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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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  • Roscoes On 7th

    Roscoes On 7th

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

  • The Rose & Crown Pub

    The Rose & Crown Pub

    628 E. Adams St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-256-0223 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 The Rose & Crown Pub >>

  • Rosie McCaffrey

    Rosie McCaffrey's Irish Pub

    906 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-241-1916 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! Read more about Rosie McCaffrey's Irish Pub >>

  • Royale Lounge

    Royale Lounge

    2310 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85006

    Though 16th Street is filled with its share of Mexican food joints, discotecas, and distractions, nothing stands out as brightly in the darkness of night as the vintage sign adorning the Royale Lounge. While dive-seekers and hipsters make evenings and weekends busy, the bar stays lively during the day with working stiffs squeezing a beer or two on lunch break and neighborhood regulars sipping spirits around the clock. If their conversations aren't enough to keep your attention, their pinball machine, pool table, jukebox, and an amber-colored jar of pickle eggs might do the trick. The bartenders are plenty amicable, but don't try to pay with anything other than simoleons, as The Royale is a cash-only joint. Read more about Royale Lounge >>

  • The Rum Bar

    The Rum Bar

    108 E. Pierce St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-267-1266 There's more than just Bacardi being served at this cozy rum bar attached to Jamaican eatery The Breadfruit. Much more. Like a treasure trove of 108 brands of exotic, aged, vintage, and premium rumbullion, to be exact. A rustic wooden wall behind the bar contains shelf after shelf of snazzy bottles filled with amber-colored delights from throughout the world, including such far-flung selections as Matusalem Classico from the Dominican Republic to Cadenhead's Green Label from Scotland. If sipping a snifter straight up won't suffice, the mixologists here are happy to whip you up a rum-based drink, including such custom cocktails as The Good Jake (featuring Wray and Nephew Overproof, ginger root, and cola) to old standbys like daiquiris and Cuba Libres. Read more about The Rum Bar >>

  • Seamus McCaffrey

    Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub & Restaurant

    18 W. Monroe St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-253-6081 This place is about way more than Irish beer and whiskey, me boy-o. Oh, sure. Seamus offers sandwiches and salads along with the usual super happy hour specials and such. But how about this: This authentic Irish pub is the home of Arizona's all-time best selection of Scotch and Irish whiskey in the state. If it's something other than a liquid diet you're looking for, pub food is served round the clock. Try the Shepherd's Pie or the crunchy-fried fish and chips. We go back for the corned beef and cabbage, served with boiled potatoes and just like Gramma O'Hara used to make. Live music most weekend nights is a nice side, but we also dig the company of the friendly, chatty staff the rest of the week. Friendly atmosphere and tasty pub food-what more can one ask for? Read more about Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub & Restaurant >>

  • Seay's

    3110 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012

  • SideBar


    1514 N. 7th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-254-1646 Boasting retro-futuristic swank, a relaxed upscale vibe, and a staggering selection of beer and wine, the always-stylish SideBar has become one of downtown Phoenix's premier drinking destinations. Perched on the upper floor of the historic brick building that once housed the Emerald Lounge and the original location of the Lost Leaf, the spot features a swinging '60s cocktail vibe and décor that was mapped out by renowned designer Judith Testani (of Olive & Ivy fame). A mix of mid-century retro and more modern elements -- including the programmable light wall and Paul Christiansen-like ceiling lamps -- SideBar's digs are matched in beauty by the precision cocktails served at the funky-looking illuminated bar. Try such tasty concoctions as the White Rabbit and the Psychedelic and see if you agree. Read more about SideBar >>

  • The Snap Lounge

    The Snap Lounge

    1516 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85015

    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 >>

  • Taxi Inn

    Taxi Inn

    2339 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

    The drink selection at the Taxi Inn is limited to beer and wine, but that doesn't seem to matter to its patrons. Everyone's having too good a time soaking in the dive bar ambiance and sucking down Pacificos and Tecate to care about the fact that the only mixed drink being served are Micheladas (a.k.a. suds spiced up with tomato juice and Clamato in the style of a Bloody Mary). Located a stone's throw from Sky Harbor International Airport (hence its name), this dope dive doesn't see many travelers stopping off before their flight, but instead is the stomping ground of both the blue-collar crowd and a mostly Hispanic clientele. The signs outside promise pool, and Taxi Inn delivers with three billiards tables. Things really get popping, however, when neighborhood folks come out to catch UFC events, boxing matches, and -- especially -- soccer games. Keeping the Taxi Inn in mind during major events like World Cup is a must if you want to joyously bellow out "GOAL!" with fellow fútbol fans. Read more about Taxi Inn >>

