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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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  • American Junkie

    American Junkie

    4363 N. 75th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-3000 This favorite destination of the young-and-beautiful crowd on the eastern end of Scottsdale's entertainment district is a rather chameleonic creature. During sunlight hours on the weekends, American Junkie is a sports bar Mecca with screens ringing the area above just above the circular bar and located in other convenient spots for viewing around the premises. Later in the evening, however, it takes on a dance club and lounge persona with DJs four nights a week and an often-busy outdoor patio, all of which are typically crowded with folks engaged in conversation and other social activity. The array of old school concert posters along one wall also give it a bit of a rock & roll edge and helps reinforce the raucous, fun vibe of the place. Read more about American Junkie >>

  • Bad Water Brewing Tap Room

    4216 N. Brown Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • The Beverly

    7018 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Boondocks Patio & Grill

    4341 N. 75th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251


    4363 N. 75th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • BS West

    BS West

    7125 E. Fifth Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-9028 BS West is absolutely one of the friendliest clubs you'll ever party at, whether you're bi, gay, straight, or none of the above. Hidden in Scottsdale's back streets (despite its Fifth Avenue address), the party's always pumpin', with enough stud muffins in attendance to make a het fella rethink his sexuality. It's got the feel of a two-story gay frat house in the midst of Scottsdale's party scene, with a 2-4-1 hump day special that makes BS the place to hit on Wednesday nights. But as wild as it can get, BS still retains a neighborly feel, where people aren't afraid to converse with one another, or at least flirt shamelessly. And the bartenders actually seem happy to have your business, unlike at some other places where they make you feel like they're doing you a favor by serving you. BS has been going strong since 1988, and if it stays the way it is, it'll probably be alive and kickin' in 2088. Read more about BS West >>

  • BS West

    7125 E. 5th Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Cameo

    4280 N. Drinkwater Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Casablanca Lounge

    Casablanca Lounge

    7134 E. Stetson Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-970-7888 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. Its mixologists labor over their finely created cocktails, whether it’s the half-dozen options on the seasonally rotating menu or such pre-prohibition classics and standards like Sazerac, Old Fashioneds, or Manhattans, which compliment the lounge’s vintage appeal and old-timey blues and jazz acts that gig here. As much art as science, the intricate drink-making process involves measuring exact jiggers from an enormous surplus of first-class intoxicants, including more than 200 different bourbons and scotches, or muddling finely-cut ingredients to create spirits with swagger. And if you’ve indulged in one too many to make it safely downstairs, there’s an elevator that will safely return you to steadier ground. Read more about Casablanca Lounge >>

  • Clancy

    Clancy's Pub

    4432 Miller Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-8797 The American Midwest meets the Irish cliffs at Clancy's Pub. Banners proclaiming loyalty to the Nebraska Cornhuskers, Omaha Nighthawks, and Green Bay Packers share space alongside Guinness clovers and Killian's flags. Night owls recline on green leather stools, watching Bruce Campbell on Burn Notice while sipping draught beers and snacking on burger specials. In keeping with a Midwest sensibility, the vibe here is humble and unassuming, though the right game brings out the cheers and whoops from the blue-collar crowd. Saint Patrick's Day emerald clothing is certainly welcome, but no one is going to differentiate between that and Packers green, and Cornhuskers red is certainly okay, too. Read more about Clancy's Pub >>

  • Closing Soon Saloon

    Closing Soon Saloon

    3056 N. 68th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    Frogs in gumball machines, potted plants on tables, and men with colorful bandannas are some of the eccentric visual elements on display at this decidedly eclectic Scottsdale gin joint. This neighborhood tavern has lasted more than 25 years, serving up spirits and suds from a storefront wedged between a laundromat and taco shop. The walking-distance locals are as diverse as the jukebox playlist, which ranges from Frank Sinatra and ABBA to a-ha and Zeppelin. Drinkers suck down bargain booze while Scotty the barkeep lines the empties on the bar, keeps watch over the quarter game (drop a coin into a jug of water -- if it lands in the shot glass at the bottom, your next drink is discounted) and doles out raffle tickets for the "Cash for Customers" game, in which the winning number means more green and another night of strange times at the Closing Soon Saloon. Read more about Closing Soon Saloon >>

  • Coach House

    Coach House

    7011 E. Indian School Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-3433 Arguably Scottsdale's favorite spot for slumming, the Coach House is a rustic-looking wooden-walled watering hole with a divey vibe and storied past. Built in 1959, this homespun joint is certifiably old-school Scottsdale and has been serving up booze and beer to generations of drinkers. It's packed to the low-slung rafters most nights (even more so on the weekends) with crowds three-deep angling to get their drink on either inside at the tiny main bar or outside on the patio. Read more about Coach House >>

  • Diego Pops

    4338 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Dierks Bentley

    Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row

    4420 N. Saddlebag Trail Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-4200 Dierks Bentley’s namesake bar, restaurant, and honky-tonk in Scottsdale is as homespun as one of the country star’s slew of chart-topping hits and just as raucous. It overflows with rustic charm -- a largish American flag mural and a vintage Farmall tractor decorate the entrance while reclaimed barn wood is everywhere -- and loud weekend hootenannies that compete with neighboring Saddlebag Trail nightspots for sheer rowdiness and volume. Ten elevated booths ring the 5,200-square-foot joint, each featuring tabletop taps that dispense beers (Newcastle, Blue Moon, Coors Light) and booze (Grey Goose, Yukon Jack) and offering excellent views of country and western bands performing on the stage suspended above the bar. The vittles, crafted by executive chef Samantha Roberts, also have a down-home flair, including the mac and cheese burgers, fried pickles, and a s'mores brûlée. Be sure to hit the dance floor after grubbing, however, to keep yourself from getting too big of a badonkadonk. Read more about Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row >>

