulging your voyeuristic tendencies, more than 50 HDTVs are tuned to ESPN, FSN and Sunday Ticket. Want a little more solitude? The bar has private viewing rooms, where your crew can take in a game without suffering taunts from opposing fans. There are also plenty of comfy couches throughout to relax on while watching your particular team. For deals on food and drinks, stop by during the all-day happy hour from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays or during "Lunar Time" (the bar's reverse happy hour from 10 p.m. to close) when specials include $3 well drinks and house wines, as well as half-price starters. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Half Moon Sports Grill

    Half Moon Sports Grill

    288 E. Greenway Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85022-2398

  • Half Moon Sports Grill

    Half Moon Sports Grill

    325 W. Elliot Road Tempe, AZ 85284-1373

  • Hambone Sports Bar and Grill

    Hambone Sports Bar and Grill

    903 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85203

    A dive bar institution for generations (take note of the vintage neon sign) Hambone is a place for booze pigs from all walks of life to gather for cocktails and conversation. It's visited by day drinkers eager to get an early start courtesy of the bar's 6 a.m. happy hour, as well as the working class crowd looking to unwind after a hard day's labor. The stained cement floor contains a record of decades of spilled drinks and the graffiti in the bathrooms is always entertaining to read. Folks here spend as much time smoking by the front door as they do drinking and playing pool on any of the six available tables. The soundtrack coming from the Internet jukebox is almost always of the classic rock and country variety, so you might get a few raised eyebrows from patrons if you wanna hear Lady Gaga or Kanye. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Handlebar J Restaurant and Saloon

    7116 E. Becker Lane Scottsdale, AZ 85254-5210

  • The Handlebar Pub and Grill

    650 W. Apache Trail Apache Junction, AZ 85120

  • Handlebar-J


    7116 E. Becker Lane Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    480-948-0110 Cowpokes and country music fans have been moseying into this honky-tonk hideout since the 1960s, back when Waylon Jennings was a regular and patrons rode up on horseback. While the surrounding North Scottsdale neighborhood may have become a little more upscale in the ensuing decades, things have stayed pretty much the same at this saloon and steakhouse about 15 minutes north of Old Town. Handlebar-J’s sprawling bar still beckons boot-scooters and broncobusters, while cowboy hats still line the rafters, and both porterhouses and beefy burgers still sizzle in the kitchen. Grab your boots and take a swing on the enormous dance floor where twangy tunes are provided by the Herndon Brothers Band, fronted by Nashville recording artist Ray Herndon, most nights a week. Or if boot-scootin' ain't your saddlebag, pardner, sample some of the barbecue drenched in homemade sauce or amble on out to the patio and taste your tallboy in the great outdoors. Shucks, you might even wind up drinking next to a celebrity. Crooners like Lyle Lovett, Kris Kristofferson, and Vince Gill have all stopped by in the past. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix

    Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix

    3 S. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-261-7625 Phoenix's edition of the worldwide chain of rock 'n' rolls theme restaurants has everything you'd expect, from the 10-foot-long Gibson Flying V neon sign over the entranceway to an array of music mementos inside. It's equal parts museum, rock club, and eatery, with its collection of memorabilia ranging from the cheesy (a Justin Timberlake stage costume from his days in 'N Sync) to the chic (Tom Petty's autographed jacket), and there's a collection of autographed and classic guitars (including axes from Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Ugly Kid Joe) on display near the front and vintage ephemera scattered throughout the premises, including photographs and posters. The Hard Rock's stage has also hosted occasional performances by local bands in the past, including What Laura Says and Limbeck. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Harold

    Harold's Cave Creek Corral

    6895 E. Cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331
    480-488-1906 There's cowboy fare at lunch and dinner, and great daily "all you can eat" specials, but this place also serves a hearty all-American breakfast. The pièce de résistance: the ranch-hand omelet calzone, a three-egg beauty stuffed with ground beef, spinach, mushrooms, and cheese, enfolded in pizza dough and baked. Bring a friend, and share. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Harp Pub & Restaurant

    The Harp Pub & Restaurant

    1744 S. Val Vista Drive Mesa, AZ 85204
    480-507-7827 We stopped in for a Newcastle Ale and ended up staying for dinner-and what a dinner! Moules Mariniere: mussels with onions, steamed in white wine and herb liquor. We'll never recover, it was so tasty. We went back for a more traditional British dinner that started with Scotch Eggs (hardboiled and wrapped in sausage, then deep fried) followed by a sirloin-stuffed Cottage Pie with onions and carrots and topped with cheddar-mashed potatoes and a helping of fresh veggies. Next time we plan to try the traditional Yorkshire Pudding, which we hear is the best in town. Meantime, cheerio, old bean-we're counting the days until we can return to this bit of Britain. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Harry

    Harry's Last Call

    9521 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020

    The building that houses Harry's Last Call has a long history of providing cold brews and mixed drinks for its Sunnyslope clientele. Formerly The Brass Belt, the building has stood for 30 years, the past 10 of which have served as the home of Harry's, a no-nonsense watering hole heavy on simple pleasures. Patrons shoot pool and toss friendly putdowns back and forth, ordering up rounds of domestic suds and making wagers on games of darts. The bar is dark, but catch the place on a lazy afternoon, when the sun streams in through an open door, and the glint off the trophies housed in the back creates an almost Christmas light-like effect. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Harvey American

