With a spacious patio, huge video screens, and a stylish interior with a fireplace and cushy seating, is a nice alternative to the city's pulsing dance clubs and cruisy dive bars, which is not to say you can't meet and make the moves on plenty of cute people in here. The original location in Tempe is where all the roasting is done. They aren't for everyone, but if you like to visit a strip club now and then, or if you are having a party where a topless or nude club is an appropriate location such as a bachelor party , one of these might be just the right place for a fun night out. The original pop art on the walls and diverse clientele offers a nice cross-section of Phoenicians mingling the night away by the bar, or burning up the dance floor. There is no shortage of strip clubs in the Phoenix area. Or maybe get a mountain goat! The dance floor throbs at this downtown Phoenix dance club, located right off the light rail on Washington Street. You can ride to the meeting with or meet the club at The Hungry Monk.
The snazzy, modern space is a great place to sip creative cocktails and enjoy a snack or a full meal of wallet-friendly comfort dishes, including chicken wings, Cobb salads, au poivre burgers, portobello mushroom sandwiches, and ice cream sundaes. You are permitted to bring your own alcoholic beverages, a long as it adheres to the Arizona Revised Statute 4-244. For a fun, laidback atmosphere with live music, karaoke and game nights, head to on 16th Street. February 10: Updated with April Rides. If you're not so big on cocktails, just drop in and hang out in the coffee bar. Head up to the next level to the hotel's breezy poolside bar, Lustre, to sip cocktails while enjoying fabulous views of the downtown skyline. February 13: Updated with March 2 Saturday Cycling Route.
This is the Valley's top destination for live blues. If you're looking for a more casual place to get down, head to some of the city's midtown blues clubs. Due to this, Dick's is not allowed to serve any alcoholic beverages according to Arizona State Law. A major asset here for both hotel guests and others is the property's , a chic but casual restaurant and bar serving terrific mod-American cuisine, from bar snacks to more substantial fare. The come-as-you-are atmosphere at Rip's has a dash of hipster cool, but not enough to dampen the sheer unpretentiousness of the place. Drinks are served at a three-sided island bar surrounded by plush lounge sofa sectionals, perfect for sipping on your hand-crafted specialty cocktail.
There's volleyball on Sunday afternoons. February 13: to be held Saturday, March 2, 2019. It will be held at The Hungry Monk in Chandler. If you've been wanting to sharpen up your line-dancing skills, Charlie's is a pretty good place to practice. She will read almost anything, but particularly enjoys biographies, Southern gothic fiction, mysteries, classic British novels, and cookbooks. The food here is classic American with some nouvelle touches, such as a bacon-meatloaf sandwich with house-made ketchup on toasted pretzel bread, and pan-seared shrimp and cheesy grits with a beurre blanc sauce. It has a small dance floor, but it's always swinging on a Saturday night.
February 24: February 16 Saturday Cycling Report added to. Live music is on tap at several establishments, such as Rhythm Room and Char's Has the Blues. However, when you see what you'll be climbing, you may want to reconsider that mule! The bar regularly hosts local and national personalities, as well as special events. Explore further at Phoenix's many , and find a great and. Out front, you'll find one of central Phoenix's most popular taco trucks, and inside you'll find a friendly crowd enjoying drinks and music. February 24: Updated with sign-in and meeting times. Aside from the great food and music, the lounge at Crescent Ballroom is an excellent place to mingle with the downtown crowd.
The Rhythm Room draws crowds regularly, and the place can get smoky at times, but for raw-edged, top-notch blues and more, the place can't be beat. Come on and watch the go-go boys work the crowd on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. The 66-mile route will take riders east, passing the Ray Mine and into Winkelman for lunch. In fact, if you're not hitting the dance floor before long, or at least tapping your toes, folks may begin to look warily at you. The Duce is one of those downtown Phoenix spots that has earned a special place in many people's Saturday nights.
Live music from legendary artists happens in the Ovations Showroom, and the resort offers many lounges and bars. What's New February 24: 2019 to be held June 21 - 23, 2019. The dance floor is tiny, but it's almost always swinging. February 3: Updated with February 16 Saturday Cycling Route. Late night revelers take note: Chrome is only open on Friday and Saturday nights. On one side of the converted warehouse, you'll find stalls selling vintage wares, ping pong tables, an ice cream parlour, and a couple of cocktail bars. The is the city's venerable roots and blues club.
This is a relaxed video bar with a nice vibe and plenty of diversions, including pool tables and darts. Of course, you'll also find tried and true national chains like Hard Rock Café and Rock Bottom Brewery, where the atmosphere, food and beverages are always popular and reliable. The staff is friendly and welcoming, and there are fun drag shows on Friday nights. The Crescent Lounge hosts free nightly music, while the ballroom sees some of the country's top touring acts perform on the intimate stage. Visit for more ride and registration information. Enjoy one of the best city views on the rooftop bar, which can be a fist-pumping spectacle or laid-back urban sanctuary, depending on the night of the week.
The bar menu doles out tasty sandwiches, burgers, and salads well into the evening. When her nose isn't in. It's a little tricky to find, as you can't drive right up to the entrance—rather, park at the garage at N. It's not for everyone, but if you aspire to put your climbing abilities to the test, this really is the ride for you. But if you're looking to dance the night away, head over to Chrome Nightclub, the hotel resort's hip and sexy dance lounge.
You can dine in ReBar, but many patrons in here swing by for a selection from the excellent wine and beer list, or a deftly mixed cocktail. The baristas here know what they're doing, and the beans are sourced from high-quality coffee farms in and. January 26: January 19 Saturday Cycling Report added to. A rather butch bunch of guys, many who favor cowboy garb, frequent this long-time Phoenix favorite. Young, hip and an eyeful every night. GypsyBar's also features a game lounge featuring 40 arcade games in an adult-oriented environment.