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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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  • Simpleton

    Simpleton's

    2639 E. Broadway Road Mesa, AZ 85204
    480-890-8800

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Simpletons/168208723218153

  • Sip Coffee & Beer House

    Sip Coffee & Beer House

    3617 North Goldwater Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    602-625-3878

    http://www.sipcoffeeandbeerhouse.com/ Any hard worker can tell you that while sometimes all it takes is a good dose of caffeine to fuel your creative endeavors, other times you need something a little bit stronger. Fortunately, at Sip Coffee and Beer House, beverage drinkers can get the best of both worlds. Situated on the tail-end of Old Town Scottsdale, in the developing space of the Creative Center of Scottsdale, this colorful and cozy coffeehouse serves up craft brews and handcrafted cappuccinos as well as a small menu of breakfast and lunch items. Time to call your local Starbucks and tell them you’re breaking up. Read more about Sip Coffee & Beer House >>

  • Skeptical Chymist

    Skeptical Chymist

    15668 N. Pima Road Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    480-609-8677

    http://www.skepticalchymist.com Looking very much like a kind of place you'd find on the Emerald Isle, Skeptical Chymist is a charming place resembling an old apothecary with rustic wooden furnishings and hundreds of books lining the walls. Besides having an abundance of the obligatory Guinness on tap, you can get ice cold pints of Harp, Bass, Newcastle and numerous other import drafts, as well as other Irish booze and brews. Several specialty cocktails, like the Chymist Royal (a concoction of Bushmills, apple liqueur, and ginger ale) are also on the menu. It's definitely good for what ails you. Read more about Skeptical Chymist >>

  • Skip & Jan

    Skip & Jan's

    7700 S. Priest Drive Tempe, AZ Tempe, AZ 85284
    480-598-8611

    http://www.skipandjans.com It's hard to tell from the street, but Skip & Jan's is huge. It might not look it from the outside, but this Tempe sports bar is large enough to house a fully-stocked kitchen, dozens of TVs, dart boards, arcades, and a station for off-track betting. Not to mention a cavernous pool hall, with tables stretching as far as the eye can see. The staff is courteous and friendly, and regulars are nice, too. The bar features live music, karaoke every Tuesday night and plenty of drink specials to wet gamblers' whistles. This west-Tempe hub has plenty to offer the wandering sportsman. Read more about Skip & Jan's >>

  • Skippers Lounge

    Skippers Lounge

    6124 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301
    623-937-0938

    http://www.skipperslounge.com/ A favorite of both neighborhood residents and salt-of-the-earth barflies for years, Skippers is tucked away next to the intriguingly named Roman Tax Service in a red-and-white mini-strip. The bar offers Glendale denizens a place for drinks, karaoke, and live music. Such bands as The Bank and Fool's Life are regulars here, performing rock 'n' roll hits on the weekends. Watching NASCAR is another big pastime here (as evidenced by the posters on the wall) as are the thrice-weekly "kamikaze karaoke" sessions. As the event's name portends, singers can occasionally become a little wild when belting out standards and popular songs, so keep a firm hold of your drink in case the current mic-wielder bumps into you while belting out Bon Jovi's "Living on a Prayer." Read more about Skippers Lounge >>

  • Sky High Hookah Lounge

    Sky High Hookah Lounge

    7802 N. 27th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85051
    602-841-5380

    https://www.facebook.com/SkyHighHookahAZ Fragrant smells waft throughout the dark hall at Sky High Hookah Lounge, with flavored shisha tobacco smoke billowing from towering hookah pipes. The hookah jockeys at the front counter are attentive but not intrusive, periodically shifting the burning coals over the bowls packed with flavorful combinations of slow-burning, molasses-dipped tobacco. It's a great venue to enjoy the company of friends and family in a fun, calm atmosphere and the owner invites everyone to experience their excellent customer service. The full service smoke shop offers a wide variety of tobacco products as well as accessories. And they've got a wide selection of tobacco flavors including Sex on the Beach, Blue Mist, Bubblegum, Black Licorice, Double Apple and more, all of which you can enjoy while their house DJ, pumps music through the lounge. Mention you saw this listing on Voice Places for a free refill on Hookah and drinks on the house. Read more about Sky High Hookah Lounge >>

  • Sleepy Dog Saloon and Brewery

    Sleepy Dog Saloon and Brewery

    1920 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-5476

    http://www.sleepydogbrewing.com "Leg Humper," "Scootcher," and "Wet Snout" are a few of the unique, pooch-centric names you'll find on the tap handles at Tempe's newest brewpub. Tucked away in a quiet strip mall on University Drive, Sleepy Dog offers house-made brews (flip over the menu for a sketch detailing the brewing process) and a bevy of other craft beers available on draft and by the bottle. If you're feeling a little more upscale, the establishment also offers a selection of Arizona wines. The chillaxed atmosphere makes Sleepy Dog an easy spot in which to kick back with friends and play a board game or watch a flick on one of the brewpub's flat-screen TVs. Try your luck on the "Wheel of Deals," and you could even a 25-cent beer or a free bag of chips. Fresh popcorn is available as are more exotic bar snacks, like hummus, should you need something to go along with your pint. Read more about Sleepy Dog Saloon and Brewery >>

