Copper Blues is a sleek rock bar downtown Phoenix. Featuring live music, an impressive selection of more than 60 tap beers, good food and an amazing outdoor patio on the second floor, this venue is one of the most popular destinations in the city.
At Geisha A Go Go, enjoy not only the tastes of Japan but also have fun experiencing the one of the most popular aspects of Japanese pop culture - karaoke! The arrangements for karaoke are rather extravagant with entire rooms being available for rent by the hour. For bites, enjoy some of the best sushi in town. Happy Hours on the cocktails and drinks fuel the rest of your evening. So for great time in the city, try Geisha A Go Go.
Running out of ways to spice up your nightlife? Then head to Pub Rock Nightclub for a new level of clubbing and entertainment experience. With hip live music buzzing from hi-tech sound systems, this place creates the perfect mood to socialize and lounge around. While your friends are busy with the rock jukebox, you can try your hand at pool, dart boards, foosball, shuffleboard or NTN Trivia. And if you think you or your mates can play better music, get up to the stage on Mondays for Open Mic Nights.
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.
This iconic Phoenix watering hole is an institution unto itself. The Rips Bar is known for it's friendly, good lookin' bartenders, strong drinks and divey atmosphere. More than just your average dive bar, Rips hosts live music and DJ's throughout the week that always seems to get patrons on their feet dancing. Patrons are usually from all walks of life, hipsters, eclectic locals, to young professionals.
Located on North Central Avenue in North Phoenix, Kobalt is a popular karaoke bar and nightclub catering to the city's fun-loving, after-work crowd. Music videos continuously play on Kobalt's big screen but if you happen to be here on a Tuesday or Sunday, then gulp down your drink and choose from a collection of karaoke tunes to belt out. Let the wonderful cocktails be your fuel as you walk up to the stage and let loose. The gay-friendly bar welcomes everyone looking for a great night out with Friday night happy hours considered to be the best in town.
Even though former Phoenix Suns star Dan Majerle is no longer a part of the franchise, his legacy lives on in his eponymous restaurant. It is usually crowded before, during and after Suns games. At lunch, it's also popular with downtown businessmen. Housed in the oldest commercial building in downtown Phoenix, the interior has the feel of a contemporary sports bar. The fare is mainly sandwiches, burgers and a few hot entrees.
A popular local hangout, Catalina Sports Bar and Grill is well-known for hosting rocking karaoke nights. An excellent selection of food and spirits provide fuel for the evening, while nightly events ranging from DJ nights to live music, promise a fun-filled time even when there are no sports. Smokers will find solace in the superb outdoor patio; a good spot to hangout.