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  • Aunt Chilada

    Aunt Chilada's Restaurant & Hideaway

    7330 N. Dreamy Draw Drive Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-944-1286

    http://www.auntchiladas.com This historic landmark nestled in the shadows of Squaw Peak Mountain offers signature dishes like spinach and chicken burros and picadillo fajitas (not to mention a chimichanga that puts all others to shame) as well as specialties like the cheesy mushroom-and-chili Hamburguesa. Magnificent chow for reasonable prices. More >>

  • Blooze Bar

    Blooze Bar

    12014 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85028
    602-788-4574

    http://www.thebloozebar.com The Blooze Bar is the sort of place where NASCAR fans gather to cheer on their favorite drivers and more mature local bands land gigs. Local acts like Cellphone Cowboys and Lit Up play here on weekends -- except on Sundays, when Junior, Smoke, and the gang make left turns at high speeds on TV. Thursday is a great night to stop by the Blooze Bar, because the place is invaded by hepcats for the bar's well-regarded rockabilly night. Car clubs such as the Invaders usually bring along their vintage dragsters and cherry rides, creating an impromptu road show in the parking lot and temporarily merging the interests of the bar's otherwise disparate clientele. More >>

  • Cheerleaders Sports Bar

    751 E. Union Hills Drive Phoenix, AZ 85024
    602-867-3222

  • 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 >>

  • Embassy Suites Phoenix North

    2577 W. Greenway Road Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-375-1777

    http://embassysuites1.hilton.com/en_US/es/hotel/PHXNOES-Embassy-Suites-Phoenix-North-Arizona/index.do

  • Fiddler

    Fiddler's Dream Coffee House

    1702 E. Glendale Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-997-9795

    http://www.fiddlersdream.org This all-volunteer, all-acoustic Westside music café just celebrated its 26th anniversary, and remains Phoenix’s only smoke-free, alcohol-free small performance venue. Widely known for hosting local and national musical acts, Fiddler’s Dream is also renowned for its unusual open-stage policy: Following most Friday and Saturday night shows, any act is offered 10 minutes (or three songs) onstage. A long list of music festivals, live acoustic concerts and national touring acts keeps this place hopping on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, when the friendly staff also serves up coffee, tea, and tasty diner food besides. There’s a real vibe here, too—squint a little, and it’s easy to pretend you’re in a North Beach bistro circa 1968, waiting for Joni Mitchell or Judy Collins or Joan Baez (or one of the other folky chick singers whose names begin with J) to perform. More >>

  • Fountain of Life International

    1055 E. Hearn Road Phoenix, AZ 85022
    602-993-5780

    http://www.inthefountain.org

  • Gooseberries Tea Room

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

    http://www.gooseberriestea.com

  • Joe

    Joe's Grotto

    13825 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-992-1007

    http://www.joesgrotto.com Joe Grotto (yes, his real name) has provided a North Phoenix haven for local bands for more than a decade now with his bar and live music venue. Be they fire-breathing death metal artists, long-haired screamo types, costumed tribute acts, or just plain old hard rockers, Joe will always offer space on his stage. Two weekly open mic nights also draw all sorts of new blood to the joint consistently. The interior looks the way an old-school rock club should, with one wall covered in mirrors, spots of graffiti here and there, and various fliers clinging to the walls. More >>

  • Lantana Grille

    11111 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85020
    602-997-5850

  • Manuel

    Manuel's Mexican Food

    8809 E. Mountain View Road Phoenix, AZ 85029
    480-661-1587

    http://www.manuelsaz.com

  • O

    O'Connor's Pub

    2601 W. Dunlap Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85021
    602-997-7714

    http://www.oconnorspub.com

  • Paradise Valley Community College Center for the Performing Arts

    Paradise Valley Community College Center for the Performing Arts

    18401 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-787-7738

    http://www.paradisevalley.edu/cpa/

  • Paradise Valley High School Auditorium

    3950 E. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-449-7000

    http://cmweb.pvschools.net/pvhsweb/

  • Polish American Congress of Arizona

    2828 W. Country Gables Drive Phoenix, AZ 85053

  • PVCC Studio Theatre

    PVCC Studio Theatre

    Paradise Valley Community College Phoenix, AZ 85032
    602-787-6500

    http://www.paradisevalley.edu

  • Shenanigans Bar & Grill

    Shenanigans Bar & Grill

    2244 W. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-863-3725

    http://www.shenanigansofphoenix.com From the outside, this two-level tavern might appear to be just another humdrum storefront at a quiet strip mall in north Phoenix, but once you get inside, it's a different story altogether. There are plenty of amusements at this rocking watering hole, whether it's jersey-wearing sports fans gathering to root on their particular team, wanna-be singers grabbing the microphone during weekly karaoke nights on Fridays and Saturdays, or the occasional live band. More >>

  • Zia Record Exchange

    Zia Record Exchange

    2510 W. Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-866-7867

    http://www.ziarecords.com Record collectors and plain old music fans alike love this local used CD shop, founded in 1980 in Phoenix, and now boasting eight locations in Tucson, Phoenix, Tempe, Chandler, and Las Vegas. Zia has long been a music Mecca for starving artists and broke college students, and carries thousands of used titles, from death metal to country, as well as brand-new product at lower-than-list prices. Low on cash? No problem, at Zia. Just bring along a handful of your old CDs and trade ’em in. While you’re there, pick up a new issue of Rolling Stone, or an old issue of Crawdaddy, or a stack of flyers promoting the latest local live bands playing out this weekend. The friendly, music-savvy staff will be happy to help you find that elusive Kinks compilation, or to turn you on to new tunes you didn’t know existed. Anyone can download music, but at Zia, you can hang out and jaw about it, too. More >>

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