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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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  • La Bocca Urban Pizzeria and Wine Bar

    La Bocca Urban Pizzeria and Wine Bar

    699 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-5244 It's rather fitting that the name of this cozy pizzeria and wine bar roughly translates to "the mouth" in Italian, as yours will certainly be put to good use when visiting. Its list of vino favors exotic reds from around the world, allowing one to be whisked away to the vineyards of Argentina for some Punto Final Malbec followed by a glass or two of Peter Lehmann-brand cabernet from Australia. The beer selection is also of an international bent, offering such Belgian imports as Wittekerke Wheat Ale and Lindy Framboise along with bottles of microbrews and local favorites. On the menu you'll find gourmet bruschetta, salads, sandwiches, as well as a number of La Bocca's signature pizzas. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • La Locanda Ristorante Italiano

    La Locanda Ristorante Italiano

    10201 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85253-1436

  • Last Exit Live

    Last Exit Live

    717 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-271-7000 When Brannon Kleinlein announced he was reopening his bygone venue Last Exit, we had a few doubts. Not only is the cozy music venue located along a confusing one-way stretch of Central Avenue, it's also in the heart of a dodgy 'hood south of downtown Phoenix. After Kleinlein fixed the joint up, improved parking and security, and began getting the word out via social media, scenesters and music gourmandizers alike have found their way to shows, especially those involving popular and tastemaking touring and local bands. Crowds have even shown up for concerts in the middle of the workweek, which Kleinlein cites as a good sign things are going well. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Le Girls Cabaret

    Le Girls Cabaret

    5151 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-244-8000 Location, as they say, is everything. And Le Girls Cabaret’s plumb spot straddling the Tempe and Phoenix border illustrates this axiom. It’s in close proximity to the jockish alpha males of Arizona State University, hipsters from downtown Tempe, tourists flying through Sky Harbor, and Hispanic from East Phoenix barrios. In other words, the same sort of cats you’d find rubbing elbows and popping bottles inside Le Girls neon and velvet-heavy on an average weekend night. What unites ‘em? A common love for watching model-quality women– who could be walking runways in haute couture instead of catwalks -- simulate the most intimate of acts for on stage and in laps, and probably later in some tempestuous fantasies. Le Cabaret’s popular “Four for $20” deals also provides them more holla for their dollars, as an Alexander Hamilton gets an epic lap-dance lasting for a quartet of songs, instead of the usual two-and-out at other clubs. Plus, there’s a free tee shirt to be, which comes in handy in case when wiping the sweat from brows. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Legend

    Legend's Bar & Grill

    16640 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85254

  • Legends Bar and Grill

    Legends Bar and Grill

    3655 W. Anthem Way New River, AZ 85086

  • Let It Roll Bowl

    Let It Roll Bowl

    8925 N. 12th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-944-4401 It's hard to imagine a more natural pairing than bowling and cocktails. Ever since The Big Lebowski and its protagonist, The Dude, achieved cult status, the notion of sipping White Russians while rolling one toward the pins has been ingrained in viewers. Pretty much any old bar will do, but the management at Let It Roll in Sunnyslope has taken things up a notch. The lounge at Arizona"s oldest independently owned alley is groovy enough to stand on its own, despite the plethora of open lanes. Plush seats sit under warm, modern light fixtures, and geometric art lines the walls. The bar offers plenty of beer on tap, but for full effect, order a Bloody Mary and drink to the clinks of a strike -- or order up a Caucasian and simply abide. The Dude would be proud. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Lighthouse Sports Bar

    Lighthouse Sports Bar

    12351 W. Indian School Road Avondale, AZ 85392

    It's a safe bet that sports fans probably need a drink or two (no, make that several . . . dozen) to help forget all those underwhelming performances by multimillion-dollar buffoo . . . er, athletes from one time to another. The good news is that the Lighthouse's barkeeps can pour 'em long and strong, regardless of which mind eraser you'd prefer, whether it's a Long Island iced tea, Red Bull vodka, or any other $4 well drink. Their $3 shot specials and $4.25 pitchers of Budweiser, Michelob Ultra, other domestic drafts can also help scramble memories of Eric Byrnes' tantrums or Shaquille O'Neal's entire tenure with the suns. Drink up, hard drinkers, and remember that eternal mantra about how there's always next year. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Little Woody

