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  • 27th Avenue Bar & Grill

    27th Avenue Bar & Grill

    2038 N. 27th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85009
    602-272-3146

    http://www.citycheers.com/templates/one/index.php?vid=48008 An all-day happy hour, bodacious bartending staff, and a variety of games and pool tables make this colorful West Valley watering hole a favorite destination at different times of the day and night. Patrons run the gamut, from the blue-collar crowd and neighborhood regulars who stop by after the workday is done, to the beautiful babes that pack the place on nights and weekends. Beat-mixing DJs rock the turntables with Latin grooves and hip-hop anthems Thursday through Saturday and the occasional live band stops by, too. More >>

  • Bar Smith

    Bar Smith

    130 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-229-1265

    http://www.barsmithphoenix.com Creativity abounds on both floors of this bi-level beatshack located in downtown Phoenix. Bottle-tossing mixologists like Chase Crain show off their furious flairtending skills and whip up handcrafted artisan cocktails at the downstairs bar. Meanwhile, talented turntablists work the wheels of steel from an elevated platform on the rooftop lounge as urbanites and heavenly-looking honeys mix and mingle with their drinks. Street artists like Lalo Cota are also known to create one-of-a-kind murals on a large chalkboard that occupies one wall, turning Bar Smith into an impromptu gallery of sorts. Be sure to grab a picture of their efforts before last call, as its proprietors tend to erase the creation at the end of the night.The place serves lunch and dinner as well, focusing on American comfort food that goes well with alcohol, from a roasted barbecue pork sandwich and spicy chicken wings to old fashioned pot pie. Stop by for a midday meal or a casual bite before the game. More >>

  • BLUR Nightclub

    7419 E. Indian Plaza Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-662-5959

    http://blurnightclubaz.com

  • Cake Nightclub

    Cake Nightclub

    4426 N. Saddlebag Trail Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    860-978-6136

    http://www.cakescottsdale.com

  • Charlie

    Charlie's

    727 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-265-0224

    http://www.charliesphoenix.com For years, this swishy CenPho saloon was known as the "lil bitty ol' pissant country place" that almost exclusively attracted only tight-Wranglered gay folk and Marlboro Mary's. But times have changed and so has Charlie's. A renovation last year has improved the décor and expanded its size considerably, offering a much larger dance floor on which a far more diverse crowd can either bust out with two-steppin' or shake their asses to high-energy dance, country music, and Latin-oriented jams all night. Some things haven't changed; there's still the always-muscular bartending staff and after-hours dancing until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. More >>

  • Chrome Nightclub

    5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85226
    480-559-1847

    https://www.wingilariver.com/chrome

  • Club Macarena

    4346 W. Glendale Ave. Glendale, AZ 85301-2902
    623-931-8895

  • Palazzo

    Palazzo

    710 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

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  • Denim & Diamonds

    7336 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85207

    http://www.denimanddiamondsmesaaz.com

  • The Diamond Lounge

    4132 E. McDowell Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85008
    602-633-2377

    http://diamondloungeaz.com/

  • Discoteca Latina

    12329 W. Grand Ave. El Mirage, AZ 85335
    480-668-6429

  • El Capri

    El Capri

    2135 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-244-0551

    For most of the week, this east-side discoteca remains cold and dark, hidden behind a chain-link fence and locked up tighter than Fort Knox. On Friday and Saturday nights, however, the place comes alive with colored lights, hundreds of dancers, and Latin beats. The interior is home to a rollicking sea of dancing humanity, including plenty of caballeros y damas. Though the bar offers good selection of tequilas and south-of-border beers, the focus of El Capri is more on dancing than drinking. A steady stream of bachata, banda, and cumbia is pumped out by the DJs, while norteño bands occasionally perform. Gentlemen typically sport sharp cowboy garb and ostrich-skin boots, while ladies tend toward tight dresses, low-cut blouses, and skintight jeans. Even if you don't get to bailar with a bonita babe by night's end, chances are you'll eventually run into her mingling about or at the Mexican food joint down the street. More >>

  • El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria

    El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria

    640 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-257-2797

    http://elhefetempe.com/ The Tempe spinoff of this “super macho taqueria” features everything that its sister location in Scottsdale is famous for – from the array of eight signature tacos, Sonoran-inspired “Hefe Hot Dogs,” and potent bebidas – only with double the floorspace. That means there’s twice as much room for the lunch and dinner crowds, as well as everyone who comes out at night for the frenetic and often packed fiestas that feature waitresses dancing on the bars, sombreros and confetti poppers everywhere, wall-to-wall electro music, and a nonstop streaming videos on HDTVs, and dudes dressed in Zebra costumes. It’s muy loco, to say the least. More >>

  • Element 14 (formerly EDM Phoenix)

    718 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Fat Tuesday

    Fat Tuesday

    680 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-3917

    http://www.fattuesdaytempe.com This New Orleans-themed drinkery located along Mill Avenue brings in college students by the dozens on Friday and Saturday nights. Some visit for the dope DJ lineup or to bump their humps on the dance floor, while most come for a taste of the bar's infamous wall of frozen daiquiris. From the "Pirates Pleasure" (Captain Morgan's and fruit punch) to old favorites like Sex on the Beach, these concoctions are distributed by model-quality bartenders from a row of silver, slushie-like machines lining the back of the bar. More >>

