Drink Menu

Valley Bar Cocktails downtown Phoenix

Valley Bar Cocktails downtown Phoenix


Wren House Spellbinder IPA 7% Hazy IPA | Phoenix, Arizona 🌵

Coors Banquet 5% American Lager | Golden, Colorado

Dragoon Pils 4.6% American Pilsner | Tucson, Arizona 🌵

Dragoon IPA 7.3% American IPA | Tucson, Arizona 🌵

Huss Brewing Papago Orange Blossom 5% Fruited Wheat Ale | Phoenix, Arizona 🌵

2 Towns Seasonal Cider Cider | Portland, Oregon

Fate Brewing Seasonal Sour Fruited Sour | Scottsdale, Arizona 🌵

Wren House Specialty Draft Seasonal | Phoenix, Arizona 🌵


Hamm's 12oz
WoodChuck Hard Cider
Wren House Valley Beer 12oz 🌵
Dos Equis XX
Michelob Ultra
Coors Light
Topo Chico Hard Seltzer
Coors Original 24oz
Fate Irish Red 16oz 🌵
Guinness 16oz
Wren House Wrenovation IPA 16oz 🌵
Wren House Jomax Stout 16oz 🌵

Spritz Mayes
Gin, Curacao, Lemon, Arrak, Sparkling Wine, Mint

Kesha H. Washington (low abv)
Italian Amaro, American Amaro, Lemon, Soda Water

Garcia's Old Fashioned
Reposado Tequila, Mezcal, Clove, Cardamom, Agave

Stanton II
Local Rye Whiskey, Branca Menta, Mint, Watermelon, Lemon

Caipirinha de Ruben
Cachaça Rum, Muddled Lime, Ginger

Barry Goldwater
Rye Sazerac, Chocolate Bitters, Absinthe

Laura Pastor
Scotch, Vermouth, Coffee Liqueur

Original Sinema
Rosemary Infused Vodka, Ginger, Honey, Lime, Sparkling Water

$10 Super Special
Seasonal Rotating Cocktail... Ask your server for more info!
The Rose Mofford
Local Vodka 🌵, Violette, Rose, Lemon

Sandra Day Old Fashioned
Rock and Rye Whiskey, Bitters, Orange

Ground Control to Captain Kelly
Brandy, Montenegro, Passionfruit, Orgeat, Falernum, Lemon

Yassamin-i Martini
Vanilla Vodka, Espresso

The Kate
Cristal Rum, Campari, Passionfruit, Pineapple, Lime, Mint

C Goode Margarita
Tequila Reposado, Mezcal, Tamarind, Agave, Lime, Foam

Mezcal, Ancho Chili, Orange, Lime

Betty G Paloma
Sotol, Pamplemousse, Lime, Agave, Grapefruit Soda

Gabby Giffords
Aged Rum, Gin, Spiced Amaro, Orgeat, Lemon, Grapefruit

Adrian Fontes
Mezcal, Herbal Liqueur, Vermouth, Ancho Chili, Lime, Chili Salt

Wine by the Glass

Chardonnay “Ardèche”
Cabernet Sauvignon “Ardèche”
Nomadica Orange Canned Wine
La Patience Rosé
Field Recordings Red Blend
Zardetto Brut Sparkling

Wine by the Bottle

Herve Rafflin “La Natruel” Champagne Premier Cru | France

Gaspard Sauvignon Blanc | Loire River Valley, France

“Les Margas” Chenin Blanc | Loire Valley, France

Zind Humbrecht Chardonnay | Turckheim, France

Selbach Spatlese Riesling Late Harvest Riesling | Mosel Germany

Enderle & Moll “Weiss & Grau” Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc | Baden, Germany

Maloof “Where Ya Pjs At?” Orange | Willamette Valley, Oregon

Chateau Massereau “Clairet” Chilled Red Blend | Bordeaux, France

Commuter Pinot Noir | Willamette Valley, Oregon

Mathilde “Lou y es Tu?” Red Blend | Beaujolais, France

Encanto Historic District Red Blend 🌵 Cab Franc | Rolling View Vineyards Wilcox, AZ

