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Chef and owner Jonathan Landeen's culinary style is as distinctive as his trademark mustache. The restaurant's five southwestern-style dining rooms are kept cozy with beehive fireplaces and regional art and accessories. Ask any local where to go for buffalo or ostrich, and this place will surely be one of their top picks. Exotic ostrich and buffalo star on a menu of meaty entrees, which also includes steaks, prime rib, roast pork loin and several chicken and seafood dishes. This place opens at 3pm from Monday to Saturday. And on Sunday it is open at 5pm.
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.
Sullivan's is a class-act steakhouse that is less about meat quantity and all about meat quality and atmosphere. Serving up deliciously mixed martinis to compliment any of their prime cuts of steak and a warm but cool ambiance make this restaurant I must see for business elites or just a night out with your main squeeze. They have over 20 locations nationwide and continue to grow this swanky steak empire by providing customers a first-class experience.
This is a cowboy carnivore's home on the range, featuring mesquite-grilled steaks, chops and ribs. Meats are cut in-house to ensure consistency and quality. The space is rustic and saloon-like with concrete floors and a rough-edged decor. The staff is folksy. When you're looking for authentic cowboy cuisine, put this place on your list. Meals come with cowboy beans and Texas-style toast. Full bar service includes a fairly comprehensive wine list.
Whether you want to grab a quick bite before venturing out to explore the city or want to experience some of the best grilled meats and a lively atmosphere, stop by Catalina Barbeque Co. & Sports Bar. Located at the iconic JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa amidst a sprawling golf course and undulated hills, this restaurant presents an upscale and elegant venue that suits special dining occasions. Executive Chef Danny Perez has created a menu that highlights the finest smoked meats cooked in Midwestern style. From the Pulled Pork Shoulder to the "Extra Meaty" Baby Back Ribs, each meat is equally succulent and delicious, glazed and seasoned to perfection. Other favorites include the Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf, Rib Eye Steak and the award-winning Carne Asada Tacos. Catalina Barbeque Co. also seconds as a lively sports bar featuring an impressive drinks line-up, high definition TVs that broadcast the season's games, along with pool games and occasional live music. Private dining is also offered; reservations are welcomed.