Get ready to discover a whole new Scottsdale after dark! From happy hour hot spots and sophisticated wine bars to chic lounges and high-energy dance clubs, Scottsdale has you covered with varied nightlife options that are sure to please. For the highest concentration of after-hours action, head to Old Town where more than 100 restaurants, bars and nightclubs await.
Start your night on the town with drink specials and nicely priced apps! Hula’s Modern Tiki in Old Town offers island-inspired munchies starting at $3 and specials on signature cocktails like the Tropical Itch, Pink Bikini Martini and Tiki Bastard. Other happy hour hot spots include Cien Agaves Tacos & Tequila, Olive & Ivy and Second Story Liquor Bar.
Sample local and international brews along Old Town Scottsdale’s ale trail. Sip Coffee & Beer House features brews from Papago Brewing in Scottsdale and Cartel Coffee Lab, a coffee roaster and brewer in Tempe and Scottsdale. Still more sudsy fun awaits at Two Brothers Brewing, Brat Haus and Bad Water Brewing.
It’s late (really late) and you’re hungry. Where do you go? In Scottsdale, you’ve got plenty of options. Pig & Pickle’s late night menu (10 p.m. – 1 a.m.) includes the Apocalypse Sow ground pork burger, Udon Noodles with peanuts, and Buffalo Pork Wings with blue cheese crumbles. Over at AZ/88, the full menu of upscale pub grub, including their famous Hell’s Fire Chips, is available until 12:30 a.m. And at Kazimierz world wine bar, you can enjoy small plates until midnight. Choose from artisan flatbreads, creamy fondues and Pulled Pork Sliders.
For the highest concentration of nightclubs in one area, head to Old Town's Entertainment District. Located on the southeast corner of Scottsdale and Camelback roads near the W Hotel Scottsdale, this compact district offers plenty of options for dining, drinking and dancing, including The Mint Ultra Lounge, Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row, Hi Fi Kitchen & Cocktails and Cake.
If you’re looking for nightlife with a Country Western flair, pay a visit to Old Town's Rusty Spur Saloon. The Spur offers live music seven nights a week plus a cozy dance floor for two-stepping. Also in Old Town, Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row serves up great cocktails and live music with a contemporary country feel. And just a few minutes north of Old Town, Handlebar J satisfies your yen for great country music with the Herndon Brothers Band and free dance lessons every Wednesday evening.
Browse the galleries of the Old Town Arts District during the free Thursday-night ArtWalk. Galleries stay open late (7 p.m. to 9 p.m.) and offer special exhibitions, artist receptions and live music.