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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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  • Loco Patron

    Loco Patron

    4228 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-874-0033 If you're the sort who loves to see and be seen (or wishes Cinco de Mayo went down every day of the year), you'll probably go loco over Loco Patron. This raucous Mexican-themed restaurant and bar has a primo location, situated smack-dab in the middle of Old Town Scottsdale, and is the perfect place to show off your cutest outfit or hang out with the masses. Given its south of the border focus, the place naturally has an extensive margarita list -- with flavors ranging from pomegranate to cactus pear -- as well as a substantial selection of Mexican beers. And while the patio is typically packed with young professionals and college kids enjoying $5 margaritas and $3 beers during happy hour, the party really gets going on weekends when local DJs spin hip-hop and Top 40 tracks. ¿Dónde está la fiesta? It's at Loco Patron, wey. Read more about Loco Patron >>

  • Mabel

    Mabel's On Main

    7018 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4314
    480-889-5580 The lounge at Aaron May’s gastropub oozes old-school Old Town charm and recalls an era when dry martinis and porkpie hats were king. Prada-wearing hotties, white-collared lotharios, and hepcats aplenty converge within he upscale digs that is filled with wingback chairs, tuck-and-roll leatherette booths, and throwback décor. The well-heeled crowd sips such retro-sounding cocktails as The Scofflaw or The Widow's Kiss, both of which are perfect for sharing with whatever femme fatale happens to cross your path. Read more about Mabel's On Main >>

  • Majerle

    Majerle's Sports Grill

    4425 N. Saddlebag Trail Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-889-9949 Majerle's Sports Grill Old Town is the fourth location of the popular collection of upscale sports bars owned by "Thunder" Dan Majerle, current assistant coach of the Phoenix Suns. Known Valley-wide as a prime game-watching pub, the bar keeps intact the Majerle's reputation: clean, friendly, and professional. The vibe is decidedly Suns-centric, with a glowing purple-and-chrome color scheme, but the Old Town location makes plenty of moves befitting its locale, teaming up with neighbors like El Hefe for special block parties packed with dancing, music, and all the glitz of Scottsdale. The bar is loaded with premium liquor and a gracious buffet of draught beers. Jerseys flank the walls, next to a dizzying collection of flat-screens broadcasting basketball, golf, football, hockey or whatever match is worth catching. Read more about Majerle's Sports Grill >>

  • Max Sports Grille

    Max Sports Grille

    7134 E. Thomas Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-994-4488 A sports fan's paradise in the first degree, this Scottsdale favorite is the preferred destination for fans of the University of Nebraska. Covers of Sports Illustrated and other magazines featuring Cornhusker heroes hang over the oak and marble bar, with team ephemera dotting the walls. On game days, a majority of the 40 different HDTVs featured at Max Sports Grille are tuned into the U of N action while fans dressed in crimson and gray snack on finger foods and sammies. Those wishing to engage in some competition instead of merely watching it can try their hand at billiards, darts, shuffleboard, or even ping-pong while waiting for their snacks or for their buddies to buy another round. Read more about Max Sports Grille >>

  • Maya Day and Nightclub

    Maya Day and Nightclub

    7333 E. Indian Plaza Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-625-0528 Either by design or happenstance, the cluster of bars and clubs making up Scottsdale’s most popular portion of its downtown entertainment district on Saddlebag Trail is centered around Maya. It makes sense, considering that come the weekend, most clubgoers are likely heading to the combination dayclub and nightclub. Aimed squarely at the young-and-beautiful crowd, it’s been a spring and summer destination for sunshine-soaked swim parties within its 17,600 square foot pool area, which features fancy cabanas and daybeds, the Valley’s biggest LED video wall, a taco stand, three bars, and a stage for EDM artists both local and national. The indoor nightclub, however, packs ‘em in year-round for bottle-popping fun and dancing centered around a vortex-like dance floor awash in trippy colors and tipsy revelers. Read more about Maya Day and Nightclub >>

