The Stillery, a live music restaurant, to open in Goodyear’s future downtown

Nov 4, 2022, 4:35 AM

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PHOENIX — A Tennessee-based live music restaurant announced plans Wednesday to open in late 2023 in Goodyear’s future downtown area.

The Stillery, known for country music and dancing, will be located at GSQ near 150th Avenue and McDowell Road, the city of Goodyear said in a press release.

The new site, also popular for country music and mason jar cocktails, will face a two-acre park.

“I am excited that The Stillery will bring live entertainment seven days a week to the new heart of Goodyear,” Mayor Joe Pizzillo said.

“The Stillery is leading the way as the first of many great restaurants and entertainment venues to join us at GSQ as a very fun and walkable district develops around Goodyear Civic Square.”

The Stillery is the first business to announce plans to move into GSQ once construction is completed.

GSQ will be a mixed-use, walkable area consisting of dining, entertainment and shopping.

“There’s nothing yet like this to do in Goodyear,” Co-owner James Sampley said in the release.

“I’m excited to bring that to everybody, meet people on the west side of the Valley and have some fun.”

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The Stillery, a live music restaurant, to open in Goodyear’s future downtown