15 bars to check out in downtown Phoenix after a sports game

Posted at 10:30 AM, Apr 25, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-25 17:43:57-04

Downtown Phoenix is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks, Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, Arizona Rattlers and dozens of concerts and festivals throughout the year!

If you're looking to continue the fun and festivities after a day at the ballpark, here are 15 bars within walking distance of Chase Field to check out.

Scroll down to check out the list (in no particular order):


Because it is located directly across from the entrance gates at Chase Field, Game Seven Grill is the closest option! You may even have stopped there to grab a drink before the game. The bar and grill is only open during home games -- three hours before first pitch and 90 minutes after the game. Game Seven has a large outdoor patio with picnic tables and outdoor games. View website.

IF YOU GO: Chase Field, 401 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004.


The Duce is an abandoned warehouse-turned-restaurant, bar, soda fountain, vintage market and workout facility! It's a relaxed and casual, albeit cool spot to hang out. In the courtyard, you can order sliders, mac-and-cheese muffins and other easy bites from a revamped trailer, and then grab a sweet cocktail from the bar. It was also featured on Guy Fieri's "Diners,Drive-Insand Dives." View website.

IF YOU GO: 525 S. Central Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85004.


The Park is an 11,000-square-foot concept that serves food from the menus of several Valley food trucks. There is a large bar, outdoor patio, a stage for live music and a wall of taps where you can pour your own brew  View website.

IF YOU GO: 3 S. Second Street, Phoenix AZ 85004.


Copper Blues refers to itself as a "rock pub and kitchen." The casual bar serves elevated pub fare from its second-floor restaurant at CityScape in downtown Phoenix. The menu has small bites such as warm pretzel sticks, steak bites and nachos, as well as full-order salads, pizza and burgers. The kicker is its daily Happy Hour from 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. View website.

IF YOU GO: 50 W. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85003.


Bar Bianco is a relaxed and intimate bar within The Thomas House, a 1909 house that was moved to Heritage Square during the 1980s. The bar serves seasonal cocktails, a few beers, wine and spirits. While you won't find a full food meu here, they do have some bar snacks. There is seating in the bar area, living room and outdoor patio. It is located next to Chris Bianco's Pizzeria Bianco. View website.

IF YOU GO: 623 E. Adams Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


Housed within The Luhrs Building, Bitter and Twisted is a premium cocktail lounge. They serve a variety of inventive cocktails in fun glasses, including tea cups, a bathtub, honey bottle and soda can. If you're hungry, food includes brisket tacos, green chili mac and cheese, Ramen burger, pork belly buns, among others. View website.

IF YOU GO: 1 W. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85003


The Rose and Crown is an English pub at Heritage Square in downtown Phoenix. It is housed within an intimate 1900s bungalow. The walls feature English decor and sports apparel. They have beers and cocktails. The menu features English-style fare like Shepherd's Pie, Bangers and mash, and fish and chips. They also have burgers, salads, sandwiches and bar-friendly appetizers. View website

IF YOU GO: 628 E. Adams Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


Blue Hound describes itself as an American gastropub. It's connected to the Hotel Palomar in downtown Phoenix, mere blocks away from Chase Field and Talking Stick Resort Arena. Blue Hound serves higher quality American fare. Bar snacks could be chile popcorn, short rib sliders, mac and cheese or blistered Shishito peppers. They serve quality cocktails, wines and beer. View website.

IF YOU GO: 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


Did you know Tilted Kilt is an Arizona-based bar? The headquarters is in Tempe. Tilted Kilt has a restaurant in downtown Phoenix at CityScape. Tilted Kilt has a relaxed atmosphere for the sports fan. There are multiple TVs. The menu has a lot of easy bar favorites from beer to burgers to wings, queso and nachos. View website.

IF YOU GO: 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


Lustre is an open-air, rooftop bar in downtown Phoenix. The outdoor lounge chairs and pool overlook Talking Stick Resort Arena and South Mountain. While the bar serves cocktails, wine and beer, the kitchen has hummus, nachos and loaded tots, flatbreads, salads and tacos. View website.

IF YOU GO: 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004



Not far from Chase Field is Alice Cooperstown, "where jocks and rock meet." Named after Arizona rocker Alice Cooper, the eatery is filled with rock-and-roll and sports memorabilia. The menu has a variety of burgers, sandwiches and comfort foods. Man vs. Food visited the restaurant and served "The Big United" hot dog. View website.

IF YOU GO: 101 E. Jackson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


If you're willing to walk a bit further, there are some more bars around town that are worth checking out.

  • Hanny's
  • Cobra Arcade
  • The Lost Leaf
  • Crescent Ballroom


After initially publishing our article, a few people let us know about some of their favorites that we missed!


Coach's Corner is a neighborhood sports bar across the street from Chase Field. It's actually right near the light rail stop. You've likely seen fans hanging out on the patio either before or after the game. They have more than a dozen beers on tap and the menu features everything from easy finger foods like mozzarella sticks and pretzel sticks to nachos, burgers, a Philly cheesesteak and salads. View website.

IF YOU GO: 333 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004


Willie's is neighbors to Coach's Corner Grill and is also located along the light rail platform. Since tacos are in the name, tacos are Willie's game. According to an online menu, Willie's has more than 10 tacos, including traditional and specialty. They also have burritos, burrito bowls and enchiladas. View website.

IF YOU GO: 333 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix AZ 85004