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Kon Tiki is truly a departure from the abundance of Mexican and Continental American restaurants around Tucson. It's the only major restaurant in Tucson featuring Hawaiian cuisine. Two flaming torches and a wooden tribal figurine guard the front entrance and the interior walls are fashioned with bamboo sticks, as expected. The lighting is subdued and intimate. Traditional Hawaiian cuisine is served including plentiful teriyaki chicken dishes, with vegetable medleys and pineapple garnishes. And yes, the restaurant serves a variety of fruity alcoholic beverages with paper umbrellas.
Tired of tame tuna and bland bass? Experience authentic Mexican-style seafood at Mariscos Chihuahua. House specialties include a chile-charged shrimp cocktail, the Seven Seas Soup with shrimp, octopus, white fish and more, and fish filets prepared in the style of many different Mexican state—Veracruz, Sarandeado, Culichi. Mexican soft drinks and beers add to the authentic experience at these slightly rustic, but comfortable cafes that have won numerous Best Mexican Seafood Awards.
Beef and booze that's what's on the menu at this 60-year-old Tucson legend. The historic territorial-style ranch house has been recently remodeled, but still retains its cowboy charm. Prime rib is the specialty of the house, but you'll also find a full menu of steak, ribs, chicken and fish, each grilled to your exact specifications. Be sure to save room for a piece of the Adobe Mud Pie. Full bar service is available either in the dining room or the adjacent cantina.
Mesquite-grilled cowboy-style steaks are the star at this Wild West eatery, located within the Trail Dust Townwestern-themed attraction. It's a slice of cowboy culture complete with all the rustic rodeo-style trappings. Also be warned that this is not the place to wear your best tie, it's likely to end up as a part of the decor. Service is fast and friendly. This is the place for grilled steaks, chicken, ribs and fish with chuck wagon-type sides. Full bar service is available.