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  • AMF Scottsdale Lanes

    AMF Scottsdale Lanes

    7300 E. Thomas Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-946-5308

    http://www.amf.com Although many Valley alleys have been lowering their lights and blowing out their loudspeakers with Steppenwolf or Meat Loaf classics for years, this south Scottsdale bowl-a-rama strikes 'em all down with a chic clientele packing the lanes on Fridays and Saturdays for $15 (or Sundays through Thursdays for $12). Music videos from such artists as Pink, and The Vines (but, oddly enough, not Bowling for Soup), and psychedelic light shows are projected onto two gigantic screens over the alleyways while punky skate bettys fling glowing balls alongside spiky-haired gym rats quaffing pitchers of Amber Bock, and clubwear-clad Scottsdale fembots smoking Parliament Lights. Sure, you could save a few bucks by throwing gutter balls with Flo and Jethro out in Apache Junction, but why miss out on this kind of fun? More >>

  • AMF Scottsdale Lanes

    7300 E. Thomas Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-946-5308

    http://www.amf.com

  • Bodi

    7034 E. 5th Ave. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-444-8062

    http://www.scottsdalebodi.com/

  • CFWA

    2952 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251

    http://www.cwfaz.com

  • Continental Golf Course

    Continental Golf Course

    7920 E. Osborn Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-941-1585

    http://www.continentalgc.com Thanks to the Arizona Department of Transportation, it's only a short hop these days from downtown Phoenix to this nice little executive course, perfect for a late game even in 110-degree heat. The short (3,766 yards for the entire 18, or almost half as long as a regular-size links) par 60 doesn't lend itself to the use of big clubs -- not that we know how to use them anyway. Actually, it was the tricky, undulating greens that proved to be our undoing, as three-putts became a constant, if unwanted, companion. Though many of the fairways are narrow, nobody minds if you hit from wherever you land, as long as you keep an eye on the other groups. The 18th hole is a 340-yard beauty where water comes into play on both the tee shot and approach to the green. The whole thing takes just more than two hours, less than half what it usually takes to play a full-size course. That's a big plus in our busy books. And it's generally easy to get a tee time at Continental, except for those months when the temperature finally drops below 100. More >>

  • Glove Game Boxing

    7137 E. Stetson Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-970-9900

    http://www.glovegameboxing.com

  • Impact MMA

    2954 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-994-1377

    http://www.impactmmaaz.com

  • Indian School Park Tennis Center

    4289 N. Hayden Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-312-2740

    http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/Page257.aspx

  • Karve Studio

    7154 E. Stetson Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-247-6725

    http://karvestudio.com/

  • Ken Shamrock's Lion's Den

    2954 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-941-LION

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lions-Den-Scottsdale/107224489336520 Former UFC and WWE star Ken Shamrock has been training fighters in mixed martial arts for years at his Lion's Den dojo in Reno, Nevada. In 2008 Shamrock opened a location in Scottsdale, boasting 8,000 square feet of training space, including a boxing ring, a fighting cage, and a fully equipped weight room. Shamrock handpicked the instructors for the Scottsdale location, who include Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Carlos Farias, UFC fighter Edwin Dewees, kick-boxing world champion Rick Roufus, and Shamrock himself. Members of the Lion's Den can receive instruction in a variety of martial arts, from Muay Thai kick-boxing and grappling to boxing and jiu-jitsu. Members can participate in classes or pay for special one-on-one instruction. Kids are welcome, too, as the dojo offers martial arts programs for "Cubs" (ages 4-8) and "Juniors" (ages 9-14). More >>

  • Maya Day and Nightclub

    Maya Day and Nightclub

    7333 E. Indian Plaza Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-625-0528

    http://www.mayaclubaz.com 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 >>

  • Scottsdale Stadium

    Scottsdale Stadium

    7408 E. Osborn Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-312-2586

    http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/stadium/ A couple of key elements make Scottsdale Stadium just a little bit better than most Spring Training stadiums. Start with grass in the outfield and a nice view of the mountains from the seats. Mix in the fact that it's located in the heart of downtown Scottsdale, walking distance from dozens of bars, restaurants (we like to eat off our beer buzz at Los Olivos, which is only a block away) and hotels. So though you might pay a little more for your seat in Scottsdale, you can take comfort in knowing you're paying for the best. And the VIP area here has its own little scene going on. It may have pretty much nothing to do with watching baseball, but it's fun. It will cost a bit more, too — unless you're tricky. More >>

  • Skate Park at McDowell Mountain Ranch Park

    Skate Park at McDowell Mountain Ranch Park

    15525 N. Thompson Peak Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-312-6677

    http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/skate.asp At 16,000 square feet, Skate Park at McDowell Mountain Ranch Park is not the biggest skating spot out there, but it's got the tables, benches, planters, and ledges to keep you entertained, and a bowl that drops down about 10 feet. It's the second city-owned skate park in existence around here — the other one's at Eldorado Park on the other side of town — and it's a little more upscale than your typical skate park, as it's almost always spotless, with a covered patio and lights. It's connected to the city's recently built aquatic center, which probably is the best summertime perk you could ask for. It may not be the ideal facility for the more advanced skaters, but, hey, it's one of the few free things to do in North Scottsdale. More >>

  • Studio Mixx

    7023-7025 E. 5th Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    480-652-6499

    http://studiomixxaz.com/

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