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The 10 Best Bars In The Biltmore District, Phoenix

The 10 Best Bars In The Biltmore District, Phoenix
The bar scene in the Biltmore district of Phoenix is growing at a rapid pace. With new inventive ideas and sleek spaces, the competition for great bars has been heightened. Read our guide to the 10 best bars in The Biltmore District, Phoenix.
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Postino Arcadia Winecafe

Postino Arcadia Winecafe has been serving quality wine for the past decade. Postino sits in the renovated Arcadia Post Office and features a hand-carved wood wine wall, communal dining spaces, garage doors and a candlelit patio.

Address & phone number: 3939 E Campbell Ave Phoenix, AZ 85018, (602) 852-3939

District American Kitchen and Wine Bar

Restaurant, American, $$$
This elegant eatery located in the Sheraton hotel offers a comfortable atmosphere with stylish decor. The bar contains domestic beers on draft, a good size wine list, mixed drinks, and locally produced microbrews. Happy Hour at District is a bargain, with beer and wine half of its original price. District can also accommodate private parties and offers free parking.
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Alice Cooperstown

Alice Cooperstown offers customers quality product and a great atmosphere. The tap list is constantly rotating, which offers customers a wider variety of beer. Patrons can find rock music being played throughout their stay and the walls are covered with gold records, platinum records, and other music memorabilia. Alice Cooperstown is in a prime location, with Chase Fields and US Airways Arena just a short walk away. Alice Cooperstown also offers affordable food and is famous for its two foot hotdog.

Address & phone number: 101 E Jackson St Phoenix, AZ 85004, (602) 253-7337

Arcadia Tavern

Bar, Pub Grub, American, $$$
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Arcadia Tavern is the ideal crowd-friendly bar. Arcadia offers patrons a video gaming area equipped with a Wii and Xbox, you can find a sporting event on one of the numerous TVs, and there’s a regular Happy Hour. On Saturdays Arcadia Tavern has additional deals on drinks and food and offers their signature Bloody Mary. Arcadia Tavern has multiple domestic beers on draft and patio seating is available during the warmer months.
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Hanny’s

Located in a former department store, Hanny’s delivers hand crafted cocktails with expertise, and puts an emphasis on style with trendy appliances and a modern decor. The atmosphere at Hanny’s is electric and it is most crowded on Friday nights or after six on Thursdays. Hanny’s offers champagne, beer, and wine, but its strength lies in its cocktails, with their Moscow Mule a crowd favorite.

Address & phone number: 40 N 1st St Phoenix, AZ 85004, (602) 252-2285

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Belvedere American Bar & Grill

Bar, American
A truly casual experience can be found at Belvedere American Bar & Grill. Located in the DoubleTree suites, Belvedere is best for a midday sit down. Outdoor seating is available during the warmer months and a diverse food menu is also offered. Belvedere carries domestic brews on tap as well as microbrews from the Phoenix area. Be sure to try one of their handcrafted cocktails.
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O.H.S.O. Eatery + nanoBrewery

O.H.S.O. is one of the premiere destinations for craft brew lovers in Phoenix. O.H.S.O offers outdoor patio seating that is also pet friendly, and their list of beer is extensive, with local and national brands of craft beer in addition to their in-house brewed ale. The atmosphere is exciting and the open layout is best for large groups. O.H.S.O. also offers dog treats and water bowls for those who bring their canine along.

Address & phone number: 4900 E Indian School Rd Phoenix, AZ 85018, (602) 955-0358

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