  • Old Town Tavern

    Old Town Tavern

    7320 E. Scottsdale Mall Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-2882 Coming across Old Town Tavern is like discovering a hidden clubhouse. Ensconced among a shopping complex, eateries, and apartments, an fireplace warms patrons hanging out amid the wood and brick expanse of the Tavern, and the sound of an acoustic duo playing songs by The Who greets the ears. Climb the stairs to the crow's nest and you'll get a lush view of the plaza's fountains and grass knoll, while inside you can check out the historical black-and-white photos of Scottsdale that line the walls. Shelves stocked with boutique beer bottles, whiskey, and assorted liquors stretch to the roof, and the bartender's cheery smile accompanies strong pours. A sign reading "Tact is for people who aren't witty enough to act sarcastic," hangs in the corner, but the sentiment conveyed by the homey atmosphere feels entirely genuine. Read more about Old Town Tavern >>

  • Old Town Tortilla Factory

    Old Town Tortilla Factory

    6910 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-4567 Gorgeous, Southwestern-themed hacienda-like restaurant featuring a tequileria with more than 100 types of distilled agave juice, and a vast, elegant patio with a captivating, flame-spitting waterfall. The food ain't too shabby, either. The gourmet, house-made tortillas are some of the best in the Valley, and there are various, mouth-watering items on the bill of fare, such as the red chile pork chop, the pollo margarita, and the Shawnee sea bass. The kind of place you take someone you want to impress with the holy trifecta of great ambiance, fantastic food and superior service. Read more about Old Town Tortilla Factory >>

  • Pattie

    Pattie's First Avenue Lounge

    7220 E. First Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    Pattie's features three separate bars, a few pool tables, ping-pong, and a heated outdoor patio. The décor is as relaxed as the vibe, as countless dollars bills have been stapled to the wall, sharing space with photos of regulars, and various sports memorabilia. Read more about Pattie's First Avenue Lounge >>

  • Pranksters Too

    Pranksters Too

    7919 E. Thomas Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-1114 Offering two bars in one, this popular Scottsdale spot is a haven for both jock types and music fans. The main bar boasts more TVs than a Best Buy, each broadcasting the latest athletic events and highlights, and always seems to be populated by college kids, sports nuts, and weekend warriors. Meanwhile, the Jester Room offers live music action almost every night of the week, where local rock, blues, and acoustic musicians such as Hans Olson and Ronnie Glover strum their guitars for those in attendance. More than a dozen beers are on tap if you get thirsty during the show. Read more about Pranksters Too >>

  • Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant

    Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant

    3815 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-990-9256 Ra's Old Town location is as much about the scene as it is the sashimi. The trendy eatery has a bright crimson color scheme (including red walls and glowing light fixtures), as well as a posh party atmosphere. The patronage skews young, as it's often filled with the date night crowd and twentysomethings downing cans of Kirin and signature rolls like the Viva Las Vegas or the Tootsy Maki. Visit during the weekday happy hour for food and drink specials like half-price sushi and appetizers, as well as $5 martinis and margaritas. Be sure to try the sake sangria, a mix of Western and Eastern flavors that's perfect for those who might be intimidated by the strong taste of Japanese rice wine. Read more about Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant >>

  • RnR


    3737 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-945-3353 RnR is the latest joint from Valley nightlife impresarios Les and Diane Corieri, the couple behind clubs like Axis/Radius and Suede. The Corieri's newest spot is unlike any of the other establishments in their empire, serving as a laidback restaurant and drinkery with a relaxed atmosphere. It boasts funky décor that's imbued with mid-century modern stylishness, as well as three separate bars, and a wine cellar stocked more than 1,800 kinds of vino. The vibe changes to more of a mix-and-mingle scene after the dinner rush, although small plates from its American comfort menu are available until 2 a.m. Most patrons tend to prefer people-watching to eating, however. Nightly entertainment from DJs and acoustic musicians also helps enhance the scenester aura. Stop by early to avoid the crowds and enjoy happy hour bargains like half-priced wine and domestic drafts. If you want to save even more cash, check out RnR's Facebook page, which features daily code words for special deals. Read more about RnR >>

  • Roadrunner Lounge

    Roadrunner Lounge

    3219 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    While the Roadrunner Lounge's windowless exterior is a bit spartan, its interior is stocked with all the trademarks of a memorable dive bar. Dim lighting pierced by twinkling Christmas lights sets the mood. An old jukebox stocked with sad bastard country songs and an old Pac-Man arcade game provide the entertainment. Booze is cheap: $1 PBRs, $2 Natural Lights, and $3 well drinks. The mixed drinks are poured high and strong and free pool is available during the daytime. Read more about Roadrunner Lounge >>

  • Rockbar Inc.

