Roll down the dusty Apache Trail to Mesa, and approaching the city limits you’ll happen upon this sprawling roadhouse and southern-fried venue infused with an aura of rock ‘n’ roll debauchery. Wall-sized posters of such notorious party animals as Tommy Lee and the Beastie Boys seemingly inspire the rowdy times regularly served here up with smile (and a typically stiff drink from any of its three bars). Blaring nu-metal anthems inspire amateur gyrations on a stripper pole, a whoa-babe vibe amplified by the weekly wet tee shirt contests on Fridays and Saturdays. Activities of a risqué nature have also happened during the occasional pudding wrestling bouts between bikini-clad ladies taking place in an inflatable kiddie pool or in the secluded Bleu Room, earning its name from its stylish azure furnishings. The ginormous patio is also the site of much commotion, as patrons gather outside to smoke, compare scars, and simply dig into some of Spirits Bar & Grill’s classic American grub, which always imbued with just the right amount of grease.