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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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  • Baseline Pub

    Baseline Pub

    1825 E. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-838-5883 If it happens to be your first-ever time ever inside the Baseline Pub and co-owner Tom Panopoulos is about, don't be surprised if a free shot somehow winds up in front of you. It's earned the Tempe neighborhood joint a loyal patronage who dig its lovably well-worn atmosphere, the seemingly never-ending buckets of free peanuts, hanging out in the den-like game room (complete with ping-pong table) in the back, or the fact they can stash their purses or pool cues in a curtain-covered closet next to the bar without worry. Plus, those who visit often enough tend to be hip to when the next time the free "I'm a Pubber" T-shirts will be given out. Read more about Baseline Pub >>

  • Baseline Sports Bar

    Baseline Sports Bar

    201 E. Baseline Road Tempe, AZ 85283
    480-730-9800 Owner AJ Hunter is something of a wild child with a taste for Harleys, a spicy personality, and a sexy flair. Ditto for her south Tempe establishment in the Mill Towne Center, where hawg heads and their steel steeds are always welcome to motor on in, especially during the well attended bike night on Wednesdays or the Sons of Anarchy dinners every Tuesday evening. Baseline Sports Bar also sells booty shorts and t-shirts emblazoned with its slogan “Represent Motherfucker” to its ribald and rabidly loyal army of patrons, whose crassness and depravity humorously clashes with the straight-laced aura of tony stained-wood, brass fixtures, and red brick. The bikers and bawdiness help add a bit of badass to an already eclectic mix of jockish preps hovering over platters of the bar’s notoriously fiery buffalo wings, hipster couples expertly flinging pucks on the shuffleboard game, or silver-haired retires from the surrounding neighborhood huddled in booths. We kinda doubt they’ll be picking up a t-shirt on their way out. Read more about Baseline Sports Bar >>

  • Benchwarmer

    4725 W. Olive Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302-3630

  • The Beverly

    7018 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Bikini Lounge

    Bikini Lounge

    1502 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-252-0472 Despite its name, the Bikini Lounge is not the place to gawk at busty bartenders in swim wear. Instead, Bikini Lounge is blend of every personality on the downtown spectrum. Friendly, long-term bartenders serve drinks to the business crowd, Trunk Space art venue hipster overflow and, ahem, more regular joes who have been visting the bar for years. The bar first opened its doors way back in 1946, making it the oldest watering hole in Phoenix. It maintains its '40s appeal, only making basic repairs throughout the years, while updating its overall vibe with professional DJs spinning six days a week, including 602'sdays and Bikini-a-Go-Go, where local favorites blast a mastered mix of music genres for packed crowds. Read more about Bikini Lounge >>

  • Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour

    Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour

    1 West Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-340-1924 Don’t be intimidated by the 24-page “Book O’ Cocktails” set in front of you when it’s time to order at Bitter & Twisted. Owner and lead bartender Ross Simon made navigating it easy with diagrams, illustrations, and some cheeky descriptions. Or you can always just order your favorite classic cocktail at the bar, expertly executed by the top-level bartenders who know just about everything there is to know about booze. Pair that with a swanky, throwback atmosphere and some delicious small plates like the charred cuttlefish Kraken dish and you have a recipe for one classy night of imbibing in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Read more about Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour >>

  • Bliss/reBar


    901 N. 4th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-1792 Comfort food is the order of the day at this local downtown favorite. Grilled cheese sandwiches with provolone, thick slices of bacon and pear, and cheddary mac and cheese are tastefully tweaked and yet still say "home in my jammies!" Parmesan French Fries with a tomato-studded marinara sauce are a must-try, and pretty much any burger is served on Bliss's signature pretzel bun. The Bliss Burger comes with a side of spicy spinach salad that's worth the price of admission itself. Try shoestring fries with sea salt and vinegar; the Coconut Chicken, or the Sausage Ravioli-you won't be sorry. Or go for brunch on the weekends and enjoy $4 mimosas or sangria on the patio. You'll be in bliss! Read more about Bliss/reBar >>

