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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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  • Arizona Event Center

    Arizona Event Center

    1300 S. Country Club Dr Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-779-7716 Arizona Event Center has been known to host everything from music festivals to rowdy raves. The 30,000-square-foot former nightclub and big-box store has three stages, a full bar for 21-and-over types, and even a mechanical bull (a holdover from a brief stint as a country bar). Its tiny smoking area often gets a little too crowded but allows rave kids the pretense to get closer to partygoers of the opposite sex and offer to clean off some of the excess paint, fake blood, or foam. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Cactus Moon

    Cactus Moon

    1017 N. Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Cactus Moon Sports Grill

    Cactus Moon Sports Grill

    1017 N. Dobson Road Mesa, AZ 85201

    There's no shortage of places to catch a game in the East Valley, but forget about finding a seat if you don't stake out a spot well before kickoff. That's when we head to Cactus Moon. Because whether we show up in the first half or the bottom of the ninth, there's always room for us and our beer. We'll admit we were skeptical of a sports bar in the Mesa Riverview shopping complex, but there's nothing corporate about this family-run operation. Even after the final whistle blows, we stick around for when they clear the floor for late-night fun. Our favorite is Thursday's country-Western theme. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Denim & Diamonds

    7336 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85207

  • Desert Eagle Brewing Company

    Desert Eagle Brewing Company

    150 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-656-2662 While the name has been either La Pasadita or Taquifiesta on any given visit, this west side hot doggery is always delicious. The fresh roasted chiles and strong bacon flavor on their Sonoran hot dog along with tons of salsa options on the tables makes it one of our favorite places for a Sonoran dogs in town -- we don't care what they call it, just so long as those dogs keep being tasty. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Diamond

    Diamond's Sports Grille

    161 N. Centennial Way Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-844-3888 We know what you're thinking: How could we not name Sluggo's the best Mesa sports bar? Well, we are (sorta) because the legendary Sluggo's is now Diamond's Sports Grille. The bar was opened by former Cubs broadcaster Harry Caray and his partner in the booth, Steve Stone, and it's gone through a few names en route to its current one. The ties to the Cubs, who are immortalized in murals on the walls of this bar near the Cubs' spring training site north of downtown Mesa, are still strong, though. We hope they get a less generic name paying tribute to the spot's history — "Holy Cow's," maybe, or "Something Funny Will Farrell Said in That SNL Sketch" — but even if it that never happens, Diamond's is still the best sports bar in Mesa. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Dos Gringos Mexigrill

    Dos Gringos Mexigrill

    1958 S. Greenfield Rd. Mesa, AZ 85206

  • Fat Willy

    Fat Willy's

    1762 S. Greenfield Road Mesa, AZ 85206-3491

  • Gabby's

    635 N. Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Gabby's

    635 N. Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Garfield

    Garfield's Sports Bar

    10123 E. Apache Trail Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Goat Head Saloon

    Goat Head Saloon

    1423 S. Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-464-8030 Jonesing for some live music in the East Valley? Pilot your ride on over to the Goat Head Saloon. Tucked into the corner of a Mesa strip mall, this expansive bar and venue is where fans of both rock and hip-hop head to partake in weekend shows by a slew of talented local bands and acts. One evening, its gifted lyricists bringing their best on the microphone while backed by phat beats. The following night, however, the Goat Head becomes the domain of a crew of classic rockers serving up thunderous covers or crowd-pleasing hits. An array of Americana, folk, and rock musicians also take to the colorfully-lit stage area at this charming wood-paneled bar during various weekday open mic events and jam sessions. Several pool tables are also on the premises should you feel like proving your billiards superiority. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Grille At Las Sendas Golf Club

    Grille At Las Sendas Golf Club

    7555 E. Eagle Crest Drive Mesa, AZ 85207-1053
    480-654-2232 A shockingly long list of appetizers and homemade salads, sandwiches and main courses give this sports bar its “best of the valley” reputation. Return customers belly up to the bar with a Bull Dog Margarita, the Grille’s signature drink, and the big game on one of a dozen hi-def TVs, and the after-work crowd comes early for the daily happy hour specials that pair appetizers with specialty drinks. Located on the links of the Las Sendas Golf Club—one of the valley’s most demanding, desert-styled 18-hole courses—this cozy bar and restaurant offers patrons spectacular vies of the Phoenix skyline and a chance to unwind after a long day on the links. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Groggy


    2207 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201

    There's no clearer illustration of how this Mesa mainstay toes the line between family-friendly establishment and dive bar than its claw machine, which is filled with stuffed animals and, ahem, adult novelties. Beyond this incongruous mix of innocence and outrageousness, Groggy's offers numerous pool tables and a relaxed environment, no matter how intense the billiards action becomes. All three flags of North America (Canada, the United States, and Mexico) hang on the wall of the bar, seemingly underscoring the unity shared by its patrons in their common pursuit of a good time. Both neighborhood folk and students from the nearby Mesa Community College visit in search of $2.50 happy hour specials on Budweiser beers, or perhaps for a few games of nine ball. Groggy's also features a vintage outdoor sign (depicting a wild-eyed frog gripping a pool cue and frosty mug), which proudly proclaims the establishment's M.O. of "good food, good fun, good spirits." Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hambone Sports Bar and Grill

