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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.


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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  • Mi Ranchito Dancing Bar

    Mi Ranchito Dancing Bar

    2401 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85008

    Looking to hoof it Latino-style? Enter the Mi Ranchito Dancing Bar. This Central Phoenix boogie-down lounge boasts a cheery blue exterior with brightly lit red signs welcoming hombres y mujeres jóvenes into a sinfully dark open room, complete with stage, sound system, and sizable dance floor (with pole) surrounded by tables and chairs, aluminum sheeting on the walls, and wagon wheels and beer signs on décor duty. Bailarines can move their feet to nightly DJ action, live bands on Fridays and Saturdays, and a jukebox full of popular Mexican music, while cantantes can belt it out during karaoke on Thursday and Sunday evenings. For those not into the shimmy or the shake, there's also a few TVs and pool tables for entertainment. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Mix Up Bar

    The Mix Up Bar

    5200 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85018

  • Nu-Towne Saloon

    Nu-Towne Saloon

    5002 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ 85008
    602-267-9959 . Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Ox Sports Bar

    The Ox Sports Bar

    3209 E. Pinchot Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-955-0943 Tucked behind a Circle K just off 32nd Street north of Thomas Road, this ramshackle neighborhood tavern might be a little hard to locate, but is totally worth hunting for since the Ox kinda rocks. The blue collar crowd picks this joint as the meeting place to play darts, as evidenced by its six different boards and dozens of plaques lining the walls. There's also plenty of cheap booze and the usual sports bar amenities like four pool tables and a few hi-def big screens. American Idols can also get their sing on during the nightly karaoke events. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Postino Wine Cafe

    Postino Wine Cafe

    3939 E. Campbell Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-852-3939 For a leisurely lunch or a light dinner in a vibrant, high-style atmosphere, Postino always feels right. Granted, we're not alone in that sentiment, considering how hard it is to find a parking spot in these parts. But once we get a table, all is well, especially when the garage-style door of this historic post office building is open. (That means the weather's good.) We can always count on delicious sandwiches, salads, and sharable, wine-friendly appetizers. The bruschetta - served on a cute wooden cutting board, with toppings like salami with pesto or brie with apples - is so good you'll want to make a meal out of it. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Pulaski Club

    Pulaski Club

    4331 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85008

  • Rips Ales & Cocktails

    Rips Ales & Cocktails

    3045 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-266-0015 This distinctive-looking CenPho destination for both drinkers and rockers is pretty steeped in history. Its unique Googie-like angular architecture illustrates its mid-century origins as a neighborhood watering hole dating back to the 1950s, which hosted performances by such legendary performers as Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson a few decades ago. These days, however, Rips is home to more of a punk and rockabilly types, who venture into its throwback milieu to witness gigs by local and touring bands from those genres, as well as flocks of trendy twentysomethings who turnout for hip monthly dance events like Shadowplay and Obscura, or just to sample some of the brews and booze that’s served with nary any affectation and soak up the retro vibe. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Shady


    2701 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85016

    An unpretentious bar and lounge with an English flair, Shady's is a place to chillax while sampling a few pints of Bass or Guinness, shoot some billiards, watch cult movies on the TVs, or converse with your fellow urbanites. It's got a living room-type feel with a fireplace stocked with candles and some of the most comfortable black leather chairs we've ever sat on. Owned by Brad Henrich (the cat behind Scottsdale's TT Roadhouse), it also has one of the most fly jukeboxes in the Valley, stocked with a cool cross-section of CDs ranging from Al Green and Richard Cheese to The Smiths, and others. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Stingray Sushi

    Stingray Sushi

    2502 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-2008 The sushi here is excellent, but you'll also want to try the crisp, spicy-sweet Cucumber Salad. California rolls are a must, as are these other sushi sensations: Salmon rolls; Mackerel or Yellowtail rolls; Stripped Bass sushi; Hand rolls; and Motorola Rolls-you won't find these in even the most exclusive sushi spots! Also great: tasty, pork-stuffed dumplings-perfect with a side of Tempura Vegetables. Head for Stingray! Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Swizzle Inn

