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Apollo's

Apollo's

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.
Flicka's

Flicka's

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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  • Padre Murphy

    Padre Murphy's

    4338 W. Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308
    602-547-9406

    http://www.padremurphys.com Don't let the "padre" in its moniker fool you, as the only thing remotely Hispanic about the place are the nachos on the menu. (Truth be told, it's named for an Irish Catholic priest that owner Tom Boyle has known since childhood). Although its name might be a bit misleading, Padre Murphy's is about as straightforward a place as they come. Equal parts Irish pub and sports bar, this popular westside watering hole offers a mix of both vibes, as exemplified by the bountiful Boston Celtics memorabilia (as well as other athletic ephemera) hanging from the walls. Off-track betting windows are also available should the gambling bug bite, and there are also televisions in the restrooms should the call of nature hit. Just remember to wash your hands afterwards, since the good padre would expect no less. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Palo Verde Lounge

    Palo Verde Lounge

    1015 W. Broadway Road Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-968-9221

    Want to know why locals refer to this landmark dive as the "Dirty Verde?" It could be because of all the band stickers and graffiti covering the walls of the men's room, which also features an old-school condom machine. The chain-link fence surrounding the smoking area is another nice touch. Or maybe it's the funky clientele from around the neighborhood who come to start their drinking during the daytime, mixing with a more bohemian evening crowd. The PBR and other cheap booze flow like water here, and a variety of local punk and noise rock bands perform in one corner on the weekend. That's right: There's no stage here. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Palo Verde Lounge at Talking Stick Resort

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

  • Papago Brewing Company

    Papago Brewing Company

    7107 E. McDowell Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257
    480-425-7439

    http://www.papagobrewing.com When you walk through the door of this casual neighborhood brewpub, located among the many shops and eateries of Papago Plaza, you'll be greeted by a larger-than-life-sized statue of a portly, jolly monk. If you love beer - especially beer from Belgium, where monks make the good stuff -- you should take that as a good sign. Along with several housemade varieties, there's a great selection of international brews on draft, plus a big assortment of bottles in the refrigerated cases. And if you get hungry, there's a full menu of pub grub, including sandwiches, wings, and pizza. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pappy

    Pappy's Sports Bar & Grille

    11801 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85029
    602-944-3992

    http://www.pappysaz.com A visit to the West Valley wouldn't be complete without a stop by this relaxed roadhouse, situated in the shadow of North Mountain. Strong pours, snarky conversation, and 32-ounce domestic brews are on tap on a nightly basis at Pappy's. Half the fun of hanging out here is the kooky cross-section of regulars who come in throughout the day, ranging from warehouse workers looking to unwind to aging hippies and Ed Hardy-wearing bros. If the people-watching wasn't entertaining enough, local rock and country bands stop by for weekend sets, bookended by karaoke sessions on Thursday and Sunday nights. Pool tournaments, craps games, Texas Hold'em, and off-track betting also take place throughout the week. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Paradise Lounge

    Paradise Lounge

    4541 E. Cactus Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-953-2993

    http://www.paradiselounge.biz Board games and beer mix with music and madcap fun at this quaint neighborhood tavern nestled near Paradise Valley Mall. Its proprietors provide a little bit of everything for their patrons, including drink specials and distractions aplenty. Come in during the quiet hours and enjoy such all-day specials as $2.50 domestic bottles, $3 well drinks, and $4 small pitchers until 7 p.m. You'll also have access to Candyland, dominoes and other games straight from your childhood, as well as bar-top touch-screens, darts, and pool. Paradise Lounge also frequently features local musicians, with artists of the country, folk, acoustic, and singer-songwriter variety performing two or three nights a week on a small corner stage. Weekends are for special events, and the owners love throwing theme parties like Hawaiian-styled affairs complete with hula-hoop contests and steel drums. The friendly atmosphere means the bartender might spend considerable time talking with their regulars before taking your drink order, so bring a healthy dose of patience when you visit, as well as your wallet. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Paradise Restaurant & Nightclub

    1749 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-464-4721

    http://www.paradisebaraz.com

  • Pat O

    Pat O's Bunkhouse Saloon

    4428 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-200-9154

    http://www.bunkhousesaloon.com Although Pat O's Bunkhouse is a hotspot for big, burly, bearded gay guys, the sign outside reads, "Open. Everybody is welcome" -- and it's true. A wide assortment of LGBT types visit here for such weekly events as Texas Hold 'Em on Mondays and Tuesdays, karaoke on Wednesdays, and the always outrageous Underwear Night on Thursdays. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pattie

