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American
5 reviews
Head to the track-side building for salads, sandwiches, coffee and gourmet goodies during daylight hours, and locavore cuisine, wine and cocktails after dark. — Where
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American
4 reviews
Seasonally changing menu of modern American comfort food with an eclectic menu of wine, brews and handcrafted cocktails. Serving brunch and dinner. — Where
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American
4 reviews
Classic American comfort food with a twist. — Where
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Burgers
4 reviews
Pastas are made fresh --- we recommend the ravioli. Fish dishes also shine but options are subject to the time of year. — Gayot
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American
4 reviews
...another of Tucson's fun, inexpensive, and atmospheric steakhouse. — Frommer's
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American
4 reviews
Worldly, gourmet carry-out or casual dining. Wine retail too. — Where
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Italian
3 reviews
7
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Bakeries
3 reviews
Although ostensibly a bakery, this place is really a bustling sandwich shop that also sells great breads and pastries. — Frommer's
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Japanese
3 reviews
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American
2 reviews
This American kitchen at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain emphasizes local and fresh, and is a fine spot for special occasions or family dining. — Gayot
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American
4 reviews
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American
3 reviews
A Southern-fusion eatery that’s all about bold flavors, progressive beers and unique cocktails. — Where
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Bakeries
4 reviews
If you’ve greeted the day with bloodshot eyes, get back in gear with high-octane coffee, energy-restoring omelettes or a fiery chorizo scramble at this beloved local institution. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
4 reviews
When he was president, Bill Clinton stopped by Mi Nidito, a beloved culinary venue on Tucson’s south side, and demolished half the menu. — Frommer's
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Cafe
5 reviews
Chorizo and eggs is a tasty combination, and Cup Cafe offers a fantastic version of this dish with a spicy chorizo they call 'gunpowder.' — Afar Magazine
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Vegan and Vegetarian
2 reviews
The menu at this casual little place may not sound too interesting until you realize that not one of those dishes actually has meat in it. — Frommer's
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Mexican
3 reviews
It's a Tucson institution where you can get the best "Sonoran/Mexican hot dogs" north of the border. — Afar Magazine
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Mexican
El Presidio
3 reviews
'œThe Little One' is tiny and loud, and sometimes you may be asked to share a table with people you don'™t know. — Gayot
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Japanese
3 reviews
Japanese "izakayas" are casual taverns where patrons can relax and enjoy a sampling of small dishes, beer and sake. — Where
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