Restaurants in South side
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If you ♥ greasy fried food, you won't want to miss Lucky Wishbone's signature 'chicken, shrimp and steak fingers too.'
Hot Dogs Obregon has four total locations in town, including a brick-and-mortar place on S. Park, but the spot that gets the most word-of-mouth is in...
This tiny South Side shop also features an array of raspado flavors, including a special creation called the tuti, with peanuts, mango, orange,...
Owned by the good folks at next door Taqueria Pico De Gallo, this is one of the best places in town to get a raspado.
Part of the area Oasis chain, you'll find versions of three Mexican treats—aguas frescas, raspados and raspados de crema.
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Real bakery (formerly known as Alexia) does special occasion cakes, and they're also a good spot for traditional Mexican breads and pastries like...
A NASCAR themed restaurant serving homemade food – including pies and cakes.
Arguably the best beans in the city seriously, though, if you're a vegetarian, be aware that lard is an important ingredient to making them so...
With seafood the focus, this Mexican restaurant offers specials Saturdays and Sundays.
Maybe Tucson's best kept secret, El Torero has been serving authentic Mexican food—their turkey mole, huge cheese crisps, mountainous topopos,...