Sonoran Wines 2020 🌵 Mourvèdre | Award Winning Arizona Winery

Zero Proof Cocktails

The Rose Mofford N/A Rose Water, Lemon, Bitter Aperitif

Sinema N/A Ginger Beer, Rosemary, Honey, Lime

The Kate N/A Pineapple, Passionfruit, Lime, Bitter Aperitif

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

Athletic Brewing Run Wild IPA
De La Calle Fermented Soda (rotating flavors)
Heineken 0.0
Lagunitas Hoppy Refresher
Liquid Death Still Water
Big Marble Ginger Beer 🌵
Big Marble Dry Tonic 🌵
Red Bull
Red Bull Sugar Free
Squirt Grapefruit Soda
Topo Chico Soda Water

Arcadia Spirits (Flavored)
Ciroc Peach
Grey Goose
Ketel One
Stoli (Flavored)

Don Q Coco
Don Q Cristal
Gosling’s Black Seal
Novo Fogo Silver
Stiggins Fancy Rum
Ron Zacapa
Sailor Jerry

Forthave "Blue"
Suncliffe Dry Gin 🌵
Suntory Roku

Casamigos (B,R)
Espolon (B,R)
G4 (B)
Patron (B,R)
Tepozan (B,R,A)

Basil Haydens
Buffalo Trace
Crown Royal
Del Bac 🌵
EH Taylor
High West Double Rye
Slow&Low Rock&Rye
Jack Daniels
Makers Mark
Suntory Toki Whisky
San-In Blended Japanese
Wild Turkey American Honey
Woodford Reserve

Monkey Shoulder
Balvenie 12
Balvenie 14 Caribbean Cask
Dewar’s White Label

Amaros & Agave Spirits
✨ Ask your bartender about our curated assortment of amaros, agave spirits and more!

The Rose Mofford

Rose Mofford was Arizona’s beloved first female governor, known as "the healing governor." Rose grew up in Globe and was an All-American softball player, public servant, and pillar in the Phoenix community. To celebrate her legacy, the state of Arizona declared June 10th "Rose Mofford Day." She is the name sake of the Valley Bar's Rose Room cocktail lounge - look for her portrait above the couch when you come in.

Sandra Day Old Fashioned

Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman justice to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States, from 1981 to 2006. She grew up on a 198,000-acre cattle ranch near Duncan, Arizona - her family home did not have running water or electricity, but she began driving as soon as she could see over the dashboard. At 16 years old, Sandra Day enrolled at Stanford University, and graduated from Stanford Law in 1952.

Ground Control to Captain Kelly

During his service as a Navy, Captain Mark Kelly served on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Midway during the Gulf War. He then became an astronaut, piloting 2 launches and commanding the Space Shuttle Endeavour on 4 space flights! Mark Kelly is now Arizona's junior U.S. Senator. He is also married to Gabby Giffords.

Yassamin-i Martini

Yassamin Ansari is a climate policy leader and politician currently serving on the Phoenix City Council and acting as the city's vice mayor. She is the youngest person ever elected to the council and the first Iranian American elected to public office in Arizona. In 2020, Yassamin was named in Forbes' '30 under 30' list in Law and Policy. She represents most of the downtown area, including Valley Bar.

The Kate

Kate Gallego is currently the mayor of Phoenix, Arizona. Before becoming mayor, she served on the Phoenix City Council from 2014 to 2018. Mayor Gallego holds a degree in environmental studies from Harvard University and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania. Early mornings you can usually find her hiking South Mountain before leading our city.

C Goode Margarita

Calvin Goode (1927-2020) was a civil rights icon and Phoenix City Councilman for 22 years. He was called the “Conscience of the Council,” using his position and voice to raise questions and push for improvements in neglected parts of the community. The city of Phoenix named The Calvin C. Goode Phoenix Municipal Building on Washington St. in his honor


John McCain served as an officer in the U.S. Navy, and went on to be elected as Arizona's U.S. Senator in 1987, where he served until his death in 2018. During his time in the Navy, McCain was stationed in Vietnam where he was a prisoner of war for over 5 years. In the Senate, McCain gained a reputation as a "maverick" for his willingness to break from his party on certain issues, including LGBT rights, gun regulations, health care, and campaign finance.

