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  • Jeffry Scott/Arizona Daily Star

From left: Kelli Reid, Amanda Ramion and Kristen Bare dance at Coconuts at 296 N. Stone Ave. Closed in 2006.

  • Chris Richards / Arizona Daily Star

Sean Bradian, bartender at Plush, on 4th Ave, makes a martini, Thursday evening, March 4, 2004. Closed in 2014.

A bottle shop at the front of the restaurant lets you take your brews home. 

  • Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star 2004

For every UA game, The Depot Sports Bar at 3501 E. Fort Lowell Road pours $2 pints of Pabst Blue Ribbon, Rolling Rock and Natural Light. Hungr…

  • Arizona Daily Star / 2007

You can sidle up to a horseshoe-shaped bar at the Saddlehorn, 6300 E. Tanque Verde Road, enjoy the steak night deal, be surrounded by country …

  • Arizona Daily Star / file

Little changed since the 1940s? Check. Wood-paneled walls, neon beer signs and a jukebox? Of course. Nondescript air in a mainly industrial ar…

  • Arizona Daily Star / file

The karaoke on the inside looks perfectly normal at Shooter's Steakhouse & Saloon at 3115 E. Prince Road. But the outside, with its Morocc…

  • Arizona Daily Star / file

The Shelter opened in 1961 and bills itself as a "Go-Go Boot Wearing, Martini Drinking, Swanky, Groovy Lounge." So of course, the Kennedy bros…

  • Greg Bryan / Arizona Daily Star

Kristy Putman and Mike Iqbal laugh over beers at No Anchovies, 870 E. University, in 2005.

Once-popular college hot spot near UA features memorabilia.

Downtown restaurant morphs into bar at night.

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PRESCOTT - State police have taken over an investigation into an alleged Prescott bar assault involving law enforcement officers who belong to…

  • Arizona Daily Star

It will be an all out beer brawl as local breweries square off at Hotel Congress’ inaugural Born & Brewed: Tucson’s Beer Cup, Sept. 21.


Kristina Valencia, left, and Chellie Krajnak are two of the owners of Creative Juice Bar, which offers acrylic painting classes along with a g…

  • David Sanders/Arizona Daily Star

There are ventures like Creative Juice Art Bar on the East Coast and in Denver and Scottsdale.

  • David Sanders/Arizona Daily Star

Creative Juice - part studio, part bar - offers painting classes with wine. It also has this small consignment shop with pieces from local artists.

  • Kristen Cook

Sometimes, it takes a little juice to get the creativity flowing. That's why painting classes at Creative Juice Art Bar include a glass of wine along with the canvas and art lesson.


Get creative juices flowing before painting at Creative Juice Bar.

  • Jim Davis / Arizona Daily Star file

Sales taxes paid to the state by businesses were down more than 15 percent in September from the same month last year, the Arizona Department …