Comfort Suites at Metro Center
10210 N. 26th Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Phone: (602) 861-3900
Fax: (602) 861-9300
10210 N. 26th Dr., Phoenix, AZ, US, 85021
- Phone: (602) 861-3900
- Fax: (602) 861-9300
Bars & Cafes
If you are in North Phoenix and looking for an upscale hangout to nestle a few cocktails and dance, then head to the 99 Degrees Lounge. This lounge club is located inside the Crowne Plaza North hotel and is host to DJ nights on weekends, where hip hop music is the norm. Head to the dance floor with friends or enjoy a nice Mexican meal with margaritas. A must visit while in Phoenix.
Tim Finnegan's Irish Restaurant and Pub is truly magical. It serves a fine selection of beer along with tasty food that will leave you pining for more. However, what is most popular here are the happy hours from 4p to 7p daily and the events that take place from time to time. With quiz nights, karaoke and gigs, you have a lot of things to do. Take your friends along and make full use of the extensive spirits and wine menu. There is a kids' special menu too, so that your children are not left out. With excellent service and a fun atmosphere, you are truly in for a good time.
O'Connor's is your friendly neighborhood Irish pub that gives you wholesome entertainment along with an extensive selection of drinks. Guinness Stout, Smithwicks Irish Ale and the special Dogfish Punkin Ale will warm you from within. With free WiFi, no cover charge, large screens and draught beers, O'Connor's is the perfect place to hangout. They offer discounted rates during football matches. Do pick up some souvenirs from the pub store. The pub wears its Irish theme on its sleeve as can be seen in its traditional Irish decor and Irish music playing in the background.
This place features thirty-one regulation-sized tables and a few coin-operated. Other amusements include a huge bar, video games, dartboards and shuffleboard. Fifteen televisions glare down from the walls, with two big screen sets in the dining area. Pub food is available, mostly hamburgers and sandwiches. Thursday night is skirts night; anyone wearing a skirt shoots free pool all night.
Q-Lounge could have been passed off as just another nightclub if not for the spacious, dual dance floors, electrifying music and the nightly events. Located in North Pheonix, the club covers a variety of dance music ranging from Latin to hip hop. If you are in a group and looking for edge while partying, then opt for the VIP spaces and bottle service. Order a round of shots and let the music move you; don't forget to call ahead and reserve your spot.
This busy little cafe-style sports grill offers a hometown ambiance. Featuring 10 pool tables and a full bar, this dimly lit cafe's walls are lined with booths. Come as you are; you'll find this a casual spot for a bite of lunch with gracious service. Choose from the award-winning chicken wings (from mild to homicide-hot, served by the dozen with ranch dressing and celery). Other selections from the menu include hot sandwiches, fries and salads. Its delivery radius runs from Cactus to Northern, north and south, and Seventh avenue to Interstate-17 on the east and west borders. Note that this business does not accept checks.
This local tavern draws customers of all ages and musical inclinations. While the place has a Western feel about it, the Karaoke singers belt out tunes varying from Neil Diamond to Ozzy Osbourne three nights a week. The other four nights, a DJ plays a mean house mix of oldies, classic rock, and a few country tunes. Three dartboards provide practice for the neighborhood dart league. Sunday nights sizzle with the steak grilling party. Food is not available at all other times. Bring cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
This watering hole on North 35th Avenue is the local sports/dive/Irish bar. Open throughout the day, come to O'Brien's to cure your hangover or get one. Complete with pools, darts, video games and TVs, you will always have something to do apart from enjoying the pints and grub. The atmosphere is friendly and warm.
A regular dive bar the place is equipped with two pool tables and a jukebox that plays punk rock. Local and touring bands come to play mostly punk music. The drinks come in plastic cups but they are really cheap and served by the tattooed bartenders! The crowd is not very upmarket for that same reason (don't come here expecting wine and caviar).
Westwood Tap and Grill is the epitome of neighborhood bars, with pool tables, dartboards and bartenders who know all the customers by name. The menu includes breakfast and burgers. Choose from the interesting selection of lesser-known beers or order one of the familiar giants. There are a few tables about, but mostly everyone crowds the bar. Occasionally, the weeknights feature karaoke.
Twist the night away at this rocking 50s dance club. The DJ spins a mean mix of music from the 50s through the 70s interspersed with Karaoke. Great drink specials are offered every night, and dance contests every weekend award prizes for best Jitterbug, Twist, Limbo and Dirty Dancing. Monday nights are reserved for football with a free food buffet. Pictures of James Dean and Marilyn Monroe hang between shots of beautiful vintage cars. The DJ spins his tunes from the back of a pink Cadillac parked on the dance floor. Life Magazine covers from the 50s and 60s cover one full wall, and there are a couple dartboards and some dart supplies in one corner. Bring cash. Credit cards are not accepted.
For smooth and flavorful puffs of hookah smoke, head to the Casablanca Hookah Lounge on West Peoria Avenue. Located within a strip mall, the lounge may come across as just another hookah smoking joint at first. However, it's list of more than 100 blended flavors will definitely take anyone by surprise and make them come back each time to try out different flavors. One can start off with the local favorite - Captain America, which is a blend of blueberry mint, White Peach tobacco and Strawberry, and enjoy the vivacious club dance music churned out by the resident DJ. Open till 2a everyday, the Casablanca Hookah Lounge is a favorite haunt for the students and the young crowd.