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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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  • Lost Leaf

    Lost Leaf

    914 N. 5th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-0014

    http://www.thelostleaf.org The folks behind The Lost Leaf are pretty sincere about their beer. The bohemian-style drinkery/gallery, housed in a vintage 1930s-era domicile, offers a selection of more than 100 different kinds of ales, lagers, stouts, and other intoxicating brews available by the bottle. If that isn't enough to wet your whistle, the Lost Leaf also serves a host of wines, meads, and even sake, to boot. If you can tear yourself away from the bar, check out the pulchritudinous paintings and other outstanding works of art hanging on the walls, or enjoy nightly performances by a variety of musicians and bands. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Lounge at Crescent Ballroom

    Lounge at Crescent Ballroom

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

    http://www.crescentphx.com

  • Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge

    Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge

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

    http://www.bowlluckystrike.com "Upscale" and "bowling alley" aren't words that you often hear in the same sentence. Until Lucky Strike Lanes opened at CityScape, that is. This California-based chain isn't your typical bowling alley, full of church groups and old people smoking cigarettes in a dingy lounge. Nope, Lucky Strike is far more posh. A dozen lanes for rolling are outfitted with flat screens and plush couches. There are two full bars, three pool tables, free Wi-Fi, and of course, a full menu of upscale bar food. If you plan to visit on a Friday or Saturday night, be prepared to wait. Live DJs and exceptional service should make the time fly by, however. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Madison Event Center

    Madison Event Center

    441 W. Madison St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-258-1189

    http://www.madisoneventcenter.com

  • Majerle

    Majerle's Sports Grill

    24 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-253-0118

    http://www.majerles.com Fifteen years after its downtown location threw open its doors, the new Majerle's Sports Grill in Chandler offers the same friendly staff serving up quality food, refreshing drinks and good times in stylish and comfortable digs. The state-of-the-art audio/video system and cool patio is a great place to dig into Cory's Old School Nachos, warm tortilla chips covered with spicy ground beef, homemade cheese sauce, then topped with green onions, black olives and sliced jalapeños, served with homemade salsa and sour cream. Or check out the popular Slam Dunk Shrimp, yummy tempura shrimp tossed in wing sauce and served with celery, carrot sticks and buttermilk ranch dressing. Score! Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Mateo

    Mateo's Cantina

    5508 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-242-4252

    http://www.mateoscantina.com/mateoshome.html Bumping and thumping with Latin beats and boasting a festive atmosphere four nights a week, Mateo's is like the rowdier brother of its adjacent sister restaurant Sylvia's La Canasta. Decked out with a colorful cornucopia of Chicano artwork, Spanish colonial décor, and unique antiques, this lounge-like party playground offers live entertainment and more than two-dozen different tequilas. During the daytime, specials on Mexican brews are offered while both fútbol and football are broadcast on numerous televisions. On Fridays, the place becomes the stomping ground for local office workers looking to loosen up their ties, kick off their heels, and enjoy the fun of happy hour. As dusk draws the day into night, however, the nightlife starts to arrive, including guys dressed in sharper duds and ladies clad in clingier club clothing. DJs begin pumping the sound system full of old school, hip-hop, merengue, and cumbia hits, and the dance floor begins generating a serious buzz of activity as patrons shake their collective moneymakers all night. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Modified Arts

    Modified Arts

    407 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-462-5516

    http://www.modified.org Despite all the rumors to the contrary, Modified Arts ain't dead. While its proprietors recently decided to change the establishment's focus to more of an art gallery than a music venue (and thus, eliminate the sort of rock and indie shows that it regularly featured over the past decade), the Roosevelt Row institution will still host occasional bands and musicians, although they'll be more of an experimental or genre-challenging sort. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Monarch Theatre