    The Little Woody

    4228 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-955-0339 The Little Woody is as quaint as each of the tiny, ornamental owls perched along the ceiling, and twice as charming. Many a proud tree gave its life to create the Arcadia bar’s aesthetically eclectic and wood-heavy upscale design that’s the result of cross-pollinating a speakeasy and ski lodge, with a bit of the location’s former identity as dive bar The Great Escape thrown in for good measure. A woodpile-like design of stacked juniper logs covers most of walls in the main room, a slab or arboreal matter serves as a table, and a funky scarlet glow illuminates the bar top and those huddled nearby. While a hullabaloo of social rites takes, it isn’t as the frenetic as the activity in the neighboring game room, where a vintage shuffleboard game, two skee-ball machines, and foosball. Each is constantly in use, either by meet-cute couples or packs of friends staging a showdown. There’s little chance of ever being bored at The Little Woody. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Living Room

    The Living Room

    7277 E. Camelback Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-970-2100 One of the trendiest places to see and be seen in the Valley undoubtedly is the W Scottsdale, an opulent destination catering to a well-heeled crowd. Anyone who gains access through the purple velvet ropes guarding the front door of the hotel can attest to the scene inside this palace of posh. Deep inside you'll find the Living Room, the ultimate retro-style den containing an elegantly mismatched mix of mid-century furnishings and glass bookshelves stocked with thick art and travel tomes. Grab an appletini from the 40-foot-long bar, groove to ambient tracks spun by local DJs, or relax in front of the roaring fireplace. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Loco Patron

    Loco Patron

    4228 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-874-0033 If you're the sort who loves to see and be seen (or wishes Cinco de Mayo went down every day of the year), you'll probably go loco over Loco Patron. This raucous Mexican-themed restaurant and bar has a primo location, situated smack-dab in the middle of Old Town Scottsdale, and is the perfect place to show off your cutest outfit or hang out with the masses. Given its south of the border focus, the place naturally has an extensive margarita list -- with flavors ranging from pomegranate to cactus pear -- as well as a substantial selection of Mexican beers. And while the patio is typically packed with young professionals and college kids enjoying $5 margaritas and $3 beers during happy hour, the party really gets going on weekends when local DJs spin hip-hop and Top 40 tracks. ¿Dónde está la fiesta? It's at Loco Patron, wey. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Lodge

    The Lodge

    4422 N. 75th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-0828 A family of Bigfoot statues guards the doors of chef Aaron May's cabin-like restaurant and bar. Those aren't the only monstrous things lurking around this rustic Scottsdale hotspot best known for the infamous Sasquatch Burger - a half-pound slab of Angus beef topped with onions, bacon, and cheddar and bookended by a grilled cheese sandwiches. Try washing the beast down with The Lodge's honey brown house ale or any of the 15 other brews available. Once your belly's bursting, sink into one of the overstuffed leather couches draped with animal pelts in the man cave-style game room, which also features pool tables, dartboards, and taxidermied deer heads. On weekend nights you might want to eat a little lighter, though, as the music gets louder and the crowd prettier, the place more closely resembling a trendy ski lodge bursting with beautiful ski bunnies. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Loft Again

    The Loft Again

    15015 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-482-3130 This down-home dive in Cave Creek has all the accouterments of a typical one-horse-town drinkin' hole - save for the dirt floors. Everybody seems to know everybody here, and the regulars have been breaking in the barstools for years. In addition to the stiffer-than-usual drinks, dart boards, and pool tables, Loft Again also hosts live music most nights of the week, featuring performances by local alt-country crooners, thunderous rock bands, and the occasional troubador. But best of all, newbies are usually welcomed with introductions to everybody and never made to feel as though they wandered into the wrong 'hood. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Longbranch Saloon

    Longbranch Saloon

    10600 W. Buckeye Road Tolleson, AZ 85353

    Despite sharing its moniker with the infamously rowdy Dodge City saloon where Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday hung their hat, the Longbranch is anything but unruly. Boasting a bounty of suds and spirits (including a dozen different imports and domestics), this Tolleson tavern is replete with a convivial atmosphere, antique and thrift store decor, and a colorful collection of patrons. No one will challenge you to a gunfight at high noon, but they might battle you at billiards or darts. Karaoke night takes place on Mondays, open mic night follows on Tuesday, and there's Texas hold'em on Wednesday and Saturday. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Waddell

