Hangouts, Bars & Saloons – AZ

Arizona

Tortilla Flats, Apache Junction

About:

The only bar in town. New owners with a huge interest in bikes. When the nice weather hits they will have street dance, food, and bike runs

General Directions To:

about 12 miles south of Augusta on 77 highway..14 miles east from derby ks. foot of the flint hills.


Jakes-O-Mine, Apache Junction

About:

Live rock-n-roll bands every Thurs.-Sat. Owners are bikers and great people.

General Directions To:

Just west old Ironwood on Apache Trail, south side of the road. www.jakes-o-mine.com/


Olde Tymers, Bisbee

About:

Old Tymers is owned by Charlie who is an olde tyme biker. This is a bar/restaurant which serves the best burgers in Cochise County. Set in Tombstone Canyon, There is usually entertainment on Saturday evenings and Sunday Afternoons. Charlie sometimes sets in on drums. Genuinely a great place to have a brew or enjoy a meal. On the weekend you will find many bikers enjoying the outside seating area.

General Directions To:

Take SR 90 through Sierra Vista to SR 80. Follow SR80 up and over the Mule Mountain pass, through the tunnel and take the Texas Canyon exit. Olde Tymers is located immediately past the copper miners statue on the right.


Sand Bar, Bullhead City

About:

Cozy lil bar with great gal bartenders and great burgers. A nice place to stop during the river run (end of apr)…say hello to chief beermeister “SANDY”.

General Directions To:

Located on main drag(hwy 95)..look for a yellow and black sign…everone thats a biker knows this bar in Bullhead…


Mad Dogs, Bullhead City

About:

great little bar–killer food and the coldest beer on (or off) the river–bike parking–

General Directions To:

from Laughlin, NV, cross the bridge to AZ, turn right–about 8 miles on theleft–


Hideaway, Cave Creek

About:

Great riding destination from all over AZ. Beers are cold & affordable. Women are beautiful and friendly. All makes of bikes are both welcomed/tolerated and the crowd gets along well. My favorite ride for a Sunday A.M.

General Directions To:

Cave Creek Road from Central Phx-N/e right to the driveway.


BUCKSKIN TAVERN, FREDONIA

About:

This place is the place to be if your in Madera or close to it. They have a live band Wed thru Sun, 3 Pool tables, Some hot chicks, And some not so hot chicks, Even some plain old sluts, Dart boards, Dance floor, And more.. Go check it out… If you ever drop in say Hi to Dave “The Owner” and say you heard about this place from the computer guy. ( Yea I know what is a computer nerd doing in a bar, TAKING MY BLOWN BIKE OUT FOR SOME AIR… 220+ Plus Horse Power

General Directions To:

Right off Hwy 99 take the downtown exit and go through town (doesn’t matter which way just head for the opposite end of town you came in on) It’s just about in the middle of town. Or take the exit by the fair grounds go east make a right on gateway then follow it down about 1 mile on the right. ” Cant’ miss it ”


Drift Inn Saloon, Globe

About:

Authentic old saloon is perfect day trip from Phoenix or Tucson. Serve great food.

General Directions To:

In Globe Historic District off Highway 60


The Spirit Room, Jerome

About:

Bands start at 2:00pm on WEEKENDS, when bikers from all over the state come to have a great time. Old & young, rich and poor…all party together. It’s a great time for everyone and a ride up the mountain you’ll never forget.

General Directions To:

On Highway 89A, right in the middle of town. Jerome is north of Prescott and south of Sedona. Lots of twisties and some of the best riding roads in the mountains. Views, views, views !!!!


Fireside Lounge, Kingman

About:

A workingman’s bar. Biker friendly.

General Directions To:

Just off Andy Devine. Turn at Napa auto parts.


The Outpost, Kingman

About:

Kilroy’s is a sponsor of the W.N.C. ( The Wednesday Night Crew ) We meet there every Wednesday night and do rides in the northern Va. and Washington D.C. area We ride to other bars and pubs. Our web-site is www.wncrew.org We raise money for childrens charities. This ride is open to everybody. Colors welcome.

General Directions To:

At Ravensworth Shopping Center at the corner of Braddock Rd. and Port Royal Rd. right by interstate 495 and Braddock Rd.


Maddogs Bar & Grill, Lake Havasu City

About:

Nice place to stop and see some good T&A! The beer is sometimes cold too! Tell e’m Tony sent ya.

General Directions To:

Route 17 South Lodi.


Circle S Saloon, Marana

About:

Biker friendly bar. Good people, and good food. Reserved bike parking right in front under a security camera.

General Directions To:

Both from I-10 northwest of Tucson: Take Trico-Marana Road (exit 226) west to Trico road. Turn south. Turn right on El Tiro, (just past Arizona Fuels). 1/2 mile down on the left. Look for sign. Or: Take Avra Valley Road (exit 242) west until you come to Trico Road on your right. If you think you are lost, keep going. Trico road is about 3 miles past the airport, which will be on your right. Turn right on Trico and go north to El Tiro, and turn left.


