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Harvest brings a contemporary menu highlighting locally-sourced produce and fresh seasonal ingredients. The cuisine is a medley of international flavors and classic American standbys, a true treat for the taste-buds. Some of the regular favorites you will find on Chef Mario Ledezma's menu include the House-made Gnocchi, Tenderloin Medallions, Brandy Burger and Coconut Shrimp Salad. Wines and cocktails complement each course, adding a finesse to the dining experience. The atmosphere is upscale yet casual, perfect for every occasion and service adheres to a high level. Watch out for the happy hours and reserve ahead to make the most.
Gold has been a multiple award-winning restaurant and has long been a Tucson favorite. Located at the naturally breathtaking Westward Look Resort, it has been honored with Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence. It's open and airy with classically elegant furnishings and decor. As you'd expect, gold is used extensively in the color scheme. Floor-to-ceiling windows afford diners a panoramic view of the surrounding desert and mountains. While the menu has recently been given a more modern bent, it still focuses on classic cuisine with a southwestern spin.
Considered one of the top Tucson restaurants for contemporary fine dining, Wildflower American Cuisine is a beautifully appointed North Oracle eatery. A dining experience experience here shouldn't be missed. The American cuisine is accented with elements of French, Italian and Asian ingredients and preparations. The restaurant is comfortable and contemporary, with stunning high ceilings. Fairly heavy on seafood, the menu also features dishes like Korean BBQ chicken tacos and spinach pappardelle pasta.
This microbrewery and bistro's dining spaces are airy and comfortable, with light wood and high ceilings. Owned and operated by the same folks who run the Prescott Brewing Company in northern Arizona, this comfortable, contemporary cafe offers a full range of house brews that mesh well with the menu. Soups, salads, sandwiches and poultry, beef and seafood entrees, with fish and chips a house specialty and one of the many British-inspired menu favorites.
Here's one of the most popular sports bars in Tucson, run by an ex-school teacher who in 1978 decided his real calling was to sell pastrami. He made the right decision, since the place is still buzzing with people drinking beer from big pitchers and munching on pastrami sandwiches. Other than watching athletic games on TV, clients pass their time playing video games or doing karaoke. The kitchen offers all-American fare, from tuna melt sandwiches to chili cheeseburgers. Special house brews are available in pints, ponys and pitchers.
Mike and Tillie Valle and daughters, Christina and Teresa, have been welcoming Tucsonans and visitors to their friendly, family-oriented Mexican restaurants since 1980. The Oracle Road location, now run by Teresa, is a great place to stop for a bite when shopping at the Tucson Mall. House specialties include fajitas, Carne Seca, Chiles Rellenos, and Camarones Rancheros (shrimp sautéed with chilies, tomatoes, onions and cilantro). Full bar service includes the restaurant's namesake, margaritas, and a special house-recipe Sangría.
An upscale atmosphere and charm is omnipresent at The Westin La Paloma's signature restaurant, Azul Restaurant & Lounge. Decked in style and grandeur, the interiors make it a perfect venue for special occasions like business luncheons, formal gatherings, romantic dinners and parties. The Catalina mountains stand out like a beautiful visage peeking from the floor-to-ceiling windows, lending a uniqueness to the venue. On the menu one will find elaborate creations of favorite American standbys like the sliders and calamari. The small plates and charcuterie are perfectly complemented by the bespoke wine list. Post dining, patrons can relax in the lounge with robust cocktails and music. Overall, the experience is one that cannot be missed whenever you're stopping by Westin La Paloma.
This historic 1929 guest ranch offers the perfect gourmet getaway, the Grill at Hacienda del Sol. It's been featured in Bon Appetit, Travel & Leisure, Esquire and National Geographic Traveler and has earned the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. The decor is sophisticated and understated Spanish Colonial with fine southwestern-inspired art. The territorial-style setting is a delightful backdrop for the southwestern-accented American menu, which includes dishes like cornmeal crusted chicken and waffled and panko crusted scallops.