A Tucson institution for 20 years, this bakery cafe has set the standard for wholesome food a la 60s and 70s with its omelets, quiches and tofu scrambles. Its glory continues to this day due to the staff's dedication to quality and a chocolate dessert dish that never fails to impress clients and reviewers. A great outdoor patio with greenery and fountains provides shade and cool during brutal Tucson summers.
This friendly midtown cafe specializes in vegetarian and ethnic foods. It has a menu that both vegetarians and meat-eaters will find agreeable. Breakfast is particularly good, with delicious homemade bread, the best home fries in town, and a service crew that makes you feel at home instantly. It's a clean, well-lit place for people that do not care for fancy decor as much as they do for good food.
Appropriate for a city with a rich Mexican tradition, this restaurant is dedicated to the legendary Mexican vaquero, the first cowboy. As may be expected, the decor reflects the cowboy theme, displaying all the paraphernalia of the vaquero life. The menu offers a wide variety of authentic border cuisine, with a grand selection of mesquite-fired fajitas topping the list of favorites. Also at 5205 East Broadway Boulevard in the Target Shopping Center, phone +1 (520) 745 9688.
Located in the foothills of the Catalina Mountains, this is the place to go for classy ambiance and panoramic views of Tucson and the surrounding desert. This is where Tucsonans take their friends and families from out of town to make the best impression: a classy combination of Southwestern colors and contemporary artwork, featuring nouvelle cuisine served in stylish kitchen preparations. There is a superb wine selection and jackets are required.
4280 North Campbell Avenue Suite 37 Tucson, AZ 85718
Located in artsy St. Philip's Plaza, this spot showcases local artists while offering an eclectic, innovative selection of Mediterranean food, wood-fired pizza and outstanding pastas with an Asian tinge. The service is excellent, making Ovens Bistro and Wine Bar well-worth more than one visit. Favorites include Grilled Chicken Breast in Cranberry Chutney and Lobster Mushroom Ravioli, innovative indeed. The wine list is extensive. Outside dining is possible on the well-shaded patio, even during the hot summer months.
This restaurant in Central Tucson offers Indian cuisine from all regions of the subcontinent. The menu is expansive. The daily lunch buffet is fabulous and the cooking high quality throughout. Make it your top choice for Indian cuisine in this town. While you're dining, Indian scenery and mythology surround you to make your lunch into a multimedia sensory experience. A full bar is available offering a good selection of Indian and international beers.
This place serves up some of the best seafood you'll find in the city. Not into seafood? There are plenty of other appetizing options. The main dining room is subtle and sophisticated with a large vase as its focal point. To one side, its sea-blue walls define the oyster bar. The fireplaced-lounge is a cozy spot to settle in with a glass from the award-winning wine list. A late night menu features soups, salads, sandwiches and many of their popular seafood items.
Not far from Old Tucson Studios, the Scordato family has been providing local diners and visitors with an appetizing array of Italian classics since 1972. High-backed chairs, starched linens, pastel walls and classic prints give the dining room a somewhat formal, but not unapproachable, air. Service is professional and knowledgeable. From pastas to hearty veal and meat dishes, you'll find a full range of classic Italian entrées.
Dark wood and brick in the dining rooms lend Fuego Restaurant Bar & Grill a country-style atmosphere. The patio is large and lively. The menu emphasizes fresh, local ingredients and includes ostrich and game specialties. A "game harvest of the week" special features everything from buffalo to elk and venison. Served in generous portions, foodies can experiment with the diverse and unique preparations at this crowded local eatery.
If you're a foodie or a "wine wonk," you'll want to be sure to reserve your spot well in advance and make the trip to this tiny treasure of a restaurant. A banquette lines one wall of the minuscule dining space, and only a half dozen other tables are available. The look is contemporary and clean, and the service is friendly and accommodating. The place features French-inspired American cuisine and includes many vegetarian options.
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