Popular Bars & Clubs in Tucson
A great neighborhood bar, the full menu includes an all-you-can-eat fish fry on Fridays and all-you-can-eat fried chicken on Sundays ($9.99, including fries and coleslaw).
With nearly 100 varieties of beer from all over the globe, it's easy enough to just focus on the brews and the ensuing party. But there are real standouts on the English-style pub's food menu too.
One of our more upscale nightclubs, Level asks you to dress up and dance.
Every day is a special day at the Unicorn, ranging from free chili dogs on Thursdays to burger nights on Tuesdays. While it's billed a sports joint, you don't find the howling and screaming of most sports bars. The "lounge" part of the name is more accurate, with comfy furniture and laid-back competitions like darts, pinball and pool.
This authentic Irish pub offers foot stomping, beer guzzling good times whether you're gulping down a pint o' Guinness or knocking back a flaming Harry Potter shot.
There's something happening every night at the Music Box, a nice little neighborhood lounge with a good crowd and friendly staff.
One of those rare places that focuses equally on bar and restaurant, Terraza is an excellent, affordable option for getting that resort feel without the resort prices.
The Cow Pony Bar has been serving up heapin' fun for the past half-century.
Bob Dobbs' is a great hangout for UA folk, from students to professors as well as anyone wanting to watch the current Wildcat game.