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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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  • The Roadhouse Cafe and Double Duce

    7000 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85207

  • Roadrunner Lounge

    Roadrunner Lounge

    3219 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Roadrunner Restaurant & Saloon

    Roadrunner Restaurant & Saloon

    47801 N. Black Canyon Highway New River, AZ 85087

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    14205 S. 50th St. Ahwatukee, AZ 85044
    480-598-1300 This Ahwatukee meet-up destination has lots of great food options and plenty of space for a large party on the patio, but the beer is what really sets this national chain apart. Rock Bottom produces several thirst-quenching microbrews right there on site, all mixed by the restaurant's in-house brew master. In true brewery tradition, Rock Bottom even offers a cask-conditioned ale. Non-beer lovers in the group can check out the lengthy list of classic and creative cocktails. Take advantage of happy hour specials and late night eats every day of the week. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    480-513-9125 Just across the Loop 101 from the new Musical Instrument Museum, an otherwise nondescript shopping center provides an oasis of handcrafted beer brewed in North Phoenix. There's always a crisp wheat beer on tap, though the specific recipe shifts seasonally. And though the chain restaurant offers a full bar, it's the beer you come for, right? Don't miss out on a pint or three of the brewery's Udder Goodness when it's available. Brewmaster Brian Helton developed the robust, creamy brew at this location, and it garnered him a bronze award in the 2010 World Beer Cup's Sweet Stout category. That's no surprise, as the delicious drink has been bringing in accolades and awards for years -- though Helton says the Desert Trail Pale Ale remains his favorite. An outdoor patio provides ample views of the bustling commerce in the Deer Valley Marketplace shopping center. This Rock Bottom sells 64-ounce growlers of their beers, so you can take a batch home to boot. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    8668 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    480-998-7777 Rock Bottom proves that it's possible to inject some local flavor into a chain bar. For instance, the North Scottsdale location features a half-dozen draft beers (including Saguaro stout, Raptor Red, and El Jefe hefeweizen), all of which are crafted at its in-house brewery. The upscale sports bar and restaurant also serves more than a dozen different imports and domestics in bottle form, so there's a little something for every kind of beer drinker. Happy hour runs from 4 to 7 p.m. every Monday through Saturday and provides patrons with $3.25 pints, $3 well drinks and house wines, and $5 appetizers. If you're short on cash, Texas Hold'em tourneys also take place every Monday night and offer gift certificates as prizes. But no matter how competitive the card games can get, Rock Bottom maintains a chillax vibe where you can partake in conversation without having to shout over noisy dance music or rowdy sports fans. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery

    7640 W. Bell Road Glendale, AZ 85308
    623-878-8822 The Valley has its fair share of microbreweries but few can boast of receiving as many accolades as this chain, which won "Best Brewpub" honors at the 2008 National Beer Festival. Rock Bottom carries a classic lineup of ales and lagers, light to dark, so expect solid suds without any gimmicks. You can also find such pub grub standards as sliders and wings, as well as wood-fired pizzas and gourmet burgers. The location is situated close to the Peoria Sports Complex, making it a choice destination following a spring training game. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Rock

    The Rock

    4129 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-248-8559 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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rockbar Inc.

    Rockbar Inc.

    4245 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-331-9190 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 ‘n’ roll like this recent Old Town arrival tends to stand out amongst 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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rocky Point Cantina

    Rocky Point Cantina

    1001 E. 8th St. Tempe, AZ 85281

    Located five minutes from the ASU campus (right by the train tracks), this indoor/outdoor venue and bar always allows for people to spread out during live shows. The vibe is great, particularly because many bands come to hang out in the crowd before and after their sets. They serve food too -- mostly Mexican fare, which pairs well with the host of hardcore, death metal, and punk bands that hit the spot Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rogue Bar

    Rogue Bar

    423 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85257
    480-947-3580 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, girlypants-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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Roman

    Roman's Oasis

    16825 W. Yuma Road Goodyear, AZ 85338

    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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Romans County

    10540 W. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85037

  • Rooftop Lounge & Patio (formerly Suite 301)

    Rooftop Lounge & Patio (formerly Suite 301)

