From left: Kelli Reid, Amanda Ramion and Kristen Bare dance at Coconuts at 296 N. Stone Ave. Closed in 2006.
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.
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. Hungry Wildcat fans can also get a plate of two chili dogs with a side for $5. In addition to 20 TV's with several big screens, the bar also has volume con…
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 stars' portraits, and hear people retell an urban myth that the joint was once owned by John Wayne. But the Star has rated the saloon's cowpoke factor…
Little changed since the 1940s? Check. Wood-paneled walls, neon beer signs and a jukebox? Of course. Nondescript air in a mainly industrial area? You've got it at The Silver Room, 673 S. Plumer Ave.
The karaoke on the inside looks perfectly normal at Shooter's Steakhouse & Saloon at 3115 E. Prince Road. But the outside, with its Moroccan and Mediterranean archways and multiple domes, is a surprise; it was built as a 1972 Moroccan belly-dancing restaurant, El Jebala. The joint became…
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 are there. It's at 4155 E. Grant Road.
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.
PRESCOTT - State police have taken over an investigation into an alleged Prescott bar assault involving law enforcement officers who belong to a motorcycle club.
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 glass of wine.
There are ventures like Creative Juice Art Bar on the East Coast and in Denver and Scottsdale.
Creative Juice - part studio, part bar - offers painting classes with wine. It also has this small consignment shop with pieces from local artists.
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.
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 of Revenue says.