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Nine Places to Party in Scottsdale During (and After) the Waste Management Phoenix Open

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9. Narcisse
This Scottsdale Quarter champagne and tea lounge is holding its "Open Cork Week" from Friday until Monday, February 6, in honor of the Phoenix Open. Anyone with a ticket stub will receive a complimentary glass of champagne and access to Narcisse's private entrance and VIP lounge. A daily happy hour runs from 4 to 8 p.m. with $3 appetizers, $3 champagne by glass, and $5 wine by the glass. After-parties start at 8 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday with DJs and dancing. Cover charges vary.

8. The Compound Grill
This NoPho restaurant/bar/live music venue will be pour 10-cent pints of Coors Light during a foursome of Phoenix Open after-parties every evening from Thursday until Sunday night for those wielding ticket stubs. (Sadly, it's a one-per-person kinda deal.) Plenty of other brews are on tap at the bar and local rock and blues bands will perform throughout each evening. 9 p.m. Admission is $10 on Thursday and Friday nights, $7 on Saturday and Sunday.

7. American Junkie
Garish golfing outfits (read: loud slacks, argyle sweaters, and knit caps) are encouraged during American Junkie's Phoenix Open Bash after-party on Friday where those sporting the craziest getup have a shot at winning a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne. A happy hour takes place from 4 to 10 p.m. featuring half-priced cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, $5 Skyy drink will be available all evening, and DJ Earth will perform.

6. The Firehouse
Party busses will shuttle revelers from the TPC to the Firehouse's Phoenix Open celebration on Friday, which will also offer $3 beers, $4 well drinks and you-call-it specials, and two-for-one selections after 1 a.m. DJs Sam-E and Sonny will also be in the mix. Doors open at 4 p.m.

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Benjamin Leatherman is a staff writer at Phoenix New Times. He covers local nightlife, music, culture, geekery, and fringe pursuits.