  • DJ

    DJ's of Scottsdale

    7320 E. Stetson Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-9693 At DJ's there is a large mural on the wall depicting a delicious collection of vintage liquor bottles, which kinda spells out this Old Town watering hole's simplicity. Unlike most of its Stetson Drive neighbors, drinking is the main activity here. There are no typical nightlife distractions -- crowded dance floors, snazzy VIP areas, or noisy club kids -- just a standard-looking bar, a plethora of alcoholic concoctions, a couple of video game units, such as Big Buck Hunter, and plenty of patrons looking to quench their thirst. This place is cool without trying to be cool. Read more about DJ's of Scottsdale >>

  • Dos Gringos Scottsdale

    Dos Gringos Scottsdale

    4209 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-423-3800 Popular with 20-somethings and the college-age crowd, Dos Gringos is a two-story hacienda for the hangover-prone that features multiple bars, colorful graffiti lining the walls, and a south-of-the-border beach-bum vibe. Corona, Pacifico, Dos Equis, and other Mexican beers, which are usually on special. Sit back with a margarita or cold Mexican brew and watch the tourists go by. Read more about Dos Gringos Scottsdale >>

  • El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria

    El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria

    4425 N. Saddlebag Trail Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-6200 Along with an ingenious invention called table taps, self-serve beer taps of Coors Light and Dos Equis at each booth, there are a few decent food offerings to go along with the good times in this Mexican-themed bar and restaurant in Scottsdale’s entertainment district. The Sonoran-style menu, created by former Noca sous chef Steven Smith, features a humble offering of surprisingly wallet-friendly traditional standards with a few twists. Satisfying fare includes the macho nachos and the house made churros, but the best dish is the least Mexican one: the hamburger. Enjoy one paired with a selection of several alcoholic offerings from El Hefe (the name a play on the word jefe, the Spanish word for "boss”), in an atmosphere more metrosexual than macho. Read more about El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria >>

  • FireSky Lounge

    FireSky Lounge

    4925 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    The luxurious lounge-like lobby of the FireSky in Scottsdale makes for one of Old Town's best people-watching spots. Dames are dressed to the nines, relaxing on high-backed ivory couches while other well-heeled ladies in Christian Louboutin shoes slip past, schlepping shopping bags from the nearby Barneys. Meanwhile, the men and women behind the glowing bar show off their mad mixology skills for scenesters, whipping up precision cocktails. The lobby is almost a work of art in and of itself, populated by vintage-looking wingback chairs, animal print rugs, and ghostly illuminated deer heads. The elegant outdoor lounge offers the chance to drink underneath the stars -- or even with them, as celebs have been known to frequent the bar while staying at the resort. Read more about FireSky Lounge >>

  • Geisha A Go Go

    Geisha A Go Go

    7150 E. 6th Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-699-0055 From capsule-like private karaoke rooms, to high-tech Toto toilets, to cartoonishly cute waitresses who look like they hang out in Harajuku, Geisha A Go Go brings trendy Japanese kitsch to Old Town. The menu runs the gamut from dumplings and hot rock dishes to seafood entrees, and while it won't satisfy your craving for traditional Japanese cuisine (this tavern is more about the scene than the cuisine), it will help you soak up a Hello Kitty cocktail or some fruit-infused shochu. Read more about Geisha A Go Go >>

  • Giligin

    Giligin's Bar

    4251 N. Winfield Scott Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-874-2264 There's rarely a dull moment to be had at Giligin's, as this wacked-out island-themed watering hole specializes in serving up goofy good times, as well as gigantic 24-ounce beers, to its rowdy patrons. Be sure to check out the weekly goldfish races, karaoke four nights a week, or hang out with the always-hilarious Chuey the Rock 'n' Roll Midget, who works his own Lilliputian-sized bar in one corner. Plus, the kitchen stays open until 1:30 a.m., serving crab cakes, corn dogs, and other fried treats just in case you get the late-night munchies. Read more about Giligin's Bar >>

  • Italian Grotto

    Italian Grotto

    3915 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4418

  • Kazimierz World Wine Bar

    Kazimierz World Wine Bar

    7137 E. Stetson Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-946-3004 Its unmarked exterior gives the Kaz Bar a speakeasy-like vibe, providing oenophiles with a secretive spot in which to partake in a glass or two of vino. Its interior is more akin to a European wine cellar, however, with wine barrels and Baroque-style fixtures mounted on ancient-looking stone walls. Extensive doesn't even begin to describe the wine list, as more than 3,200 different wines from around the globe (including close to 300 varietals) are available for purchase. Unleash your inner cork dork and enjoy a bit of Dionysian bliss amidst glowing candles and shrouded lights, or witness a stunning display as the sun sets behind elaborate stained glass windows comprising the northern wall. Read more about Kazimierz World Wine Bar >>

  • The King

    6830 E. 5th Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Lawrence Dunham Vineyards Wine Gallery

    6951 E. 1st St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • The Living Room

    The Living Room

    7277 E. Camelback Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-970-2100 One of the trendiest places to see and be seen in the Valley undoubtedly is the W Scottsdale, an opulent destination catering to a well-heeled crowd. Anyone who gains access through the purple velvet ropes guarding the front door of the hotel can attest to the scene inside this palace of posh. Deep inside you'll find the Living Room, the ultimate retro-style den containing an elegantly mismatched mix of mid-century furnishings and glass bookshelves stocked with thick art and travel tomes. Grab an appletini from the 40-foot-long bar, groove to ambient tracks spun by local DJs, or relax in front of the roaring fireplace. Read more about The Living Room >>

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