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  • The Daily Grind

    14120 N. 79th Ave. Peoria, AZ 85381
    623-979-5353

  • Deja Brew Coffee House

    1350 S. Longmore Mesa, AZ 85202
    480-461-0445

  • Deja Vu Lingerie Bar

    6025 N. 27th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85017
    602-246-2885

  • Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts

    Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts

    1090 S. Vulture Mine Road Wickenburg, AZ 85390
    928-684-6624

    http://www.delewebbcenter.org

  • Denim & Diamonds

    7336 E. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85207

    http://www.denimanddiamondsmesaaz.com

  • Dick

    Dick's Cabaret

    3432 E. Illini St. Phoenix, AZ 85040
    602-274-3425

    http://www.dickscabaret.com This male strip club in Phoenix is renowned for teases by fully nude men who are typically perfect specimens of muscle and movement. There's a non-alcoholic bar stocked with sodas and energy drinks and the stage is surrounded by mirrors to ensure your vision is clear enough to see the astonishing pole tricks and every inch of skin each Adonis can bare. The secluded VIP area off to the side allows for, ahem, more private dances. More >>

  • Dillon

    Dillon's Restaurant

    8706 W. Thunderbird Road Peoria, AZ 85381
    623-979-5353

    http://www.dillonsrestaurant.com The Midwest meets the West Valley in this homey, comfy barbecue joint. It feels like you're sitting in Grandmother's living room, but we'd be surprised if she cooked pecan-smoked vittles as good as these. It takes up to 18 hours to crank out Dillon's fine beef, pork, chicken, turkey, sausage and salmon. Don't miss the Brontosaurus beef rib platter, with what must be four pounds of food for just $16. Additional location in this region: 19900 N. Remington Dr., Surprise, 623-584-8494. More >>

  • District Stage at Tempe Marketplace

    District Stage at Tempe Marketplace

    2000 E. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281
    602-553-2663

    http://www.tempemarketplace.com Situated in the center of the expansive Tempe Marketplace, the District Stage is a performance spot for a mixture of rock and acoustic acts (as well as the occasional DJ) to let loose with music and entertainment every weekend from Thursday to Sunday. Window shoppers and other patrons who want to give both their feet and wallets a rest can kick back at several tables and enjoy the show. More >>

  • Doc & Eddy

    Doc & Eddy's Sports Bar

    909 E. Minton Drive Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-831-0635

    http://www.barinfo.com At the risk of sounding grandiose, Doc & Eddy's is one of the quintessential neighborhood sports bars in the entire Valley, possessing all the amenities that make a jock joint great. There aren't many seats in the house without excellent views of multiple TVs, allowing throngs of rabid fans who gather here (including both ASU supporters and members of the Steeler Nation) to witness the exploits of their favorite teams while simultaneously keeping tabs on several other games of interest. Food and drink specials are also plentiful, like the $2 domestic bottles and $5.25 pitchers available during the daily happy hour, which are guaranteed to keep you satisfied even if the bums are losing. But if you're not into all the athletic action, D&E's offers plenty of other diversions, ranging from a dozen regulation-size pool tables and air hockey to video games and a weekly team trivia night to challenge your pop culture intellect. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just along for the ride, this south Tempe sports haven definitely has all the bases covered. More >>

  • Dos Gringos Scottsdale

    Dos Gringos Scottsdale

    4209 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-423-3800

    http://www.dosgringosaz.com Popular with 20-somethings and the college-age crowd, Dos Gringos is a two-story hacienda for the hangover-prone that features multiple bars, colorful graffiti lining the walls, and a south-of-the-border beach-bum vibe. Corona, Pacifico, Dos Equis, and other Mexican beers, which are usually on special. Sit back with a margarita or cold Mexican brew and watch the tourists go by. More >>

  • Downtown Tempe

    S. Farmer Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281

  • The Reef

    The Reef

    393 W. Warner Road Chandler, AZ 85225
    480-963-5520

    http://www.thereefaz.com Thumping hip-hop tracks pulsate and pierce the evening air every weekend at this colorful Southeast Valley eatery and nightspot adorned with bright green and pink neon lights. Beat-blasting DJs man the decks and throw down the vinyl from Thursday through Saturday, dropping urban anthems, R&B hits, and old school jams for the folks crowding the Draft House's tiny dance floor. If you're partial to more subdued entertainment, the weekly karaoke night on Tuesdays might suit your tastes. More >>

