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With its ski lodge vibe and walls covered with outdoor equipment (including antique bicycles and climbing gear), Boulders on Broadway's two-story Tempe establishment is the kind of place you can relax after scaling Camelback or taking your 12-speed for a spin. Naturally, it's a big place for the neighborhood cycling crowd (with plenty of places both inside and outside to lock up your two-wheeler) as well as ASU students. There are more than 25 brews on tap -- as well as 75 more available in bottled form -- and an ample menu of scrumptious Chicago-style pizzas, calzones, and other comfort food selections in case you'd like to carb load before your next hike. Daily food and drink specials are also available.
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I love to rock climb and now there is a place that I can drink, eat and climb... Bonus! Plus the food is actually good and the drink prices are good too. It's a great place for a big group gathering or even just a few people. Loved it!
"Sports bar" can be a generic term, but at Boulders on Broadway, the designation truly fits. The bar is stuffed with bikers -- not the leather-sporting, tattooed, and bearded types, but the toned and slim bicyclist variety, along with all sorts of sporty, fit athletes-cum-hipsters. It's easy to see the appeal. The multi-floor bar and eatery boasts a massive beer selection (25 on tap and 75 additional brews available in bottles), as well as a menu of pizzas and sandwiches. It's generally... More »
Juggernauts of trivial knowledge team up every Tuesday night to test their might against some of the most hardcore trivia teams in the Valley. The teams are big, the happy hour specials are plentiful, and the beer selection is phenomenal -- but the tables are sparse. Rally your team and get there well before the 6:30 p.m. start time to secure a table at this biker-friendly, rock-climber-loving, kayak-sporting sports bar. And don't forget to keep those pesky cell phones in your pocket or... More »
Tempe's Boulders on Broadway feels like a ski lodge in the summer: floored with brick, walled with wood, and packed with mountain bikes from neighborhood drinkers who've pedaled to the bar to enjoy the atmosphere. The hulking two-story structure has plenty of room for everyone, but most of the action happens in the small-ish bar area, which tends to fill up and feel intimate. The pub draws a diverse clientele -- it seems like the sort of place students might run into their professors... More »
Though it looks a little like a barn from the outside, Tempe's Boulders on Broadway is pure class inside, with a sophisticated brick-floored lobby and a cozy, ski lodge-like loft upstairs. They've got great beers on tap, a well-placed tabletop Ms. Pac-Man game, and a Tuesday night team trivia competition that's our pick for the best in town. First, obviously, the confines are comfy; then there are the questions, which aren't too hard or too easy. Toss in some great people from the... More »
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