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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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  • R Bar

    R Bar

    5402 E. Lincoln Drive Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
    480-948-1700

    http://www.marriott.com/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/phxcb-jw-marriott-camelback-inn-scottsdale-resort-and-spa/

  • R.T. O

    R.T. O'Sullivan's Sports Bar & Grill

    6646 E. Superstition Springs Blvd. Mesa, AZ 85206
    480-396-9933

    http://www.rtosullivans.com R.T. O'Sullivan's has the scariest bathroom in town, and it's perfectly clean. Spoiler alert: When ladies are washing their hands, a giant leprechaun sometimes lights up behind the mirror. It is a gag that leaves many people screaming, and it's all part of the fun at this friendly Irish pub and restaurant. Regulars come for the weekday happy hours offering $1 off wine, wells and beer, along with half-priced appetizers from 3 to 6 p.m. R.T.O. also offers trivia games, poker tournaments, and more than 80 televisions to watch a game. Chow down on two-for-one burgers on Tuesdays, when there is also competitive pub trivia, or go native with corned beef and fish sandwiches. The place also features karaoke every Thursday and screens pay-per-views from the UFC and WWE every month. Read more about R.T. O'Sullivan's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant

    Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant

    3815 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-9256

    http://www.rasushi.com Ra's Old Town location is as much about the scene as it is the sashimi. The trendy eatery has a bright crimson color scheme (including red walls and glowing light fixtures), as well as a posh party atmosphere. The patronage skews young, as it's often filled with the date night crowd and twentysomethings downing cans of Kirin and signature rolls like the Viva Las Vegas or the Tootsy Maki. Visit during the weekday happy hour for food and drink specials like half-price sushi and appetizers, as well as $5 martinis and margaritas. Be sure to try the sake sangria, a mix of Western and Eastern flavors that's perfect for those who might be intimidated by the strong taste of Japanese rice wine. Read more about Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Rainbow Cactus

    Rainbow Cactus

    15615 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-971-1086

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/RAINBOW-CACTUS-SALOON/164347099748

  • RCK CTY

    501 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-557-5595

    http://rckcty.com

  • ReBar

    ReBar

    901 N. 4th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-1792

    http://www.blissonfourth.com Catering to the more arty and fashion-conscious, drop-in-then-drive-out crowd of downtown Phoenix, ReBar is the latest effort from the crew behind Fez and Switch. The joint's shared patio with adjacent eatery Bliss (when you arrive, be sure to hang a left to get to the bar) is a big draw, as are its top-shelf drink selections. Tree coverage and a unique outdoor bar made from actual rebar (hence the establishment's name) in the shape of a sprouting palm offer both shade and a surprising amount of coziness. Meanwhile, the inside bar jams on Top 40 hits and slings out handcrafted cocktails in martini glasses alongside house wine blends. Time your visits well, as the west-facing patio and surrounding vacant lots can make for some intense sunsets. Or maybe it's just another reason to order another lavender-and-grapefruit-infused Passionately Purple martini. And if you're looking for the restroom, head straight back to that big green wall and keep an eye out for what looks like a secret door, or the crowd of people waiting outside it. Read more about ReBar >>

  • Recovery Room

    Recovery Room

    2027 W. Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-246-6456

    https://www.facebook.com/RecoveryRoomBarPhoenix Owner John Kunst and his daughter Shannon know there's nothing like family when it comes to providing pub-style pick-me-ups to friends in need. For over 25 years, the duo has been serving up cold drinks and satisfying sustenance to loyal, old-school locals in the form of daily drink deals, 99-cent lunches, and John's signature chili on Sundays. (Its secret? He makes it with whatever he has in the fridge.) With an easygoing, open atmosphere and entertainment a go-go, including big-screen Rock Band at the ready, the folks at the Recovery Room will make sure you're taken care of like kin. Read more about Recovery Room >>