    Hambone Sports Bar and Grill

    903 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85203

    A dive bar institution for generations (take note of the vintage neon sign) Hambone is a place for booze pigs from all walks of life to gather for cocktails and conversation. It's visited by day drinkers eager to get an early start courtesy of the bar's 6 a.m. happy hour, as well as the working class crowd looking to unwind after a hard day's labor. The stained cement floor contains a record of decades of spilled drinks and the graffiti in the bathrooms is always entertaining to read. Folks here spend as much time smoking by the front door as they do drinking and playing pool on any of the six available tables. The soundtrack coming from the Internet jukebox is almost always of the classic rock and country variety, so you might get a few raised eyebrows from patrons if you wanna hear Lady Gaga or Kanye. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • The Harp Pub & Restaurant

    The Harp Pub & Restaurant

    1744 S. Val Vista Drive Mesa, AZ 85204
    480-507-7827 We stopped in for a Newcastle Ale and ended up staying for dinner-and what a dinner! Moules Mariniere: mussels with onions, steamed in white wine and herb liquor. We'll never recover, it was so tasty. We went back for a more traditional British dinner that started with Scotch Eggs (hardboiled and wrapped in sausage, then deep fried) followed by a sirloin-stuffed Cottage Pie with onions and carrots and topped with cheddar-mashed potatoes and a helping of fresh veggies. Next time we plan to try the traditional Yorkshire Pudding, which we hear is the best in town. Meantime, cheerio, old bean-we're counting the days until we can return to this bit of Britain. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hooters


    6730 E. Superstition Springs Blvd. Mesa, AZ 85206
    480-396-9396 Home of the double entendre, the Hooters chain has become an American icon over the course of its short life. Founded in Florida during the glorious 1980s, the company with a hooting owl for a logo boasts its own magazine, a hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, and famous alumni like Hugh Hefner's former girlfriend Holly Madison. The Hooters girls at each of the 450 locations are the heart and soul (or is it the "T and A"?) of the company; from the American Midwest to the Czech Republic to Tokyo, every girl sports the same bright orange short-shorts, flesh-colored pantyhose and white sneakers. Perhaps it could be the food that keeps loyal Phoenix customers coming back. The menu focuses on chicken wings, with sauces ranging from mild to atomic, but there are also seasoned curly fries, shrimp, oysters, crab legs, burgers, and sandwiches, along with plenty of televisions tuned to whatever's going on in the sports world. Check out your local Hooters on Voice Places. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Hub Grill & Bar

    1925 S. Sossaman Road Mesa, AZ 85209

  • JJ Madison

    JJ Madison's

    430 N. Power Road Mesa, AZ 85202

  • Jupe's

    2655 W. Guadalupe Road Mesa, AZ 85202-7259

  • Kay's Place

    315 S. Alma School Road Mesa, AZ 85210-1012

  • Kirk

    Kirk's Sports Grill

    260 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-833-4240 It would be wise to avoid making even the slightest reference to either Steve Bartman or the fabled “Curse of the Billy Goat” while quaffing a cold one at this Mesa sports dive. Long-suffering Chicago Cubs fanatics congregate here regularly, particularly in huge numbers when the team’s spring training games take place every year at the nearby HoHoKam Stadium. When they aren’t commiserating over bad batting averages, Kirk’s patronage crowd the lengthy bar, converse at any of the numerous tables, or play a little pool on either of its billiards tables. Those who don’t bleed Cubbie blue are also welcome, particularly during the weekday happy hour (where domestic drafts are $3, while well drinks and house wines go for $3.50) or the twice-weekly karaoke nights. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Mad Dog Saloon

    1860 South Stapley Mesa, AZ 85209

  • The Monastery

    The Monastery

    4810 E. McKellips Road Mesa, AZ 85207
    480-474-4477 Cloistered amidst endless orange groves on the eastern end of Mesa, The Monastery isn't so much a bar as it's a ranch-style compound containing amusements aplenty. Perfect for those who can't stand the idea of being parked on a bar stool within a darkened room, this sprawling establishment offers drinking and diversions both inside and outside. Sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and ping-pong tables dominate its sprawling "backyard," while the interior includes pool tables, dart machines, and arcade games. Charcoal grills are also on the premises, allowing patrons to purchase a hunk of meat (or a veggie burger) and cook it for themselves. Live music takes place on Fridays and Saturdays when the weather permits and there's karaoke on Tuesday nights. And don't forget to ask the bartenders about a free cab ride home if your designated driver has had one too many. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Nile Theater

    Nile Theater

    105 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-559-5859 After spending several years as a fundamentalist church and bookstore, the historic Nile Theater has made a triumphant return as one of the Valley's premier concert halls. With both its rough-and-tumble (which contributed to the Nile's being shut down in 2002) and God-fearing days firmly in the past, this all-ages establishment in downtown Mesa has quickly re-established itself as a go-to spot to catch up-and-coming national acts and established local bands. Since reopening in 2010, the joint has already played host to such acts as BrokeNCYDE, Against Me! and The Aquabats, as well as local power pop favorites The Maine and The Summer Set. The interior of the Nile, which opened in 1924, is rustic without feeling antiquated, while the sound and acoustics are excellent, and the floor is even carpeted (which is an unusually classy touch for a concert venue). With its back-alley entrance, patrons may feel as if they're visiting a speakeasy, but, alas, once inside, the hardest drink available is a Mountain Dew. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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