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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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  • 43rd Avenue Tavern

    43rd Avenue Tavern

    8945 N. 43rd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85051

    With the massive amount of dive bars and strip-mall watering holes in the West Valley, you're playing a game of chance when you walk into an unfamiliar one. So why not stop by one that has an actual wheel of fortune mounted on the wall? The 43rd Avenue Tavern's owner and his wife concoct new $2 shots every few weeks, put their names on the wheel, and let patrons spin it to see what they'll get. You could end up with one of the bar's tasty creations or you could wind up paying double for a shot, but, hey, that's how fortune works, right? Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Amber Inn Cocktail Lounge

    Amber Inn Cocktail Lounge

    4236 W. Dunlap Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85051

    This is what a friendly North Phoenix neighborhood bar looks like when it's run by folks who wear a love for both the Pittsburgh Steelers and Marilyn Monroe on their sleeves simultaneously. If you're in the mood to get hammered on the cheap, 75-cent Jägermeister shots can be had every day (with the purchase of any beer), and there's a crane game near the front with adult novelty prizes for those who are feeling, uh…amorous. Pool, darts, arcade games, and karaoke on the weekends are also available if your tastes are a little less racy. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Amf Deer Valley Lanes

    2902 W. Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85053-5835

  • Big Daddy

    Big Daddy's Sports Lounge

    10618 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-861-1034 Sports bars tend to be loud and bright. Not so with Big Daddy's Sports Lounge. "Lounge" is the operative word at this low-key North Valley joint that typically caters to a more mature crowd. Not only can you passively watch the game, you can also get a little action in, plunking a few bucks down at the off-track betting table or joining in one of Big Daddy's weekend poker tournaments. Pool, darts, and trivia are also available, so there's no excuse to get bored. Oh, and you can show off your singing skills on Saturdays with Karaoke. It's pretty straight-forward, design-wise, but long hours - Big Daddy's is open daily from 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. - and home-style cooking for all three meals make it the sort of place where you can easily while-away a day or two. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Big Daddy

    Big Daddy's Sports Lounge

    721 E. Dunlap Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85020-2917

  • Big Guys Sports Grill

    4601 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032

  • Blooze Bar

    Blooze Bar

    12014 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85028
    602-788-4574 The Blooze Bar is the sort of place where NASCAR fans gather to cheer on their favorite drivers and more mature local bands land gigs. Local acts like Cellphone Cowboys and Lit Up play here on weekends -- except on Sundays, when Junior, Smoke, and the gang make left turns at high speeds on TV. Thursday is a great night to stop by the Blooze Bar, because the place is invaded by hepcats for the bar's well-regarded rockabilly night. Car clubs such as the Invaders usually bring along their vintage dragsters and cherry rides, creating an impromptu road show in the parking lot and temporarily merging the interests of the bar's otherwise disparate clientele. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Blue 32 Sports Grill

    7000 East Mayo Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85054

  • Blue 32 Sports Grill

    7000 East Mayo Boulevard Phoenix, AZ 85054

  • Blue Agave Mexican Cantina

    Blue Agave Mexican Cantina

    7000 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85054

  • Blue Martini Lounge

    Blue Martini Lounge

    5455 E. High St. Phoenix, AZ 85054-5464
    480-638-2583 x.html

  • Brennan

    Brennan's Pub 'n Grub

    3510 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-867-8106 It's possible to instantly feel like a regular at Brennan's, even if you've never visited before. The waitresses call you "honey," the biker clientele is friendly and welcoming, and first timers will occasionally get drink discounts. If you're there with pals, challenge them to a round of pool or some shuffleboard. The twice-weekly trivia nights are just as competitive, with patrons teaming up to answer general knowledge questions on Wednesdays, followed by salacious sex-themed trivia on Saturdays. Both events are breeding grounds for friendly rivalries and offer opportunities to make some new acquaintances. The bar also features dartboards and arcade games, as well as karaoke on Sunday and Monday nights. Tuesdays feature inexpensive Mexican fare, including half-priced appetizers and $2 margaritas. You'll probably wind up sharing some with your new friends at the table next to you. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Brigett

    Brigett's Last Laugh

    17222 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-788-0507 Even if it looks like a biker bar, with all those shiny-chrome hogs out front, Brigett's real charm is as one of Phoenix's unsung karaoke capitals. The bar hosts sing-a-long fun seven nights a week, and the songs you'll hear performed are as diverse as the people singing them. There might be a dude with long hair and a flannel shirt singing rock 'n' roll, followed by a middle-aged fellow belting out some chart-topper, followed by a biker babe doing her own kooky thing. Everybody's friendly here, and if you can't be talked into a duet, maybe a game of pool or darts will suffice. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Bull Shooters

    Bull Shooters

    3337 W. Peoria Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85029

  • BullShooters


    3337 W. Peoria Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85029
    602-441-2447 Fancy yourself a pool shark? Seen The Color of Money one too many times? This North Phoenix pool palace has a bevy of billiards tables (38 of 'em, to be exact) on which you can put your skills to the test. Pool prodigies sporting jeans and black concert tee shirts bring their custom cues to shoot both some stick and the breeze. Over in the adjacent game room and smoking lounge, however, there's Texas Hold'em, shuffleboard, a hockey game, and other distractions. The bar features 11 brews on tap, 36 different imports and domestics in bottle form, and enough daily specials (such as $2 PBRs) to afford you enough liquid courage to try your hand at the weekend karaoke. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Candy Store Show Lounge