  • Red House Pub

    Red House Pub

    1028 W Grand Ave Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-258-0749

    http://redhousepubphoenix.com/ Don't expect to cozy up to the bar at Red House Pub because the small beer-centric converted home doesn't really have one. However, guests are encouraged to hang out on the patio and deck, lounging around the fire pit, which is lit most chilly winter evenings. However, it isn't all about brews and chillaxing at this Grand Avenue joint. Live music, ranging from singer-songwriters to electronic DJs, are booked weekly to keep you entertained. Read more about Red House Pub >>

  • Red Onion Lounge

    Red Onion Lounge

    15002 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-867-9989

    http://www.redonionlounge.com Peel back the layers of the Red Onion Lounge and you'll find a tough-but-tender biker bar, a hangout for Green Bay Packers fans since 1987 (one year after the joint was established), and a monstrous bacon and green chili cheeseburger that the locals swear by ("If you get it with onion, the onion is red, get it?"). Motorcycles with stickers reading "Keep honking, I'm reloading!" are parked outside a brick exterior with an iron gate door opening up into a bigger-than-expected main room. A green-and-white drop ceiling, patterned carpet, TVs, pool tables, games, and several wood tables with salt and pepper shakers decorate the joint. If the scent of grease doesn't get the gut rumblin' for a bratwurst and a side of Wisconsin-style cheese curds, grab a bargain brew at the bar from one of the sassy-yet-sociable barkeeps. And while there's happy hour, pool tournaments, and karaoke on select nights of the week, the joint's main attraction is the people. Friendly as hell, the bikers hanging out on the smoking patio ("If I ever meet God, it's gonna come to blows") forge instant friendships with newbies, and folks play pool and sing tenderly to "Smooth Operator" on the jukebox. When it comes to swigging and socializing with good folks, the Red Onion Lounge doesn't stink. Read more about Red Onion Lounge >>

  • Red Sea Hookah Lounge

    Red Sea Hookah Lounge

    827 S. Rural Road Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-966-0570

    The sticky-sweet scent of burning shisha greets you as you enter this Tempe hookah lounge, which is situated in the shadow of Arizona State University next to Club Tattoo. A scintillating selection of close to four dozen different flavored tobaccos are in stock, including such colorful-sounding herbal concoctions as Blue Viper, Razzmatazz, and Mint Chocolate Chill. Along with a cooler full of caffeinated beverages and energy drinks, it's the only kind of buzz that this nightlife destination offers. Amply sized plush sectionals provide plenty of space in which to lounge and relax while puffing away on an array of gleaming hookahs and water pipes, Meanwhile, the subdued lighting makes sure your mellow remains unharshed, making it a primo place to chill out after a night of barhopping along Mill Avenue with friends. Read more about Red Sea Hookah Lounge >>

  • Red Stone Bar & Grill

    Red Stone Bar & Grill

    1600 S Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85210-6002
    480-964-7000

  • Red White & Brew

    Red White & Brew

    6740 E. McDowell Road Mesa, AZ 85215
    480-807-9393

    http://www.rwbaz.com Deep in the heart of Chandler, this is a true restaurant designed from the ground up to offer the East Valley community a place to eat, drink and relax. The Brew prides itself on providing an exceptional dining experience, and a dinner menu featuring bold entrées that are satisfying and bursting with flavor. An extensive selection of bottled and draft micro-brews and an ever-changing selection of affordable boutique wines make every meal an experience. But don't take our word for it-head to Red White and Brew and start saluting. Read more about Red White & Brew >>

  • Rhythm Room

    Rhythm Room

    1019 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-265-4842

    http://www.rhythmroom.com 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. Since opening its doors in 1992, owner (and Valley blues guru) Bob Corritore has booked plenty of legends from those down-home genres over the years, including such venerated names as Pinetop Perkins, Sanford Clark, and the late Chico Chism. Rock acts are also a popular draw , including a wealth of local and touring indie acts that have been featured in recent years. Behind the bar (and behind the scenes) you'll find bartenders, who can not only pour you a stiff one, but also leave you in stitches with tales of customers both famous or otherwise. Read more about Rhythm Room >>

