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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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  • 1889 Saloon

    1889 Saloon

    5009 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-273-7378

    http://www.stockyardssteakhouse.com Few places in the Valley evoke our city's Wild West heritage better than this Phoenix landmark that's adjacent to the historic Stockyards Restaurant. Amble on through its swinging doors, pardner, and discover a gorgeously appointed interior resembling a saloon straight out of The Rifleman. Crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and old timey murals dot the walls. The only thing lacking are a few desperados and no good card cheats playing poker games between and a few can-can girls. The hand-carved mahogany bar is usually frequented by cowboys (albeit of the urban variety) and offers a menu of drinkables that includes 22 different beers, such local wines as Stronghold and Cimarron, as well as a dozen-plus whites and more than 36 reds. After a few stiff drinks, you might even feel brave ordering a plate of the Stockyard's infamous calf fries. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Alice Cooper

    Alice Cooper'stown

    101 E. Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-253-7337

    http://www.alicecooperstown.com School's out forever at this hybrid sports/rock 'n' roll theme eatery where the shock-rocker born Vincent Furnier is worshipped like a demigod. Goth-punk waitresses wear eye makeup à la Cooper, and his ghoulish image stares out at you from nearly every table. Fender guitars signed by such acts as The Police, Eric Clapton, and Black Sabbath line the walls, along with a collection of sports memorabilia. Huge TV screens face you at nearly every angle so you can watch any and every game that might be on. Surprisingly, the food's not bad for bar grub: barbecue, burgers, sammies, chili, wings, etc. Cool spot to eat before or after a game at nearby U.S. Airways Center or Chase Field. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Angels Trumpet Ale House

    Angels Trumpet Ale House

    810 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-252-2630

    http://www.angelstrumpetalehouse.com This downtown gastropub, built in a ’70s-era block building with a spacious room, long bar, and outdoor patio, is more successful for its suds than its grub. Boasting 31 rotating craft brews on tap – think local favorites, seasonals, and all-over IPAs – beer enthusiasts would be hard-pressed not to find something to their liking. But when it comes to the beer-friendly fare, many of the dishes seem too ambitious, often have preparation issues, and rarely deliver on their expected tastes. Relatively safe bets are the flatbread pizzas, spud tacos, and salads. For sweet tooths, there’s the alehouse’s version of Pop Tarts. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Apollo

    Apollo's

    5749 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-277-9373

    http://www.apollos.com 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. From jockish preps and fabulous drag queens to big cuddly bears and roughneck biker types, they all gather here for the camaraderie and cute bartenders. If your peepers get tired from all the people watching, there's karaoke from Thursday through Saturday, and the infamous "Greek God Revue" strip show on Sundays. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Arrogant Butcher

    The Arrogant Butcher

    2 E. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85004

    http://www.foxrc.com/the_arrogant_butcher.html If you must dine in downtown Phoenix, try this 7,500-square-foot urban grill - where an ambitious menu holds a few hits along with the misses. We love the pate and the salads, though we recommend skipping the too-salty pastrami sandwich and the rather limp fries. Daily specials like Meatloaf and Mashed Potatoes (every Monday) and the Wednesday night Slow-Roasted Prime Rib bring people back again and again - or maybe it's just a lack of options. Here's to arrogance! Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Bandaids Show Lounge

    Bandaids Show Lounge

    2548 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006-1046
    602-254-0811

    http://www.bandaidsclub.com

  • Bar Bianco

    Bar Bianco

    609 E. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-528-3699

    http://www.pizzeriabianco.com Pizzeria Bianco knows its pizzas are good. So good, in fact, that customers are willing to wait an average of an hour and half to get one. So, Bianco has conveniently instituted Bar Bianco as its next-door neighbor, with a cozy atmosphere that makes waiting for pizza a pleasant experience. Tour the historic home interior with a glass of wine or specialized brew, or start the noshing early with a tasty appetizer. But watch out for summertime sipping - the place gets as hot as the pizza oven next door. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Bar Maximus