Betty G Paloma

Councilwoman Betty Guardado started her career working as a housekeeper where she became involved in the hospitality workers union. As a union leader, she helped organize and negotiate for thousands of hotel and food-service workers around Maricopa County. In 2019, Betty was elected to represent District 5 on the Phoenix City Council.

Gabby Giffords

At just 32 years old, Gabby Giffords was the youngest woman ever elected to the Arizona State Senate. Shortly after, she was elected to the U.S. Congress, representing southern Arizona from 2006 to 2012. On January 8, 2011, at a “Congress On Your Corner” constituent event in Tucson, Gabby was shot by a gunman who killed six people and injured 12 others. Gabby then co-founded the organization known as Giffords, dedicated to saving lives from gun violence. Gabby is a huge music lover - we hear her favorite band is Calexico.

Adrian Fontes

In 2016, Adrian Fontes won his election for Maricopa County Recorder, the first Democrat to do so in 50 years, and the first-ever Latino to hold the office. He is currently running for Arizona Secretary of State and is the lead singer of the band Mariachi AF.

Spritz Mayes

Kristin Kay Mayes is an American reporter, lawyer, and politician who is the Arizona Attorney General. Mayes is the second woman elected Arizona Attorney General (after Janet Napolitano), the third openly lesbian woman elected attorney general of a state in the United States, and the second openly LGBT person elected to statewide office in Arizona.

Kesha H. Washington

Kesha Hodge Washington was sworn in as District 8 Councilwoman on April 17, 2023, she is the first African-American woman to be elected to the Phoenix City Council. Councilwoman Hodge Washington also serves on the Economic Development and Housing (EDH) and Transportation, Infrastructure and Planning (TIP); her top priorities in the district are homelessness, affordable and attainable housing, and economic development.

Garcia's Old Fashioned

David Garcia is an American politician and education professor who was the Democratic Party's nominee in the 2018 Arizona gubernatorial election.

Stanton II

Greg Stanton is the U.S. representative from Arizona's 4th congressional district, serving since 2019. He was previously mayor of Phoenix from 2012 to 2018, and was on the Phoenix City Council from 2000 until 2009. You can catch Stanton at old school hip hop shows at Crescent Ballroom, and if Helio Sequence is playing, he's guaranteed to be dancing.

Betty G Paloma

Councilwoman Betty Guardado started her career working as a housekeeper where she became involved in the hospitality workers union. As a union leader, she helped organize and negotiate for thousands of hotel and food-service workers around Maricopa County. In 2019, Betty was elected to represent District 5 on the Phoenix City Council.

Caipirinha de Ruben

After studying at Harvard, Ruben Gallego joined the Marines and served in Iraq as an infantryman. When he returned he was elected to the Arizona House of Representatives for 3 terms, and now represents Arizona's 7th congressional district (which includes Valley Bar!) in the U.S. House of Representatives. Gallego recently published a book, “They Called Us Lucky." When he's home, you might catch him at Valley Bar - we'd call him a regular.

Barry Goldwater

Barry Goldwater was born in 1909 in Phoenix, Arizona, though at that time it was the Arizona Territory. Goldwater served five terms as Arizona's U.S. Senator, and was the Republican Party nominee for president of the United States in 1964. He was known as “Mr. Conservative” and was the genesis of the current conservative movement. Though, later in life, he supported LGBTQ rights and the legalization of medicinal marijuana.

Laura Pastor

Laura Pastor is a fifth-generation Arizonan and current member of the Phoenix City Council. She is the daughter of longtime Arizona congressman Ed Pastor and is currently running for a seat in Congress herself.

Original Sinema

After earning a Masters, Ph.D., and Juris Doctor from ASU, Kyrsten Sinema worked as a social worker and a criminal defense lawyer. She then went on to be elected to the Arizona House of Representatives, Arizona Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, and now serves as Arizona's senior U.S. Senator. In addition to her career in the senate, Sinema also competes in Ironman triathlons coming in 91st place at the Ironman Arizona.