1. Travel
Send to a Friend via Email

Alice Cooper's Cooper's Town Bar and Grill - Restaurant - Phoenix, Arizona

About.com Rating 4 Star Rating

By

Alice Cooper's Cooper's Town Logo

Cooper's Town Bar and Grill

The Bottom Line

Alice Cooper's Cooper's Town is a great place to go when you are in downtown Phoenix. While you wait for your excellent pub food, you can peruse the rock and sports memorabilia and marvel at those who purchase and down the "Big Unit" hot dogs. You can't miss the purchase of a "Big Unit," as a bell will ring when it comes out from the kitchen. This is not a menu item to order if you are shy and retiring.

Pros

  • Close to Chase Field events.
  • Fun, funky atmosphere with sports and rock memorabilia.
  • Sports Bar - keep in touch with the action.
  • Great food - really!
  • Wait staff's make-up mimics Alice Cooper.

Cons

  • The "Big Unit" hot dog might be hazadous to your health.
  • Gets crowded on game days.

Description

  • Address:
    101 East Jackson Street
    Phoenix, AZ 85004
    Map
  • Phone:(602)253-7337
  • Fun Reading:
    Just reading the menu is great fun. It is available online.

  • Great Prices on Alice Cooper Music:
    Buy Online
  • ]

Guide Review - Alice Cooper's Cooper's Town Bar and Grill - Restaurant - Phoenix, Arizona

We took a walking tour of downtown Phoenix and were about three quarters of the way into the 10K walk when we hit Alice's Cooper's Town. We heard the wraps were great and, at 11 am, the place had plenty of tables. A hostess with Alice Cooper make-up greeted us and showed us to a wooden table decorated with Alice Cooper memorabilia. TV's, large and small, kept us in touch with baseball games across the nation.

But enough of the ambiance, we were hungry. The menu was extensive, interesting and included food for the dieters as well as the hearty eaters in our group. Several of us ordered wraps - mine was the bullet wrap with side salad and theirs the “Jefe's” crispy chicken wrap - sliced crispy chicken, chopped tomatoes, lettuce, shredded cheese, crispy tortilla strips and ranch wrapped in a tomato basil tortilla for $7.99. I always recommend this dish.

As the restaurant filled, our waiter became very busy. Drink orders came including a Cooper’s Town Poison Pale Ale and a “Danny Z’s” Wake up Call, reportedly the best bloody Mary in the southwest made with Skyy vodka and a zesty Mary mix.

Our food arrived and what we noticed was not only the presentation, but the freshness of the food. My salad was crisp. The wraps were warm and fresh. Everything was excellent. Food was seasoned with a hint of the Southwest.

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.