1702 is the place to head in Tucson for some great beers and hand-crafted pizzas. If you are looking for a hard-to-find brew, 1702 probably has it, along with 45 other selected microbrews and imports. The selection is constantly changing, based on what is available seasonally. 1702 also as an in-house beer shop, where they sell over 250 craft beers. For something to eat, try one of their great pizzas. Varieties include the Caseus Maxius, with mozzarella, provolone, ricotta, feta and Romano cheeses, or the Italia with spinach, basil, tomato, feta and garlic.
Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink is a lot more than just your average pizza place. They offer handcrafted pizzas featuring top-quality ingredients. Try a specialty pie like the Calabrian salami and roasted Fresno chile or the arugula and proscuitto. In addition to the pizza, they offer a large selection of hard-to-find microbrews from around the country. There are also inventive cocktails, including The Sicilian Defense with rye, blood orange liqueur and cinnamon.
Fashioned after an old-town public house, the Union Public House is just that. Replete with all the accouterments that go into making a pub, except with a more modern approach, this family-friendly pub serves local brews and whiskey, alongside delicious pub-grub that you can't keep your hands off. To add to that, there are TV screens for when your favorite game is on. Happy hours continue late into the night, when locals still trickle in for some of their famous French Dip Sliders and Cabbage Wraps. Mornings bring hearty brunches, while an alfresco dining area lets you sit in the morning sun mull over the day to come.
Barrio Brewing Co. offers a wide variety of fresh microbrews. They have a dozen of their own Barrio Brewing microbrews on tap, including their very easy-to-drink Barrio Blonde, which has a light malt flavor. If you want some food to go along with your beer, then you are in luck. Barrio Brewing Co. features a food menu decked with options like burgers and selections of very tasty Mexican bites, including tacos and quesadillas.
HUB Restaurant and Ice Creamery is one revitalized corner of Tucson which serves classic comfort food and everyone's favorite ICE-CREAM! From Pot-pies to hamburgers and hand-made ice-cream, Hub serves it all. Dessert is never a matter of debate at this eatery with truly sinful choices of Rocky Road, Salted Caramel and Creamy Vanilla Ice-cream. The decor is classically styled with comfortable seating and a long bar brimming with spirits.
Located at the popular Mercado San Agustin, Agustin Kitchen serves food that is an amalgamation of American and French cuisine. Chef Ryan Clark takes utmost interest in every ingredient that comes into his kitchen with emphasis on fresh produce sourced from local farms. Every season brings novelty for patrons making reinvention a part of the restaurant's culinary vision. For lunch, Pork Loaf Sandwich, Wagyu Burger, Beet Gnocchi and Baked Oysters deserve the attention of your palate. Brunch is served on weekends. Agustin Kitchen's cocktail menu is very popular among patrons, and cocktails like the Red-Light District, Great Escape and Peel Slowly taste as dramatic as they sound.
Located close to the University of Arizona, Magpies Pizza needs no introduction. They have been serving arguably the best gourmet/hand tossed pizzas and Italian food in the Tucson since 1989. They have a small bar serving a diverse list of wine and craft beer. The place has a special kids menu and also a vegan menu, which makes the place accessible to everyone. They also offer catering services, thus make reservations to make any private event extra special.
The minute you walk into D&D Pinball, the clanking of pinball bells and quarters jangling in pockets permeates the air. On both side of the walls, D&D has pinball machines, from classic ones like Galaga to more modern ones like Star Wars and Nightmare on Elm Street. It's located right near the 4th Avenue Shopping District and makes for a great stop after dinner or shopping; just remember to bring your quarters.