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    The Coronet
    Brasserie-style restaurant, Old World rustic cuisine, cute bar, quiet music, big patio with good shade, outstanding coffee.

    The Coronet restaurant is driven by an old world inspiration where we serve our take on rustic european country cooking. We care deeply about all of our ingredients and all of our products. We absolutely love food! The Coronet is owned by Sally Kane and Gregor Kretschmann. Erika Bostick-Esham is The Coronet’s wonderful chef. Jesse van Rijn Schaefer is our amazing head bartender. The food menus are all created by Erika and Sally.
    The harmony of their collaboration is evident on the plate and on the palate.

    The meats are all sustainable and considerately sourced and the steelhead always on the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s list of great fish to consume. The menu is seasonally inspired and the fruits and vegetables are organic when possible. We have our own hive of bees! We all have omnivores gusto, nevertheless our dishes are easily accessible to vegetarians, vegans and gluten dissidents. There is always a bounty of fruits and vegetables on every menu.

    Frequently has live music, brunch specials and other events. We have late night happy hour! Check website for changing menu details.
    We accept reservations for parties of 10 or more, except on most major holidays, when a reservation is required for any party size.
    Cushing Street Bar & Restaurant
    Cushing Street Bar & Restaurant opened in October 1972 and is still operated by the original family owners. Portions of the main dining room and private dining rooms date back to the 1860s when Arizona was still a Territory.

    The oldest parts of the building feature original two foot thick walls made of adobe (mud and straw) which was a popular building material of the 1800s. An antique cut glass chandelier in the bar is from an old French mansion in Mexico City, as is the Art Nouveau statue of Cleopatra, which is our trademark. A tall display cabinet was used in 1880 as a legal bookcase in Hermosillo, Sonora. The beautiful Steinway piano is a centennial piano, made in 1876.
    Featuring weekly Jazz nights, Cushing Street is a great place to unwind and enjoy a good meal. Cushing Street Bar & Restaurant features comfortable garden patio dining in a very charming courtyard setting reminiscent of old Mexico.
    Dante's Fire
    Live Music Saturday Nights from 9-11 pm

    Dante's Fire, Cocktails & Cuisine has a simple philosophy - Food made from food. Executive Chef & Owner Ken Foy's vision of a scratch kitchen creating Fine Food For Everyone, even until 2 in the morning. On the other side GM & Owner Jon Tuck believes that to be a great cocktail you must have fresh ingredients, proper technique, and above all it's got to be so good you'll want another.

    We've created a fine food, casual atmosphere that caters to well, everyone. Start with our daily Happy Hour, enjoy live, local music on the weekends, and feel welcome to hang out all night long.
    Downtown Kitchen & Cocktails
    We serve delicious American food as an optimistic and affectionate statement of who we are as a people today. We look to culinary traditions that Americans have brought here from their former homes in Indo-China, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Latin America as well our take on traditional American classics to create menus with flavors as diverse, varied and wonderful as America itself. Exuberant, delectable and nurturing, our dishes will excite your palate.

    Innovative farm-to-table cooking with global influences & killer cocktails from James Beard Award winner Janos Wilder in an art-filled, urban setting with roomy outdoor patio. Dinner, happy hour, bar menu seven nights a week and late night Friday & Saturday.
    Elvira's Restaurant
    Established in 1927 Elvira's Restaurant of Nogales, Mexico is now in Tubac, Arizona bringing you the best Mexican cuisine and award winning dishes! Come and enjoy our new restaurant with its vibrant design.

    Chef Ruben Monroy, who has degrees in graphic arts and interior design, selected and purchased all the furnishings and wide-ranging blend of traditional and contemporary Mexican arts and crafts that adorn the bright and lively new location during many trips throughout his native country.
    He painted the restaurant himself, with a series of electric blue walls, decorated with colorful dots. “I decided to change the whole design of the restaurant with a blend of traditional to fun and funky items. I want people to come and get a taste of the new and old Mexico, and experience not just the food, but the culture, the colors and the spirit,” he said.
    After he completed his studies in interior design and graphic arts, Monroy headed off for cooking school in Mexico City to become a chef. He creates all the recipes and does much of the cooking at the new location, his preference being for “more inventive cuisine.”

    Feast
    Feast’s menu changes on the first Tuesday of each month, and remains the same for both lunch and dinner, as well as in between. This keeps our menu seasonally appropriate and offers up the freshest ingredients possible at the height of their season. We also feature a full service wine shop.

    Tucson Weekly’s Best of Tucson, September 2009 Best Modern Cuisine
    Feast
    “At Feast, Doug Levy continues to dazzle with his new creations on a menu that changes every month to take advantage of the freshest ingredients available. Whether it’s a salad, a classic like beef Wellington or an inventive twist like corn pudding over grilled artichokes, red onion, kale and peppers from a local garden, Levy combines flavors like an alchemist to create a meal you’ll savor. Eat in the inviting dining room, or get well-packaged take-out for a fancy dinner at home; either way, you are indeed in for a feast.”
    Fini's Landing
    Carribbean tacos, salads, beer, and sports bar.

