Historic Phoenix 'speakeasy' lures the adventurous with single red light
After a building is razed, usually only photographs and memories remain. But with the Hotel Adams, which was imploded in 1973 after more than six decades of service, it’s still possible to drink up its history.
A hotel, now called the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel, was built directly on the old foundation. The original concrete walls poured in 1910 for the former hotel encompass a cozy basement area that bartender Anthony "Tony” Escalante calls, "The most unique place in Downtown Phoenix."
On Friday and Saturday nights, the curious walk down an alley behind the... read more
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