  • Tertio Wine Bar

    Tertio Wine Bar

    3508 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-595-2244 Things don't stay the same for long at Urban Beans. At least not since Virgina Senior decided to open up Tertio wine bar inside the coffee shop. By day, locals can (and do) stop in for a freshly baked scone but at night the wine begins to flow and the space turns into a low-key hangout for wine lovers of all types. Tertio also offers select craft cocktail offerings and a beer list if you're tannin-ed out. Read more about Tertio Wine Bar >>

  • ThirdSpace


    1030 Grand Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007

  • Tilted Kilt

    Tilted Kilt

    2 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-293-3888 There's nothing more authentically Scottish than framed photos of Fat Bastard from the Austin Powers films and girls in plaid push-up bras and mini skirts. Tellingly, at Tilted Kilt, located downtown in the CitySpape plaza, the focus is less on real Scottish fare than on American standards like Bud Light and French fries. The spot features an extensive beer menu, and cheekily dressed bartenders who playfully flirt with the male patrons, but don't worry ladies --there's a slice of beefcake in it for you, too. Kilt fetishists bask in man-skirt glory as sport events splash across the bar's dozens of flat screens. Misters and fans keep views of U.S. Airways Center and downtown cool during hot summer months on the outdoor smoking patio, just a couple blocks from concerts and sports events taking place at the arena. Read more about Tilted Kilt >>

  • The Turf Restaurant & Pub

    The Turf Restaurant & Pub

    705 N. 1st St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-296-5043 Do what you like to Turf's classic Caesar Salad. You can add chicken, shrimp, tuna, even calamari; it's still one of the best Caesars in town, made with fresh, crisp Romaine lettuce, parmesan cheese grated over homemade croutons and tossed with a perfectly made, lemony dressing. Follow this perfect salad with a traditional boxty, a delicious potato-based, grilled Irish pancake served with homemade soda bread and butter. The chicken boxty offers peppers and mushrooms tossed with chicken in a white wine cream sauce. Bangers and mash or burgers are other inspired options from Turf's gourmet kitchen, from which some pretty amazing meals have come. Just make sure to wash it all down with one of the many beers on draft of both local and Irish making or just a whiskey on the rocks. Read more about The Turf Restaurant & Pub >>

  • Valley Bar

    130 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003

  • Windsor


    5223 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012
    602-279-1111 If you've been to Postino -- either the original in Arcadia or the wine bar's Central Avenue location -- then you have a good idea of what this latest venture from restaurateurs Craig DeMarco and Lauren Bailey has in store. With a come-hither list of craft beers, wines, and cocktails, and a menu of upscale bar staples, its location, in a renovated 1940-era building in Central Phoenix, is a favorite among well-heeled Gen Xers with an atmosphere that's conducive to simply being there. Stopping in for drinks and bar snacks is a guaranteed good time, with picnic kebabs, the mixed grain salad, crab cake BLT, or Brown Bag Chicken Sandwich best bets for eats. And if you've got a sweet tooth, Churn, DeMarco and Bailey's homemade ice cream and sweet shop, is next door. Read more about Windsor >>

  • Zipps Sports Grill

    Zipps Sports Grill

    1515 E. Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-266-1600 CenPho sports bar fans like Zipps because it’s practically always open, and yet we’ve heard that people come from the east valley just for Zipps’ trademark Chicken Skewers—lightly battered, then deep-fried and served with something called Gold Sauce that’s apparently to die for. Zipps is locally owned and operated, and many of the menu items are made from closely guarded recipes. All of them are included on the generous, everyday happy hour menu that stretches well into dinner time—perfect for anyone who doesn’t want to stop watching the game in the cozy confines of Zipps’ bar. Read more about Zipps Sports Grill >>

  • Zorf


    1028 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-277-7729 Featuring arguably the most unique moniker for a gay bar in the Valley, Zorf’s is also distinctive for another reason: It’s got a small dog park on the premises, complete with a fire hydrant nearby and a waste disposal station. Both the name and the pooch park are due to owner Kenny Caron’s affinity for canines (Zorf happens to be his beloved Boxer/Labrador), which is why water dishes dot the dog-friendly patio and ads for pet adoption services are tacked to a bulletin board. It’s just as doggone welcoming for two-legged creatures inside the cheery place, however. The staff is anything but catty and there’s a living room-like vibe and plush seating where one can sit, stay, and partake in local microbrews like Sleepy Dog Red Rover Irish Ale (natch), one of its signature cocktails, or nightly live entertainment like drag shows and comedy gigs. Just don’t forget to take Fido outside when nature calls. Read more about Zorf's >>

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