    Pattie's First Avenue Lounge

    7220 E. First Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-0103

    Pattie's features three separate bars, a few pool tables, ping-pong, and a heated outdoor patio. The décor is as relaxed as the vibe, as countless dollars bills have been stapled to the wall, sharing space with photos of regulars, and various sports memorabilia. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Payton

    Payton's Place

    4902 S. Val Vista Drive Gilbert, AZ 85298
    480-855-5242

    http://www.paytonsbar.net Given its moniker honoring legendary Chicago Bears running back Walter Payton, it ain't shocking that this sports bar in the heart of Gilbert is a monument to the Monsters of the Midway. Photos of the great godhead himself, Mike Ditka, adorn the walls alongside pictures of "Refrigerator" Perry, Soldier Field, and other Bears memorabilia. Despite its obvious favoritism toward the Windy City, fans of Ohio State and local sports squads are also welcome -- with the exception of those who root for the University of Arizona. For some reason, Payton's proprietors seem to detest the Wildcats. In addition to all the sports nuts, inside you'll find more than 30 flat-screens, a pair of pool tables, and a menu of traditional pub grub. Drink-wise, the bar is home to 19 domestic and import beers and drafts are available for $3 a pint. Have a cheap drink regardless of your allegiance; just make sure you don't block anyone's view when Da Bears are on, bub. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pearl Sushi Lounge

    Pearl Sushi Lounge

    4252 N. Drinkwater Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-980-0826

    http://www.pearlsushi.net If there's one accurate statement to be made about this stylish restaurant and bar located at the corner of Third Avenue and Drinkwater in Scottsdale, it's that the sushi takes a backseat to the scene. Signature rolls loaded with ingredients frequently go the way of outrageous and unremarkable, and the more recognizable, less flashy traditional rolls, sashimi, and sushi, risk the probability of technical difficulties like tough nori. For better dishes, stick with the new-style sashimi, Korean pork tacos, and edamame beans tossed in soy sauce and garlic. Black-and-white images of naked women and sex-fueled names of signature rolls like "The Pearl Necklace" and "Pocket Rocket" are strictly PG-13 and are part of the restaurant’s rep, but there is a nice patio scene and happy hour is all day every day, so sake bombs away. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pearl Sushi Lounge & Bomber Bar

    2040 S. Alma School Road Chandler, AZ 85286
    480-963-4766

    http://www.pearlsushi.net

  • Pesto

    Pesto's Gourmet Pizza & Wine Bar

    1960 W. Ray Road Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-821-2949

    http://www.pestospizza.com

  • Pfisters Pfaucet

    8290 W. Camelback Road Glendale, AZ 85303
    623-872-9181

  • Philly

    Philly's Sports Bar & Grill

    1826 N. Scottsdale Road Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-946-6666

    http://www.phillyssportsgrill.com Picture this: You're parked in front of a ginormous HDTV watching football, when, suddenly, as if from the ether, a hottie appears with a Philly cheesesteak and a frosty pint of Modelo Especial. Finished wiping the drool off your keyboard? You're probably thinking that no such magical Shangri-La actually exists but it does, and it's located on Scottsdale Road, just south of McKellips in Tempe. Philly's has a lot going for it. In addition to its namesake sammies, it offers great happy hour specials ($2.50 domestic drafts and bottles; $3 wells, wines and margaritas), daily drink deals ($2 Miller High Life bottles, $2.50 Modelo drafts) and a mammoth wrap-around patio with an outdoor bar, fire pit, and plenty of seating to accommodate groups of any size. Inside, there's a bar area lined with TVs and even a full-service dining room, making Philly's the sort of sports joint a reasonably-smooth man could feasibly bring a date to. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pima Lounge at Casino Arizona

    524 N. 92nd St. Scottsdale, AZ 85256
    480-850-7777

    http://www.casinoaz.com

  • Christie

    Christie's Cabaret

    6789 W. Northern Ave. Glendale, AZ 85303
    623-937-7465

    http://www.christiescabaret.com The overriding philosophy of topless strip club chain Christie’s Cabaret seems to be that bigger is, indeed, better. All three of its Valley locations dwarf competitors in terms of venue size and revenue alone, serving as the sand-kicking 900-pound heavyweight to everyone else’s pipsqueak runt. Then there’s the chain’s enormous emphasis on unrivaled opulence and posh amenities, illustrated by the multimillion-dollar lavish design of the East Phoenix location at 32nd Street and Van Buren. Imputed Italian marble tile covered every square inch of the 19,000 square-foot floorspace while busts of Caesar and numerous bronze nudes of Venus and Aphrodite frolic within a Dionysian-meets-museum setting. Three premium spirits tasting rooms and close to a half-dozen VIP room are throughout. Over at Christie’s Tempe, across the street from Arizona Mills Mall, ornate gold furnishings and Louis XIV style furniture dominate. Both are also big on bubbly, with individual champagne rooms and 75 high-end brands like Cristal, Dom Pérignon, and Taittinger ready to be popped. (The newest addition in Glendale, the old Pink Cabaret, was purchased in 2012 and a renovation is in the works to bring it in line with the rest of the empire.) And they also have dancers, too, all of which are model-quality and many from such far-flung continents as Europe and South America. There’s gotta someone to keep the money rolling in, right? Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pink Pony

