There is no need to travel all around the globe to try a variety of microbrews and craft beers when you have the Tap & Bottle. This bar features at least twenty beers on tap, and the selection is constantly rotating. In addition to the beers, there are six wines available by the glass. No matter what you order, the atmosphere at Tap & Bottle is very friendly and welcoming, meaning you just might make some new friends here as well.
The creation of award-winning Chef Kelly, Primo serves fine Italian cuisine with seasonal and organic hints, alongside domestic and regional Italian wines. Nestled inside the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa, this gem of a restaurant features relaxed yet upscale dining rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and a sun-drenched patio that overlooks the city. The spectacular views of the adjacent Tucson mountains provide the perfect setting to an already memorable dining experience.
Buffet Bar & Crock Pot is a working-class watering hole has been here since 1934. It's the only bar in Tucson that opens early and, believe it or not, that's because they really do get customers at those morning hours. Home of the "Happy Minute" in the evenings, when everybody at The Buffet gets another of whatever they're drinking completely on the house. Just know beforehand that hot dogs are about as haute cuisine as it gets here.
For over 50 years, The Maverick has been Tucson's top club for live country music and dancing. Top country acts have played here in the past, which brings in the crowds who want to let some steam off by dancing the night away. Line dancing lessons are also offered. The Maverick has a full menu of tasty favorites, from appetizers like wings and nachos to entrees like a steak dinner and fish and chips. Be sure to take advantage of their nightly drink specials as well.
They call themselves the "World's Darkest Nightclub" and they're not referring so much to the lighting situation as to the prevalent aura. On the ground-floor of a 1920s-era hotel, the club has many vestiges of its historic past coupled with the dark and dank ambiance appropriate to its alternative concept. This funky spot features an eclectic array of live music, from acoustic to alternative dance, which is perfectly suited to its dramatically diverse and energetically eccentric clientèle.
Consistently voted Tucson's top gay bar over the past two decades, IBT's promises customers a fun and memorable night out. Most come to IBT's for the dancing, with a DJ spinning tunes Tuesday through Sunday and a second DJ spinning Wednesday through Saturday nights. IBT's also hosts a very popular drag show every week. Don't forget about the great drink specials that are offered here, as well as their selection of delicious desserts.
Copper Mine Brewing Company is a startup brewery in Tucson. They have started off with serving six different types of craft beer on taps like Imperial Brown Ale, Copper Ale, Pale Ale, Irish Red Ale, Blue Agave Hibiscus Blonde Ale, etc and a few more will be added making it ten craft beer taps. All beers served are of high quality and are tasty. Those who prefer snacks with their drinks can buy their food from the food trucks parked at the front of the brewery; they generally serve German and Mexican fast food items which go well with the beers. This is an ideal place to come and enjoy a pint of beer after a day’s work or simple enjoy a weekend drinking beer in the company of friends.
Button Craft Beer is a startup microbrewery in Tucson. The brewery was started with the objective of serving the fast growing demand of craft beer in the region. They serve a wide range of micro-brewed beers in a warm and inviting atmosphere, making every beer lover wanting to return again. All beers served are of high quality and are tasty. Currently they do not serve food, but they have collaborated with several local restaurants to deliver food as required by their guests. On certain days of the week, they encourage local artists and musicians to perform at their premises and showcase their talent and at the same time entertain their guests. Further they also encourage upcoming and reputed artists to display their work of art on the walls of their premises.
The Parish is a great place to indulge in Southern comfort food. During your visit, you must try specials like Guedry's Gumbo, Drunken Angel Pasta or Mesquite Smoked Salmon salad. The craft beers and signature cocktails are also to look out for. The glass chandeliers and rustic table settings truly exude a Southern charm. The Southern hospitality and cozy patio are sure to make your dining experience delightful and will make you plan a revisit to this place soon enough. You can also throw a party at The Parish, making the gastropub perfect for almost every occasion. Reservations are recommended.