    The Monarch Theatre

    122 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-456-1991

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Monarch-Theatre/151721091624098 Patrons of The Monarch Theatre seem to frequently contract dance fever whenever beats begin blasting out of its in-house wall of sound. Each victim at this downtown Phoenix dance emporium has their own individual symptoms: some folks start to shimmy, others begin to bounce, while the rest wind up merely pumping fists or bobbing heads as fast as the BPM will allow. The diversity of boogaloos being busted withing the confines of its 7,000-square-foot dance floor tends to encompass a wide variety of electronic dance music during any particular week. If it’s a UK Thursday event, you can expect a skull-shaking auditory assault of dubstep, glitch, or drum ‘n’ bass. When the Solstice crew puts up a special event, expect hours of progressive or deep house. Touring DJs that visit also bring laptops and hard drive full of everything from electro-house and trance to psychedelic, nu-disco, and other atmospheric jams. If anyone’s beat their feet into submission, however, various booths and posh seating opposite of the bar is waiting. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Nash

    The Nash

    110 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-0464

    http://www.thenash.org The Nash has become to the jazz scene — a stylish epicenter with crisp acoustics and can't-miss performances. Purists and neophytes alike have flocked to the lounge-like venue (named for renowned Phoenix native and jazz drummer Lewis Nash) for intimate shows or rowdy jam sessions featuring many and varied flavors of jazz, from bop and swing to experimental and avant-garde. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Networks Bar & Grill

    Networks Bar & Grill

    122 N. Second St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-440-3198

    http://phoenix.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp?icamp=phoenixhyattredirect Politicians and power brokers are known to congregate at Networks, as are professional athletes, office workers, and well-heeled housewives. You'll immediately notice a suit-and-tie crowd chatting on cell phones over their drinks, and, upon closer look, you'll notice a more eclectic crowd of tourists and downtown denizens gathering at Networks, too. Located off the lobby in the Hyatt Regency, Networks also has cigars available (to smoke outside, of course), an amenity that accentuates a room already steeped in a button-up sort of elegance. Cherry wood décor and granite bar tops help class up the place, too. Stop by after a hard day at work for the happy hour, when $3.50 domestic drafts and $4 wells are available. The specials may just be enough for you to seal that deal or find your next business partner. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Oz

    Oz

    1804 W. Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-242-5114

    http://www.ozphx.com With the only nod to its name being a poster of Dorothy and her friends hanging in the front entryway, the surroundings of this land of Oz are less Emerald City and more leather-rimmed bar, beer logo mirrors, and Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" blaring from the jukebox. It all makes sense, considering this is a joint that likens itself to the gay bar version of Cheers. Underneath a sparkling asphalt-like ceiling hanging over the bar, the mostly male crowd of gay northside locals kicks back and orders up cheap brews or food brought in from a nearby wine burger joint. With a small but hopping patio scene near a row of scooters, projection TV, and a happy hour from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day, the Oz Bar may not be lined with yellow bricks, but at least it ain't Kansas, honey. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pat O

    Pat O's Bunkhouse Saloon

    4428 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-200-9154

    http://www.bunkhousesaloon.com Although Pat O's Bunkhouse is a hotspot for big, burly, bearded gay guys, the sign outside reads, "Open. Everybody is welcome" -- and it's true. A wide assortment of LGBT types visit here for such weekly events as Texas Hold 'Em on Mondays and Tuesdays, karaoke on Wednesdays, and the always outrageous Underwear Night on Thursdays. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Plazma

    Plazma

    1560 E. Osborn Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-266-0477

    http://www.myspace.com/phxplazma A video bar, drinkery, and nightspot all rolled into one, Plazma is a quaint hangout for the LGBT community, tucked away just off 16th Street, providing a cool haven to shoot pool, chat over drinks, and even suck down colorful Jello shots from plastic syringes. When the jukebox isn't bumping out techno or pop diva hits (which is often) the multiple plasma TVs are showing videos and campy movies. The weekly Plazma Playhouse also features performances by such gender-bending female illusionists and drag queens such as Afeelya Bunz, with numerous drink specials on tap nightly. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pomeroy