Thunder Pass, Mesa

About:

Ladies night and biker night every Thursday. Good people good times. All welcome.

General Directions To:

Main street just east of ellsworth rd. Exit on Ellsworth rd. North of Superstition freeway 3 miles to Main. Turn right on Main 1/2 block on the south side.


Spirits Bar and Grill, Mesa

About:

Thunder Pass is now Spirits Bar and Grill. Same location, great food and cold beer. Same owners(bikers) just a different name.

General Directions To:

Main street just east of ellsworth rd. Exit on Ellsworth rd. North of Superstition freeway 3 miles to Main. Turn right on Main 1/2 block on the south side.


Buffalo Wild Wings, Mesa

About:

wed nites bike nite with live music, theres always a shit load of bikers there

General Directions To:

on the corner of rainbow and oakey


Western Trails Ranch, Morristown

About:

Western Trails is a 12 acre outdoor biker-friendly bar. They offer breakfast, lunch & dinner Thurs – Sunday and will soon be having live music on the weekends. www.westerntrailsranch.com

General Directions To:

Hwy 10 West to 303 Loop North to US 60 East. Western Trails is on the left side about 10 miles before Wickenburg.


The Windy Mesa, Page

About:

Cool bar with great bands, karaoke, 4 pool tables, foos ball, pinball, video games, nightly drink specials, and two happy hours-9am-noon & 4pm-7pm. Coldest beer in town. Warmest bartenders. If you haven’t partied at the Windy, then you haven’t partied.

General Directions To:

Marriot entrance into Page from highway 89. Left at the first light.


Rhythm Room, Phoenix

About:

Great Local and national blues acts. Separate motorcycle parking close to the door.

General Directions To:

From I-10 Exit Indian School road. Also exit the Squaw Peak freeway at Indian School Road. Approximately 10th street and Indian School Road.


Johns watering hole, Phoenix

About:

Come check us out any time…If you want good cajun food then you need to be here on Sat. If you want the live music, It’s usually here on Sun. along with most of the bikes in the area. Someone is always there and I’ve grown to call these people family. We have the most diverse group of people in the area; some ride…some don’t…some fish or shrimp for a living…some are lawyers an doctors. We all get along because there is a respect for another man or woman who makes a living. We welcome anyone who stops by. This place is way out of anyone’s way and most people don’t want to come here, but we call it home.

General Directions To:

Get off of I10 on to I210. Exit on Lake south and go all the way (good distance) to the stop sign at a T in the road. Take a right (you should be on Lincoln) go, once again, to the T in the road. At that stop sign take a left (again going south).Keep going through the curves to the pontoon bridge (if you don’t know what that is, you’ll figure it out real fast)and about 1/8 of a mile after that you should see Freds Lounge on your right. Its a small bar with a boat launch and gravel parking lot, but it’s also a place to meet people with the same interests. Ride in and let’s ride!


Hardtails, Phoenix

About:

Good food & cold beer

General Directions To:

sw corner of 35th Ave and Bell Rd


Steel Horse Saloon, Phoenix

About:

The Steel Horse Saloon is the original bar for Motorcycle Enthusiast in Phoenix Arizona. It’s a meeting, eating, and party place for all types of riders and anyone who wants to have a good time. There is always something going on at this establlishment. We host many motorcycle runs and events. Check out “Events” for the next one! Browse through some of the photos of the events that we hold in the Photo section on this site.

Hungry? Swing by and check out Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner Menu. There is definitely something for everybody. Looking for some place to hold your charity fund raiser? Look no further, drop us an email to see how we can help. http://www.steelhorsesaloon.com Look around, have fun, and remember if you ever going through Phoenix, make the Steel Horse Saloon one of your stops.

General Directions To:

1768 West Bell Road

Off Hwy 17 go East on Bell Road to 17th Avenue

Right behind Jack-in-the-Crack


AMBER Inn Cocktail Lounge & Patio, Phoenix

About:

600 Sq Ft FULL Service Patio right next to the Bike Parking. It’s a Great Place for Runs or Meetings. And Farley McDavidson is there on Friday and Saturday nights with his decidedly off the wall DJ’ing of Karaoke and Classic Rock. Ask him about the “Camel Toe” video. Farley even raffles off Porn DVD’s to raise money for charity.

General Directions To:

It’s just a couple of miles west of I-17 on Dunlap Ave. at 4236 W. Dunlap Ave.


Pinon Pines, Prescott

About:

Don’t know why there are two incorrect listings for it.The streets it’s listed on don’t exist in this town.The food, music, and pool tables are correct and it’s great place. The oldest biker bar in northern Arizona.

General Directions To:

North on highway 89 from Prescott 5 miles east side of the road,off the highway about a hundred feet. Next to the porno shop.