    214 W Roosevelt St Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-687-8796

    barmaximus.com

  • The Bar on Central

    718 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-6122

    http://thebaroncentral.com/

  • Bar Smith

    Bar Smith

    130 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-229-1265

    http://www.barsmithphoenix.com Creativity abounds on both floors of this bi-level beatshack located in downtown Phoenix. Bottle-tossing mixologists like Chase Crain show off their furious flairtending skills and whip up handcrafted artisan cocktails at the downstairs bar. Meanwhile, talented turntablists work the wheels of steel from an elevated platform on the rooftop lounge as urbanites and heavenly-looking honeys mix and mingle with their drinks. Street artists like Lalo Cota are also known to create one-of-a-kind murals on a large chalkboard that occupies one wall, turning Bar Smith into an impromptu gallery of sorts. Be sure to grab a picture of their efforts before last call, as its proprietors tend to erase the creation at the end of the night.The place serves lunch and dinner as well, focusing on American comfort food that goes well with alcohol, from a roasted barbecue pork sandwich and spicy chicken wings to old fashioned pot pie. Stop by for a midday meal or a casual bite before the game. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Bikini Lounge

    Bikini Lounge

    1502 Grand Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-252-0472

    http://www.thebikinilounge.com 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 this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlor

    1 West Jefferson Street Phoenix, AZ 85003

    http://www.bitterandtwistedaz.com/

  • The Caravan

    The Caravan

    4835 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-264-8952

    When there's a sign in the bar that says "restrooms for customers only," you know you're in a dive bar. When there are other signs that read "no drinking other people's beer," you know you're at The Caravan. Situated next to a smoke shop and convenience store and adorned with an exterior mural by painter Joerael Elliott that features elements of Hopi, Apache, Navajo, and Pima iconography, The Caravan welcomes its guests into a cavernous, blue-walled, and decidedly bare-bones joint. Turned-up tunes on the jukebox compete with the squawks of locals ordering up cheap beer and well liquor or yelling out jokes to their buddies across the bar ("If you throw a cat out the window, is it considered kitty litter?"). With a few TVs, a couple of pool tables, video games shoved in a corner, and walls sparsely decorated with standard-issue beer logo décor, true entertainment can be found in The Caravan's cast of lively characters, some who stop in just to down a shot before making a beeline for the door, and others just trying hard to follow the rules. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Cash Inn Country

    Cash Inn Country

    2140 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-244-9943

    http://www.wix.com/boakon/cash-inn-country-2009 Cash Inn is a large LGBT-friendly and country-themed dance club situated along McDowell Road that features wood-paneled walls and line dancing lessons on a large, checkered dance floor. The musical menu isn't all honky-tonks and crooning, however, as DJs spin a diverse variety of genres throughout the week, ranging from Latin to Top 40. Tea dance parties, Phoenix Mercury fan gatherings, and live performances by female illusionists are all regularly featured. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Char

    Char's Has the Blues

    4631 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-230-0205

    http://www.charshastheblues.com A freestanding roadhouse located just south of Camelback Road, Char's features various Valley blues, funk, R&B, and soul artists performing seven nights a week for music aficionados who also get some stick time playing pool or sipping bourbon with friends. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Charlie

    Charlie's

    727 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-265-0224

    http://www.charliesphoenix.com For years, this swishy CenPho saloon was known as the "lil bitty ol' pissant country place" that almost exclusively attracted only tight-Wranglered gay folk and Marlboro Mary's. But times have changed and so has Charlie's. A renovation last year has improved the décor and expanded its size considerably, offering a much larger dance floor on which a far more diverse crowd can either bust out with two-steppin' or shake their asses to high-energy dance, country music, and Latin-oriented jams all night. Some things haven't changed; there's still the always-muscular bartending staff and after-hours dancing until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Chase Field

    Chase Field

    401 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2438
    602-514-8400

    http://arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com/ari/ballpark/index.jsp