  • The Snap Lounge

    The Snap Lounge

    1516 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-222-3551

    This grungy CenPho drinking den could best be described as a dive bar to end all dive bars, as it features all the hallmarks of a classic hole in the wall: there are multiple signs hanging throughout the place advising patrons that fights aren't tolerated, a slew of cheap booze is constantly on special, and it's typically stocked with a salt of the earth clientele that's seemingly straight outta central casting. But if you're the sort who doesn't mind that type of thing, then the Snap Lounge is definitely the kinda place you can play some pool or shoot some darts with a shot and a beer while hiding from the rest of the world. Read more about The Snap Lounge >>

  • Sonnys

    19011 S. Arizona Ave. Sun Lakes, AZ 85248
    480-963-6632

    http://www.sonnysaz.com

  • The Spirit Room

    The Spirit Room

    166 Main St. Jerome, AZ 86331
    928-634-8809

    http://www.spiritroom.com

  • Spirits Bar & Grill

    Spirits Bar & Grill

    9303 E. Apache Trail Mesa, AZ 85207
    480-986-5572

    http://www.spiritsloungebar.com Roll down the dusty Apache Trail to Mesa, and approaching the city limits you’ll happen upon this sprawling roadhouse and southern-fried venue infused with an aura of rock ‘n’ roll debauchery. Wall-sized posters of such notorious party animals as Tommy Lee and the Beastie Boys seemingly inspire the rowdy times regularly served here up with smile (and a typically stiff drink from any of its three bars). Blaring nu-metal anthems inspire amateur gyrations on a stripper pole, a whoa-babe vibe amplified by the weekly wet tee shirt contests on Fridays and Saturdays. Activities of a risqué nature have also happened during the occasional pudding wrestling bouts between bikini-clad ladies taking place in an inflatable kiddie pool or in the secluded Bleu Room, earning its name from its stylish azure furnishings. The ginormous patio is also the site of much commotion, as patrons gather outside to smoke, compare scars, and simply dig into some of Spirits Bar & Grill’s classic American grub, which always imbued with just the right amount of grease. Read more about Spirits Bar & Grill >>

  • The Spurr Lounge

    The Spurr Lounge

    5535 W. Baseline Road Laveen, AZ 85339
    602-237-3309

    Spurr Lounge boasts being the "only bar in Laveen," and tellingly, it's the kind of half-ranch/half-pub one could expect to find that far west. Pool tables are smudged with white chalk handprints left over from Free Pool Thursday, and the cowboy-centric menu boasts a signature variation on the Philly cheesesteak described by the bartender as "very Southwest." The smoking patio in back offers enough privacy for a card game; inside, the rustic horseshoes, joke license plates, and vintage Budweiser Carousel hanging above the bar make you feel as though you've earned a night out even if you haven't roped any cattle or tamed any frontiers. Read more about The Spurr Lounge >>

  • Stacker

    Stacker's

    2855 W. Cactus Road Phoenix, AZ 85029
    602-863-3477

    The cool red lights at Stacker's in North Phoenix bathe the cheery clientele in a groovy shade of maroon. In the 30 years the bar has been open, Stacker's has gained a reputation for its hot wings and Philly cheesesteaks, and both can be washed down by their selection of 14 beers . There are televisions above the cozy booths and along the entrance wall, so that fans can kick back and enjoy basketball and football games while regulars match wits at a pool table nested in the back of the bar. Read more about Stacker's >>

  • The Stadium Club

    The Stadium Club

    940 N. Alma School Road Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-963-3866

    http://www.thestadiumclub.com With a name like Stadium Club, it shouldn't be surprising that the focus of this Chandler joint is all about athletic exploits. Highlights from arenas, stadiums, and other sporting facilities from around the world are broadcast on 25 different high-definition flatscreens, which are constantly tuned to ESPN and other jock channels. Situated just below the TVs are dozens of framed photos of such legendary sports stars as Mickey Mantle, Joe Montana, and Phoenix Suns star Kevin Johnson. The walls also display a huge amount of Buffalo Bills memorabilia as the owners hails from upstate New York. Stop by on any given Sunday during football season and expect to see a throng of likeminded Bills fanatics cheering on their heroes while dining on pub grub and downing any of the 25 beers on tap. Competition isn't just limited to what's seen onscreen, as the requisite arcade games like Golden Tee are available alongside a pair of pool tables. Read more about The Stadium Club >>

