Hello All,

Repeal That!

As the temperature in Phoenix is coming down to a very nice 63 degrees tonight, it can only mean one thing. December's a coming and we had better start planning an awesome way to celebrate something big in the calendars of all bartenders  & imbibers across america. The Repeal of the 18th amendment!

We're planning to have a lot of fun shenanigans in store for our late night bash. This will be the first time there has been a repeal party in a building that once housed the prohibition offices perhaps in the whole country. So lets go all out!  More details to come soon, but in meantime dust off your grannies flapper dress ladies and get ready to drop your inhibitions like they dropped the 18th amendment for an unforgettable prohibition-era style bash with a twist.

Where : The old prohibition building downtown Phoenix AKA Bitter & Twisted.

When : December 4th @10pm with a Midnight celebration ringing in "Repeal Day."

Dress : 1920-30's dress is encouraged


"Give the people what they want!" Sometimes a dish comes along that is so good it needs to go on the full menu ASAFP. And that's just what happened with this one. This plate of delectable and satisfying noodles is as great as it comes, or you can pimp it with chicken or pork belly - your choice. Great skills to pay the bills, Bob!

Egg noodles + "Yum Yum" sauce + onion + cucumbers + crisp shallot + lime $8

Add Chicken or Pork Belly $3


This week High Spirited Cupcakes presents "The I Love Lucy" a house made 3 cinnamon bourbon cake with apple pie filling and cinnamon bourbon French buttercream. Topped with salted caramel! Get them while supplies last. $4.5

Booze to-go

Did you know that after all the stores downtown are closed B&T still serves booze to-go.... from Liters of spirits to 6 packs of beer. We also serve food til 1:30am every night we're open.

Our Gallery

If anyone's interested we have updated our gallery over on our extras page of the site (Click Here.) We've added some great shots of the venue, by some very talented local photographers Carl Schultz & Debbie Wolvos. We think you'll agree that they both manage to capture the Luhrs in their own unique styles while showcase this amazing historical Phoenix building.


I was blown away this weekend after ejecting my morning coffee at exponential speeds proceeding my opening of the latest copy of Sunday's AZ Republic. The entire team over at B&T wishes to thank all our friends at Arizona Republic and AZCentral.com for these very legit props.

Thanks guys!

Big Love,

Your B&T Team