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If you're looking to relax in a comfy atmosphere after a busy day of downtown sightseeing or shopping and dining on Fourth Avenue, make sure to visit Che's Lounge. The selection of beers, both domestic and imported, is excellent, including Guinness and Bass from the tap. The wine list is quite extensive, featuring a good sampling of Chilean wines as well as Chardonnays and Merlots from California and France, and a glass of house wine is offered at a very reasonable price. Live musical entertainment featuring local bands is provided every Friday and Saturday nights and there's never a cover charge.
The Sky Bar lounge is not located in the air, but the club is completely solar-powered and that's what makes it impressive. The same owner of this casual lounge owns Brooklyn Pizza next door which means that you can order a pie and have it delivered to your table with your cocktail. The space inside the bar is modern, with exposed brick behind the bar, stainless steel appliances and dim lighting. During the day, the space reverts to a cafe, but at night you can dance the night away to DJs and drinks.
The Hut is where you can shelter yourself from everything bothersome. It provides a cozy space to relax all by yourself or with a mob of friends rioting in the pumping music. The drinks served at the bar are good and with one in tow an evening can be well spent listening to some rocking performances. The line up includes local musicians as well as international names who perform every evenings here.
Hookah lounges seem to be in every corner of the country, from swank Manhattan ones to smaller, low-key places like this one in Tucson. Royal Hookah is located on 4th Avenue, right in the heart of the shopping district and a convenient spot for university students which make up the majority of the crowd. The menu consists of an innumerable amount of flavors, try ones like Blueberry Muffin, Kiwi, Passion Fruit Mojito, the list goes on-and-on. Most of the material consumed is herb based shisha sans tobacco and though the bar does not serve alcohol, the teas available are outstanding.
If cocktails and karaoke sound like your kind of night, R Bar is just the place for you. Touted as one of the best alley bars in Tucson, R Bar specializes in crafting flavorful and delicious cocktails. Apart from that, their bar menu also includes a decent selection of draft beers, bottled beers, and wines for you to enjoy. Embellished in bright hues of red and fascinating murals, visiting this bar is definitely a unique and a memorable experience. If you go in a little early, you can manage to grab a great deal during the happy hours.
They call themselves the "World's Darkest Nightclub" and they're not referring so much to the lighting situation as to the prevalent aura. On the ground-floor of a 1920s-era hotel, the club has many vestiges of its historic past coupled with the dark and dank ambiance appropriate to its alternative concept. This funky spot features an eclectic array of live music, from acoustic to alternative dance, which is perfectly suited to its dramatically diverse and energetically eccentric clientèle.