Clubhouse at Maya has opened its doors for the 2023-2024 season with many new offerings—the 17,000-square-foot outdoor entertainment pavilion and full-service dining experience complete with Instagram-worthy art installations in every direction is a reimagining of Maya Day + Nightclub in the heart of the Entertainment District in Old Town Scottsdale.

Visually, those used to the pool and cabanas as the centerpiece at Maya are in for a big surprise. Thanks to modern technology and lots of manpower, the pool is completely covered with artificial green turf as far as the eye can see, and each cabana is transformed into additional interactive entertainment space. Cozy furniture and picnic tables are also littered throughout the restaurant and bar, allowing for an ultra-comfortable football watch party experience.

This year’s new layout is designed to make guests feel like they are in an adult playground with Y2K-themed art installations bold in color and size designed with selfies—and the early 2000s—in mind.

Beyond that, thanks in great part to its three new 14-foot-tall, 8-foot-wide LED screens, Clubhouse at Maya is also a great destination for football watch parties and—for the first time ever—Clubhouse will host celebrity DJs on select Fridays and Saturdays, including DIPLO. There are also giant-sized Jenga games on picnic tables throughout the venue, and several corn hole games set up, as well as Pop-a-Shot, The Claw, a giant Connect Four, and more. Clubhouse also boasts several giant-sized versions of pong where guests throw volleyballs into almost human-sized containers shaped like red Solo Cups.

There are two options for dining, including a nostalgic quick-service concession stand with churros, popcorn, and pretzels, and a full-service menu focused on elevated comfort foods, including an epic menu of elevated sliders. Among the favorites are Chipotle Maple Sliders (chicken tenders with chipotle- and maple- infused aioli, pickles, and honey mustard), Sweet Heat Sliders (mini angus beef patties with red pepper jam, American cheese, crispy fried onions, and chipotle mayonnaise), and Sonoran Dog Sliders (mini beef hot dogs wrapped in bacon and served with chipotle mayonnaise, pico de gallo, and jalapenos).

Clubhouse also offers traditional cheeseburger sliders.

There are also Buffalo Fries (fries topped with crispy chicken, buffalo sauce, cheddar cheese, and blue cheese dressing), a Breakfast Burrito (a warmed tortilla stuffed with scrambled eggs, bacon, crispy morning potatoes, cheddar cheese, and chipotle mayonnaise served with sweet potato tater tots, Clubhouse Nachos (tortilla chips heaped with black beans, queso cheese sauce, pico de gallo, shredded lettuce, pickled jalapeños, and seasoned sour cream, a Southwest Salad (romaine topped with bacon, corn, cheddar cheese, pico de gallo, garlic croutons, and ranch dressing), and more.

The drink menu also got an update, with stand-out cocktails including the All Star Spritz (Grey Goose vodka, Lillet Blanc Liqueur, pineapple-unfused syrup, and fresh lemon juice topped with a generous pour of Campo Viejo Cava Rose), Pretty, Pink & Thriving (Haku vodka, pink grapefruit liqueur, orange liqueur, and hibiscus syrup topped with sparkling water and edible luster dust), and the Ice, Ice Baby (Wheatly vodka, tequila, Blue Curaçao, orange liqueur, pineapple juice, fresh lemon juice with the option to add Red Bull: Blueberry Edition on top.

The venue is open Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. and on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.  Expect football-themed specials on food and drink on the weekends and Monday nights.

7333 E. Indian Plaza, Scottsdale