Whether you want to kick off your evening with a creative concoction, enjoy a classic with dinner, or sip a sophisticated drink at the end of the night, or for the best bars in Chandler - you don’t have to go far for a craft cocktail. Here is our list of great places to find the best cocktails in Chandler, Arizona!

The Hidden House

Tucked in a 1939 cottage in the downtown area, The Hidden House mixes premium craft cocktails to match its upscale menu. Order the classics here like an Old Fashioned, Negroni, Tom Collins, or Ramos Gin Fizz. Or try one of the cocktails on draft like the Diddy Do It with Deleon featuring Blanco, Aperol, passion fruit, lime and yuzu. The bar also has an impressive list of spirits in Chandler. If you’ve ever wanted to sample Japanese Whisky or Pappy Van Winkle, this is the place to do it. Come during happy hour for $4 off cocktails on draft and $1 off house spirits.

Map: 159 W. Commonwealth Ave., Chandler AZ 85225 or (480) 275-5525

The Ostrich

This popular craft cocktail bar in the basement of Crust restaurant recreates the speakeasy that occupied this space during Prohibition. Drinks are divided into six categories: vodka, agave, cane, gin, whiskey, and Old Fashioned. In each category, you’ll have several options like the Blonde Hawaiian featuring Tito’s Vodka, charred pineapple syrup, pineapple juice, lemon juice and Gran Gala orange liquor. Or the classic Vieux Carre made with Ezra Brooks Rye Whiskey, Maison Rouge Cognac, sweet vermouth, Benedictine and bitters. The Ostrich also has an extensive spirit listing showcasing local spirits from SanTan Spirits and Arcadia, as well as high-end brands like Oban, Weller, and WhistlePig.

Map: 10 N. San Marcos Place, Chandler AZ 85225 or (480) 917-4903

The Double Dutch Kitchen + Cocktails

Opened in August 2021, The Double Dutch Kitchen + Cocktails takes cocktails seriously, incorporating premium brands like Tito’s Handmade Vodka into its cocktails. Try the Hell’s Kitchen Sour made with Tullamore D.E.W., lemon, simple syrup, ginger and a dry red wine float. Or order the Big Trouble in Little Tokyo with Suntory Ruko gin, kiwi, simple syrup, lime, and an aloe and kiwi foam. The drinks complement the restaurant’s menu of comfort foods like braised short ribs, grilled salmon, and sandwiches. Prefer your spirits straight up? The Double Dutch sells pours of WhistlePig 10-year Rye, Angel’s Envy Rye, Don Julio Anejo, and others.

Map: 1890 W. Germann Road, Chandler AZ 85286 or (480) 758-5856

The Parlay Kitchen + Cocktails

This gastropub shakes and stirs craft cocktails designed to wow you. Take the Rosemary Poppin’. Bartenders mix Gray Whale Organic gin with amaretto, elderflower, pineapple, and lemon, then top it with a rosemary smoke bubble that emits smoke when popped. There’s also the Cactus Bloom, which dazzles the senses with Western Son Prickly Pear, mezcal, fresh lime juice, prickly pear, egg white, and a tajin rim. The Parlay Kitchen + Cocktails also does the classics right, including the Manhattan, Sidecar, Sazerac, and its house sangria. Want even more reason to go? The restaurant has live music from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Map: 1245 S. Price Road, Chandler, AZ 85286 or (480) 500-5247

The Brickyard Downtown

With its exposed original brick and its upscale but trendy vibe, The Brickyard Downtown is known for its handcrafted cocktails and creative tapas-style menu. Their cocktail menu is diverse with options that include American classics like a traditional Old Fashioned—made with homemade citrus oil—to their unique mixes like the Figetta ‘Bout It (with delicious figgy pudding bitters and is lit on fire!) or the Root Beer Flip—sure to entice your inner child. While enjoying a handcrafted and specially curated cocktail, be sure to check out their tapas menu that feature global flavors that are meant to spark up a great conversation with whoever you’re with! The restaurant is open for dinner Tuesday-Sunday (Closed Mondays).

Map: 85 W. Boston St., Chandler AZ 85225 or (480) 963-1373

Spirit House

SanTan Brewing Company doesn’t just make beer. It also produces spirits aged in hand-select oak barrels and mixes them into cocktails at Spirit House. Located behind the brewing company’s Downtown Chandler location, the 49-seat bar serves a lineup of eight Old Fashioned variations, four different mules, and several highball drinks. If you prefer the classics, Spirit House’s menu features the Manhattan, Espresso Martini, Bees Knees, and others made with SanTan Spirits and similar top-shelf liquors. Or take a tasty chance and try their cocktail of the week.

Visitors can experience a behind the scenes tour at Arizona's largest independent brewery and distillery, located in Uptown Chandler. The 10-stop tour highlights the science and similarities of brewing and distilling and multiple weekend tour schedules are available for the ticketed attraction.

Map: 8 San Marcos Place, Chandler AZ 85225 or (480) 917-8700

Tryst Café

Tryst Café focuses on organic, locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients for its breakfast, lunch and dinner menus. So, it’s no surprise these elements factor into its cocktail menu, as well. Watch for drinks made with organic liquors, freshly squeezed juices, and even real maple syrup. The bar also features local O.H.S.O. Distillery’s flavored line of Arcadia vodkas in many of its drinks. To sip one, order the Mango Mule made with Arcadia Jalapeno Vodka, mango puree, ginger beer, and fresh lime juice. Or choose one as your vodka option when you order a Bloody Mary.

Map: 4205 S. Gilbert Road, Chandler AZ 85249 or (480) 656-1011

St. Amand Kitchen + Cocktails

Named for the patron saint of brewers, innkeepers and bartenders, St. Amand Kitchen + Cocktails stands out for tasty craft cocktails. Sample a Blood Orange Martini featuring blood orange puree and a prosecco float. Or spend the evening nursing a Penicillin made with Scotch, lemon juice, ginger simple syrup, honey and a Laphroaig spray. You won’t be disappointed in any of the four Mule variations either.

Map: 3990 S. Alma School Road, Chandler AZ 85248 or (480) 782-5550