    501 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-3060 Located on the top level of the Mill Avenue building that houses Hooters and The Big Bang, the Rooftop Lounge sports a sprawling bar stocked with plenty of high-end libations, a huge dance floor, and spectacular views of downtown Tempe. A pair of posh lounge areas are also available, with the outdoor version offering white décor, numerous couches, and a roaring fireplace for whenever it gets chilly. Turntablists also serve up the latest Top 40 and electro tracks on the wheels of steel four nights a week, blasting out their beats and keeping the party going until last call looms. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Roosevelt Gallery and Bier House Brings

    509 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Roscoes On 7th

    Roscoes On 7th

    4531 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-285-0833 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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Rose & Crown Pub

    The Rose & Crown Pub

    628 E. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-256-0223 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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rosie McCaffrey

    Rosie McCaffrey's Irish Pub

    906 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-241-1916 The best damn Irish pub in the world! Okay, you got us, we've never even been to Ireland, but at the very least, it's the best Irish pub in Phoenix. And why wouldn't it be? It comes to us from none other than Séamus McCaffrey, the fellow who lent his name to the second-best Irish pub in the Valley, which is downtown next to the Hotel San Carlos. McCaffrey sold the downtown establishment to his bartender Frank Murray, and opened Rosie's on Camelback. The new place appeals to all senses equally. The fish and chips are superb, as is the corned beef and cabbage, and there's Harp and Guinness on tap, too. Irish music most nights of the week. All in a two-floor building of dark wood, stained-glass windows, and portraits of Irish rebels of yore. And if you stay at the bar long enough, and drink enough Irish whiskey, you may feel a gaggle of leprechauns running up your leg! Céad Míle Fáilte, indeed. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Royale Lounge

    Royale Lounge

    2310 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

    Though 16th Street is filled with its share of Mexican food joints, discotecas, and distractions, nothing stands out as brightly in the darkness of night as the vintage sign adorning the Royale Lounge. While dive-seekers and hipsters make evenings and weekends busy, the bar stays lively during the day with working stiffs squeezing a beer or two on lunch break and neighborhood regulars sipping spirits around the clock. If their conversations aren't enough to keep your attention, their pinball machine, pool table, jukebox, and an amber-colored jar of pickle eggs might do the trick. The bartenders are plenty amicable, but don't try to pay with anything other than simoleons, as The Royale is a cash-only joint. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rula Bula

    Rula Bula

    401 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-929-9500 Situated inside the Victorian-era Andre building, Rula Bula is an authentic-looking pub that's steeped in history. It's housed in an old Mill Avenue saddle shop that dates back to the 1880s, while its walls are lined with vintage Irish relics that were imported from Ireland by owner Steven Goumas. The menu also offers a few historical tidbits, like the origin tales behind such traditional Irish fare as the boxy, as well as dishes named after the renowned Saint Patrick's Battalion that fought in the Mexican-American War. The name of the establishment itself is a reference to an old Gaelic phrase that roughly translates to "uproar and commotion," which is a fitting description for the raucous revelry that takes place inside Rula Bula on a nightly basis. Acoustic artists and Irish musicians offer live music throughout the week, while the staff behind the antique bar serves up pint after pint of imports like Guinness and Smithwick's and various European brews. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Rum Bar

    The Rum Bar

    108 E. Pierce St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-267-1266 There's more than just Bacardi being served at this cozy rum bar attached to Jamaican eatery The Breadfruit. Much more. Like a treasure trove of 108 brands of exotic, aged, vintage, and premium rumbullion, to be exact. A rustic wooden wall behind the bar contains shelf after shelf of snazzy bottles filled with amber-colored delights from throughout the world, including such far-flung selections as Matusalem Classico from the Dominican Republic to Cadenhead's Green Label from Scotland. If sipping a snifter straight up won't suffice, the mixologists here are happy to whip you up a rum-based drink, including such custom cocktails as The Good Jake (featuring Wray and Nephew Overproof, ginger root, and cola) to old standbys like daiquiris and Cuba Libres. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rusty Spur Saloon

    Rusty Spur Saloon

    7245 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-425-7787 A genuine historic landmark in Old Town Scottsdale, this rustic watering hole slaked cowboys' thirsts long before Southwestern art galleries with crying Indians surrounded it. Now, it's a fine place for hearing country and western tunes with live entertainment every day and every night. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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