Phoenix's platinum dining experience. Kevin Binkley is a creative, talented force tempered only by his often flawless execution.
Peerless cocktails in a plum setting, Jade Bar is one of the city's sharpest. Happy hour is nice, superior bar grazing an added plus, but it's the gifted drink menu that pulls ultimate weight.
Atmosphere and unique bones make Sidebar golden. Aloft its second-floor perch, skyline views and 7th Avenue buzz give this watering hole reasons to return. Cocktails, suitable.
Monotone and spare, Hanny's generates its charisma from the intentionally cold, low-key details. Superior, wallet-friendly bar food served alongside some of Downtown's better cocktails.
Bucket-list worthy, FnB is unassuming, lively and ridiculously good.
Come for the Cowboy Ribeye, stay for the cocktails. Booze-ly bookworm, mixologist Trudy Thomas and her team craft serious spirits in a handsome atmosphere. Happy hour: one of the best values in town.
Stiff spirits, red meat worth a detour. Old, classic Phoenix done well.
Inherently Phoenix, a true local classic. The historic Royal Palms is easily one of the most stimulating, intimate resort experiences in town.
Drink options are straightforward; food is adequate. It's Casey Moore's atmosphere and crowd however, that make it one of the best bars in Arizona, let alone the Phoenix area. Comfortable, lively.
Selena DeMarco, best cuts in town. This is my referral.
Good food, good people. One of the best 'hood spots in radius of miles. Fast-casual breakfast/ lunch, table service for dinner. Decent happy hour often boasting live music. Rotating daily specials.