It's the eternal struggle for any new bar, restaurant, or nightspot: How do you find a hook that grabs people's attention and — more importantly — gets them in the door? The people behind Scottsdale nightspot The Hot Chick believe the way to do it is with a cute name, some retro flair, classic arcade games, and plenty of fun. And so far, they haven't been wrong. Since opening over the summer, the joint has been packed with people who have come to drop tokens into games like Frogger, Donkey Kong, and Galaga while soaking up the late '70s/early '80s vibe (think Dazed and Confused meets Boogie Nights). They've also come to dance, as The Hot Chick's rotating lineup of DJs has been getting bodies moving with an array of classic rock, disco, Motown, glam, and old-school hip-hop songs mixed in with more modern tracks. We've even seen The Hot Chick go wild when DJs have played "YMCA" by the Village People, including patrons spelling out the letters during the chorus, just like dancers have done for ages. It's nice to know that the more things change, the more they stay the same.