The Coronet

May 25, 2016

Brasserie style restaurant, old-world rustic cuisine, cute yet full bar, quiet music, big patio, good shade, outstanding coffee.

Agustín Kitchen

March 5, 2012

Located in the heart of the West side, Agustin Kitchen is a reflection of its warm and friendly neighborhood.

Maynards Market & Kitchen

June 3, 2011

Welcome to Maynards Market, Tucson’s finest downtown wine shop! Located in the historic train depot, Maynards Market is a great stopping place to satisfy your palate throughout the day. We have a wonderful breakfast menu filled with quick bites and all of your caffeine needs to start your day. We lead into lunch with an upscale […]

DOWNTOWN Kitchen & Cocktails

June 3, 2011

Open for lunch and dinner. Janos Wilder return to Downtown emphasizes the whole idea of food, cooking, the kitchen, and, of course, cocktails.

Cup Cafe at Hotel Congress

June 3, 2011

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Eclectic offerings and baker Bill Roberts’ homemade desserts attract gobs of locals and tourists alike at this at this historic, Downtown stalwart.

Cafe a la C’art

June 1, 2011

Open for breakfast and lunch; also open for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Café and caterer tucked into the historic Stevens/Duffield House next to the Tucson Museum of Art combines artful, delicate fare with consistently good service and impressive pastries.

Cafe Poca Cosa

May 27, 2011

Open for lunch and dinner. Your out-of-town guest may be a little thrown off by the menu board brought in lieu of traditional menus, but the everchanging, Latin American creations of Suzana Davila will more than make up for it at this upbeat, urban gathering place.

47 Scott

May 26, 2011

Open for brunch and dinner. See website for hours. An eclectic menu of lunch and dinner items, such as mac & cheese, spicy fish cakes, burger, salads, pork sandwich, roast chicken and more. The New York Times highlights 47 Scott for drinks that are “some of the country’s most creative cocktails.”