Nightlife

2-4-1 Wednesdays at Bliss Rebar

Looking for something to do this week? "Night Owl" is a quick guide to special nights at bars and clubs around town. We'll give you a few hints re: cover, dress code, music and atmosphere. Every Wednesday marks 2-4-1 Wednesdays at Bliss Rebar.

Bliss Rebar is a metallic forest free-for-all with its combination of urban, industrial and rural designs. The heavily forested bar can be enjoyed at an increasingly blissful price as 2-4-1 Wednesdays continues past 9 p.m. and on into the downtown Phoenix night. 

See the full 2-4-1 Wednesdays at Bliss Rebar slideshow here and our full rundown after the jump...

The Place: 901 N. 4th St., Phoenix, AZ 85004


The Time: Every Wednesday after 9 p.m.

The Cover: Nope.

The Parking: Street.

The Bar: The urban chic bar boasts 20 percent off everything until 9 p.m. and 2-4-1 drinks after that. While everything was up for grabs, our personal favorite was the Dreamy Creamy Orangesicle because it tasted just like one.

The Music: Each song was more disco and dancier than the last, but the volume was low and no one was movin'. 

The People: A quiet crew of friends with diverse ages and styles.

The Style: Casual and current. 

The Art: Rocco P. Menaguale's splatter paint pointillism perfectly fit the bar. 

What we loved: The variety of bargains and beverages. The bar has a whole section of the menu dedicated to employee-created cocktails.  We can't wait to try Missy's Sex on the Beach next time.

What we didn't love: The best thing about Bliss Rebar is the outdoor tree-shaped rebar-bar and the overall patio area. Unfortunately, this area wasn't being utilized at all on Wednesday.

Are we going back? We're feeling pretty blissful about waiting a while before coming back.

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Ryan Wolf