Hard Rock Cafe Phoenix
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phoenix New Times' Description
Phoenix's edition of the worldwide chain of rock 'n' rolls theme restaurants has everything you'd expect, from the 10-foot-long Gibson Flying V neon sign over the entranceway to an array of music mementos inside. It's equal parts museum, rock club, and eatery, with its collection of memorabilia ranging from the cheesy (a Justin Timberlake stage costume from his days in 'N Sync) to the chic (Tom Petty's autographed jacket), and there's a collection of autographed and classic guitars (including axes from Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Ugly Kid Joe) on display near the front and vintage ephemera scattered throughout the premises, including photographs and posters. The Hard Rock's stage has also hosted occasional performances by local bands in the past, including What Laura Says and Limbeck.
Tips from foursquare
Their French fries are probably the best ive ever had.
Be cool if this place had a video juke box.
$14 for a burger....if you're into that.
The nachos are awesome
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