Quality Suites near Old Town Scottsdale
1635 N Scottsdale Rd.
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (480) 947-3711
Fax: (480) 949-7902
Bars & Cafes
Visitors looking for drinks and a swell time should venture into Rogue. This is where the DJ spins music and the spirits never stop flowing. Get yourself a pint and tap your foot to a mix of pop, rock, and 70's and, of course the classics. On Saturdays catch 'Shake', a rock n roll dance party that goes into the wee hours of the night.
The Salt Cellar Restaurant may be a bit hard to find, but the seafood here is hard to beat. Look for the skylight protruding from the grass at the corner of Hayden and McKellips and go on in for some of the finest coastal preparations in town. Be sure to make it for their award-winning happy hour. A handwritten menu of the day's fresh catch including king crab, lobster, shrimp, clams, crab cakes and oysters will give you a whiff on what to order. Owners Richard and Cindy Huie maintain the highest quality without compromising on service.
Themed after the gentleman's game of golf and named for one of its major tournaments, British Open Pub is a favorite neighborhood watering hole for the residents of Scottsdale and Tempe. The pub walls are decorated with golf paraphernalia and it boasts a long wooden bar, numerous televisions tuned to latest sports and faint Irish music from the jukebox sets the mood for a laid back beer drinking evening. Although a British pub, its beer list reflects a collection from across the world. Smithwyck, Newcastle, Guinness, Hoegaarden, Weihenstephan and a lot of options in cider are available on tap. Complementing the beer are specialties like fish and chips, nachos and buffalo wings. Drop by for a great time alone or with friends.
Handcrafted microbrews rule the roost at this laid back brewing company, located inside the Papago Plaza Shopping Center. Try the award winning IPAs like Hop Dog IPA and Hopfather Imperial IPA or the famous Papago Orange Blossom Wheat beer to get the taste of local flavor. Its collection, however, is not just restricted to local brews as classic beers like Lambic Framboise from Belgium and Doppelbock from Germany also feature in the extensive list. Pair your selection with tasty pizzas and quesadillas served at the kitchen. Happy hours are till 6p on weekdays, so you can avail of various discounts on the beer. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Duke's is one of those sports bars which has been around since the 1990s and caters to all age groups. Voted as the number one sports bars by loyal patrons, Duke's has an outdoor patio section for smokers and a party room which can be booked for private parties without a reservation fee. They offer exciting daily specials and hosts Bingo nights every Thursdays. Visit Duke's to grab a drink and a signature salad, from a selection of thirty salads, and enjoy watching the latest match.
Made in a press pot, the coffee in Pesto Prima is a treat for the senses with its unique aroma, flavor and texture. If you find the delectable food hard to resist, it's thanks to chef Nathan Liggett's combination of fresh ingredients and expert skills in the kitchen. Known for their reasonable pricing, the Iced Chai and Java Mocha Blast are variations to the traditional cup of tea and coffee. Do not forget to order the Croissant Breakfast Sandwich or the Bagel Breakfast Sandwich for a wholesome start to the day.
Running out of ways to spice up your nightlife? Then head to Pub Rock Nightclub for a new level of clubbing and entertainment experience. With hip live music buzzing from hi-tech sound systems, this place creates the perfect mood to socialize and lounge around. While your friends are busy with the rock jukebox, you can try your hand at pool, dart boards, foosball, shuffleboard or NTN Trivia. And if you think you or your mates can play better music, get up to the stage on Mondays for Open Mic Nights.
This tiny, simply furnished tapas bar and cafe is a great place to explore the subtle seasonings and indigenous ingredients of Spain. A tapas/wine/beer bar sits before you as you enter this small storefront space. Rincon Espanol's small bites of Iberian specialties, hot and cold meat, vegetable and seafood appetizers and sandwiches come individually or as combination platters. Do not miss out on the paella which is incredible to say the least.
If you’re looking for a casual bar where you can kick back at, then you’ll have to stop by Flicka’s Baja Cantina in Old Scottsdale. For over a decade, Flicka’s has been a favorite hangout for locals and out-of-towners alike. Stop by on Taco Tuesday or Taco Thursday, order some food and a cold one and then simply relax on their beach-style patio. Menu selections include appetizers and chips, Baja specialties like Famous Fajitas, the Cajun Shrimp Meal and the Flicka Fajita Sandwich as well as American specialties like burgers, the All American Dog and more. Sometimes there is a DJ on Friday nights and live music on Saturdays, check out their calendar for more details.
A trendy looking restaurant with high ceilings and a modern air, Kabuki Japanese Restaurant is a place to have affordable Sushi and a preview of Japanese cuisine. Freshly made sushi and sashimi along with a diverse options of rolls feature on the menu. A great Happy Hour is a popular feature. An excellent variety of Sake accompanies your Japanese meal. The restaurant has a very open feel to it due the spacious decor and simple furnishing.
If you happen to be in the Tempe Marketplace and need a coffee break, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is where you need to stop. Offering coffees made with the finest Arabica beans, and teas with only the best, hand-plucked leaves, this is a delightful little coffee shop. With the free Wi-Fi facilities, this coffee house allows you to get on with your work while you enjoy a nice caffeinated drink. Whether you order a Cafe Caramel or a Matcha Latte, you are in for a treat.
Established in 1994, the eclectic European bistro has garnered such accolades, that it even has a namesake in the neighboring city, though not related in any way. But the original is where the magic lies and it's not hard to see why. The husband and wife team, Jay and Christine Wisniewski, have left no stone unturned to make Caffe Boa an elegant dining destination. The menu is a fine selection of carefully created seasonal and organic specialties that are bound to please one and all. The excellent wine list has received a number of accolades and boasts of a selection of nearly 500 labels. The bistro's interiors sport a fresh vibe, with pastel shades and brick-exposed walls being used to good effect. The beautifully decorated outdoor patio is a visual treat not only during daytime, but also in the evenings when it is elegantly lit up, making it perfect for a romantic meal.