Crudo is one of the trendiest spots in Phoenix for cocktails, contemporary Italian cuisine and seafood. The menu is divided into sections including crudo featuring raw fish, cotto featuring cooked dishes, the mozza cheese menu and griglia grilled menu. Diners can choose to order a-la-carte or choose three, four or five course pricing options. The bar menu is full of incredible craft cocktails as well as an great wine selection.
There is an otherworldly charm in dining outdoors under the open sky, and that's exactly what Bliss ReBar offers within its shaded patio. Whether for an appetizing meal or simply to have a leisurely drink, the patio offers an exceptional ambiance. Choose from a menu of American favorites and an extensive list of wines, beers and cocktails. There are a lot of promotions and cheap deals on offer that give full value for money. Check website for more.
With over 1000 imported cigars, 600 beers and 350 single malt scotch brands, Magnum's offers their clientele a whole new experience in the world of indulgences. The exhaustive range of cigars, alcohol and tobacco on sale are a treat for connoisseurs. And for those who do not want to buy, there is an equally exhaustive list of cigars and alcohol on the menu to choose from. One can even get their cigar and drink combination selected by expert mixologists.
Ukiyo-e inspired paintings, dim lights, candlelights, Japanese decorative elements and wooden fixtures set the tone of this teppanyaki and sushi establishment. Osaka Japanese Steakhouse is one of the best in town to experience the teppanyaki style of cooking where the chef grills food in an iron griddle. Catch the chefs in action at your table where you will be entertained by their culinary flair and tasty delights. Start off with a Garlic Edamame, Dragon Scales or Pepper Ahi Tuna. Sushi lovers can indulge in their specialties such as Fat Boy, Rockstar, Pokemon, American Dream, Golden Spider and Pink Lady. Meat, seafood and vegetarian variants are offered in their teppan dishes. Round off with desserts like Tempura Ice Cream, Mochi Ice Cream and Key Lime Pie. Tipple on happy hours over a choice drink and tasty bar bites.
O.H.S.O. Eatery + nanoBrewery boasts of a range of home-brewed beers, as well as those sourced from famous breweries in the U.S. Their own brews include the O.H.S.O RB2, O.H.S.O Imperial IPA and O.H.S.O. Drunk Uncle Dunkle. You can also enjoy Myrcenary Double IPA from the Odell Brewery in Fort Collins, and Angry Orchard Cider from Boston Beer Corporation. There is a constant rotation of beers throughout the year and snacks such as garlic pesto hummus and shrimp ceviche are perfect matches with any of them.
Mother Bunch Brewing is a hip and lively brew pub located in Downtown Phoenix. This popular watering hole is well loved by locals due to its wide rotating selection of craft beers available on tap. Drop in early to grab a table or a seat by the bar, as it tends to get packed quickly. Enjoy items like sandwiches, burgers, salads and their specialty dishes like the Bacon Popcorn, Mini Beer Mac Trio, Tropical Spicy Shrimp and the Vegetable Pate; each item will accompany your beer perfectly.
Angels Trumpet Ale House is a haven for beer lovers and connoisseurs. The ale house features 31 taps, two of which are nitro-taps, which means that your beer is poured with 70% nitrogen and 30% CO2, resulting in a smoother, creamier beer. In fact, almost any beer can use this system to great effect. Angels Trumpet also features a full food menu of appetizers, various sandwiches, burgers and if you come on TV dinner night, you will receive a miniature five course meal. On any given night, you might find a Sloppy Joe w/ Cheddar and Fritos served alongside Broccoli au Gratin, Tater Tots, Macaroni Salad and Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie for example. Most come for the beer, but everyone always leaves surprised with the meal!
This LGBT friendly bar opened in 2013 and since its short-lived existence, it has garnered a tremendous amount of fanfare from locals. With strong drinks and outdoor patio, Stacy's provides everything you need for a night out. Throughout the space and on the aforementioned patio, the sound system is excellent which helps maintain the party vibe. Throughout the week there is always some type of event and the drink specials cannot be beat.
This restaurant housed inside a bizarre, anomalous Tahitian structured building is part of the urban renewal on Central Avenue. Built in 1965, the building housed an old rival to the Arby's fast-food chain and thankfully the owners of Hula's retained its distinct character when they renovated it and opened the restaurant. Inside, the island theme is present throughout, with Tiki idols and a retro chic that recalls 60's design and mid-century furnishings. The menu also follows Hawaiian style with Poké as one of the delectable starters, then Duke's Luau Pork Plate reigns supreme as an entree. Whatever you choose, the amount of options on both the lunch and dinner menus is enormous. The drink menu is extensive with options like the Mai-Tai, the Juan Ho Martini, the Lilikoi Margarita and many others, any one you choose is perfect, especially during the hot Arizona summers.