  • Rips Ales & Cocktails

    Rips Ales & Cocktails

    3045 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-266-0015

    http://ripsbar.weebly.com This distinctive-looking CenPho destination for both drinkers and rockers is pretty steeped in history. Its unique Googie-like angular architecture illustrates its mid-century origins as a neighborhood watering hole dating back to the 1950s, which hosted performances by such legendary performers as Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson a few decades ago. These days, however, Rips is home to more of a punk and rockabilly types, who venture into its throwback milieu to witness gigs by local and touring bands from those genres, as well as flocks of trendy twentysomethings who turnout for hip monthly dance events like Shadowplay and Obscura, or just to sample some of the brews and booze that's served with nary any affectation and soak up the retro vibe. Read more about Rips Ales & Cocktails >>

  • River City Pockets

    River City Pockets

    1107 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-993-3317

    http://www.rivercitypockets.com/ There are plenty of pool tables in River City - 13 regulation-sized tables and half a dozen six-footers to be exact. Surrounding the L-shaped bar and pushing the dartboards and video games to the outer edges, the felt-topped tables in this spacious oasis take center stage for northsiders in search of a little stick 'n' sip action. A black-and-white-checkered drop ceiling, wood paneling, and the sounds of jukebox hits surround twentysomething suburbanites decked out in plaid shorts and Hollister hoodies, talking trash at the tables, giggling with friends at the bar, or watching TV on the couch. Dart and billiard buffs can sign up for tournaments or leagues, would-be vocalists can burst into song during karaoke on Mondays, and those seeking entertainment of the more boozy variety can down daily drink specials, including a happy hour featuring 25-ounce mugs and double well drinks for $3. And while there's no grub save for a vending machine, deliveries of pizza are common. Just be sure to wash the grease off your mitts, buddy, so you don't screw up the felt. Read more about River City Pockets >>

  • RnR

    RnR

    3737 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-3353

    http://www.rnrscottsdale.com RnR is the latest joint from Valley nightlife impresarios Les and Diane Corieri, the couple behind clubs like Axis/Radius and Suede. The Corieri's newest spot is unlike any of the other establishments in their empire, serving as a laidback restaurant and drinkery with a relaxed atmosphere. It boasts funky décor that's imbued with mid-century modern stylishness, as well as three separate bars, and a wine cellar stocked more than 1,800 kinds of vino. The vibe changes to more of a mix-and-mingle scene after the dinner rush, although small plates from its American comfort menu are available until 2 a.m. Most patrons tend to prefer people-watching to eating, however. Nightly entertainment from DJs and acoustic musicians also helps enhance the scenester aura. Stop by early to avoid the crowds and enjoy happy hour bargains like half-priced wine and domestic drafts. If you want to save even more cash, check out RnR's Facebook page, which features daily code words for special deals. Read more about RnR >>

  • The Roadhouse Cafe and Double Duce

    7000 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85207
    480-232-5368

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Roadhouse-Cafe-and-Double-Duece-Saloon/136610143117369

  • Roadrunner Lounge

    Roadrunner Lounge

    3219 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-941-8340

    While the Roadrunner Lounge's windowless exterior is a bit spartan, its interior is stocked with all the trademarks of a memorable dive bar. Dim lighting pierced by twinkling Christmas lights sets the mood. An old jukebox stocked with sad bastard country songs and an old Pac-Man arcade game provide the entertainment. Booze is cheap: $1 PBRs, $2 Natural Lights, and $3 well drinks. The mixed drinks are poured high and strong and free pool is available during the daytime. Read more about Roadrunner Lounge >>

  • Roadrunner Restaurant & Saloon

    Roadrunner Restaurant & Saloon

    47801 N. Black Canyon Highway New River, AZ 85087
    623-465-9903

    http://www.roadrunnersteakhouse.com/

  • The Rock

    The Rock

    4129 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-248-8559

    http://www.therockdmphoenix.com There are a number of LGBT-oriented hot spots in CenPho's Grandview neighborhood, and this cozy joint may be one of the most laid-back of the bunch. The main bar area has a touch of modern swankiness, and the cheerful staff is happy to pour you a pint from the standard selection of taps. The Rock's mixed drinks are cheap but pack a punch. Boasting a patio, a rec room for darts and video games, and a performance showroom in addition to the bar, The Rock is damn near a clubhouse for all the interests of its diverse clientele. Various nights include karaoke, darts league, stand-up comedy, and poker. Weekends get busy with regulars coming out for Valley drag diva icon Barbara Seville's weekly performances, as well as various female illusionist shows and charity benefit performances in rotation. Read more about The Rock >>

  • Rockbar Inc.