    Pomeroy's

    5551 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-264-5411

    Pomeroy's is a straightforward dive, good for long nights of casual drinking with no sniveling allowed, as per the sign hanging prominently on one wall. Walk into this darkened drinking den on any given night and witness regulars huddled together in groups of three or four, swapping stories, trading jokes, and sucking down $2.75 pints of PBR and Rolling Rock. Hang out long enough and they might just invite you to join the revelry, challenge you to a game of pool, or encourage carving something into the long wooden bar that's littered with names, random phrases, and curse words. The whip-smart barkeeps don't seem to mind it when patrons make their mark, though they seemingly maintain control over any rabble-rousers. They'll also serve you plenty of greasy-but-good cuisine that's available from the kitchen - try the green chili burritos and the joint's signature grilled cheese sandwich - food that's perfect for soaking up any excess alcohol. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • ReBar

    ReBar

    901 N. 4th St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-1792

    http://www.blissonfourth.com Catering to the more arty and fashion-conscious, drop-in-then-drive-out crowd of downtown Phoenix, ReBar is the latest effort from the crew behind Fez and Switch. The joint's shared patio with adjacent eatery Bliss (when you arrive, be sure to hang a left to get to the bar) is a big draw, as are its top-shelf drink selections. Tree coverage and a unique outdoor bar made from actual rebar (hence the establishment's name) in the shape of a sprouting palm offer both shade and a surprising amount of coziness. Meanwhile, the inside bar jams on Top 40 hits and slings out handcrafted cocktails in martini glasses alongside house wine blends. Time your visits well, as the west-facing patio and surrounding vacant lots can make for some intense sunsets. Or maybe it's just another reason to order another lavender-and-grapefruit-infused Passionately Purple martini. And if you're looking for the restroom, head straight back to that big green wall and keep an eye out for what looks like a secret door, or the crowd of people waiting outside it. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Recovery Room

    Recovery Room

    2027 W. Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-246-6456

    http://www.therecoveryroom.org Owner John Kunst and his daughter Shannon know there's nothing like family when it comes to providing pub-style pick-me-ups to friends in need. For over 25 years, the duo has been serving up cold drinks and satisfying sustenance to loyal, old-school locals in the form of daily drink deals, 99-cent lunches, and John's signature chili on Sundays. (Its secret? He makes it with whatever he has in the fridge.) With an easygoing, open atmosphere and entertainment a go-go, including big-screen Rock Band at the ready, the folks at the Recovery Room will make sure you're taken care of like kin. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Red House Pub

    Red House Pub

    1028 W Grand Ave Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-258-0749

    http://grooveongrand.com/red-house-pub.html

  • The Refuge

    4727 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-265-1795

    https://www.facebook.com/TheRefugeAZ

  • Revolver Records

    Revolver Records

    918 N. 2nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-795-4980

    http://www.revolveraz.com As one of the precious few independent record stores in the Valley, Steve Zimmerman and TJ Jordan's music emporium has become a beloved stomping ground for local audiophiles and vinyl junkies. Besides boasting a plethora of platters (as well as enough CDs, music ephemera, and memorabilia to rival your neighborhood Zia's), Revolver also draws in music fans during the number of live shows it hosts every month. First Friday usually sees a handful of rock, punk, and ska bands performing outside, while the weekly "Outer Bounds of Sound" affair on Sundays features eclectic and experimental musicians doing their thing inside. Be sure not to trip over their microphone cables while hunting for an unscratched copy of We're Only in It for the Money. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Rhythm Room

    Rhythm Room

    1019 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-265-4842

    http://www.rhythmroom.com 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. Since opening its doors in 1992, owner (and Valley blues guru) Bob Corritore has booked plenty of legends from those down-home genres over the years, including such venerated names as Pinetop Perkins, Sanford Clark, and the late Chico Chism. Rock acts are also a popular draw , including a wealth of local and touring indie acts that have been featured in recent years. Behind the bar (and behind the scenes) you'll find the always-cheerful manager Mona Lisa, who can not only pour you a stiff one, but also leave you in stitches with her tales of customers both famous or otherwise. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Rock

    The Rock

    4129 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-248-8559

    http://www.therockdmphoenix.com 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 >>

  • Roosevelt Gallery and Bier House Brings

    509 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-252-2160

  • Roscoes On 7th

    Roscoes On 7th

    4531 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-285-0833

    http://www.roscoeson7th.com 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

    http://www.theroseandcrownaz.com 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

    http://www.rosiemccaffreys.com 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 >>

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