Quality Inn & Suites
950 N. Dysart Road
Goodyear, AZ 85338
Phone: (623) 932-9191
Fax: (623) 932-9198
950 N. Dysart Road, Goodyear, AZ, US, 85338
- Phone: (623) 932-9191
- Fax: (623) 932-9198
Club 602 is meant for all who are in the city and in the mood to party and chill. The comfy and relaxed ambiance will put you at ease and just wash your blues or grays away. Check it out.
Twist the night away at this rocking 50s dance club. The DJ spins a mean mix of music from the 50s through the 70s interspersed with Karaoke. Great drink specials are offered every night, and dance contests every weekend award prizes for best Jitterbug, Twist, Limbo and Dirty Dancing. Monday nights are reserved for football with a free food buffet. Pictures of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe hang between shots of beautiful vintage cars. The DJ spins his tunes from the back of a pink Cadillac parked on the dance floor. Life Magazine covers from the 50s and 60s cover one full wall, and there are a couple dartboards and some dart supplies in one corner. Bring cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
Q-Lounge could have been passed off as just another nightclub if not for the spacious, dual dance floors, electrifying music and the nightly events. Located in North Pheonix, the club covers a variety of dance music ranging from Latin to hip hop. If you are in a group and looking for edge while partying, then opt for the VIP spaces and bottle service. Order a round of shots and let the music move you; don't forget to call ahead and reserve your spot.
Tucked away in a corner at Hidden House Cocktail Lounge, The Shop, has a character of its own. What draws crowds to this no-frills setup is that you can dance with a hundred others to the mind-numbing, old school hip hop spun out by DJs like Al Page and KGB who have been around The Shop for years. Don't be surprised by patrons who have been visiting the club regularly for years. Exciting, loud and cramped, come by The Shop for a wicked night in Phoenix.
True to its name, the decor at Sanctum resembles an old Gothic church but its dark and dungeon-like ambiance is nothing close to a holy place. The dance floor gleams with blue and red lights allowing revelers to cut loose and dance to heady beats. While the DJs do their bit behind the console, good looking bartenders mix sizable drinks with flair. With intriguing decor and a splendid vibe, drop by Sanctum for a great night in town.
Despite being a gay-friendly club, Charlie's is open to all looking to dance the night away. Move to the thumping tunes and country music mixed by the resident DJs each night at the club. Themed nights include drag shows, go-go boys and after-hour parties held throughout the week. The club has a friendly vibe and a drink menu of beer and cocktails fuel your time here. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Situated on the North 7th Avenue, Char's Has The Blues has been entertaining its bunch of regulars for a long time now. Although it does serve a choice of drinks, everything else takes a back seat once the music starts. The bar schedules a series of Blues, RnB and funk concerts as well as jam sessions every night of the week that keep you entertained. It's list of past performers include the famous The Kenny Gee Project and the Soul Power Band. Walk in here anytime of the week for a great night out with friends or just by yourself.
Club Dwntwn located in the heart of Phoenix is a hot spot for the Phoenix clubbers. The haunt of hip hop, reggae and old school lovers, it is a perfect space to chill out with your buddies. A local favorite; on Saturdays, the dance floor gets crowded. All in all Club Dwntwn is all about funky music and cool crowd.
Located in downtown Phoenix, Club Palazzo is a popular night club in the city. With bright and vibrant lights on the dance floor, the club gives off an energetic vibe and the music takes you to a completely different dimension. Don't let its tiny size fool you as you are sure to have a blast here. The best part is that the club is open till late and even offers a variety of drinks, light bites and a lot more. Come with friends to have an amazing time at Club Palazzo.
Having restored some good old American history, Duce in downtown Phoenix, attempts to give patrons a walk down history lane. Housed within a former warehouse on South Central Avenue, The Duce doubles up as a bar, nightclub and restaurant with ease. Food that dates back to the 1900s, adds a touch of class to the whole menu. Relish the meatball sliders and roasted ribs while sipping on the house special cocktail, the Moscow Mule. Performances of live bands and DJ nights are scheduled regularly on the makeshift stage. Karaoke, retro and live music makes the place a music haven. They also welcome private parties. Check website for more.
Located on North Central Avenue in North Phoenix, Kobalt is a popular karaoke bar and nightclub catering to the city's fun-loving, after-work crowd. Music videos continuously play on Kobalt's big screen but if you happen to be here on a Tuesday or Sunday, then gulp down your drink and choose from a collection of karaoke tunes to belt out. Let the wonderful cocktails be your fuel as you walk up to the stage and let loose. The gay-friendly bar welcomes everyone looking for a great night out with Friday night happy hours considered to be the best in town offering great discounts and deals on drinks.
Sochu House in Central Phoenix offers some great Asian Fusion delights. Enjoy the delicious Asian food with Western influences, served in tapas style. Savor the specialty Sochu tofu with dipping sauce made from sesame. Other delicacies like Asian 5 spice quail, sweet chili wings and BLT spring rolls are a hit. The decor of the house is upscale and the atmosphere is calm and cozy which makes it an ideal spot for a business or a romantic dining. On weekends, the Sochu House hosts DJs, much to the delight of those who want to cut loose and dance to some rocking music. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.