    Rockbar Inc.

    4245 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-331-9190

    http://www.rockbarscottsdale.com It's safe to say that the Scottsdale landscape has more than a few clubs devoted to dance music and electronica. Which is why a nightspot that specializing exclusively in rock & roll like this recent Old Town arrival tends to stand out among the rest. According to its owners, the two-level Craftsman Court spot will offer "all rock, all the time" in the form of live bands performing on its stage and DJs spinning up nu-metal or punk remixes. And there's plenty of space to rock out, whether its at either of the two bars both downstairs or upstairs, or in one of many cushy VIP booths that feature great views of the stage. Read more about Rockbar Inc. >>

  • Rogue Bar

    Rogue Bar

    423 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257
    480-947-3580

    http://www.theroguebar.com/ Previously known as one of the Valley's favorite hangouts for hepcats, the Rogue is still the kind of dank-yet-dope place that features indie types sucking down PBRs, local rock bands performing onstage, girly-pants-wearing hipsters mingling about, and its infamous graffiti-covered bathroom. Just make sure you don't park in front of the convenience store next door, as its owner might have your ride towed. Read more about Rogue Bar >>

  • Roman

    Roman's Oasis

    16825 W. Yuma Road Goodyear, AZ 85338
    623-932-0922

    http://romansoasis.com/ Located in the far reaches of the West Valley, legions of laid-back folks in cowboy gear gather at Roman's for the delicious down-home grub (try the chili) and live country music or classic rock on weekend evenings. There's also karaoke four nights a week, from Thursday through Sunday, and (kiss my grits!) never a cover. This expansive country bunker features four rooms filled with multiple bars, dance floors, pool tables, shuffleboard, and video games. Plus, the barkeeps and waitstaff are always loads of fun, patrons get their kicks posing with an Elvis Presley statue in one corner, and the popcorn is always free. Read more about Roman's Oasis >>

  • Roscoes On 7th

    Roscoes On 7th

    4531 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-285-0833

    http://www.roscoeson7th.com This athletic-themed CenPho gay bar is typically packed with both sports spectators and participants alike, as Roscoes sponsors several local rec league teams and hosts weekly pool tournaments. Trophies upon trophies adorn one corner of the establishment and celebrate the achievements of these weekend warriors, while the pennants for local pro teams dotting the walls show off Roscoes' support for hometown heroes. During football season, the joint opens at 10 a.m. on weekends for the early games, and various happy hour specials are offered throughout the week, such as two-for-one cocktails and domestic beers on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The bartenders usually wear referee jerseys, and aren't afraid to cite patrons who perpetrate party fouls. Read more about Roscoes On 7th >>

  • The Rose & Crown Pub

    The Rose & Crown Pub

    628 E. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-256-0223

    http://www.theroseandcrownaz.com If nothing else, the British definitely know how to tie one on. So it's only fitting that the Britannia-themed Rose & Crown is stocked with enough brews and booze to keep any Englishman or Anglophile happy (and properly soused). Imperial pints of Smithwick's, Newcastle, Tetley's, and Guinness and 10 other import and domestic beers are available, as are a dozens of microbrews and other alcoholic delights. The pub also shows off its U.K. roots on its walls, as the premises is adorned with numerous pop-style paintings by local artist Alexander Scott Hughes featuring such English icons as Johnny Rotten, Winston Churchill, James Bond, and even Monty Python's Minister of Silly Walks (a.k.a. John Cleese). Read more about The Rose & Crown Pub >>

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