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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. Don't forget to buy a few souvenirs from the counters.
Duce in downtown Phoenix, attempts to give patrons a walk down history lane with its prohibition theme. Located within a former warehouse on South Central Avenue, The Duce doubles up as a bar and restaurant with ease. Relish the meatball sliders and roasted ribs while sipping on the house special cocktail, the Moscow Mule. Performances of live bands and DJ nights are scheduled regularly on the makeshift stage. Karaoke, retro and live music makes the place a music haven. Check website for more.
Elvis didn't eat here, but he would have if he knew about it. This 50's diner is the ultimate American icon with its jukebox, vinyl-upholstered booths, sassy staff and classic American cuisine. With decor straight out of the fifties, you may want to grease back your locks or dig out your poodle skirt! Besides the burgers and shakes, you can order comforting entrees like open-faced turkey sandwiches, liver and onions, and meatloaf. Breakfasts also feature all-American staples like omelets, pancakes and even oatmeal. And, if you're a fan of cherry Cokes, this is one of the few places you'll still find them made-to-order, not out of a can.
Diners will enjoy this Western-theme mountaintop steakhouse at the Pointe South Mountain Resort. Besides good food, the restaurant features live country music for listening and dancing, and banquet facilities for up to 1,500. Ranch-style furnishings and cowboy memorabilia add to the casual, country atmosphere. Huge steaks include a 2-pound porterhouse. The menu says, "If you can eat this, we'll let you keep the knife."
As implied by its name, this cafe specializes in Bosnian cuisine. What's not so obvious from the outside is that within the tiny cafe-style restaurant you'll find a bit of Bosnia resting comfortably with no hint of pretense. The interiors are decorated so that you feel like you're dining in the old square of some village in Eastern Europe. The menu is expectedly chock full of authentic favorites like gyros, cevapi and the sweet baklava, served to perfection by the delightful owner. Drop by for a taste of Bosnian food and hospitality.