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  • MacDonald

    MacDonald's Ranch

    26540 N. Scottsdale Road Scottsdale, AZ 85255

  • The Madison Improvement Club

    3802 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ 85018

  • Main Street Billiards

    Main Street Billiards

    1749 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-969-7898 Most of Phoenix's seedy pool places pale in comparison to this Mesa billiards establishment, since it's clean, safe, and well lit. It's ruled by tough-looking bouncers and counter help, so you'll never worry about a cut-throat game of eight-ball resulting in your throat actually getting slit by some shark. All jokes aside, Main Street Billiards offers 42 tables (the most in the Valley) where you can rack, chalk, and break by the hour for $4 per person (or $8 per hour for two or more), with the quarter-munchers running for a 75 cents a game. Adult refreshment is offered in the form of beers and mixed drinks, with mugs of draft brews like Shock Top or Amber Bock and Budweiser for $3.50. Just remember to use a coaster, ace, as your brewski might eff up the pristine green felt. More >>

  • Maryvale Baseball Park

    Maryvale Baseball Park

    3600 N. 51st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031
    602-534-6449 Noted baseball architects Ellerbe Beckett designed this beautiful facility that serves as home to the Milwaukee Brewers in Maryvale. Built in 1998, this park was originally planned to house two spring training teams. There are no fancy-schmancy country club seats, or waiters to bring you drinks. This is the kind of park where people come to watch baseball, not talk on their cell phones and network. The stadium has more than enough seats to handle the volume of patrons it gets, without feeling like its cavernous sisters in Peoria and Mesa. Its partial roof offers shade to a large part of the stands, which provides comfort without ruining the "outdoor" feel of watching the game. The grounds are impeccable, there is ample parking, and its bright blue seats are actually pretty comfortable for molded plastic. The concession areas are well-placed, offering a variety of standard fare at different locations so that not a lot of walking is necessary to get your hot dog and beer, and smaller vendors set up booths of more unique items at the end of the walkways, out of the way of traffic patterns. The lawn seats in the outfield are set up on a steep incline, allowing even those in the cheap seats a great view. More >>

  • Maryvale Baseball Park

    Maryvale Baseball Park

    3600 N. 51st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031

  • Maryvale Family YMCA

    3825 N. 67th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85033

  • Maryvale Pool and Park

    4444 N. 51st Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85031

  • Maya Day and Nightclub

    Maya Day and Nightclub

    7333 E. Indian Plaza Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-625-0528 Either by design or happenstance, the cluster of bars and clubs making up Scottsdale’s most popular portion of its downtown entertainment district on Saddlebag Trail is centered around Maya. It makes sense, considering that come the weekend, most clubgoers are likely heading to the combination dayclub and nightclub. Aimed squarely at the young-and-beautiful crowd, it’s been a spring and summer destination for sunshine-soaked swim parties within its 17,600 square foot pool area, which features fancy cabanas and daybeds, the Valley’s biggest LED video wall, a taco stand, three bars, and a stage for EDM artists both local and national. The indoor nightclub, however, packs ‘em in year-round for bottle-popping fun and dancing centered around a vortex-like dance floor awash in trippy colors and tipsy revelers. More >>

  • McCormick Ranch Golf Club

    McCormick Ranch Golf Club

    7505 E. McCormick Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85258

  • McDowell Mountain Ranch Aquatic Center

    McDowell Mountain Ranch Aquatic Center

    15525 N. Thompson Peak Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    480-312-6677 We're not sure what we like more about this place: the pools, the views, or the architecture (considering we spent more time admiring Phil Weddle's rusted steel and glass aquatic center building than we spent actually swimming). Not only does this place feature myriad aquatic options — including an eight-lane lap pool, a diving well with four diving boards, a really big (and kinda scary) tube water slide, a zero-depth-entry play pool, a splash pad, and a 600-foot lazy river — it's got views of the McDowell Mountains and a captivating public art piece titled Cactus Mirage by Nori Sato (only in Scottsdale will you find nationally recognized public art at a swimming pool). But this awesomeness comes at a price. Be prepared to pay $30 for a family of four if you're not a Scottsdale resident. More >>

  • Mesa Country Club

    660 W. Fairway Drive Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Mesa Family YMCA

    207 N. Mesa Drive Mesa, AZ 85201

  • Mesa Golf Center

    3252 E. McKellips Road Mesa, AZ 85213

  • Mini Golf Paradise

    15230 N. 32nd St. Phoenix, AZ 85032-4406

  • The MMA Lab

    17235 N. 75th Ave. Glendale, AZ 85308

  • Mountain Shadows Golf Club

    5517 E. Lincoln Drive Paradise Valley, AZ 85253

  • My Gym Children's Fitness Center

    9171 E. Bell Road Scottsdale, AZ 85260