We’re all about kicking back with a glass of wine in a relaxed atmosphere, whether it be on a Friday night or a Monday morning, which is why The Living Room is a go-to spot. And with its newest location recently opening at Gainey Village, we couldn’t help but list a few reasons why it’s our favorite dining (and drinking) outlet.
There’s nothing like an extensive drink menu to put a smile on our face which is why The Living Room’s wine options are a real crowd pleaser. While the menu offers draft beers, cocktails, and wines by the glass, it also serves wine flights, because having to choose one type of wine should never be something you have to suffer through. The flights include three half-glasses of different types including imported dry whites, chardonnay, spicy reds, pinot noir and cabernet.
2. Happy Hour
Not only does The Living Room offer happy hour every Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., it also has drink specials throughout the week from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. so you can get your drink on before afternoon even hits.
Speaking of drink specials, we all know it’s a sin to turn down bottomless mimosas so do the right thing and spend your weekend brunching hours at The Living Room where brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays, and features $12 bottomless mimosas with a food purchase. So order the chilaquiles, eggs benedict or berry crepes and keep the bubbly coming.
Lucky for you The Living Room’s locations are as varied as their wine offerings. Whether you live in North Scottsdale, Tucson or somewhere in between, there’s a location near you. See below for the full list of locations and where you’re about to be a regular.
- The Living Room Chandler – Downtown Ocotillo
- The Living Room DC Ranch – Market Street at DC Ranch
- The Living Room Tucson – La Encantada
- The Living Room Ahwatukee- Towne Center
- The Living Room Gainey Ranch – The Shops at Gainey Village
For more information, visit: livingroomwinebar.com