    Waddell's Longhorn Corral

    1629 N. 195th Ave. Buckeye, AZ 85326

    The cowboy spirit and Western shtick that permeates this lively roadhouse seems especially apt, given that its location (on the outer edges of Buckeye) is about as far west as one can go in the Valley without hitting no man's land. But whether you're making one last pit stop before heading to Los Angeles or just looking for some honky-tonk high jinks far away from your usual stomping ground, Waddell's provides plenty to its patrons. A sign on the wall promises "free beer tomorrow," and although it's technically impossible to partake in such a deal, bartenders serve up such specials as $2.50 domestic pints and $3.50 well drinks. Steaks, burgers, and other barbecue fare are cooked up in the kitchen, served up by a cutie-pie waitstaff while local country bands perform four nights on a stage ringed by a picket fence decorated with longhorns. In the mood to do some crooning? Check out the Thursday karaoke session. Got an ace up your sleeve? Participate in the Texas Hold'em tournaments on Monday and Wednesday nights. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Lost Leaf

    Lost Leaf

    914 N. 5th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-0014 The folks behind The Lost Leaf are pretty sincere about their beer. The bohemian-style drinkery/gallery, housed in a vintage 1930s-era domicile, offers a selection of more than 100 different kinds of ales, lagers, stouts, and other intoxicating brews available by the bottle. If that isn't enough to wet your whistle, the Lost Leaf also serves a host of wines, meads, and even sake, to boot. If you can tear yourself away from the bar, check out the pulchritudinous paintings and other outstanding works of art hanging on the walls, or enjoy nightly performances by a variety of musicians and bands. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Lounge at Crescent Ballroom

    Lounge at Crescent Ballroom

    308 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003

  • The Lounge

    9832 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020

  • Lucky 7 Saloon

    Lucky 7 Saloon

    10424 N. Fort McDowell Road Fort Mcdowell, AZ 85264

  • Lucky Break

    Lucky Break

    1807 E. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-345-1000 There are plenty of reasons to cruise into this swank South Tempe sports bar and billiards haven to grab a drink or catch the game. First off, you won’t find just any old ramshackle pool tables inside the place, as it’s stocked with six gleaming, high-end Spencer Marston tables made from solid hardwood. Sharks and pool pros can shoot plenty of stick using straight-as-an-arrow cues for $6 per hour before 6 p.m. and $7 per hour until closing time (half-price games are also available on Sundays). If 8-ball isn’t your bag, Lucky Break also boasts more than a dozen HDTVs and two jumbo projection screens on its wood-paneled walls broadcasting all the big games. Beer aficionados are sure to dig the fact that there are two dozen draft handles behind the bar dispensing plenty of premium concoctions made from hops and barley. There’s a big emphasis on locally made craft beers, whether were talking Valley favorites (such as Red Rover Irish Red from Sleepy Dog or Kiltlifter and seasonal brews from Four Peaks) or ales and stouts created by brewers throughout Arizona, including Oak Creek in Sedona or Flagstaff’s Lumberyard Brewing Company. If that ain’t enough swank suds to slake your thirst, have the bartenders pour you a pint of Pinstripe Red from Colorado’s Ska Brewing or maybe some Black Butte Porter made by Deschutes Brewery in Oregon. Heck, the staff even offers samples so you can try before buying and various drink deals (like $3 pints on Wednesdays and $3 specialty cocktails on Fridays). Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge

    Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge

    50 W. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-732-5490 "Upscale" and "bowling alley" aren't words that you often hear in the same sentence. Until Lucky Strike Lanes opened at CityScape, that is. This California-based chain isn't your typical bowling alley, full of church groups and old people smoking cigarettes in a dingy lounge. Nope, Lucky Strike is far more posh. A dozen lanes for rolling are outfitted with flat screens and plush couches. There are two full bars, three pool tables, free Wi-Fi, and of course, a full menu of upscale bar food. If you plan to visit on a Friday or Saturday night, be prepared to wait. Live DJs and exceptional service should make the time fly by, however. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>