2908 South Fourth Avenue Tucson, AZ 85713 +1 520 623 5307
The Mariscal family welcomes you to this comfortable and casual restaurant that's been serving some of Tucson's favorite Sonoran-style cuisine since 1976. The restaurant also runs concessions at the Tucson Convention Center Arena and Exhibition Hall. The budget-priced menu features Fajitas, Burros, Chimichangas and the local-favorite Topopo salads. It also has children's plates. Beer, wine and lime or strawberry margaritas and full bar service are available.
6910 East Tanque Verde Road Tucson, AZ 85715 +1 520 722 4302
If Mexican food is on your mind, then this is the place to head to. With original Mexican dishes, Taco Bron promises you a treat that's larger than the Sombrero and spicier than the tortilla. Begin your meal with some mouth-watering appetizers, such as the Quesadilla Platter, Nahco Bron and Guacamole. Move on to the main course with Vampiro Torillas, Fish Tacos and Shrimp Caramelo. Don't forget to try the Choco Flan and Khalua Sundea for dessert. Choose your favorite beer and wine from the extensive list and if you prefer to party the way Mexicans do, then the variety of Margaritas and Tequilas should get you in the mood.
2041 South Craycroft Road Tucson, AZ 85711 +1 520 790 4702
Making "Fresh Homemade Food Since 1956," Mama Louisa's is the old hat among the handful of traditional-style Italian restaurants in Tucson. The recipes for the pasta and various sauces have remained unchanged since 1956, proudly made from scratch daily. The restaurant attracts a diverse afternoon patronage. The lunch crowd typically consists of Air Force servicemen from nearby Davis Monthan Air Force base, groups of business professionals, blue-collar workers from the industrial section of south Tucson, and elderly folk-who have probably eaten there since before most of the clientele were conceived. The lunch menu is extensive, and the portions are immense. Baked Ziti, Chicken Parmesan, Sausage and Pepper sandwiches, and other Italian staples are available. Open daily 7am onwards.
3850 East 44th Street Tucson, AZ 85713 +1 520 745 9175
You will not just stumble onto this real working brewery in a real warehouse, you will have to go looking for it, but it will be worth the quest. Decorated in a kind of yard-sale-gone-awry fashion, this comfortable, friendly place also offers sandwiches and live music a few nights a week. This casual "joint" pumps out some premium brews. At a couple of bucks a pint, you can afford to taste your way through the line-up. Just in case you are looking for some trivia, the brewery is the largest in the state.
4280 North Campbell Avenue Suite 37 Tucson, AZ 85718 +1 520 615 3835
Level is this ultra chic lounge that will probably pose a slap to many commercial clones that line the city. With an individual style and sophisticated charm, Level manages to besot all its guests. The interiors are rather dark with strips of yellow lightnings that work well and welcomes to an engaging evening. The large and well stocked bar also acts up well with a strings of libations meant to entice. A great place to be, it presents various DJ nights and live acts and dedicates every evening to a certain genre.
340 East 6th Street Tucson, AZ 85705 +1 520 798 1298
Plush is one of the happening places in Tucson to enjoy bands playing live, while you sip on some refreshing drinks. With vibrant interiors and an experienced staff, the ambiance and service here is absolutely fantastic. They serve a variety of great cocktails, wines and fruit juices. The place is popular amongst the young and hip of Tucson, who come to watch bands perform live. Bands such as The Lemon Drop Gang, The Dirtbombs, Clinic and Sea Wolf have performed at Plush.
2202 West Anklam Road Tucson, AZ 85709 +1 520 206 6986
If you enjoy watching plays and dramas, Pima Community College Proscenium Theater is just the place for you to visit during a trip to Tucson. This dazzling theater is equipped with the finest equipment available, which makes the plays even better to watch, with their awesome sound effects and amazing lighting. The theater is large enough to accommodate 425 people and is extremely popular in Tucson. Definitely a great place to visit during a trip to Tucson.
350 North Fourth Avenue Tucson, AZ 85705 +1 520 623 2088
If you're looking to relax in a classy and comfy atmosphere after a busy day of downtown sightseeing or shopping and dining on Fourth Avenue, visit this lounge. The selection of beers, both domestic and imported, is excellent, including Guinness and Bass from the tap; the wine list is quite extensive, featuring a good sampling of Chilean wines as well as Chardonnays and Merlots from California and France, with a glass of house wine offered at a very reasonable price. Live musical entertainment featuring local bands is provided every Friday and Saturday nights and there's never a cover charge.
326 North Fourth Avenue Tucson, AZ 85705 +1 520 740 1541
This place is one of the favorite hangouts for University of Arizona coeds and others, as it serves the famous Bison Witches Bloody Mary, a drink consumed in large quantities by droves of hungover college students on Sundays. That's part of the Fourth Avenue tradition. Another reason to visit this bar is speedy service, plus the legendary overstuffed deli sandwiches. It's not easy to find a seat during lunch hour, and even more difficult during Happy Hour, when skilled bartenders serve up a good selection of vodkas, tequilas and bourbons. So be prepared to wait a little for the Great Happy Hour Special, but be assured it'll be worth it. This place opens daily at 11am.
1028 East Sixth Street Tucson, AZ 85719 +1 520 623 6323
This is not pizza pie in the sky: it's the real thing. Zachary's brings you pan pizza from the heart of Chicago, complete with homemade crust. A hint of olive oil, a dash of spice and lots of toppings heaps the windy city's best blend on your plate. The Big Z is a neighborhood favorite, topped with "the works." A large size is $21.95 and worth every penny. Chase your dinner with a variety of quality draught beers including Guinness and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, or choose your favorite soft drink.
Located at the Tucson Convention Center The Tucson Music Hall
is a wonderful place to catch a performance. This venue has two levels the Orchestra Level as well as the Balcony Level, both of which have excellent and comfortable ...
This 500 seat hall, located on the School for the
Deaf and the Blind campus on the west side of town, has become one of Tucson's most popular venues for small orchestras, chamber musicians, folk music performers and dance ...
This is where the smokers of Tucson take their last
stand. The place serves some of the strongest coffee in town, which is why night owls love to hang out there until long after midnight. Non smokers usually prefer ...