We are enjoying our 21st year in business and have been involved in many spectacular events through the years. Majerle’s opened on December 2, 1992, and we are very proud of what we have accomplished in that time.
We have locations in Downtown Phoenix, at the Chandler Fashion Center Mall, in Goodyear at McDowell & Dysart , ”Old Town” Scottsdale and our newest location in Flagstaff on Route ’66′.
We are very excited about the continued growth of the original Downtown Phoenix location. By visiting us you are actually involved in the history of Phoenix. Majerle’s is located in the oldest commercial building in the city (1891). Originally named the Fry building, this establishment has been used as a drugstore, saloon, clothing store, hat store, shoe repair store, and trading post. When the Suns built their new home just one block away, my partners and I knew the Fry Building was the location for us.
We opened our second location in 2007 at the Chandler Fashion Center Mall. If you are in the east valley, please check us out. Our Goodyear location continues to grow in a flourishing neighborhood. Our newest location in ”Old Town” Scottsdale is the perfect place to have lunch, to wind down for happy hour or wind up while taking part in Scottsdale’s electric nightlife!
Majerle’s has been recognized with numerous honors, including:
- “2009 DREAMR Award – Downtown Revitalization Effort Awards of Merit and Recognition.
Private Sector Individual Award — Business partners Dan Majerle and A.J. Sulka
- “25 Best Sports Bars in America” (Sports Illustrated)
- “Best Sports Bar in Arizona” (Arizona Republic)
- “Best Pre-Event Downtown Dining” (Arizona Republic)
- “Best Burger in Phoenix” (AOL City Guide)
- “Best Happy Hour” (Downtown Phoenix Partnership)
- “Best Nightlife” (Downtown Phoenix Partnership)
- “Best Lunch Spot” (Downtown Phoenix Partnership)
- “Best Pre / Post Game Spot” (New Times)
Majerle’s also receives a tremendous amount of media exposure on a regular basis. Nationally, Majerle’s has been featured on NBC Sports, TNT Sports and ESPN’s “Cold Pizza” as well as by nearly every local media outlet, including the Arizona Republic, Business Journal of Phoenix, numerous magazines, TV and radio stations.