Bars in Scottsdale

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Though hardly Margaritaville, Scottsdale is a town where tequila is served in flights. Restaurants like the Mission offer menus filled with margarita... Read More

Though hardly Margaritaville, Scottsdale is a town where tequila is served in flights. Restaurants like the Mission offer menus filled with margarita variations, including ones that incorporate jalapeño, cilantro, and avocado. For every refined restaurant cocktail lounge, like the martini-centric AZ 88, there are rowdier alternatives. The Entertainment District is filled with mega dance clubs and music venues where visitors can toss one or two back. Honky-tonk beer-and-shot bars, such as the classic Handlebar J and the flashy Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, are a nod to the saloons of the Old West, with country music and line dancing

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  • Coach House

    Locals love the Coach House for it unpretentious beer-and-shot mentality and low prices—a sign over the patio service bar reads “Credit Card Minimum $8.... Read More

  • Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row

    The country music superstar's foray into nightlife entrepreneurship has produced three Phoenix area locations dedicated to the proposition of the modern... Read More

  • HandlebarJ

    Handlebar J bills itself as Scottsdale’s last authentic Western-style steakhouse and saloon, and it’s hard to argue with that assessment. Since 1966,... Read More

  • Kazimierz World Wine Bar

    Serious wine lovers will appreciate Kazimierz’s wine cellar appearance, with polished concrete floors and a cave room with rock walls. It shares the... Read More

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