If you were to design a Mexican-themed bar and restaurant in Scottsdale next door to Majerle’s Sports Grill, the upscale sports bar of Suns legend “Thunder” Dan Majerle, and ultra-exclusive nightclub Wild Knight, with the W Scottsdale Hotel and Axis/Radius just a few Jimmy Choo clicks away, it probably would look a lot like El Hefe Super Macho Taqueria. With its play on the word jefe, the Spanish word for “boss,” the high-ceilinged room with garage doors that open to a patio is adorned with aged wood, hot pink lights and paint accents, and seats wrapped in vinyl-covered floral cloth. Mexican pop culture references done up in black-and-white tattoo art as wall murals and on skateboards give the place an “edgy” feel that’s actually more metrosexual than macho, let alone super-macho.
- El Hefe is a mexican themed venue that serves as a restuarant during the day and nightclub at late hours.
- Their best drink is the Beer-Garita.
- The Sundays here are known to be epic.
Where is El Hefe located?
El Hefe is located in the heart of the Entertainment District at Old town.
How much is cover charge at El Hefe?
El Hefe charges a cover at the doorman’s discretion.
How long will I have to wait at El Hefe?
Expect to wait anywhere from 10-30 min depending on when you arrive.
When is El Hefe open?
El Hefe is open on Tuesdays through Sundays.
What are the best nights to go to El Hefe?
Weekends and especially Sundays.
What is the dress code at El Hefe?
How much do drinks cost at El Hefe?
Expect to pay $10-$15 for cocktails.
What kind of music do they play at El Hefe?
El Hefe features mostly top 40, with a mix of EDM.