Bourbon Jacks advertises itself as an "urban country restaurant". I guess it does okay at that. The menu shows touches of the south; but not as much as the bourbon. Live music five nights a week. Happy hour 4 PM to 7 PM Monday through Friday and Reverse Happy Hour Saturday and Sunday 10 PM to 2 AM. I recommend this place more as a bar than a restaurant. Bourbon Jack's is located in the old Reliable Hardware Building from 1918.
And remember. . . The difference between cheap bourbon and good sippin whiskey is about 4 or 5 sips because after that it starts to taste the same.
I was already full by the time I saw Kokopelli's, so I did not eat here. The food looked and smelled good. You might want to consider Kokopelli's over other bars (or in addition) if you want wine vice beer. Kokopelli's is located in the old First National Bank Building built in 1918 using the Neo Classical style of architecture.
I especially liked the signs showing the wit and wisdom of being Irish, the old photo of Ronald Reagan and the tribute to Pat Tillman who gave up a lucrative pro football career with the Arizona cardinals to serve in the U. S. Marine Corps and ended up dying for his country.
My favorite bar in Chandler would have to be the Irish Republic. They offer a very wide variety of beers and ales along with mixed drinks. The owner is a guy named Murphy who has worked with the U. S. Military and is proud of the country and his Irish Heritage. It is located in old town and decorated with dollar bills that have been signed by donors, beer signs, and other memorabilia.
Dress Code: As in most of Arizona; if you wear a coat and tie people will look at you funny. Be casual.