The Apple Cafe, Scottsdale

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General Directions To:

101 and Raintree. Northsite Accross the street from the Gun Range


The Billet Bar, Scottsdale

About:

The place for cold beer and biker entertainment. Owned by renowned Myron Larrabee, this bar covers an entire corner. The Billet Bar is always very well stocked and tended by their friendly bartenders. The newly renovated patio is shaded by tropical trees and plants and cooled by the “Billet Breeze.” Outside on the patio you’ll find live music, billiard tables, a ping pong table, big screen televisions, their patio bar and the famous flaming billet booths. You can enjoy the shade, watch a game on big screens, eat lunch and have a cold drink with your friends. Once you’re cooled off, you can head out front and check out the other bikes that are parked next to yours, because you’re never the only biker there.

General Directions To:

2nd st. and Scottsdale Rd.


Black Cat Bar, Seligman

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General Directions To:

Located on Historic Route 66 between Kingman and Williams. Frendly folks.


Sorry Gulch Saloon, Sierra Vista

About:

Thursdays exotic dancer night. Fridays – Rock/Classic Rock Saturday – Country/Rock Home bar for Cochise Riders MC. Most bike nights the club sponsors are held here.

General Directions To:

SR 90 to Fry Blvd, east. 1 Light on the right. Next to the Enchanted Dragon Tattoo Parlor.


Los Hermanos, Superior

About:

A biker friendly Mexican restaurant with cheap breakfasts and dinners. Open from 6AM to 9PM. Full cocktail bar connected right next door. Also have a home made tortilla factory in the back. Great to take some back home. A nice 40mi. ride out of Mesa Az. into a few mountain twisties.

General Directions To:

835 Highway 60, Superior Arizona, 85273. Head East on Highway US 60 through Gold Canyon and up into Superior. Only about a mile down on the right hand side into the city limit next to the rest stop.


Tumbleweed, Toltec

About:

Roll on in to the “WEED” for great drink specials, live music on Friday nights, Thursday night pool tournaments, Monday Darts. Back patio for events, Great fun, good people and a nice ride.

General Directions To:

Located half way between Phoenix and Tucson off I-10. Take the Toltec exit 203 North 1 mile to Hwy 84 (Jimmy Kerr Blvd) turn right and go 1/8 mile to the Big sign that says it all “COCKTAILS”.


Big Nose Kates, Tombstone

About:

More of a tourist joint but i think that you will enjoy. Period costumes, colorful locals.

General Directions To:

Center of town


Tin Top, Tonopah,

About:

Four way stop with nuthin’ but a nuclear power plant close by. Right out of the old west! Usually hot bands, bikes right out front, and everyone is friendly!

General Directions To:

South of I-10, 40 mi west of PHX on Salome Rd. Also called Wintersburg. Near Palos Verdes Nuclear Plant. Pay no attention to the bartender that glows in the dark!


Peppers, Tucson

About:

Why not stop? They got beer.

General Directions To:

N Wilmot Road, North of 22nd St. On the left side.


Bashful Bandit, Tucson

About:

Charity Runs Monthly. Annual Potluck Dec 17. Nice Happy Hour, good drink prices, great bartenders.

General Directions To:

I-10 East to Speedway Exit. Forward to Dodge and Speedway. Address is 3686 E Speedway.


Branding Iron North, Tucson

About:

Cold Beer! Great Bartenders!!Bike night every Wednesday with Free Food! Saturday lingerie night!

General Directions To:

Just a few blocks east of I-10 on Ruthrauff! Branding Iron North Bar 2660 W Ruthrauff Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705 (520) 293-7300


The Outpost, Valle Vista

About:

Biker Friendly

General Directions To:

Aprox. 15 miles east of Kingman (on old Hwy. 66) just past Valle Vista turn off.


downtown Williams, Williams

About:

35 miles west of Flagstaff on I-40–most biker friendly town in AZ–great steaks at Rods and the Sultana Bar–Ice cold beer at the Sultan and Canyon club–(goats head hangout)–don’t miss the fish tacos at Pancho’s

General Directions To:

I-40 35 miles west of Flagstaff–either of the two exist will loop you through town–1 way in, and 1way out–


Stumble-In Tavern, Yuma

About:

Friendly little roadside bar serves beer and beer, biker friendly, including patches all welcome neutral zone. Frequent stop for local poker runs.

General Directions To:

take the 16th st. exit travel east past Pacific avenue, bar is located 1/4 mile on the northside of the road next to wild west motor sports.


8th street bar, yuma

About:

local biker hangout, prison run sponsor, hot bartenders and have your balls rolled for a chance to win a 5 cent drink or the jackpot cost just 50 cents.

General Directions To:

exit highway 95 south to ave. a turn right and proceed to the next light which is eighth st. hook a left, go two blocks and it on the left. bikes park right at the front door.

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