Nightlife in Catalina Foothills

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By hosting haunted houses and spooky events, The Slaughterhouse has raised more than $40,000 for organizations such as the American Diabetes Association. Visitors interested in befriending the venue’s mischievous specters can embark on ghost tours, which explore the premise’s haunted depths. Alternatively, on-the-go partiers can select from a rental fleet of trailers packed with haunted-house-style frights or sound-system-equipped hearses, ideal for proving coolness to judgmental teenage vampires.

1102 W Grant Rd.
Tucson,
AZ
US

Reviving jaded posses of Tucson tongues with its traditional cuisine, La Fuente Restaurant is a Southwestern outpost for friendly service and live-strummed dinner music. The vast menu offers shareable starters such as the sour cream-flanked cheese quesadillas ($8.99), as well as hearty specialties like the mole poblano, a chicken breast simmered in the semisweet chocolate-chili sauce that cowboys once used primarily as mustache wax ($16.99). Dinner combos eliminate the burden of choice and are served in full-flavored configurations like beef taco, beef tamale, and cheese enchilada ($11.99), or a small eatable army of beef or chicken gorditas ($11.99). Meat-free options abound for green-mouthed plantavores and include a veggie burrito ($12.99) and spinach enchiladas ($11.99 for two).

1749 N Oracle Rd
Tucson,
AZ
US

Raising their jokes on a steady diet of worldly observation and offbeat experiences, Laffs' seasoned yuckwranglers re-release laughter into its natural habitat during their weekly standup spectacles. Guffaw-seeking guests are strapped into a pair of preferred seats before being buffeted by buffoonery as Laffs buses in an invigorative mix of nationally recognized comedians and promising local talent. Join in jesterly jabs during performances from pedigreed jokesters, including Joey Medina of the Original Latin Kings of Comedy (February 18–19) and Last Comic Standing competitor Dave Landau (March 4–5), or snicker intently through Kevin Jordan's tales of life as an L.A. police officer during the city's tumultuously delicious 2003 waffle riots (February 25–26). Check out the schedule for a full list of available show times.

2900 E Broadway Blvd.
Tucson,
AZ
US

Café Jasper was reviewed by Tuscon Weekly. While some customers are mixed on service, reviewers praise the café's brunch and say the food is fresh. TripAdvisors give it an average of 3.5 owl eyes and eight Yelpers give it a 3.5-star average.

6370 N Campbell Ave
Tucson,
AZ
US

Rhino Pub welcomes ravenous revelers with a spacious, sports-centric atmosphere and an appetite-appeasing menu stocked with mouth-watering grub and energizing coffee drinks. Twenty-four beers on tap paired with the luminous glow of 12 TVs attract suds-loving sports fans, and Tuesday's karaoke and Thursday's live music lure a mix of singers, dancers, and the occasional lonely tambourinist. Customers can take an entertainment break and quell carnivorous yens with a bacon cheeseburger, served with a choice of fries or tots ($7.95), or replenish dance tanks with a 16 oz. cappuccino ($3.25). Rhino Pub's inviting atmosphere sports neon lounge lights, long black high-top tables, and free WiFi, making it the ideal place to flirt with a like-minded super-fan or exchange romantic emails with the cute laptop across the bar.

1118 E 6th St
Tucson,
AZ
US

. Fred Astaire Dance Studios has found a home in

Arizona for the past 46 years and is continuing to grow. Our studio offers all kinds of dance instruction - from ballroom to country western to salsa to nightclub dancing - for all ages and abilities through private, group, and practice lessons.

4960 N Sabino Canyon Rd
Tucson,
AZ
US