  • Stand-up, Scottsdale! Comedy Club

    Stand-up, Scottsdale! Comedy Club

    6820 E 5th Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-882-0730

  • Starters

    Starters

    1400 S. McClintock Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-2622

    http://www.startersaz.com The bartenders at this homey, neighborhood spot are an entertaining and welcoming lot. Not only will they dazzle you with cocktail-style flairtender tricks, they're also known to remember your name and favorite beverage. Heck, they're even willing to forgive the occasional party foul when patrons accidentally spill their beers on the concrete floor. The menu is stocked with bar food favorites, while the calendar is filled with a variety of daily specials on Jägermeister and other spirits. A sense of camaraderie permeates the place on a nightly basis, whether it's sports fans enraptured by the action on all the HDTVs or the effusive espirit de corps of the smokers satisfying their nic fits out on the large patio. Read more about Starters >>

  • Steel Horse Saloon

    Steel Horse Saloon

    1818 W. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-942-8778

    http://www.steelhorsesaloon.com If motorcycling were a religion, then Steel Horse Saloon would be considered a venerated house of worship. This North Phoenix favorite serves as a hawg heaven, rich with motorcycling memorabilia and populated by plenty of rough-and-tough ramblers, as well as blue-collar barflies and weekend warriors who live in nice suburban neighborhoods but like to play badass when they can. These guys ride atop their steel steeds every weekend for two-night sets by local rock and country bands or stop by for numerous cycling events and parties held throughout the year, like the annual Bike-toberfest. Read more about Steel Horse Saloon >>

  • Stinger

    Stinger's Sports Bar

    10040 N. 43rd Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302
    623-937-9645

    http://www.stingerssportsbar.com Stinger's Sports Bar is a playground for adults. The bar features 12 pool tables, six dartboards, four poker tables, a ping-pong table, a foosball table, and a multipurpose dance floor. Patrons can choose from the wide selection of bombers to muster up enough liquid courage for a round of karaoke. The bar hosts weekly pool, darts, and Texas Hold'em tournaments that welcome both amateurs and pros. There are 13 beers on tap, including domestics, imports, and local brews like Kiltlifter and Devil's Ale. The projector and crisp flat-screen televisions above the bar feature the hottest NFL games and UFC matches. Located in the same plaza as Great Skate and Nana's Day Care, parents and children alike can have a fun evening without having to go far. Read more about Stinger's Sports Bar >>

  • Stone Rose Lounge

    Stone Rose Lounge

    7575 E. Princess Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85255
    480-419-3190

    http://www.fairmont.com/scottsdale/GuestServices/Restaurants/Stone+Rose.htm Situated far from the club hubbub of Old Town, the Stone Rose Lounge is a chic sanctuary cloistered within the center of the Fairmont Princess Resort. Divided into outdoor and indoor areas, the al fresco portion of this tranquil nightspot is dominated by ample amounts of plush seating, as well as a gigantic, cube-shaped outside bar and 10,000-gallon reflecting pool. Oh yeah, and the scenery is picturesque as all get out. The Spanish colonial architecture of the upscale resort tends to take on an amber glow at sunset, as does the illuminated bar top made from marble. Inside ain't too shabby, either, as edgy, modernist architecture provides a backdrop for beat-blasting DJs spinning up downtempo tracks for scenesters, fashionistas, and the North Scottsdale elite. Read more about Stone Rose Lounge >>

  • Sweet Rustic Bar & Grill

    15472 N. 99th Ave. Sun City, AZ 85351-1968
    623-974-0843

  • Swizzle Inn

    Swizzle Inn

    5835 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-277-7775

    We're at least 300-odd miles from the shore in Phoenix, so the concept of some kitschy dockside bar native to port cities is a foreign notion to us landlubbers. Except when we drop anchor for an evening with the scurvy dogs at Swizzle Inn, that is. This notorious north central Phoenix landmark of a maritime bent is the kinda place where vintage diving helmets, surfboards, and depth gauges are objets d'art, and a large photograph of a great white hangs above the pool table. Its inky eyes seemingly follow us when we wade through a crowd three deep to sample the sea of spirits available behind the bar. Conversation tends to resemble a roar as patrons often shout to be heard over the blaring jukebox, especially when it's playing a crowd favorite like Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline." You can even hear it from your car while parking, which indicates that another memorable night at the Swizzle is on your horizon. Read more about Swizzle Inn >>

  • Swizzle Stick Cocktail Lounge

    Swizzle Stick Cocktail Lounge

    5152 W. Olive Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302
    623-937-5965

    The sign behind the bar at this lively Glendale dive declaring “Warning: This Bitch Bites” is no joke, since the female staff wield sharp tongues, sass for days, and occasionally serve cocktails with a extra jigger of sarcasm. Regulars at “The Stick,” as its sometimes called, are sufficiently thick-skinned while newbies will soon learn that the barbs are good-natured and the bartenders make for fast friends, willing to loan out their cigarette lighters, hand a drink through a tiny pass-through window to the wraparound outdoor patio, provide strong pours to salve bruised egos, or pay for a cab ride home. They’ll also drop dime on the best times for cheap booze, the Monday “guy’s night” from 9 p.m. to midnight features all eight drafts and wells for $1.50 each, or cheap thrills, like on weekends when “we get a lot of horny women in here.” Either choice sounds like the makings of another night of wild times at The Stick. Read more about Swizzle Stick Cocktail Lounge >>

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