    Harvey American

    1524 E. Williams Field Rd Gilbert, AZ 85295

  • Hazelwood

    Hazelwood's First Place Sports Grill

    3626 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-957-2462 When sports nuts shuffle off the mortal coil and head for the great ballpark in the sky, we're certain that their afterlife looks a great deal like Hazelwood's. This Arcadia establishment is the very definition of what a sports bar should be. HDTVs cover every conceivable surface, including flat-screens at each of its 24 booths, all of which air a wide variety of sporting contests. The owners wear their Phoenix Suns fandom on their sleeves, outfitting the place with various and sundry team memorabilia. A gleaming row of 16 beer taps provides brews both foreign and domestic. And there's shuffleboard and pool in the back, and weekly poker, karaoke, and trivia nights, as well. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hell

    Hell's Half Acre

    6751 N. Sunset Blvd. Glendale, AZ 85311

  • Henry Jack

    Henry Jack's Place

    613 E. Western Ave. Avondale, AZ 85323

    Nestled in the heart of Avondale, Henry Jack's has been in the same place, with the same name, since 1935. A big club with the feel of a neighborhood bar, it offers a mix of both worlds. Day drinkers take over the place when the sun is shining, sucking down domestic pints and whittling away the hours with games of pool. Come nightfall, however, a sexy crowd enjoys hip-hop, Top 40, old school, and dance music from local DJs, as well as performances by Latin bands every other Sunday. Henry Jack's may be one of the only nightspots in town that has a suggestion box. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hi-Liter Lounge

    Hi-Liter Lounge

    4716 N. 12th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-234-0128 At Hi-Liter Lounge, old school history meets new school sounds. The DJs at the CenPho adult entertainment haven, which has shaken its moneymaker in the Valley strip scene for more than five decades now, tend to throw bleeding edge EDM artists into the mix. It’s a nice alternative to the usual rock and hip-hop tracks, and, along with Hi-Liter’s signature weekly steak and lobster night, is one of its many perks offered here. That’s besides the obvious benefits of being in close proximity to the topless revealings and sexy one-on-one sessions given by the lovely ladies -- each embodying a variety of figures and cup sizes – who wanna go for a grind. And we do mean close, as the cushiony chairs within the cozy club are mere inches away from each other. It’s almost like getting two shows for one. But try not to gawk too hard and spoil your neighbor’s fun. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hidden House

    Hidden House

    607 W. Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-279-0170 Thanks to Al Page and his weekend DJ nights, the Hidden House has built up a certain reputation over the past half-decade as a hip-hop music paradise. But while ghetto-fab types and hepcats fill the place on Fridays and Saturdays, there's more than just fly music and urban beats to be had at this double-sided CenPho dive. Over in the bar and restaurant, hipsters drink down $4 mini-pitchers or $3 pints, shoot darts, or get in some eight ball action on six different pool tables, or enjoy some conversation time while sitting in any of the joint's many booths. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Hideaway Grill

    The Hideaway Grill

    6746 E. Cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331
    480-595-0358 This trendy hangout has become a national destination for bikers from all over the country-and not just because it's owned by a motorcycle fanatic. It might be the Famous Hideaway Pizza, a pie that's known only to ever have been eaten alone on one occasion. It's great for sharing, is what we're saying; piled high with tangy marinara and as many cheeses as you can order. Also yummy is the Roast Beef Melt, made with fresh-shaved, home-cooked beef roast and filled with onions and cheese. The Chili Burger is great for hearty appetites, and for fussier eaters, we've had the very delicious Chicken Cordon Bleu, and plan to go back for more of it-and we don't even own a chopper! Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hideaway Lounge

    Hideaway Lounge

    3215 E. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85018

  • Hob Nob Sports Grill

    Hob Nob Sports Grill

    7200 W. Chandler Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85226

  • Hookah Mania

    Hookah Mania

    1290 N. Scottsdale Rd Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-829-4959 Some people, like superstar chef Anthony Bourdain, for instance, will journey to the ends of the earth for unforgettable Middle Eastern cuisine and culture. All you have to do, on the other hand, is head to the edge of Tempe and the plaza housing Hookah Mania. As its name implies -- and the ample supply of gleaming water pipes in stock illustrate -- the raison d'être of the establishment is the utter joy of firing up shisha. But in addition to perusing an entire side room with three-dozen imported flavored tobaccos, visitors can peruse four pages of Mediterranean and Mid-East standards, albeit done magnificently (try the buttery makanek Lebanese sausages). Melt into an over stuffed chair or cop a squat in a padded floor booth to either sup or smoke up the place with sweet fragrances. If it’s a weekend night, both belly dancing or DJs will entertain while plates of gigunda baklava are brought out, thus helping you feel even more like some decadent shriek. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hoookah Mania

    Hoookah Mania

    1290 N. Scottsdale Road Tempe, AZ 85281

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