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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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  • Draw 10 Bar and Grill

    Draw 10 Bar and Grill

    5444 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-273-1061

    http://www.draw10bar.com An oasis of alcoholic bliss tucked away amongst office buildings and industrial parks, Draw 10 beckons to both the white- and blue-collar crowds looking for a drink at lunchtime or after the work day's done. The large rectangular bar dominates the establishment, ringed with a rainbow selection of illuminated bottles and an equally colorful cross-section of neighborhood regulars. And just what are they drinking? Those with big thirsts can grab monstrous 32-ounce mugs of domestic drafts like Bud Light and Coors for $4.50 each. If you aren't that parched, partake in 16-ounce pints of Blue Moon or Fat Tire for $5. Weekly poker nights also take place on Wednesday and Saturday nights, while the back room has been known to host the occasional one-off DJ night. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Dressing Room

    The Dressing Room

    220 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    480-998-6926

    Colorfully quirky and filled with bohemian charm, this shoebox-shaped structure located adjacent to MonOrchid fits in with the eccentric array of galleries, boutiques, art spaces, and music venues dotting Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix. Most of the week, it serves as a rehearsal and recording space for the members of rock band Wooden Indian. On First Fridays and occasional weekends, however, the Dressing Room hosts gigs by local rock and indie acts, where standing-room-only crowds are lit by the glow of Christmas lights hanging from the exposed rafters. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Duce

    The Duce

    525 S. Central Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-866-3823

    http://www.theducephx.com Don't judge a book by its cover. The understated exterior hardly does justice to everything that goes on inside, including swing dancing, boxing, and shopping. As far as the drinking goes, The Duce has an impressive selection of old school cocktails as well as few specialties you won't find anywhere else. The vintage trailer serves up some great comfort foods, including pot pies and sliders. The Duce offers ping-pong, shuffleboard, corn hole and foosball, so it's practically like you can get a work out while you drink. After all, it is part gym. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Durant

    Durant's

    2611 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-264-5967

    http://www.durantsaz.com The first and last word in old-school cool in dowtown Phoenix. For more than half a century, the house Jack Durant built has served up class by the barrelful as well as classics like sautéed chicken livers, oysters Rockefeller, lamb chops with mint jelly, and Delmonico steaks, to name a few. Serious fressers can eat their way to a plaque on the wall by polishing off Durant's 48-ounce porterhouse, and you get to do so in leather booths that once hosted Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, and Robert Mitchum, among other luminaries. Walking through the kitchen to the dining room is an experience in and of itself. And the bar crowd is lively and entertaining. Partake in the legend for yourself by imbibing a few dry martinis or a Dewar's on the rocks whilst relaxing in a banquette once occupied by Barry Goldwater. You'll be totally money, baby. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • DWNTWN

    DWNTWN

    702 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-8343

    Part of the same downtown Phoenix club complex that houses Palazzo and Amsterdam, DWNTWN is a red-hot dance destination with two bars and two dance floors, an upscale dress code, and a mostly Hispanic clientele that fills the place to capacity on weekends. DJs spin a number of Latin dance genres, including salsa, reggaeton, and cumbia, well into the wee hours of the morning. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • El Capri

    El Capri

    2135 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-244-0551

    For most of the week, this east-side discoteca remains cold and dark, hidden behind a chain-link fence and locked up tighter than Fort Knox. On Friday and Saturday nights, however, the place comes alive with colored lights, hundreds of dancers, and Latin beats. The interior is home to a rollicking sea of dancing humanity, including plenty of caballeros y damas. Though the bar offers good selection of tequilas and south-of-border beers, the focus of El Capri is more on dancing than drinking. A steady stream of bachata, banda, and cumbia is pumped out by the DJs, while norteño bands occasionally perform. Gentlemen typically sport sharp cowboy garb and ostrich-skin boots, while ladies tend toward tight dresses, low-cut blouses, and skintight jeans. Even if you don't get to bailar with a bonita babe by night's end, chances are you'll eventually run into her mingling about or at the Mexican food joint down the street. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • FilmBar