  • Fatcat Ballroom

    Fatcat Ballroom

    3131 E. Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-324-7119

    http://www.fatcatballroomdance.com

  • Firehouse Tempe

    Firehouse Tempe

    4 E. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-275-2116

    http://ilovefirehouse.com/ By day, the Firehouse on Mill Avenue is a drinking den and gastropub-meets-sports bar, with two-dozen HD screens, tiered bleacher seats for prime viewing experiences, gametime specials, an enviable list of top-shelf beers, and colorful dorm room décor. Once the game’s over, the party really starts during four-alarm fetes featuring DJs going hard inside a repurposed 1940s ladder truck, shot girls, bottle service, VIP booths above the bar, and the occasional unexpected thrill, like when Snoop Dogg came by to spin hip-hop and reggae for a packed house. And if Firehouse is cool enough for the Doggfather, it’s cool enough for us, fo’ shizzle. More >>

  • Furia Musical

    Furia Musical

    1810 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-252-7900

    Like a mash-up of reception hall and dive bar, Furia Musical is a trippy dancing and drinking scene decked out in mirrors and a black-and-white checkerboard floor. Crazy-loud Latin music blasts its way out of a powerful sound system, pulsating past an illuminated crescent moon that hangs over the dance floor, chairs and tables draped in black cloth, and up to a small, bright corner bar where old-school amigos down a dizzying array of cheap beer and cocktails from friendly barkeeps. A big-screen TV sits in the corner of the dance area while a second room (separated by Roman columns and white sheer curtains) houses two pool tables, a jukebox, and a vending machine selling bottled waters wrapped with a pack of smokes for eight bucks. If select nights of live bands, DJs, and concursos de tubo (pole-dancing contests) don't get the heart pumping, try a trip to one of the Furia's restrooms. The men's is like a closet of urinals, and in the ladies', you've got five stalls, one curtain, and two seats. Sure it's a little freaky, but at Furia Musical, it's all in good fun. More >>

  • Gringo Star Street Bar

    Gringo Star Street Bar

    501 South Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-306-8633

    http://www.gringostarstreetbar.com Given that two major pastimes for college kids are drinking and gaming, putting a hybrid bar and arcade like Gringo-Star Street Bar within fragging distance of Arizona State University is an idea worthy of the Mother Brain herself. The Mill Avenue spot levels up the hipness factor even further by mixing vintage video games (10 arcade classics like Galaga, and Street Fighter II, plus two Nintendo 64 consoles and skeeball machines) with vibrant street art murals from Lalo Cota, JB Snyder, and Sierra Joy, as well as such street eats as Sonoran hot dogs, green chili pork tacos, and Korean spiced beef. Games are free to play every Mondays and the bar offers several drink specials, while the big DJ nights on Friday and Saturday bring out both bottle-poppers and quarter-droppers. More >>

  • Gypsy Bar

    Gypsy Bar

    50 W. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-732-5490

    http://www.gypsybarphoenix.com Like other flashy downtown Phoenix nightspots, Gypsy Bar comes alive with light, sound, movement and color after sundown, with life emanating from both its lustrous, LED-laden in-house dance club and the adjacent arcade teeming with more than 40 state-of-the-art video games. Inside this second-story adult playground next to CityScape’s Lucky Strike, the thrum of electronic beats wrought by DJs performing between a pair of HD video screens blends with the electronic bleeps from skeeball machines, redemption games, and two-player interactive arcade contraptions like Guitar Hero and 2 Fast 2 Furious. At the center of this audio-visual maelstrom is a three-sided bar and dining area, where you can score street tacos, short rib sliders, flatbread pizzas and other New American small plates, as well as any of 30 specialty cocktails, in-between getting your dance on or game on. More >>

  • INTL

    4405 N. Saddlebag Trail Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-213-9500

    http://www.intlscottsdale.com/

  • Karamba

    Karamba

    1724 E. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85006
    602-254-0231

    http://www.karambanightclub.com The expansive dance floor at this gay Latin dance club is almost always packed with bodies, whether it's boys dancing with boys, gals getting down with other gals, and various other combinations. Although the crowd here is Latino-heavy, it gets downright ethnically diverse during frenzied weekend events, when folks of every race and sexual orientation dance until dawn. More >>

  • Maya Day and Nightclub

    Maya Day and Nightclub

    7333 E. Indian Plaza Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-625-0528

    http://www.mayaclubaz.com 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. More >>

  • The Mint

    The Mint

    7373 E. Camelback Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-947-6468

    http://www.themintaz.com The crown jewel of Les and Diane Corieri's local nightlife empire celebrates avarice and monetary excess in grand fashion. The couple spent a pretty penny to create an affluent oasis, which -- fittingly enough -- is situated inside an old bank. Clubgoers enjoy high-end cocktails and cuisine created by chef Johnny Chu and dance music from talented turntablists. High-tech touches like a crystal and LED cube hanging over the bar and illuminated rafters light up both the dance floor and heist-inspired artwork decorating the place. More >>

  • The Monarch Theatre

    The Monarch Theatre

    122 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-456-1991

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Monarch-Theatre/151721091624098 Patrons of The Monarch Theatre seem to frequently contract dance fever whenever beats begin blasting out of its in-house wall of sound. Each victim at this downtown Phoenix dance emporium has their own individual symptoms: some folks start to shimmy, others begin to bounce, while the rest wind up merely pumping fists or bobbing heads as fast as the BPM will allow. The diversity of boogaloos being busted withing the confines of its 7,000-square-foot dance floor tends to encompass a wide variety of electronic dance music during any particular week. If it’s a UK Thursday event, you can expect a skull-shaking auditory assault of dubstep, glitch, or drum ‘n’ bass. When the Solstice crew puts up a special event, expect hours of progressive or deep house. Touring DJs that visit also bring laptops and hard drive full of everything from electro-house and trance to psychedelic, nu-disco, and other atmospheric jams. If anyone’s beat their feet into submission, however, various booths and posh seating opposite of the bar is waiting. More >>

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