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Pranksters Too/The Jester Room - CLOSED

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7919 E Thomas Rd Ste 101, Scottsdale, AZ 85251-6540
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cbecklmt wrote a review May 2017
Scottsdale, Arizona88 contributions9 helpful votes
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Went to see a concert at "The Hall" -interesting place . I didn't eat there - I just went for the concert . As you go in the concert hall bands had their merch set up in booths on the right and a bigger spot on the left . The bar is on the right side of the hall and restrooms were in the back on the right . There's a lot to see once inside . They had quite a lot of collectibles and memorabilia dedicated to music . It took at least 30 minutes to soak it all in . It showed a lot of Arizona music culture . There are a lot of tables for plenty of seating - the room is large and without tables could hold a decent crowd if it was SRO . The concert stage is in the left corner - kind of different than the usual middle . Decent sized stage . Sound was crisp and clear . Lighting was ok . I did notice they tried to get a fog machine going but some fans dispersed it . Also there was a passageway with a black curtain showing the goings on behind the stage - it'd be cool if someone closed it earlier for better stage ambiance. Maybe angle the fog away from the fans ....small things that didn't stray away from the great night of music . I'm nitpicking I know ...it's those little things that can help "sell the drama" of the performances. The bands were all great . Ordered a Lemmy (jack and coke) . On special $4.50 . Definitely be back . Bar staff and security staff all cool .
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Curtez151 wrote a review Apr 2016
Santiago, Chile5170 contributions824 helpful votes
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What a complete dump. Located in the corner of some random strip mall. With the area having tons of other nice options, where each chair does not stick to one's self, I am not sure why this place is even here. When I walked in, there was nothing but burn-outs and drop-outs hanging out inside. Nice view of the golf course in the back. Loaded with the near-by apartment building, which is nothing but an amateur hour spring break.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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Monika S wrote a review Apr 2014
Globe, Arizona7 contributions2 helpful votes
This was such a fun bar! It was "jam night" with the band, so we got to hear a lot of different music throughout the night and the bartender, Jeff, was amazing!! I liked that the bar was geared towards a bit older crowd (well at least that night) and you could listen to great music, have drinks and conversation! Great bar!
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Date of experience: April 2014
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