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  • Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa

    Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa

    2400 E. Missouri Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-6600

    http://www.arizonabiltmore.com/spa/ Opened in 1929, this swanky resort at the base of Squaw Peak exudes old-timey Arizona charm and elegance. Albert Chase McArthur built it in "Mayan Revival" style, hiring his former mentor Frank Lloyd Wright as consultant. Former Columbia Pictures mogul Harry Cohn had a fatal heart attack here. More >>

  • Celebrity Theatre

    Celebrity Theatre

    440 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85008
    602-267-1600

    http://www.celebritytheatre.com The venerated Celebrity Theatre is truly unequaled amongst Valley concert venues, not only for its unique theatre-in-the-round setup, where no seat is more than 70 feet from the action, and rotating stage, but also because a big chunk of local music history has taken place within its walls over the past 50 years. Since opening in 1963, the 2650-seat venue is currently one of the longest-running concert halls in Phoenix and has featured gigs by some of the biggest names from the pantheon of rock ‘n’ roll. The late Frank Zappa, for instance, put on a memorable performance with the Mothers of Invention in 1974, while Guns ‘N’ Roses visited during the apex of the hair metal era in 1988, and Limp Bizkit took over the joint just prior to the beginning of the late-1990s nu-metal boom. The Celebrity has also hosted such comedy legends as Jerry Seinfeld, George Carlin, and Chris Rock during its five decades of existence. More >>

  • Celebrity Theatre

    Celebrity Theatre

    440 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85008-6205
    602-267-0186

    http://www.celebritytheatre.com

  • Chopper John

    Chopper John's

    2547 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-0881

    http://www.chopperjohns.com/ This place sure has a long legacy behind it: After opening in 1952 as the Red Diamond, this former residence has been known as Cholla Bay, Louie's, VJ's, and McGuires throughout the years. Things settled down when it became the blues joint Warsaw Wally's for a couple of decades, but switched into the 26th Street Blues Bar, and finally Chopper John's. Besides offering live music on Friday and Saturday nights, this nightspot has the usual pool tables, dart machines, and touch-screen video games. Just don't bust your head open on one of the low-hanging rafters. 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 >>

  • Lucci's 4 Pasta & More

    4747 N. 20th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-954-2394

  • Lund Center for the Performing Arts

    3102 N. 56th St. Phoenix, AZ 85018

  • Ole Brass Rail

    Ole Brass Rail

    3738 E. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-956-1280

    As the name portends, this is a neighborhood watering hole with a throwback feel that gives Arcadia residents a chance to lift a few after-work beers. Entertainment ranges from sports on TV to live blues and cover bands on weekend evenings, with the Wednesday night karaoke session bringing in a eclectic cross-section of patrons, most of whom are eager to rock the mic in their own funky fashion. More >>

  • Rips Ales & Cocktails

    Rips Ales & Cocktails

    3045 N. 16th St. Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-266-0015

    http://ripsbar.weebly.com This distinctive-looking CenPho destination for both drinkers and rockers is pretty steeped in history. Its unique Googie-like angular architecture illustrates its mid-century origins as a neighborhood watering hole dating back to the 1950s, which hosted performances by such legendary performers as Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson a few decades ago. These days, however, Rips is home to more of a punk and rockabilly types, who venture into its throwback milieu to witness gigs by local and touring bands from those genres, as well as flocks of trendy twentysomethings who turnout for hip monthly dance events like Shadowplay and Obscura, or just to sample some of the brews and booze that's served with nary any affectation and soak up the retro vibe. More >>

  • Terra Java Coffee House & Bake Shop

    Terra Java Coffee House & Bake Shop

    3619 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018
    602-840-5282

    http://www.terrajava.biz Long considered to be one of the coolest art/coffee houses in Phoenix, Terra Java Coffee House & Bake Shop's offers comfy couches and other relaxing seating, Wi-Fi access, and plentiful, spacious tables that make it a great place for students to study. Its baristas also whip out any number of caffeinated concoctions - ranging from high-octane cappuccinos to teas from around the world - and monthly gallery exhibitions from local creative types are featured on the walls. Although it no longer features any live music (owing to its daily 6 p.m. closing time), the weekly spoken word and poetry session goes down on Saturday afternoons. More >>

  • The Tribe!

    2238 N. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85008

  • Wrigley Mansion

    Wrigley Mansion

    2501 E. Telawa Trail Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-4079

    http://www.wrigleymansionclub.com Chewing gum -- and the man most closely identified with the sticky-sweet stuff, William Wrigley Jr. -- built this lovely, 1930s-vintage manse that overlooks the area surrounding the Arizona Biltmore from atop a patrician, 100-foot bluff; the palatial digs were a golden-wedding-anniversary present from WW to his wife, Ada. Prepackaged meat by-product keeps the place going, though, in the form of Geordie Hormel, the so-called "Son of Spam," who's turned the facility into a private club and formal eatery. More >>

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