If you are growing tired of your normal burger place, take a tasty trip to Zinburger. All of their gourmet burgers are made with Certified Angus beef, and come in varieties like the Breakfast Burger with a fried egg, applewood-smoked bacon, avocado and american cheese. Their milkshakes are great too, as are their hand-cut sweet potato and truffle fries. As their name suggests, Zinburger also has a selection of wine pairings that go great with whatever burger you just ordered.
A Tucson institution for 20 years, this bakery and cafe has set the standard for wholesome food with its omelets, quiches and tofu scrambles. Its glory continues to this day due to the staff's dedication to quality ingredients and service. Don't miss their chocolate dessert dish, which never fails to impress clients and reviewers. A great outdoor patio with greenery and fountains provides shade and cool during the hot Tucson summers.
Chef and owner Suzana Davila gives locals and visitors a taste of the complex flavors of southern Mexico at this funky and popular cafe inside the historic Clarion Santa Rita Hotel. Just take a look at the many international articles and awards that line the walls and you'll know that you're in for an exciting culinary adventure. Vibrant Mexican colors abound with just about every wall a different bright hue. The menu changes twice every day to offer guests to try both classic dishes and new adventurous ones.
La Cocina is a great place to pick for lunch after strolling around the downtown arts district. Situated in the shaded courtyard of the Old Town Artisans complex, this grill and restaurant offers Sonoran-style dishes in a 19th century cantina setting. Locals like to take out-of-town visitors to this pleasant place in order to show off their city. The ambiance is that of an 1890-style cantina, combined with patio dining in a beautiful courtyard setting with flowers and ponds. The fare is mostly Mexican, but does include dishes like the Fettucine con Pollo. Beer and wine is also available.
Here's one of the most interesting places to dine in Tucson. Located in the historic Hotel Congress in downtown Tucson, the cafe retains the ambiance of another era, but the clientèle is definitely hip. Full bar service is available. The food is eclectic, reflecting American, Mexican and Italian tastes, but always top rate. The desserts, all homemade, are simply superb.
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.
The cuisine is international, the ambiance is totally charged and the name is Feast. What more do you need to have a whale of time especially where your appetite is concerned. The chef has come up with some interesting dishes that could leave you asking for more. If you want to go for the greens, then take a pick from the Mixed Green Salad or the Smoked Trout with Watermelon and Avocado salad. Enjoy a Roast Pork Sandwich or the popular Feast Grilled Cheese. If that's not all, then go for the Curried Shrimp or New York Grilled Steak. With so much and more on offer out here, you are ensured a great time with flavors you will cherish and prices that are friendly.
Nestled in the heart of Tucson, 47 Scott serves contemporary takes on American classics in a rustic-minimalist setting. The eatery opened its doors to the public in the year 2010 and has slowly cemented itself as a neighborhood favorite thanks to its diverse and wholesome breakfast fare and friendly service. Some of their specialties include the Bacon Wrapped Dates, Mustard Crusted Salmon, and the Flatiron Steak. Its sister establishment Scott & Co is located next door and serves up an impressive range of original cocktails.
If you are looking for a great place where art and music combine then head to Solar Culture. With a fantastic art gallery, enriched in history, the Gallery is a great place to check out some fantastic Artwork. The general public are allowed to showcase their art for free at the premises. Solar Culture is also a venue where local bands perform live and enthrall the audience.