    Tucson natives Scott and Fini met as summer lifeguards in 1987. While proving to be opposites in demeanor, they found common ground on their tastes regarding straw hats, music, bottle openers and flipflops.

    Fini’s Landing is their escape to the waterfront menus and lifestyles of the Keys and Caribbean, Mexico and California, brought back to their landlocked hometown with an authenticity and spirit of the places that inspired it. The fish tacos are named and created in tribute to real coastal towns in Mexico that offer a unique style of taco. The Key West ceviche is in fact, a Key West recipe. The black beans came from the home-cooked notes of a woman who fled the Castro regime in Cuba, and now lives in Marathon, Florida.

    While blurry recollections of college-era border crossings gave way to real life and the two have begrudgingly been forced to “grow up” a little bit in recent years, their commitment to fun and pleasure is also the reason that the restaurant holds high standards of sustainability. Scott’s years spent on top and underneath the water were enough to see the impact of irresponsible commercial and sportfishing fishing practices, and for that reason Fini’s only sells fish from recognized sustainable fisheries. In addition, the restaurant also recycles most of its cardboard, plastic, and glass, and uses only compostable packaging for its to-go meals.

    All of this background, of course, doesn’t put great food on the plates, that came with the chance meeting of chef Tim Stevens in a past bar from a past life. “Tiki Tim” came to us via a shared passion for Polynesian pop culture with renowned tiki aficionado Fini. Holding degrees in culinary arts and culinary nutrition from Johnson & Wales Culinary School in Providence RI, the addition of Tiki Tim and his uniquely original menu to the Landing crew turned out to be the glue that holds the ship together.
    Hotel Congress
    A landmark HOTEL with urban charm

    Unique Southwestern charm, urban and vintage. The Hotel Congress, built in 1919, is the cultural landmark that anchors Downtown Tucson. Though classically renovated and updated, every nook and cranny of the hotel reveals a window to years past, from the Tap Room Bar to the colorful murals that line the walls – there is a story in every detail.
    Urban hotel in the heart of downtown Tucson
    Historic authenticity
    Private bath
    Air-conditioning
    Wi-fi

    Cup Café, the signature Hotel Congress restaurant, attracts every walk of life for its eclectic American fare served seven days a week in downtown Tucson. “The Cup” is an award-winning destination for locals and visitors alike, complete with a full bar, dining room and plaza seating. Expect a wait for breakfast on the weekend – itʼs one of the best in town. The build your-own Bloody Mary bar helps the time pass quickly. And be sure to stop by the dessert case – the sweet treats rotating behind glass has a hypnotizing effect.

    Congress has exciting live music and events every week, check the website for schedule.
    Hub Restaurant & Creamery
    Enjoy American comfort food, downtown made ice cream, and more than 20 craft beers on draft. Located on historic Congress Street in downtown Tucson. Plenty of downtown parking and the SunLink streetcar route right outside our doors, a night on the town or dinner with the family is not only fun, but easy.
    HUB isn't just for dinner and ice cream. Our featured and weekly events are the coolest things in town. And when you are feeling a bit adventurous, check out the events going on next door at Playground! We share a kitchen and we share good times too!

    La Roca Restaurant
    La Roca, only a short stroll from the Arizona border, is one of the finest culinary experiences in all of Mexico . Nestled in the historic Casa Margot and carved in to the base of a natural rock cliff, here, you’ll savor clasico Sonoran cuisine made with only the freshest produce from the fertile farms of the Sinaloa Valley, the freshest seafood from Guaymas and Los Mochis, and choice beef from the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains.

    Just below the restaurant, in the courtyard, you'll find El Changarro Home Décor and La Granada Boutique. Shop for beautiful hand made furniture, colorful talavera pottery, hand-blown glass, sumptuously soft cotton clothing, silver jewelry and much more!

    We established the first downtown market and paired it with a charismatic restaurant & bar. Both are fueled by a passion for celebrating the best of place, product, and service.
    Penca
    Mexico City Cuisine and international Bar located in the heart of Downtown Tucson

    Located in historic downtown Tucson inside a beautifully renovated building from the 1920's, Penca Restaurante offers outstanding fresh cuisine, a seasonal selection of traditional dishes from Central Mexico, and an international bar featuring over 30 mezcals, premium tequilas, award winning craft cocktails, dynamic wine list, and more. Penca is a charming blend of old world charm and urban chic, offering seating options in the comfortable dining room, intimate bar and a private dining room.

    HAPPY HOUR TUESDAY- SATURDAY 3pm to 5pm
    Sidecar
    A neighborhood bar serving cocktails, craft beer, and wine.

    Inventive and balanced cocktails in an intimate setting just off Broadway Blvd. Sidecar prides itself in using the freshest ingredients and time honored techniques to deliver just the beverage that fits your needs. The atmosphere at Sidecar is intimate and inviting.

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