Tempe >Bars & Clubs > Graham Central Station
7850 S Priest Dr, Tempe, AZ | Directions 8528433.345937 -111.963670
Dancing and Singing what more do you need? – We love this place. The hubby likes to dance to the 70's-80's and I like the hip hop. This place has three dance floors with different music in all. Also they have karaoke which is great fun even though we don't sing.
This is our go-to club even though its a trek across town to get to.
Super fun – A great club with good looking people and good music
Diverse, Laidback, ENTERTAINING – I swear from the moment I stepped into the place I was fully entertained! The girls that work there are gorgeous...speaking of girls...I was reading some of the other reviews and noticed that all the low ratings were from chicks, is that weird? lol I thought that was great! All complaining about how unclassy this place is, sorry to say this but it takes class to go somewhere(even an "unclassy" place) and make that place classy. How hard is it to take a hat off? Yeah that rule might be dumb, but quit complaining about everything. They offer cheap drinks, great entertainment and 4 different rooms for 1 price...sign me up!
Best Ladies night – Lots of women every where. We had a great time, the bartenders are hot and cool too. How can you not have a good time with 50 cent drinks on Wednesday night. My place is at Grahams.
GREAT PLACE – LOVED THE PLACE FROM HEAD TO TOE. MANY DIFFERENT ROOMS WITH A DIFFERENT THEME IN EACH ROOM. ALLEY CATS WAS MY FAVE. GREAT ENTERTAINMENT!! WAS ABLE TO WATCH KARAOKE AND NOT BE PRESSURED TO SING. GREAT DRINK PRICES AND HOT STAFF. WILL BE COMING BACK MORE OFTEN
Red Neck all the Way – Not recommended for classy people! This is by far the worst bar we have ever been to. Take note that if you wear a hat (which in this case my friend had on a black gentlemans city hat) other than a cowboy or BASEBALL cap, you will NOT be let in. So, I understand if they said only cowboy hats allowed considering the place. However, a baseball cap is acceptable too? But a classy gentlemans city hat is not? What kind of a rule is that? Disappointing all the way. I will never give them my business.
Older crowd, but also diverse and laidback – This place is enormous. Separate rooms for almost all types of music. It definitely is an older crowd (most are mid 30s to late 40s) but it's also very laidback. If you're looking to get out and do something different without worrying about drama then you should consider Graham Central Station. But if you have to get really dressed up to hang out at a trendiest spots, you might want to head out to old town Scottsdale! hehe
A break from the pretentious club atmosphere – That's why I enjoy Graham's. Yes, it's a mixed crowd, which I consider a positive. It means everyone is welcome, there aren't long lines and it isn't all about VIP. There are four rooms with a variety of music, where you can go with a couple of friends with no worries, just dancing and good times. All I want when I go out is to dance to good hip hop music with no bs, and I get that at Graham's. You don't have to get all dressed up, you can wear what you want to a point--I have seen the door guys turn down people in typically prohibited athletic/baggy attire, there are standards. Don't be misled into thinking it's a rough crowd, either. I don't think anyone has ever tried to start drama with me there, in fact, most people are actually nice!
Bottom line, you aren't paying $20 to get in and $10 per drink to be elbow to elbow with the beautiful people and "see and be seen." If that's what you're looking for, head to Scottsdale. I'd rather stay home.
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