  • The Dressing Room

    The Dressing Room

    220 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    480-998-6926

    Colorfully quirky and filled with bohemian charm, this shoebox-shaped structure located adjacent to MonOrchid fits in with the eccentric array of galleries, boutiques, art spaces, and music venues dotting Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix. Most of the week, it serves as a rehearsal and recording space for the members of rock band Wooden Indian. On First Fridays and occasional weekends, however, the Dressing Room hosts gigs by local rock and indie acts, where standing-room-only crowds are lit by the glow of Christmas lights hanging from the exposed rafters. More >>

  • Driver's Sports Grill

    14175 W. Indian School Road Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
    623-536-8571

    http://www.it-s.com

  • The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant

    The Dubliner Irish Pub & Restaurant

    3841 E. Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-867-0984

    http://www.dublinerpub.com Considered the oldest Irish joint in Arizona, the Dubliner also has the unique distinction of having been the first bar to sell Guinness in the Valley. Its braggadocious bartenders also claim its annual Saint Patrick's Day party is the biggest around, their craic is mightier, and that there's more traditional Ireland-style entertainment each week at the Dubliner than any of their competitors. It's hard to argue with the latter boast, since the North Phoenix public house has showcased Celtic musicians almost every night for close to a quarter century. Sired in 1986 by renowned local publican Seamus McCaffery, it's maintained the same neighborhood bar vibe mixed with the usual Emerald Isle touches and tchotchkes throughout the years. More >>

  • The Duce

    The Duce

    525 S. Central Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-866-3823

    http://www.theducephx.com Don't judge a book by its cover. The understated exterior hardly does justice to everything that goes on inside, including swing dancing, boxing, and shopping. As far as the drinking goes, The Duce has an impressive selection of old school cocktails as well as few specialties you won't find anywhere else. The vintage trailer serves up some great comfort foods, including pot pies and sliders. The Duce offers ping-pong, shuffleboard, corn hole and foosball, so it's practically like you can get a work out while you drink. After all, it is part gym. More >>

  • Duck and Decanter

    Duck and Decanter

    1651 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-274-5429

    http://www.duckanddecanter.com If you've lived in Phoenix for more then a week, you've almost certainly eaten here. If not, run right over and order yourself one of their delicious deli sandwiches from the maniacally friendly counter staff. Most desert rats love themselves a D.A.M. Sandwich, made with pork roast and marinated in a snappy jalapeno dressing. Others refuse to stray from the Braunschweiger on rye; still others go for the most classic Classic Deli outside outside of New York's outer Burroughs. Duck and Decanter also sells some of the best cheeses and some of the tastiest iced coffee in town. More >>

  • Duck And Decanter

    Duck And Decanter

    One N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-266-6637

    http://www.duckanddecanter.com If you've lived in Phoenix for more then a week, you've almost certainly eaten here. If not, run right over and order yourself one of their delicious deli sandwiches from the maniacally friendly counter staff. Most desert rats love themselves a D.A.M. Sandwich, made with pork roast and marinated in a snappy jalapeno dressing. Others refuse to stray from the Braunschweiger on rye; still others go for the most classic Classic Deli outside outside of New York's outer Burroughs. Duck and Decanter also sells some of the best cheeses and some of the tastiest iced coffee in town. More >>

  • Dunn's Arena

    7621 N. Sarival Road Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
    602-810-7289

    http://www.dunnsarena.com

  • DWNTWN

    DWNTWN

    702 N. Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-258-8343

    Part of the same downtown Phoenix club complex that houses Palazzo and Amsterdam, DWNTWN is a red-hot dance destination with two bars and two dance floors, an upscale dress code, and a mostly Hispanic clientele that fills the place to capacity on weekends. DJs spin a number of Latin dance genres, including salsa, reggaeton, and cumbia, well into the wee hours of the morning. More >>

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