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  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Oceans Seven

    Oceans Seven

    1420 N. Scottsdale Road Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-797-6233

    http://www.oceans7az.com/about.php Oceans Seven is the latest identity of a Scottsdale spot that has been hosting hip-hop hootenannies and Latin nights for more than a decade. In the late '90s, it was known as CBNC, a major hot spot that earned a serious reputation as a place to spy such celebs as Busta Rhymes, Beyoncé, 50 Cent, and Britney Spears. And though the name has changed, its game remains the same. Its still a prime place for high-volume partying, offering three distinct rooms with separate bars and dance floors, as well as a variety of VIP areas. Oceans Seven boasts a thunderous sound system that pounds out plenty of beats, including mixes of glammy R&B, high-energy street rap, old school jams, and hot reggae riddims. The typical crowd here skews toward urban club types and stylishly refined folks opening their wallets for premium bottles and champagne. In addition to the bubbly, tequila shots and mixed drinks with generous amounts of vodka are some of the preferred fuels for those engaging in nighttime fun. More >>

  • Rooftop Lounge & Patio (formerly Suite 301)

    Rooftop Lounge & Patio (formerly Suite 301)

    501 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-967-3060

    http://www.facebook.com/RooftopTempe Located on the top level of the Mill Avenue building that houses Hooters and The Big Bang, the Rooftop Lounge sports a sprawling bar stocked with plenty of high-end libations, a huge dance floor, and spectacular views of downtown Tempe. A pair of posh lounge areas are also available, with the outdoor version offering white décor, numerous couches, and a roaring fireplace for whenever it gets chilly. Turntablists also serve up the latest Top 40 and electro tracks on the wheels of steel four nights a week, blasting out their beats and keeping the party going until last call looms. More >>

  • Vintage Lounge

    Vintage Lounge

    411 S. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-329-4090

    http://www.facebook.com/vintageonmill Standing tall from its second-floor perch above Stan's Metro Deli, Vintage offers a mix of upscale elements with a certain bohemian funkiness. Hundreds of LPs are nailed to the ceiling, antique mirrors cover the walls, and the lounge area is filled with shabby-chic leather furniture. Though drinking and dancing are de rigueur, rock and indie bands also provide performances during occasional live music nights. Just watch yourself while ascending the stairs, as the climb is a little steep. More >>

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