Popular Restaurants in Tucson
With obvious New York style, Big Apple appetites also love the variety of calzones and house-made Italian ices and gelatos.
Consistent quality with classics like lemon chicken and pad thai keep the regulars regular.
WIldcat fans will never go hungry for their teams; Sam Hughes has 29 plasma TVs.
The seafood restaurant has had good buzz for years, and with good reason: It consistently delivers with exquisite, no-nonsense food. And if you don't trust your own palate, trust those of the many locals chefs who choose to eat here in their off-time.
The locally owned Bamboo Club menu sticks within a comfort zone for a wide variety of diners.
Casual gourmet is the name of the game at Delectables. (Actually, so is "healthy portions.")
Inside the Hotel Congress, the Cup Café is renowned for its scrumptious edibles, from the signature dishes to plenty of vegetarian options. And just thinking about that sweet dessert carousel makes our mouths water!
Your alumni parents ate and drank here, and the 35-year-old Gentle Ben's still attracts UA sports fans old and young.
Grimaldi's gourmet pizzas are cooked by coal-fired, brick ovens.