Alice Cooper’stown Closes in Downtown Phoenix

Alice Cooper’stown Closes in Downtown Phoenix

It’s the end of an era as one of downtown’s most beloved bars closed last Monday.

Alice Cooper’stown unexpectedly closed with little warning. Would-be customers were greeted with a note on the door informing them of the closure.

The famous bar & grill served as a regular hangout for twenty years. Located in the heart of downtown Phoenix, Alice Cooper’stown was nestled between Talking Stick Resort Arena and Chase Field on 1st and Jackson streets.

Many regular customers were saddened by the news that their go-to spot was no longer open.

Since then, all social media pages and website for Alice Cooper’stown have been deactivated.

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