A lot of bars can claim an interesting history connected to prohibition, but not all of them can say they now serve boozy cocktails in the old headquarters of such. Bitter & Twisted in Arizona in Arizona sits in the state's old Prohibition Headquarters. If the intriguing history and delicious concoctions sound like your thing, this spot is for you.
Located in Phoenix, Arizona, this bar is an ode to the legacy of the building and a creative cocktail lounge filled with eccentric menu items.
Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlor sits inside the old Arizona Prohibition Headquarters. The building itself was built in 1924 and was the first high-rise that reached ten stories at the time.
To add to the already awesome history of the establishment, their creative drinks come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, including in a rubber duck glass or honey bear bottle.
Their "book o' cocktails" is full of pages listing numerous mixtures that average around $12 and encompass flavors from around the globe.
You can also delve into their eclectic menu, or even dine on their delicious late-night options perfect for a midnight craving.
Swing in for their happy hour which runs Tuesday to Friday, from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m., perfect for a boozy adventure.
You can order their ever-changing prize fight punch that comes served up in a porcelain rubber duck glass and share it with friends.
For a little nostalgia throwback, the taste the rainbow is a colorful concoction sure to reawaken the kid in you... not to mention satisfy those tastebuds.
Our favorite might be the bathtub drinks made that are filled with yummy mixtures.
The bar is open Tuesday until Saturday, from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.
If you love a bit of irony, or simply want to enjoy a tasty treat in an iconic piece of Arizona history, this spot has you covered, thanks to the building's past.
Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour
Address: 1 West Jefferson, Phoenix, AZ
Why You Need To Go: This bar sits inside the old Prohibition Headquarters, making it the perfect place to enjoy a boozy treat with a splash of irony.