    Swizzle Inn

    5835 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016

    We’re at least 300-odd miles from the shore in Phoenix, so the concept of some kitschy dockside bar native to port cities is a foreign notion to us landlubbers. Except when we drop anchor for an evening with the scurvy dogs at Swizzle Inn, that is. This notorious north central Phoenix landmark of a maritime bent is the kinda place where vintage diving helmets, surfboards, and depth gauges are objets d'art, and a large photograph of a great white hangs above the pool table. Its inky eyes seemingly follow us when we wade through a crowd three deep to sample the sea of spirits available behind the bar. Conversation tends to resemble a roar as patrons often shout to be heard over the blaring jukebox, especially when it’s playing a crowd favorite like Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.” You can even hear it from your car while parking, which indicates that another memorable night at the Swizzle is on your horizon. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Teakwoods Tavern & Grill

    Teakwoods Tavern & Grill

    2808 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85016

  • Terra Java Coffee House & Bake Shop

    Terra Java Coffee House & Bake Shop

    3619 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-840-5282 Long considered to be one of the coolest art/coffee houses in Phoenix, Terra Java Coffee House & Bake Shop's offers comfy couches and other relaxing seating, Wi-Fi access, and plentiful, spacious tables that make it a great place for students to study. Its baristas also whip out any number of caffeinated concoctions - ranging from high-octane cappuccinos to teas from around the world - and monthly gallery exhibitions from local creative types are featured on the walls. Although it no longer features any live music (owing to its daily 6 p.m. closing time), the weekly spoken word and poetry session goes down on Saturday afternoons. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Vig

    The Vig

    4041 N. 40th St. Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-553-7227 The Vig lies on the outskirts of the busy Arcadia neighborhood. A haute hotspot popular with the stylish and chic, its pub sensibilities shine through as a better-than-average neighborhood spot. Quality selections of tap beer and bottled wine are a starting point here. Once drinks have been chosen, it's time to order something from the varied food menu, which leans toward "gastro-pub" territory without being too wild. There's also a nice variety of vegetarian- and vegan-friendly options. The Vig is famous for its spacious patio, serviced by its own outside bar for those who seek open-air relaxation or a smoke. The patio will sometimes feature live music in the form of local acts or DJs. If you're into the classic Italian game of bocce ball, you'll also find a court off to the side of the patio. All that makes The Vig the sort of neighborhood bar that's worth driving to, even if you live far from Arcadia. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Wanderin


    4140 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85008

    When you, ahem, wander in to this East Phoenix hole-in-the-wall, it's immediately obvious you're in for some real dive bar debauchery. Happy hour runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wanderin, and drink prices are scribbled on liquor bottles with a Sharpie. Oh, and a phone number labeled "police" is taped to the mirror. The Wanderin opens at 6 a.m. to an old-school, hard-drinkin' neighborhood crowd who's anything but bashful when it comes to socializing. The back room is never used, and the no-frills interior has seen better days. Along with the booze, the joint boasts an array of cheap, microwaved munchies, cigarettes, and cups of coffee for 50 cents each. Plus, they'll sell you Rolaids for a buck. When you're not busy petting the Chihuahua relaxing on the stool next to you or doing shots whenever the regulars shout "Get 'er done!," feel free to talk with one of the down-to-earth barkeeps or play "Solitary Man" by Neil Diamond on the jukebox and watch the place break into song. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Zipps Sports Bar & Grill

    Zipps Sports Bar & Grill

    3647 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-957-2112 Zipps' Arcadia location boasts a large selection of bites and brews and a sizable outdoor patio tricked out with misters, gas heaters, a fire pit, and, of course, plenty of TVs. Situated in the same Gaslight Square strip mall that hosts the Dilly Dally and Darwin's, this particular Zipps is a favorite for neighborhood bar-hoppers. It's a big place, and the cavernous setting -- including a bow-strung high ceiling and original brickwork -- sets the scene for dudes and dames to hang out and hook up, their voices raised above pounding pop music, shuffleboard matches, and the standard game-day hullabaloo. Though the focaccias are a fan favorite, friendly servers are happy to talk you through numerous food and drink specials, including cheap pizza slices and thrifty "Zipparitas" during happy hour. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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