5050 N. Black Canyon Hwy. , Phoenix, AZ, US, 85017
- Phone: (602) 242-8011
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Bars & Cafes
Lustre Bar is located in Hotel Palomar on Jefferson street, Phoenix. It is known for its breathtaking view along with an open air pool, that creates a cool and cozy ambiance. They offer an eclectic list of cocktails which are the highlight of the drinks menu. Make sure to not miss the delicious food while being entertained by music played by the in house DJ. Lustre sets the right mood for an entertaining evening with friends.
Copper Blues is a sleek rock bar and kitchen in downtown Phoenix. Featuring live music, an impressive selection of more than 60 tap beers, good food and an amazing outdoor patio on the second floor, this venue is one of the most popular destinations in the city.
Hanny's, previously a department store, has now converted into an upscale bar. Their cocktail menu offers some of the best mixes covering a list of alcohol brands. Also known for a delicious food menu, they serve an assortment of light bites with pizzas being the favorite among loyal patrons. Contemporary interiors and enjoyable music make it a perfect spot to enjoy casual drinks with friends.
Located at CityScape, downtown Phoenix's entertainment hub, The Arrogant Butcher boasts an ultra-hip vibe and a contemporary American kitchen led by Chef Andrew Ashmore. A popular spot on the social scene, this restaurant is best if looking to catch the day's game, host a private party, celebrate with happy-hour specials, indulge in romantic conversations or rub shoulders with state politicos. There's never a dull moment even when it comes to the menu which covers appetizers of zucchini fritters, mains of jambalaya and sweet potato tortellini and dessert that includes salted caramel pudding and warm peanut butter cup. The minimalistic interiors with plush sofas, portraits on the wall and mood-enhancing lighting adds to the upscale, 1960s feel of the place.
Bar Smith beats others when it comes to food, drinks and entertainment. The food is the usual American pub grub with tuna salad, burgers and jerk chicken being the favorites, while the wines include the house selections of Chardonay, Pinot Grigio and Sauvignons. The VIP rooms are the center of attraction for all clubbers and step onto the the terrace bar for amazing views of the city . Located just a block away from the Phoenix City Center, Bar Smith is your neighborhood destination for fun.
Located in downtown Phoenix, Sky Lounge offers a lively atmosphere to enjoy thumping music with an eclectic crowd. The music mainly ranges from Reggaton to Latin music with plenty of scope to cut loose and dance on the floor. Live music events are mostly held at the 21 and above section upstairs where you get to listen to some classic performances by renowned local artists, and also to sip on well-crafted cocktails churned out by the bartenders. If you are looking for a decent hangout to enjoy your time with friends, then the Sky Lounge is the place to be.
Even though former Phoenix Suns star Dan Majerle is no longer a part of the franchise, his legacy lives on in his eponymous restaurant. It is usually crowded before, during and after Suns games. At lunch, it's also popular with downtown businessmen. Housed in the oldest commercial building in downtown Phoenix, the interior has the feel of a contemporary sports bar. The fare is mainly sandwiches, burgers and a few hot entrees.
Tucked at the back of the amazing sports bar Majerle's, 9 Lounge is a club which hosts DJ nights mainly on weekends. This is a perfect spot for an after-hour hangout where you can listen and dance to some awesome house music after watching a game at the sports bar next door. Make sure you call ahead prior to a visit.
The Seamus McCaffrey's Irish Pub and Restaurant is Phoenix's first and downtown's only, authentic Irish Pub. It offers a wonderful selection of imported beers and whiskeys, including some that can't be found anywhere else in Metro-Phoenix. Enjoy classic favorites of Irish Beef Stew and Shepherd's Pie with daily specials covering both Irish and American dishes. The Irish breakfast is served on Sunday mornings from 9am until noon. This charming pub with its lively atmosphere is located in the historic Hotel San Carlos. Live traditional music is also a featured attraction, making it the best place in the city for all things Irish.
Attached to the Hyatt Regency and directly across the Symphony Hall, this bar caters to an upscale clientele. With more than a dozen high-quality single malt scotches, 13 fine imported cigars, a selection of draught beers that includes Kirin Ichiban all the way from Japan and specialty cocktails as exotic as the Pomegranate Mojito, this place has alot to offer. Sample that special cognac featured in the Journal of Fine Spirits while nibbling a tasty sandwich, salad or sushi. Open from 11a daily, Networks also features a patio offering a quiet retreat.
The Hard Rock Cafe, known world over for its cool music, splendid service, and great night-outs, is a tried and tested venue for quality entertainment. Be it the live performance, the DJs or the food and drinks, one is certain that it will be top of the tops. Sample a burger, the Hard Rock Burger to be precise, and you realize that nothing is going to match up to it. The drinks are always great, especially the cocktails and margaritas. Do not forget to buy a few souvenirs from the counters.
Owned by legendary rocker and Phoenix resident Alice Cooper, this is one wild party place. Located in central downtown near Chase Field, it is popular after sporting events and concerts. The courtyard features a stage that has hosted talents such as Dave Mustaine, Keanu Reeves and Alice Cooper himself. The kitchen cooks up home-style entrees named after athletes and musicians. Try the Megadeth Meatloaf or the Ty Cobb Salad.