  • Cheetahs Gentlemans Club

    Cheetahs Gentlemans Club

    4125 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-265-8487

    http://www.cheetahsaz.com Cheetahs Gentleman’s Club has everything a red-blooded, old-fashioned, all-American carnivore and strip club connoisseur could possibly want during a night out on the prowl at an exotic dance emporium. Red meat abounds on its menu of Mexican and American-style eats in the form of beef fajitas, thick cuts of prime rib on Thursdays, and plates of filet mignon on Fridays. An expansive wall of liquor behind the bar at the sinful CenPho den contains more than 60 different brands of booze, ranging from Courvoisier and other cognacs to 17 whiskey and scotch selections. And of course, there's a cadre of cuties who aim to tease while you relax on leopard-print couches downstairs, or live large up in the balcony VIP section. Just try not to choke on your steak when one pulls off an eye-popping downward spin from atop the 10-foot tall pole. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Christie

    Christie's Cabaret

    44 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-275-3095

    http://www.christiescabaret.com/jm/ 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 >>

  • Palazzo

    Palazzo

    710 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

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  • Club Zarape

    Club Zarape

    1730 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    480-946-0416

    To say that this CenPho showclub and gay vaquero bar is colorful would be an understatement. A lively variety of neon lights and multicolored decorations mix with a vibrant vibe and diverse clientele that visit Zarape on a nightly basis. Its female illusionist revues blend sass, style, music, and comedy into playful drag spectaculars featuring hits from such popular Latina divas as Shakira and Gloria Trevi being lip-synched by local drag artists, who also add plenty of wit, charm, and well-timed raunch into their trills. But when the revues end and the spotlight dims, these colorful characters don't vacate the premises. They're just as apt to hang out and interact with the cowboy-booted caballeros that stop by Zarape to spend the evening dancing to salsa, cumbia, banda and norteño music. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Coach's Corner Grill

    333 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-293-3332

    http://www.coachandwillies.com/ccgrill/

  • Copper Blues

    Copper Blues

    50 W. Jefferson Phoenix, AZ 85003
    480-719-5005

    http://www.copperblueslive.com The beer gods have given downtown Phoenix a gift, and they also happen to be live music fans. CityScape's Copper Blues boasts a 60-tap draught beer menu packed with everything from standard domestics to handcrafted artisanal beers and even their own in-house brew. A whole lot of top-shelf liquor gets the vibe going at this warm, dimly-lit blues bar, where bands keep the beat on a stage lined with taps, one of the spot's two bars. The second floor location gives views of Central Avenue and the downtown skyline, while plush leather couches and dozens of tables keep things comfortable in the massive indoor space. Though the bar is essentially an expansion of CityScape's comedy club, Stand Up Live, Copper Blues has carved out a niche of its own. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Crescent Ballroom

    Crescent Ballroom

    308 N. 2nd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-716-2222

    http://www.crescentphx.com Charlie Levy’s stylish venue and nightspot has earned a rarified aura amongst both music fans and hipsters alike thanks to its many amenities geared towards concertgoers, as well as a posh atmosphere and a distinctive lineup of nightly shows. The Crescent’s main room boasts bleacher-like stadium seating along the back wall, which allows patrons a clear view of whatever nationally known art rock tastemakers, indie-folk troubadours, or Pitchfork favorites happen to be gracing the stage without ever having to jockey for position amidst a typically packed house. Not that there’s ever a bad seat to be had, as choice acoustics and a primo sound system ensure that every single note is crystal clear. Meanwhile, the Crescent’s urbane bar and lounge out front offers a candlelit milieu where scenesters, bon vivants, and urbanites quaff luxe libations, trade the latest gossip, or partake in free performances by local DJs and musicians. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Cruisin

    Cruisin' 7th

    3702 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-212-9888

    http://www.cruisin7th.net A few things differentiate Cruisin' 7th from other local gay bars -- a complete lack of posturing and its significant cross-dressing clientele. It's not unusual to see female illusionists and other practitioners of the drag lifestyle sporting their finest frocks at the CenPho club, whether they're participating in the Tuesday karaoke night or witnessing one of the various revues or male stripper shows that go on throughout the week. It's the kind of place where anything goes -- as long as you're respectful and play nice with others. As one regular aptly describes this "island of misfit toys," it is where anyone can feel safe and let loose, regardless of their particular kink or sexual orientation. "If you don't fit in anywhere else, you'll fit in here," as they say. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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