    Candy Store Show Lounge

    18613 N. Cave Creek Road Phoenix, AZ 85024-3001

  • Cannabis Spot Vapor Lounge

    4230 W. Dunlap Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85051

  • Casey Jones Bar & Grill

    Casey Jones Bar & Grill

    2848 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-493-9930 Do the words "Lambeau Field" get your blood pumping? Do you still own a vintage Brett Favre jersey from his days with Green Bay that you just can't bring yourself to toss out? Casey Jones is the place to be whenever the Packers take to the gridiron. A Cheesehead haven since it opened back in 1993, this NoPho neighborhood bar boasts Green and Gold memorabilia aplenty and provides a place to worship at the altar of Vince Lombardi. Fans of other football franchises can also catch their teams thanks to Casey's subscriptions to NFL Sunday Ticket and all the premium satellite packages. Even when there aren't any games on, there are plenty of reasons to visit. The twice-daily happy hour (running from 11 a.m to 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. to close) has 35-cent wings, $1.75 domestic pints, and $2.75 specialty cocktails. On Friday nights, you also can unleash your inner rock star during the weekly karaoke session. Just save some energy for Sunday morning. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Catch 22 Sports Grill

    Catch 22 Sports Grill

    18725 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85050
    602-482-9222 Phoenix's Catch 22 does a little bit of everything. The best category for this place is "sports bar" - they have 28 flatscreen TVs tuned to the big games and a nice selection of tap beers - but the proprietors go the extra mile in a few different directions. Patrons can shoot a little stick or relax on one of the leather couches, which gives the bar a bachelor-pad feel. If you're more interested in music, there's an open mic night on Thursdays and a rotating cast of bands on the weekends. Oh, yes, and they're doing the party-hosting thing, too, with the recent addition of a banquet room and a full menu. The crowd varies by the time and day, but depending on when you stop in you'll find everything from face-painted sports nuts to button-down office workers unwinding after a long day of work. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Centerfold

    Centerfold's Cabaret

    2031 W. Peoria Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85029
    602-678-4664 Standing out from its more milquetoast neighbors at an otherwise unremarkable North Phoenix shopping center, the red neon sign of Centerfold’s Cabaret beckons the curious through its wrought iron doors with suggestive temptations of scandalous thrills and near-naked delights. Both topless and fully nude entertainment unfolds inside this double-sided club. Hang a left to watch fulsome females take off everything but their g-strings while noshing on American and Italian cuisine options -- including big bowls of pasta, fire-grilled pizzas, or Philly cheesesteaks -- and sample the high-end spirits at its profunds backlit bar glowing in white. Over in the more spartan portion of Centerfold’s, ladies go the “Full Monty” whilst illuminated by a flurry of LED lights. The club's enclosed glass smoking patio features a full view of the smoking hot babes on the stage, allowing puffers to satisfy their nicotine fits and carnal desires simultaneously. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Club Cloud N9ne (Formerly The New Club Tunnel)

    Club Cloud N9ne (Formerly The New Club Tunnel)

    15820 N. 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053

  • Club Tunnel

    15820 N. 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053

  • Connolly's Sports Grill

    2605 W. Carefree Highway Phoenix, AZ 85085-8865

  • Dizzy

    Dizzy's Cocktail Lounge

    7051 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-944-9699 A neighborhood bar with all the trappings, Dizzy's is a down-to-earth drinking den where kicking back starts with a song -- namely, Tom Waits on the jukebox. A jar of pickled eggs and a vintage cigarette machine watch over a relaxed scene, where plaques of pool and dart league proficiencies line the walls and pickup trucks fill the parking lot. Join old-school locals as they share the day's doings or jostle for a TV remote, rack 'em up for free on Sunday nights, or engage electronically on the Golden Tee and Silver Strike games. Along with daily drink specials like Bloody Mary's for $3 on Fridays and $2.25 PBR every day, donning Dizzy's apparel on Tuesdays (everything from jerseys and tank tops to ball caps and fleece pants with the logo emblazoned across the backside) gets you 50 cents off drinks and allows everyone to know that when you go drinking, you go drinking at Dizzy's. Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

  • Do Drop Inn

    Do Drop Inn

    9501 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020

    Imagine your zany uncle wanting to convert the basement into a bar and your aunt letting him. The result would probably be a lot like the Do Drop Inn. With its wood paneling, drop ceiling, and low fluorescent lighting, this Sunnyslope watering hole has been a neighborhood necessity for years. It's an odd place, featuring a curious collection of libations (everything from Oskar Blues Old Chub to Alaskan White Ale and single servings of Sutter Home), along with cheap cigarettes (Grand Prix and Cheyenne) and microwave snacks (such as chicken nuggets and jumbo honey buns in plastic wrapping). The Do Drop doesn't make apologies for that -- or so suggests the "No Sniveling" sign above the bar. The locals may take a while to warm up to you, and the tough-but-tender barkeep's quick to give a newcomer some words for not closing the front door, but once you've paid your dues, do drop in again, won't you? Read more about this Phoenix bar or club >>

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