    FilmBar

    815 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-595-9187

    http://www.thefilmbarphx.com FilmBar doesn't just have the lock down on the hippest indie and foreign film screenings. The theater's lounge is a fully functioning bar, featuring DJs, live music and a carefully selected menu of import and domestic beers. Standard brews have no place in the bar, which favors full bodied dark beers and tasty pints of Boddingtons. The entertainment tends to be as eclectic as the movies, with ensembles like Haunted Cologne (polka-punk) taking the stage, and DJs offering up world-music cuts. The bar's Middle Eastern decor is perfect for kicking back, either in the high backed couches or on the floor, beanbag style. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Four Kings Cocktail Lounge

    Four Kings Cocktail Lounge

    5041 N. 19th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-433-1066

    When it comes to neighborhood drinking dens that pack a punch, Four Kings Cocktail Lounge has an uppercut. Former Phoenix super bantamweight boxer Johnny "The Torch" Vasquez is a regular here, strolling the bar with drink in hand - the onetime champ now happy to play the host of toasts. With a crock-pot, microwave, and coffee pot on the counter behind the bar and the number for a nearby pizza joint taped to the wall, this homey hideout is beloved by its regulars (a scrapbook-like sign touting the joint's greatness hangs in the hallway). In a crazy-clean atmosphere amid wood paneling and the sounds of classic country coming from the jukebox, pool tables, TVs, and video games are offered in addition to cheap drinks and good conversation. The barkeep is quick to extend a handshake to newbies before their asses hit the stool and the locals are equally as hospitable - offering smiles, nods, and invitations to peruse the boxes of VHS movies in the corner (three for $1). Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Funny World

    Funny World

    1217 E. Madison St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-283-5040

    http://www.facebook.com/funnyworldphoenix If you haven't attended a show at this tiny gallery and music venue housed in a ramshackle CenPho residence, better get a move on. That's because in all likelihood, Funny World probably won’t exist by the time that summer rolls around. It's owner, the curiously named Space Alien Donald, claims that the property is slated to be scooped up and razed by the City of Phoenix in the spring to make way for a parking lot. In the meantime, however, local musicians, bands, and spoken word artists have been filling Funny World's short lifespan with plenty of gigs. Art rockers, funky folk guitarists, and various purveyors of weird sounds typically perform in the living room in front of a Babar bed sheet covering the windows while the audience sits of thrift store sofas or cops a squat on the floor. In between sets, they gather in the kitchen to drink coffee or watch the owner bust out with some raps and rhymes while dressed in costume. Sounds like just another funny night at Funny World. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Furia Musical

    Furia Musical

    1810 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-252-7900

    Like a mash-up of reception hall and dive bar, Furia Musical is a trippy dancing and drinking scene decked out in mirrors and a black-and-white checkerboard floor. Crazy-loud Latin music blasts its way out of a powerful sound system, pulsating past an illuminated crescent moon that hangs over the dance floor, chairs and tables draped in black cloth, and up to a small, bright corner bar where old-school amigos down a dizzying array of cheap beer and cocktails from friendly barkeeps. A big-screen TV sits in the corner of the dance area while a second room (separated by Roman columns and white sheer curtains) houses two pool tables, a jukebox, and a vending machine selling bottled waters wrapped with a pack of smokes for eight bucks. If select nights of live bands, DJs, and concursos de tubo (pole-dancing contests) don't get the heart pumping, try a trip to one of the Furia's restrooms. The men's is like a closet of urinals, and in the ladies', you've got five stalls, one curtain, and two seats. Sure it's a little freaky, but at Furia Musical, it's all in good fun. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Game Seven Grill

    201 S. 4th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-462-3800

  • Garnett

    Garnett's Rite Inn

    4134 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-279-6086

    Whenever the day-drinking mood strikes us, we typically head for Garnett's Rite Inn, because this rough-around-the-edges roadhouse located along Seventh Avenue offers the dive bar hat trick of cheap booze ($1.75 Bloody Mary's from 6 to 9 a.m.), saucy-yet-friendly bartenders, cheesy décor (check out all the mirrored beer signs), and a pretty kickass jukebox (stocked with Otis Redding, Reba McEntire, and Johnny Cash). Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • George & Dragon Pub

