Bars in Avondale


Hookah, Pool, and Nonalcoholic Drinks for Two or Four at Surprise Hookah Lounge (Up to 52% Off)

Surprise Hookah Lounge

Surprise

Shisha in house-special flavors such as strawberry margarita and electric lotus pair with billiards and nonalcoholic drinks

$33.57 $16

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Up to 50% Off Beer & Wine — Apollo's Lounge

Apollo's Lounge

Alhambra

Affable bartenders suffuse chilled glasses with made-to-order mixed drinks in congenial neighborhood gay bar with free WiFi.

$10 $5

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Karaoke and Snacks Sunday–Thursday or Friday and Saturday at August Karaoke Box (Up to 67% Off)

August Karaoke Box

Tempe

In private rooms or a public hall, groups sing along to more than 130,000 songs, nibble snacks, and sip drinks

$15 $5

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$30 for a Beer Class with Food and Tastings for Two at Boulders on Broadway ($50 Value)

Boulders on Broadway

Tempe

On third Monday and Wednesday of each month, bar with dedicated three-figure beer list teaches how to pair brews with food

$50 $30

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$17 for a Hookah Package for Two at Hoookahmania ($35 Value)

Hoookahmania

North Scottsdale

Groups share hookahs in such flavors as chocolate and apple and nibble on Lebanese appetizer platters; live entertainment on select nights

$35 $17

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$20 for Martinis & Manicures for Two at EVO ($30 Value)

EVO

Downtown Scottsdale

Guests sip on martinis or signature cocktails while receiving manicures at weekly event

$30 $20

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Beer Tasting for Two or $13 for $25 Worth of Food and Drinks for Two at Black Hole Beer Company

Black Hole Beer Company

Prescott

Pair porters, rye pale ales, and West Coast IPAs with jalapeño poppers, roasted beef sandwiches, baby kale salads, and giant pretzels

$25 $13

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Romantic Wine Tasting in Jerome for Two or Four at Echo Canyon Vineyard & Winery (Up to 52% Off)

Echo Canyon Vineyard & Winery

Jerome

Sample artisan cheeses, chocolates, and wines made with Arizona-grown grapes in the mountain-side mining town-turned-artist village

$57 $30

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Select Local Merchants

In their youth, Paul Fratella and Anthony Guerriero met as coworkers at a restaurant. They discussed their hopes of someday opening an eatery of their own. But as time went on, they drifted apart in life. Fratella continued along in the restaurant business, working at locations in Utah, Indiana, and Florida. Guerriero went on to work in refrigeration, and eventually traveled to Spain to study international business. And then, nearly two decades after their first pipe-dream discussions, they reconnected. With Guerriero’s business savvy and Fratella’s experience opening restaurants, the two finally had the blueprint that would breathe life into Caballero Grill.

Southwestern flavors give an edge to the eatery's American grill fare. Chefs cook steaks, burgers, and chicken breasts on a kettle grill fueled with pecan wood, which imbues each dish with a unique smoky flavor. A ceviche bar allows diners to customize their own selection of marinated fresh fish, and Sunday brunch sets out popular entrées alongside a seafood bar rich with shrimp and mussels. And though Fratella and Guerriero carefully curate their entire menu, one dish in particular holds a special place in the owners’ hearts, according to AZCentral.com. Manny’s empanadas, named for their late friend Manuel De Jesus Cabrera, commemorate their lost comrade with a recipe given to them by Manuel’s mother.

1800 N Litchfield Rd
Goodyear,
AZ
US

Saddle Ranch Chop House allows diners to put together a feast from a menu loaded with steaks and salads, then rock and ride with the restaurant's "rock meets Western" theme. Chow on a sizzling steak, such as the charbroiled, marble-cut rib eye ($24.99), or chomp into the pineapple teriyaki burger, served with a wasabi cream sauce ($11.99). To wash down a full order of barbecue baby back ribs ($21.99), take part in the Texas Tea Party, a stiff concoction of vodka, gin, rum, tequila, sweet-and-sour mix, and Coke. Saddle Ranch Chop House's seasoned chefs also cook breakfast and brunchy grub, such as cinnamon swirl Texas toast ($9.99) and buttermilk pancakes topped with fresh fruit ($8.99), until 3 p.m.

9375 W Coyotes Blvd
Glendale,
AZ
US

The Australian AZ Sports Bar welcomes patrons to a carefree world of flame-grilled burgers, spicy chicken wings, and meaty flatbread pizzas sided with pints of frosty beer and potent cocktails. Guests stop in early for breakfasts of buttermilk pancake stacks or biscuits and gravy, or pop in later for lunches and dinners of grilled chicken sandwiches, Angus-beef burgers topped with bacon, and fries cooked in duck fat.

As visitors drink and dine, 60 different screens broadcast professional football, hockey, basketball, and baseball games, as well as pay-per-view sports. In addition to typical American pub offerings, visitors find influences from Down Under throughout the restaurant, with a section of the menu devoted to Australian meat pies and sausage rolls, rugby games on TV, and bathroom sinks that drain counter-clockwise.

5830 West Bell Road
Glendale,
AZ
US

Though it may have "saloon" in its name, this Western-themed eatery is appropriate for all ages. The restaurant area is often filled with families dining on burgers, half-pound BLTs, and fresh smoked brisket, while a separate bar area is set aside for more adult pastimes, such as sipping beers and cocktails, listening to local bands, or jumbling up Scrabble tiles to invent new words. Chefs grill up 8 oz. filet steaks topped with garlic butter or Blue Moon-battered cod filets for diners, who cheer on the sports teams playing on the TVs scattered throughout the restaurant. They also serve up a wide range of appetizers, such as sweet corn fritters, beer battered onion rings, and Southern-style chili potato skins.

6751 North Sunset Boulevard
Glendale,
AZ
US

McFadden's Restaurant & Saloon, which now has locations from coast to coast, first opened its doors just a few blocks from Times Square in New York City in 1977. The founder, Steve McFadden, drew upon his Irish heritage when creating the menu and even incorporated his family's own shepherd’s pie recipe. Diners will also find international pub grub such as burgers, sandwiches, and hand-cut top sirloin to accompany the bar’s full selection of beers and cocktails. The atmosphere gets lively after dark here, as groups cheer on their favorite sports teams, shimmy to DJ-spun music, and perform round-off back-handsprings.

9425 West Coyotes Boulevard
Glendale,
AZ
US

Cheers Tavern’s interior glows with its baker’s dozen of 51-inch high-definition TVs and its gargantuan 80-inch LED high-definition TV, which contributes to the pub’s lively, neighborly setting where regulars cheer on stock-car races, football games, and other sporting events. A menu of pub food, including wings by the dozen and a deep-fried cheeseburger, pairs harmoniously with the eight draft beers that flow freely from Cheers' taps. Guests can throw darts or play pool to stoke their own competitive fires, or they can see who can shatter the most beer mugs with high notes during Ultimate Karaoke on weekends.

5915 W Bell Rd
Glendale,
AZ
US