Sports Bars & Grills

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ALICE COOPER’STOWN Rock ’n’ roll and sports mem­o­ra­bilia, a wall of game-tuned tele­vi­sions, a beer gar­den with a stage, and sub­stan­tial, car­niv­o­rous fare. Three blocks from Chase Field and across the street from US Air­ways Cen­ter. www.al­ice­coop­er­stown.com. 101 E. Jack­son St., 602.253.7337. BLUE 32 SPORTS GRILL Tons of TVs— each sep­a­rately tun­able, to in­dulge var­i­ous team al­le­giances—and a menu that goes be­yond wings and beer. www.blue32s­ports­grill.com. Lo­ca­tions in­clude: Arte­sia, 7243 N. Scotts­dale Rd., 480.284.5350. The Fo­rum at Gil­bert Ranch, Val Vista Dr. & Wil­liams Field Rd., Gil­bert, 480.963.0032. GOLDIE’S SPORTS CAFE Pasta and wood- red pizza, kids’ menu and game­room, ve 10-foot TVs, pool, darts and shuf eboard. Food un­til 11 pm week­nights and mid­night week­ends. www.goldies sportscafe.net. Mer­cado Plaza, 10135 E. Via Linda, 480.451.6269. HALF MOON SPORTS GRILL The High­land lo­ca­tion of this sports bar re-chris­tened it­self Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill to re ect an al­le­giance to Chicago’s sports le­ga­cies and leg­ends, and fea­tures cracker-crust piz­zas and Eli’s cheese­cakes. www.half­moon­sports­grill.com. 2121 E. High­land Ave., 602.977.2700. 288 E. Green­way Pkwy., 602.993.6600.

Car­men. ARI­ZONA THEATRE COM­PANY A rich va­ri­ety of worldly dra­mas, from clas­sic to con­tem­po­rary, mu­si­cals to new works. Feb 11-28: Fences, the story of a san­i­ta­tion worker whose base­ball ca­reer was crip­pled by racism. www.azthe­atre.org. Her­berger The­ater Cen­ter, 222 E. Mon­roe St., 602.256.6995. STAGEBRUSH THEATRE Feb 19-March 6: Heathers The Mu­si­cal, per­formed by Grease­paint Youthe­atre. www.grease­paint.org. 2nd St. & Gold­wa­ter Blvd., 480.949.7529.

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