    George & Dragon Pub

    4240 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-241-0018

    http://www.georgeanddragonpub.net For a uniquely British drinking experience that will take you on a quick trip across The Pond, stop by George & Dragon English Restaurant and Pub. The interior is decked out with displays of UK pride, including Union Jacks, local flags, pub signs, and tabletops featuring London Tube stations. Not only does the bar stock the largest selection of imported draught beer and scotch in the Phoenix area, but the kitchen cranks out authentic dishes like shepherd’s pie, bangers n’ mash, and steak and kidney pie filled with Guinness-braised steak chunks and slightly musky lamb kidney bathed in gravy. The fish n’ chips are always a safe bet, the golden brown cod dredged in just the right amount of batter, the chips crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. George & Dragon is also known for its regular poker games, held on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Gypsy Bar

    Gypsy Bar

    50 W. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-732-5490

    http://www.gypsybarphoenix.com

  • H.B. Hanratty

    H.B. Hanratty's Pub

    537 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-274-3067

    Just who is H.B. Hanratty? Ask any of the regulars at this Camelback Road mainstay -- from the businesslike barkeeps pouring dollar shots, to the curious-but-shy locals -- and you'll likely get shrugs, blank stares, or exclamations of "Who cares? Just have a beer." Billed as a "place for serious drinkers," this old-timey pub (which features perfect pool tables, old-school darts, a modest kitchen, and a slightly Western feel) fancies itself a hangout for neighborhood types, service industry folks who can show their pay stubs for a free drink, and Ohio State University alumni that take over Hanratty's on big game weekends. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hacienda El Bar-Ril

    1602 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-712-1470

  • Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix

    Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix

    3 S. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-261-7625

    http://www.hardrock.com Phoenix's edition of the worldwide chain of rock 'n' rolls theme restaurants has everything you'd expect, from the 10-foot-long Gibson Flying V neon sign over the entranceway to an array of music mementos inside. It's equal parts museum, rock club, and eatery, with its collection of memorabilia ranging from the cheesy (a Justin Timberlake stage costume from his days in 'N Sync) to the chic (Tom Petty's autographed jacket), and there's a collection of autographed and classic guitars (including axes from Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Ugly Kid Joe) on display near the front and vintage ephemera scattered throughout the premises, including photographs and posters. The Hard Rock's stage has also hosted occasional performances by local bands in the past, including What Laura Says and Limbeck. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hi-Liter Lounge

    Hi-Liter Lounge

    4716 N. 12th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-234-0128

    http://www.hiliterclubaz.com At Hi-Liter Lounge, old school history meets new school sounds. The DJs at the CenPho adult entertainment haven, which has shaken its moneymaker in the Valley strip scene for more than five decades now, tend to throw bleeding edge EDM artists into the mix. It’s a nice alternative to the usual rock and hip-hop tracks, and, along with Hi-Liter’s signature weekly steak and lobster night, is one of its many perks offered here. That’s besides the obvious benefits of being in close proximity to the topless revealings and sexy one-on-one sessions given by the lovely ladies -- each embodying a variety of figures and cup sizes – who wanna go for a grind. And we do mean close, as the cushiony chairs within the cozy club are mere inches away from each other. It’s almost like getting two shows for one. But try not to gawk too hard and spoil your neighbor’s fun. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hidden House

    Hidden House

    607 W. Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-279-0170

    http://www.myspace.com/thehiddenhouse Thanks to Al Page and his weekend DJ nights, the Hidden House has built up a certain reputation over the past half-decade as a hip-hop music paradise. But while ghetto-fab types and hepcats fill the place on Fridays and Saturdays, there's more than just fly music and urban beats to be had at this double-sided CenPho dive. Over in the bar and restaurant, hipsters drink down $4 mini-pitchers or $3 pints, shoot darts, or get in some eight ball action on six different pool tables, or enjoy some conversation time while sitting in any of the joint's many booths. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hooters

