Bars Of Flagstaff

    Best bars in Flagstaff Arizona

Altitudes Altitudes Bar and Grill  Web Site

Altitudes Bar and Grill is your locally owned and operated hang out with great ambiance, unforgettable food and a terrific staff that makes you want to come back time and time again. And you will once you’ve tried our signature burgers and salads, homemade soups and chili. Plan to join us for freshly squeezed drinks and live music on the patio in the warmer months, where you’ll see all your friends while enjoying the amazing view of the San Francisco Peaks and the train as it passes through Flagstaff’s downtown region (don’t forget to order one of our famous train shots!). Check us out and bring your friends, you’ll be glad you did.
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Museum The Museum Club  Web Site

The Museum Club, a Route 66 icon in Flagstaff, Arizona, began its life as the boyhood dream of taxidermist Dean Eldredge in 1931. When Eldredge found a petrified frog as a child in Wisconsin, it spurred a lifetime as a sportsman, adventurer and collector. Dean began his taxidermy business in 1918. In the early 1930s Eldredge saw an opportunity when he purchased a piece of federal land, three miles east of Flagstaff on Route 66. Soon, he hired unemployed lumberjacks to cut trees, haul them to his property and built what he touted as "the biggest log cabin in Arizona." It was a showplace for his lifetime collection of stuffed animals, six-legged sheep, Winchester rifles, Indian artifacts, two-headed calves, and more than 30,000 other items. Operating as a museum, taxidermist shop, and a trading post, scores ofRoute 66'rsstopped in to visit Dean and his collection during the five years that he operated the museum. Before long, locals dubbed the museum "The Zoo,” a name that has stuck with the building to this day.


Uptown Uptown Billiards Web Site

Founded in 1993, Uptown Billiards sought to combine high quality pool tables and a great beer selection from its beginning. Back then micro brews were just beginning to boom, and draft selections weren’t as common as they are today. The original line-up featured Anchor Steam and Sierra Nevada as the premium micro brews and several German imports. While kegs were hard to come by, with a little research we supplemented our beer selection with numerous bottles. At one point we had one hundred and ninety different bottled beers crammed in our coolers.


Beaver Beaver Street Brewery Web site

Beaver Street Brewery This brew and chew is a bit pricey but really good, especially the gourmet pizzas. They also make a really good burger, and their salads and warm bread are delish.



 

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