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One of the first things you notice when you walk into Max's -- other than the collection of more than 250 football helmets -- is a wall of photos featuring some of its more well-known patrons. Everyone from former Arizona governor Rose Mofford to late basketball legend Manute Bol has shared a few spirits here since the place opened back in 1979. Max's retains its popularity even to this day, and it isn't hard to see why: It's a sports lover's dream with over 100 TVs and a pretty impressive collection of memorabilia. There's even a separate room for off-track betting, in case you'd like to play the ponies.
Having opened way back in 1979, Max's is definitely old school, just like us. We've got golden memories of watching some of Phoenix's biggest ballgames from within the darkened confines of this West Valley sports institution. (Like when our voice went hoarse cheering on Sir Charles and the Phoenix Suns as they beat the dreaded Chicago Bulls in triple overtime during game three of the 1993 NBA Finals.) Sure, a host of bigger and flashier jock joints, like McDuffy's and Marc's Sports Grill,... More »
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