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424 N. Fourth Ave.Tucson, AZ 85705
The music on a given night can be anything from live punk rock to DJ'ed goth dance, and the Wench is also home to Black Cherry Burlesque.
4625 E. BroadwayTucson, AZ 85711
Walking across the "bridge" to the doors of Kon Tiki, you see the words, "Welcome to Paradise." Indeed. A mix of campy cool and history—it opened in 1963—it's the oldest Polynesian restaurant in town and a bar with a drink menu that's three pages long.
350 N. Fourth Ave.Tucson, AZ 85705
When you can put a highball into a pint glass, why not? This could be one reason why this small bar in the heart of Fourth Avenue is always so packed, but we can offer several others.
4155 E. Grant RoadTucson, AZ 85712
The Shelter Cocktail Lounge sign promises it's a "go-go boot-wearing, martini drinking, swanky, groovy lounge." The sign doesn't lie.
260 E. Congress St.Tucson, AZ 85701
Neighborhood: Congress Street
The District hops with a very hip vibe that maintains down-to-earth roots. Helping fuel this are reasonably priced drinks, a solid jukebox and a crowd that's a mix of downtown’s artistic denizens, overflow from live shows at the Rialto and Congress, and college coeds.
Best of Metromix Tucson 2010
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