10Best Tucson, AZ Nightlife
For great people-watching in a pedestrian-friendly area, nothing beats a night out at Tucson's Fourth Avenue district.
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Tucson has developed a small but passionate core of microbreweries pouring carefully crafted, high-quality beer. Following in the steps of popular local breweries like Nimbus Brewing Company and Dragoon Brewing Company, a new player has recently opened its doors. The Sentinel Brewing Company is a new nanobrewery ready to pour for Tucson's thirsty, beer-loving clientele. Read more »All New & Notable Tucson Nightlife »
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About Tucson, AZ Nightlife
After the sun goes down, Tucson nightlife heats up at a variety of nightspots around the Old Pueblo. The city's large college student population turns the Fourth Avenue district and Main Gate area into a hotbed of nightlife activity. These spots, clustered around the University of Arizona and downtown Tucson, feature trendy lounges, live music venues and down-home bar and grills. In the swanky foothills neighborhood, upscale shopping centers like La Encantada are home to wine bars, open-late bistros and play regular host to live outdoor jazz and blues performances. Tucson is also home to many country western-themed saloons and restaurants that offer line dancing and cowboy ambiance. Around midtown, you'll also come across restaurants that feature live mariachi music, salsa dancing and flamenco. Finally, don't forget downtown Tucson, home to live music, dance clubs and late-night drinking holes.
- Tucson Expert Patricia Escarcega