    Pink Pony

    3831 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4431
    480-945-6697

    http://www.pinkponyrestaurant.com After being closed the better part of a year, Pink Pony reopened in early 2014 with a new menu, chef, and owners. However, the baseball memorabilia and caricature homages to past famous patrons will remain, along with the original doors, which are repurposed. The menu features new American favorites and the full bar specializes in craft beer and cocktails. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pinnacle Peak Patio

    Pinnacle Peak Patio

    10426 E. Jomax Road Scottsdale, AZ 85262
    480-585-1599

    http://www.pppatio.com It's for tourists, but this landmark cowboy steak house is no trap. Have your kids deputized by the "Old Timer," get your picture taken in Western duds and enjoy the country-western band. Then settle in for excellent, mesquite-grilled steaks. The two-pound porterhouse and New York strip are the best options. Cheesecake and apple pie are effective desserts. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pioneer Restaurant & Saloon

    3901 W. Pioneer Road Anthem, AZ 85086
    623-465-1821

  • Playa Bar II

    3217 E. Shea Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85028
    602-996-3653

  • The Playa Bar

    The Playa Bar

    1615 N. Granite Reef Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257
    480-941-8546

    Floor decals shaped like yellow feet lead patrons into this comfortably shabby Scottsdale dive, which features teal walls covered in Christmas lights, a seaside mural that's seen better days, and bumper stickers stating such phrases as "My Other Car is a Broom." While the NASCAR pinball game is popular, there are also dartboards, pool, and a DJ spinning tunes some evenings. Plus, a cutout of baseball great Bob Uecker leads to the ultimate in dive bar amenities: a foosball table. The mostly blue-collar crowd bellies up to the chipped-edge bar, where smiling barkeeps are happy to supply cheap drinks and hard pours from the standard-issue stash of beer and liquor as the sounds of classic rock and country boom from the jukebox. But if you'd rather drink at home, the Playa Bar has a packaged-liquor license, which means you can always get your beer to go. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Plazma

    Plazma

    1560 E. Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-266-0477

    http://www.myspace.com/phxplazma A video bar, drinkery, and nightspot all rolled into one, Plazma is a quaint hangout for the LGBT community, tucked away just off 16th Street, providing a cool haven to shoot pool, chat over drinks, and even suck down colorful Jello shots from plastic syringes. When the jukebox isn't bumping out techno or pop diva hits (which is often) the multiple plasma TVs are showing videos and campy movies. The weekly Plazma Playhouse also features performances by such gender-bending female illusionists and drag queens such as Afeelya Bunz, with numerous drink specials on tap nightly. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pomeroy

    Pomeroy's

    5551 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-264-5411

    Pomeroy's is a straightforward dive, good for long nights of casual drinking with no sniveling allowed, as per the sign hanging prominently on one wall. Walk into this darkened drinking den on any given night and witness regulars huddled together in groups of three or four, swapping stories, trading jokes, and sucking down $2.75 pints of PBR and Rolling Rock. Hang out long enough and they might just invite you to join the revelry, challenge you to a game of pool, or encourage carving something into the long wooden bar that's littered with names, random phrases, and curse words. The whip-smart barkeeps don't seem to mind it when patrons make their mark, though they seemingly maintain control over any rabble-rousers. They'll also serve you plenty of greasy-but-good cuisine that's available from the kitchen - try the green chili burritos and the joint's signature grilled cheese sandwich - food that's perfect for soaking up any excess alcohol. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Postino Wine Cafe

    Postino Wine Cafe

    3939 E. Campbell Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-852-3939

    http://www.postinowinecafe.com For a leisurely lunch or a light dinner in a vibrant, high-style atmosphere, Postino always feels right. Granted, we're not alone in that sentiment, considering how hard it is to find a parking spot in these parts. But once we get a table, all is well, especially when the garage-style door of this historic post office building is open. (That means the weather's good.) We can always count on delicious sandwiches, salads, and sharable, wine-friendly appetizers. The bruschetta - served on a cute wooden cutting board, with toppings like salami with pesto or brie with apples - is so good you'll want to make a meal out of it. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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