    Rockbar Inc.

    4245 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-331-9190 It's safe to say that the Scottsdale landscape has more than a few clubs devoted to dance music and electronica. Which is why a nightspot that specializing exclusively in rock & roll like this recent Old Town arrival tends to stand out among the rest. According to its owners, the two-level Craftsman Court spot will offer "all rock, all the time" in the form of live bands performing on its stage and DJs spinning up nu-metal or punk remixes. And there's plenty of space to rock out, whether its at either of the two bars both downstairs or upstairs, or in one of many cushy VIP booths that feature great views of the stage. Read more about Rockbar Inc. >>

  • ROK Social House

    7419 E Indian Plz Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Rusty Spur Saloon

    Rusty Spur Saloon

    7245 E. Main St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-425-7787 A genuine historic landmark in Old Town Scottsdale, this rustic watering hole slaked cowboys' thirsts long before Southwestern art galleries with crying Indians surrounded it. Now, it's a fine place for hearing country and western tunes with live entertainment every day and every night. Read more about Rusty Spur Saloon >>

  • Shade Lounge

    Shade Lounge

    7277 E. Camelback Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    602-405-0099 This indoor/outdoor lounge next to the W Scottsdale's second-floor pool is decked out with lavish brown and white couches, scattered amidst Mediterranean-inspired décor and a fully stocked bar armed with a classy staff tending to whatever alcohol need may arise. A funky blue-tinged waterfall is located behind Shade's bar and ripples with trickling water that is usually drowned out by the hum of conversation from the stylish crowd that congregates here. Nearby is the hotel's Sunset Beach, consisting of a swatch of white sand populated by breezy cabanas and daybeds, as well as color-changing lights and blazing fire pits encased in onyx marble. A number of upscale parties and affairs have taken place here, featuring such hepcat DJs as Soulman and Paul Oakenfold. Read more about Shade Lounge >>

  • Sip Coffee & Beer House

    Sip Coffee & Beer House

    3617 North Goldwater Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    602-625-3878 Any hard worker can tell you that while sometimes all it takes is a good dose of caffeine to fuel your creative endeavors, other times you need something a little bit stronger. Fortunately, at Sip Coffee and Beer House, beverage drinkers can get the best of both worlds. Situated on the tail-end of Old Town Scottsdale, in the developing space of the Creative Center of Scottsdale, this colorful and cozy coffeehouse serves up craft brews and handcrafted cappuccinos as well as a small menu of breakfast and lunch items. Time to call your local Starbucks and tell them you’re breaking up. Read more about Sip Coffee & Beer House >>

  • Stand-up, Scottsdale! Comedy Club

    Stand-up, Scottsdale! Comedy Club

    6820 E 5th Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85251

  • Thirsty Camel at The Phoenician

    Thirsty Camel at The Phoenician

    6000 E. Camelback Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-941-8200 It's hard to tell where the The Phoenician's lobby ends and the Thirsty Camel Lounge begins, mostly because the view from both is so stunning. From the lounge's terrace, visitors can see Scottsdale Waterfront, the Papago Hills, South Mountain, and even the San Tan Mountains, not to mention the thousands of palm trees that dot the landscapes in between. On the patio, you can recline near the roaring fires, while inside the bar, you can catch the sounds of live jazz and eye the booze stored in the gigantic liquor cabinet. Arrive around dusk to catch one of Phoenix's trademarked sunsets and watch as the mountains give way to city lights. Read more about Thirsty Camel at The Phoenician >>

  • TT Roadhouse Pub

    TT Roadhouse Pub

    2915 N. 68th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-947-8723 Think all Scottsdale bars are full of throbbing electronic music and frolic fashionistas? Think again. Populated by punks, indie rockers, and bikers alike, TT Roadhouse is where you can enjoy a pint of Stella or Smithwick's, a game of pool, and one of the most killer jukeboxes around (featuring CDs from The Misfits, The Clash, Elvis Costello, and The Specials). Dollar drink specials are available most nights, local bands are known to stage the occasional gig here, and there's plenty of parking for either your Harley or Huffy. Read more about TT Roadhouse Pub >>

  • Wasted Grain

    Wasted Grain

    7295 E. Stetson Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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