    Hooters

    455 N. Third St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-495-1234

    http://www.hootersaz.com Home of the double entendre, the Hooters chain has become an American icon over the course of its short life. Founded in Florida during the glorious 1980s, the company with a hooting owl for a logo boasts its own magazine, a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, and famous alumni like Hugh Hefner's former girlfriend Holly Madison. The Hooters girls at each of the 450 locations are the heart and soul (or is it the "T and A"?) of the company; from the American Midwest to the Czech Republic to Tokyo, every girl sports the same bright orange short-shorts, flesh-colored pantyhose and white sneakers. Perhaps it could be the food that keeps loyal Phoenix customers coming back. The menu focuses on chicken wings, with sauces ranging from mild to atomic, but there are also seasoned curly fries, shrimp, oysters, crab legs, burgers, and sandwiches, along with plenty of televisions tuned to whatever's going on in the sports world. Check out your local Hooters on Voice Places. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hula

    Hula's Modern Tiki

    4700 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-265-8454

    http://www.hulasmoderntiki.com Aloha! Welcome to your vacation destination, smack-dab in the middle of CenPho. Conveniently located just a few city blocks from the light-rail stop at Central Avenue and Camelback Road, Hula's is known for its inviting patio, island-style eats, and rum-filled tropical cocktails. On chilly nights, set your sights on a spot by the blazing fire pit. Hot enough outside already? Belly up to the sleek, yet still tropical, air-conditioned bar inside. Make sure to bring a couple of friends to help you dive into Hula's signature flaming Volcano Bowl or keep it mellow with a glass of vino from the attractive wine list. Killer happy hour specials and a relaxing atmosphere make Hula's a great place to wind down when you can't reach the magic button the transports you to Hawaii. Mahalo! Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Icehouse

    Icehouse

    429 W. Jackson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-257-8929

    http://www.theicehouseaz.com This multiroom mega-venue in downtown Phoenix has hosted numerous raves and underground dance parties over the past decade. Talented turntablists will spin hardcore and house within its cavernous concrete walls while club kids and glowstick types get their PLUR on and sweat up a storm. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Karamba

    Karamba

    1724 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-254-0231

    http://www.karambanightclub.com The expansive dance floor at this gay Latin dance club is almost always packed with bodies, whether it's boys dancing with boys, gals getting down with other gals, and various other combinations. Although the crowd here is Latino-heavy, it gets downright ethnically diverse during frenzied weekend events, when folks of every race and sexual orientation dance until dawn. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Kobalt

    Kobalt

    3110 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-264-5307

    http://www.kobaltbarphoenix.com When the businesses dotting Park Central Mall lock their doors tight when the workday’s done, the party’s just getting started at Kobalt. Owners Bryon Wiley and Robert Mancuso keep things going and the liquor flowing at their popular blue-themed gay lounge, one the ritziest in the Valley, until the dreaded last call arrives to spoil the fun. There’s a voluminous amount of intoxicants to choose from until the staff flips the killjoy switch, however, such as 23 different beers and an army of premium spirits eager to invade the invade the liver or get mixed into any of Kobalt’s 26 fabulous and flamboyant signature specialty martinis. Most are of a sweet variety, including those mimicking Strawberry Yoo-Hoo or Black Forest cake, while a handful brandish monikers of the employee (like the Drewberry or Va-Gina) that dreamt ‘em up. Fresh-popped popcorn is usually available to go along with all the alcoholic, but only if the bartenders can pull themselves away from cocktail conjuring long enough to make a batch. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Last Exit Live

    Last Exit Live

    717 S. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-271-7000

    http://www.lastexitlive.com When Brannon Kleinlein announced he was reopening his bygone venue Last Exit, we had a few doubts. Not only is the cozy music venue located along a confusing one-way stretch of Central Avenue, it's also in the heart of a dodgy 'hood south of downtown Phoenix. After Kleinlein fixed the joint up, improved parking and security, and began getting the word out via social media, scenesters and music gourmandizers alike have found their way to shows, especially those involving popular and tastemaking touring and local bands. Crowds have even shown up for concerts in the middle of the workweek, which Kleinlein cites as a good sign things are going well. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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