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School's out forever at this hybrid sports/rock 'n' roll theme eatery where the shock-rocker born Vincent Furnier is worshipped like a demigod. Goth-punk waitresses wear eye makeup à la Cooper, and his ghoulish image stares out at you from nearly every table. Fender guitars signed by such acts as The Police, Eric Clapton, and Black Sabbath line the walls, along with a collection of sports memorabilia. Huge TV screens face you at nearly every angle so you can watch any and every game that might be on. Surprisingly, the food's not bad for bar grub: barbecue, burgers, sammies, chili, wings, etc. Cool spot to eat before or after a game at nearby U.S. Airways Center or Chase Field.
Sample the "Best Damn Margaritas" for $4 each and Jager shots for $3 each, while enjoying live music and Cooper'stown's award-winning food.
This place is awesome! It is located in downtown Phoenix, and is a perfect spot to grab a drink or a bite to eat before or after a game. The place is owned by, you guessed it... Alive Cooper. There is Cooper memorabilia all over the place. Randy Johnson also has ownership here. Hence the Cooperstown part! There is Johnson stuff all over the place, too. They are famous for The Big Unit, a HUGE 2 foot hot dog. If you are really hungry, order it Bases Loaded. Comes topped with cheese, chili, jalapenos... all the fixings! They have an impressive tap list, and a lot of outdoor seating, as well. Oh, and the servers all have black face paint to look like Alice Cooper! I wonder how often he visits... The restaurant has been featured on Man vs. Food. Oh, and when someone orders the Big Unit, when they deliver it to the table, they ring a bell. Everyone in the restaurant yells out, "THE BIG UNIT!" It's just a fun place to hang out and to eat some beef!
If you're looking for a bigass hotdog, Cooper'stown is the place to go. The Big Unit is 2 feet of Vienna beef on a huge honkin' roll. I try, but can rarely finish it. Also notable on their menu is the Megadeth Meatloaf, a mountain of smoked meatloaf and spuds and onions on a slab of Texas toast. As mentioned in other reviews, you occasionally see Alice there - I've even seen him bus tables when the place was slammin' busy. Cooper'stown is my favorite place to go for chow before the Rattlers games, and big food cooked well is why.
They have great music here, events held here, & occasionally,even Alice shows up.There are music contests, and he is a humanitarian here in Phoenix, always helping out somewhere.The food is good & the prices are reasonable.If you are an Alice collector there is a nice novelty case.
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Alice Cooper'stown, 101 East Jackson, Phoenix, 253-7337. Hours: Lunch and Dinner, Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, Saturday and event nights, 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. It's spring, and our senses are awakening after a long winter's... More »
Phoenix's resident shock-rocker is a relic himself, so it's no surprise that a man who's spent more than 41 years recording and touring would accumulate enough rock memorabilia to fill the walls of his restaurant from floor to ceiling. Not only are several of Cooper's own platinum records displayed, but he's got shiny signed platters from dozens of other music legends hanging around, as well as signed guitars galore from the likes of the Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac, Dave Matthews Band, Ozzy... More »
We suppose it's better to call Diamondbacks pitcher Randy Johnson "The Big Unit" than "The Big Johnson." Still, it's more information than we want to know, thanks. Who came up with this nickname, anyway?The only such thing we're interested in exploring is The Big Unit Hot Dog served at Alice Cooper'stown -- a two-foot-long frank, all beef. And it's a big meal, served with choice of two sides: fries, Coop's coleslaw, potato chips, or calico beans. For half a buck more, we can dress our dog... More »
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