  • Blooze Bar

    Blooze Bar

    12014 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85028
    602-788-4574 The Blooze Bar is the sort of place where NASCAR fans gather to cheer on their favorite drivers and more mature local bands land gigs. Local acts like Cellphone Cowboys and Lit Up play here on weekends -- except on Sundays, when Junior, Smoke, and the gang make left turns at high speeds on TV. Thursday is a great night to stop by the Blooze Bar, because the place is invaded by hepcats for the bar's well-regarded rockabilly night. Car clubs such as the Invaders usually bring along their vintage dragsters and cherry rides, creating an impromptu road show in the parking lot and temporarily merging the interests of the bar's otherwise disparate clientele. Read more about Blooze Bar >>

  • Blue 32 Sports Grill

    1524 East Williams Field Road Gilbert, AZ 85295

  • Blue 32 Sports Grill

    7000 East Mayo Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85054

  • Blue 32 Sports Grill

    7000 East Mayo Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85054
    480-621-3080 Most local jock joints are stuck in junior varsity when compared to the big league digs, drinks, and dining at Blue 32. A sports bar with swagger and upscale atmosphere, it routs the competition in every aspect. Its roster of 50 different TVs, ranging from small to a whopping 65 inches projection screens, placed at every conceivable viewpoint means catching every single moment of every important game, even if you’re busying noshing on a plate of buffalo shrimp or carne asada in your cushy booth, ordering another round of drafts or crafts at the granite-topped bar, eyeballing the museum-like collection of sports memorabilia in the back, or headed to the restroom for a timeout. Read more about Blue 32 Sports Grill >>

  • Blue Agave Mexican Cantina

    Blue Agave Mexican Cantina

    7000 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85054

  • Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails

    Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails

    2 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-0231 Located on the second floor of the Hotel Palomar at CityScape in downtown Phoenix, this true, urban gathering place, like its contemporary American fare, successfully blends sophistication and familiarity along with a solid selection of signature cocktails. Helmed by chef Stephen Jones, the restaurant’s dishes, with a focus on local ingredients, are available as small plates or in two sizes -- perfect for sharing or to mix-and-match. Start with crispy tater tots with smoked bacon or a flatbread of duck confit then move on to heartier dishes such as Jones’ version of the Mexican stew pozole, grilled rainbow trout, or the decidedly unique Kentucky fried quail. A bustling bar of reclaimed wood and mirrors, floor-to-ceiling windows in the dining area, and an outdoor patio make it easy to enjoy the city along with the food and drink. Read more about Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails >>

  • Blue Martini Lounge

    Blue Martini Lounge

    5455 E. High St. Phoenix, AZ 85054
    480-638-2583 We went for a Skinny Bitch (vodka, pomegranate juice, Truvia, and blueberry puree) and stayed for the Whiskey Chicken tenderloin and a big helping of Vuseuvious Cake (a sort of brownie and cheesecake combo that's to die for) for dessert. Plus a couple more Skinny Bitches, just because. But there's also live music and plenty of not skinny drinks in this plush, bright bar and lounge. Read more about Blue Martini Lounge >>

  • Blue Martini Lounge

    Blue Martini Lounge

    5455 E. High St. Phoenix, AZ 85054-5464
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  • Bobby D

    Bobby D's Restaurant & Lounge

    10604 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85020-1404

  • Bobby's

    7122 E. Greenway Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85254

  • Bobby

    Bobby's Restaurant and Jazz Lounge

    7122 E. Greenway Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    480-556-0770 Getting romantic at the mall isn't just for teenagers. Bobby's offers up a sexy, swanky lounge vibe in the heart of north Scottsdale's upscale Kierland Commons. Head upstairs to experience the soul, jazz and laid back sounds of the bar's pianist while getting close with someone in candlelit corners, or order up customized cocktails, where crisp-dressed bartenders deliver gracious pours. Round up the girls or bring by a special lady for ladies night every Tuesday, when the fairer sex indulges in half priced drinks, or stop by for the unisex happy hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. everyday with $4 well cocktails, half off margaritas and $4 premium drafts. Read more about Bobby's Restaurant and Jazz Lounge >>

  • Bogey

    Bogey's Grill

    6463 S. Rural Road Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-897-2127 The name Bogey's says it all - and not because there are any Casablanca-themed decorations at this Tempe sports grill and hangout. The golf theme is explored all over the walls at this place, where kickballers and dodgeballers also congregate in herds. On NFL Sundays, the bar is a home away from home for displaced Vikings, Bears, and Bills fans, as well as a sizable contingent of Arizona Cardinals followers. The signature drink is Three Olives vodka, which runs only $3.50 all day long. Weekly events include Texas Hold'em on Thursday evenings and live music on Friday nights. You can also shoot a game of pool, hone your aim on Big Buck Hunter or play a round of cornhole. Read more about Bogey's Grill >>

