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  • Gammage Auditorium

    Gammage Auditorium

    1200 S. Forest Ave. Tempe, AZ 85287
    480-965-3434

    http://www.asugammage.com In 1957 then ASU President Grady Gammage called on famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright to help create a unique auditorium for the university. Originally Wright had the design that would eventually become Gammage Auditorium in mind for Baghdad, Iraq but ended up placing the opera house in Tempe instead. The 3,000-seat performance hall is 80 feet tall and measures 300 by 250 feet, flanked on either side by giant pedestrian bridges. The construction of the $2.46 million building – the only public building Wright designed in the state of Arizona – took 25 months and was completed in September 1964. The multifunctional auditorium can be used for opera, musical and dramatic productions, symphony concerts and lectures. And today, Arizona State University's Gammage is one of the largest university-based presenters of performing arts in the world. More >>

  • Geordie

    Geordie's at Wrigley Mansion

    2501 E. Telawa Trail Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-553-7382

    Although you might be intimidated by its Biltmore address, the prospect of sipping spirits inside the Art Deco opulence of chewing-gum magnate William Wrigley's 1930s-era mansion is too temping to resist. Wind your way up the spiral driveway and head inside this Spanish Colonial-style manor for a snifter or two at the tony lounge named for the late meatpacking heir Geordie Hormel (who purchased and restored the property with his wife Jamie in the early '90s). Drinks run the gamut from classic selections (vodka gimlets, Manhattans, and the Moscow Mule are a specialty) to handcrafted martinis, and cocktails. On any given weekend, you're bound to find a mix of curious tourists, swanky scenesters, and other members of a more well-heeled tax bracket, as well as anyone with an appreciation of vintage cocktails in an equally vintage setting. While a one-time $10 membership fee has more to do with sidestepping some zoning laws than actual exclusivity, the hallowed view of the Valley from Geordie's patio is well worth the price and makes you feel like the king of the hill. More >>

  • Giligin

    Giligin's Bar

    4251 N. Winfield Scott Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-874-2264

    http://www.giliginsbar.com There's rarely a dull moment to be had at Giligin's, as this wacked-out island-themed watering hole specializes in serving up goofy good times, as well as gigantic 24-ounce beers, to its rowdy patrons. Be sure to check out the weekly goldfish races, karaoke four nights a week, or hang out with the always-hilarious Chuey the Rock 'n' Roll Midget, who works his own Lilliputian-sized bar in one corner. Plus, the kitchen stays open until 1:30 a.m., serving crab cakes, corn dogs, and other fried treats just in case you get the late-night munchies. More >>

  • Glendale Coffeehouse (inside the Glendale Public Library)

    5959 W. Brown St. Glendale, AZ 85302
    623-930-3573

    http://www.glendaleaz.com/Library/

  • Glendale Public Library

    Glendale Public Library

    5959 W. Brown St. Glendale, AZ 85302
    623-930-3531

    http://www.glendaleaz.com/Library/

  • Goat Head Saloon

    Goat Head Saloon

    1423 S. Country Club Drive Mesa, AZ 85210
    480-464-8030

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

  • Gold Bar Espresso

    Gold Bar Espresso

    3141 S. McClintock Drive Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-839-3082

    http://www.goldbarespresso.org If you leave Gold Bar Espresso thirsty, then you've got some explaining to do. The family-owned and operated coffee shop has been quenching parched mouths in Tempe since the mid-nineties. Located in the Basha's shopping center on the northeast corner of Southern and McClintock, they offer a wide selection of beverages: the obvious coffee and espresso drinks, as well as Italian sodas, teas, smoothies and hot cocoas. Pop in on a weekend night and enjoy live jazz or grab a few friends for one of their popular game nights. If it's just coffee and Wi-Fi that you require, they've got you covered on that front, as well. More >>

  • Gooseberries Tea Room

    13216 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85022
    602-789-0622

    http://www.gooseberriestea.com

  • Grace Chapel

    8524 E. Thomas Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-946-3464

    http://www.growingtogether.net/gt/

  • Grand Canyon University Arena

    Grand Canyon University Arena

    3300 W. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85017
    602-639-8999

    http://www.gcuarena.com This stunning, 5,000-seat, 135,000-square-foot multi-purpose entertainment and athletics facility has been open only since 2011, but has already made its mark locally and nationally. Primarily known on campus as the home of the university’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, the arena regularly hosts rock acts (Casting Crowns has played there, as has the David Crowder Band and Third Day) as well as large-scale specialty productions like the skating extravaganza Pandora’s Unforgettable Moments on Ice featuring David Archuleta. With five concession stands (including three full-size pizza ovens), 17 restrooms, four professional-league-scaled locker rooms, a pair of sweeping grand staircases and four different high-definition video boards, Grand Canyon University Arena offers more than most campus facilities in town. Designed by Tempe-based Architekton, the facility is capped with ceiling beams signed by GCU employees and students, a vault of Bibles buried at center court, and an outdoor balcony with views of the entire Camelback Road campus. More >>

  • Greater Bethel AME Church

    7040 S. 40 St. Phoenix, AZ 85040
    602-431-0800

  • Greek Spice Grill

    5740 W. Peoria Glendale, AZ 85302
    623-334-3433

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