  • Boondocks Patio & Grill

    4341 N. 75th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Boston

    Boston's Bar & Grille

    1730 E. Elliot Road Tempe, AZ 85284
    480-831-0822 As its name portends, this Tempe joint is all about Beantown. Not only can you catch the latest Pats game with all sorts of Massachusetts expats, the bar also provides the chance to wolf down a Green Monster chili dog while sipping a few pints of Sam Adams, and perusing the latest edition of the Boston Herald. And if you've forgotten about the enormity of the Red Sox's World Series win back in 2004, get a gander at all the memorabilia dedicated to both the team and its historic win that's displayed on the walls alongside pennants for other Bostonian sports squads. Off-track betting is also available, as well as an array of draft and bottled beers. Karaoke sessions, open mic nights, and poker tournaments nights are also offered throughout the week. Read more about Boston's Bar & Grille >>

  • Boulders on Broadway

    Boulders on Broadway

    530 W. Broadway Road Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-921-9431 With its ski lodge vibe and walls covered with outdoor equipment (including antique bicycles and climbing gear), Boulders on Broadway's two-story Tempe establishment is the kind of place you can relax after scaling Camelback or taking your 12-speed for a spin. Naturally, it's a big place for the neighborhood cycling crowd (with plenty of places both inside and outside to lock up your two-wheeler) as well as ASU students. There are more than 25 brews on tap -- as well as 75 more available in bottled form -- and an ample menu of scrumptious Chicago-style pizzas, calzones, and other comfort food selections in case you'd like to carb load before your next hike. Daily food and drink specials are also available. Read more about Boulders on Broadway >>

  • Brad

    Brad's Place

    4747 E. Elliot Road Ahwatukee, AZ 85044

    Another reason to go to Ahwatukee! Brad's fried cheese curds can't be found anywhere else, and we crave the Pork Chili Verde all week long. Daily specials are always tasty and filling at this clean, sporty meeting place. Check out the weekly Friday Night Walleye Fish Fry, and the Bratwurst Burger topped with sauerkraut and cheese. Pair that goodness with an ice cold draft brew and you have a good night ahead of you. Yum! Read more about Brad's Place >>

  • Brad

    Brad's Place

    4747 E. Elliot Road Phoenix, AZ 85044

    This snug, sports-oriented Ahwatukee tavern and eatery possesses a definite Midwestern bent. Besides a series of large, color-filled displays adorning the walls and serving as memorabilia-laden shrines to the collegiate and professional sports teams of Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota, folksy Great Lakes kitsch like framed snowshoes and bait shop ephemera dot the decor. The theme extends to the repast, which (along with a largely American pub grub spread of sandwiches, burgers, and finger foods) includes such homespun heartland staples as soft pretzels, beefy bratwurst, breaded pork loin sandwiches on sesame seed buns, thick slabs of meatloaf, and savory deep-fried white cheddar cheese curds. Huge filets of walleye are also available either grilled, pan-fried, or beer-battered, which the Minneapolis expats who frequent Brad’s Place wolf down with gusto as they discuss how Kirby Puckett’s walk-off homer in the 1991 World Series serves as the Twin Cities’ most thrilling sports moment. Read more about Brad's Place >>

  • Brennan

    Brennan's Pub 'n Grub

    3510 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032

    It's possible to instantly feel like a regular at Brennan's, even if you've never visited before. The waitresses call you "honey," the biker clientele is friendly and welcoming, and first timers will occasionally get drink discounts. If you're there with pals, challenge them to a round of pool or some shuffleboard. The twice-weekly trivia nights are just as competitive, with patrons teaming up to answer general knowledge questions on Wednesdays, followed by salacious sex-themed trivia on Saturdays. Both events are breeding grounds for friendly rivalries and offer opportunities to make some new acquaintances. The bar also features dartboards and arcade games, as well as karaoke on Sunday and Monday nights. Tuesdays feature inexpensive Mexican fare, including half-priced appetizers and $2 margaritas. You'll probably wind up sharing some with your new friends at the table next to you. Read more about Brennan's Pub 'n Grub >>

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