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    Bisbee Breakfast Club
    Since 2005, the Bisbee Breakfast Club has been serving up great breakfasts, tasty lunches, homemade pies and desserts to locals and visitors alike in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Located in the historic Rexall Drug building in the neighborhood of Lowell. In 2009 the restaurant expanded into the neighboring space, a former glass shop, to accommodate increased demand. Now with sister stores in Tucson and Mesa, the original Bisbee Breakfast Club continues to live up to its reputation as a memorable destination and a home away from home for many... "just past the pit"!


    OTHER LOCATIONS
    Bisbee Breakfast Club Ina
    4131 W Ina Rd Tucson, AZ 85741
    (520) 579-7495
    6:00 AM to 2:05 PM EVERY DAY!

    Bisbee Breakfast Club Mesa
    2909 S. Dobson Rd Suite 21 Mesa, AZ 85202
    (480) 704-3464
    6:00 AM to 2:05 PM EVERY DAY!

    Bisbee Breakfast Club Sunrise
    4811 E. Sunrise Dr. Suite 165 Tucson, AZ 85718
    520-329-8769
    6AM-2:05PM Every day!

    Bisbee Breakfast Club Broadway
    2936 E. Broadway Blvd Tucson, AZ 85716
    520-579-7495
    Open 6AM-2:05PM Every day!
    Bisbee's Table
    Fresh, Local, Original, dining in the heart of Old Bisbee. New American food in an old town far from normal.

    Bisbee's Table, a new menu, a new way of looking at the way we prepare food, local, organic, light, fresh, and always changing. Gluten Free hamburgers and a menu just for Gluten Free diets. We love our job!

    Bisbee’s Table was established originally as Bisbee Grille in February 2001 under the partnership of the Page family who also operates Santiago’s Mexican, San Ramon Hotel and Bisbee Coffee Co. The location was originally Cafe Maxi’s before 1996. Brothers Rob, Michael, Ed and Bobby accepted the vacant space in 2000 to help provide an additional anchor in the old Phelps-Dodge Mercantile, a decision that has help provide jobs for over 85 people and successfully anchored the building.

    We have employed 5 Chefs in the past 15 years, most recently Rebecca McMahon all bringing evolution and expertise to the restaurants. Originally focused on a Tex-Mex style of cooking with white table cloths and a fine-dining flare. A more “new American” casual menu was introduced in 2002 and it has evolved to emphasize big bold flavors and comfort foods in a more relaxed environment.

    A name change took effect in 2010 as we re-constructed the look and feel of the restaurant to include a more evolved menu and larger bar scene and to escape the burden of “Grille” in the future of the restaurant, Bisbee’s Table was born of an idea that “all are welcome to our Table”. He started, as usual, with the music a more hip/folk vibe could be felt evolving. Rob was also seen taking a sledge hammer to the microwaves.

    In addition to a new 25ft. marquee neon sign, a new bar was constructed by Satori Builders in place of the small service bar that included five elevated bar tables and two giant television screens and 6 beer taps along with new wines and more attention to whiskeys and craft cocktails and the addition of a new herb garden outside the kitchen.

    More recently, Tavolo Pizza was added as an expansion concept appurtenant to the kitchen in 900 square feet of the former Visitor’s Center. Pizza was the number one most requested menu item and ignoring it would have been a problem. Guests can better see the evolution of the name change through this new concept and those that follow in the next few years. “Evolution is my idea of sustainability, you are either growing or inviting death, there is no grey area in restaurant management”, says Rob. Many would agree, the restaurants are always busy.
    Cafe Roka
    MODERN AMERICAN FOOD Chef/Owner Rod Kass has evolved a very personal style of cooking over the past 25 years. The dishes on our menu are inspired primarily by Italian, Californian, Mediterranean, and vegetarian cuisines.
    THE FRESHEST SEASONAL INGREDIENTS Rod seeks out the highest quality foods, focusing on local organic produce, naturally farmed, grass-fed meats, and sustainably harvested seafood.
    WINE BAR New! Featuring the best of Arizona wines. Local and regional selections offered for tasting on the weekends. A limited menu is available for a light lunch or appetizers.

    Cafe Roka serves modern American food. The ‘signature’ of Chef/Owner Rod Kass’ cooking is a style rather than a particular dish or dishes (although you won’t find his Portobello Mushroom and Artichoke lasagna anywhere else). He offers many different tastes, textures, colors, and looks throughout a four course dinner. We are one of the few remaining restaurants in the United States to offer four courses (soup, salad, sorbet, and entrée), without a prix fixe menu.

    Rod often uses nuts, polenta, pasta, and citrus, to create opposite palate combinations of crunchiness/softness, tangy/sweet, spicy/muted, or subtle/rousing. Plates are artfully presented, because the eye plays a large part in anticipation of taste and appreciation of food, often with bright accent sauces complementing the natural color of the food.

    Soups, which vary nightly, are vegetarian based and might be, for example, black bean/smoked white corn, mushroom/potato, or tomato/green chile/cilantro.

    Salads are generally a mix of organic greens. Dressings might be a roasted pine nut/white truffle oil vinaigrette, an apple/sherry vinaigrette, or a creamy basil dressing.

    Sorbet, lime or lemon, is a palate cleanser and prepares the way for the entrée.

    Many people are on restricted food diets. Fortunately we are able to provide interesting and good food for those who are vegan, have problems with gluten, or are on special diets. We also offer innovative and tasty vegetarian food with two or three vegetarian options on every menu.

    Generally, we change our menu twice weekly. About 35 different dishes are rotated through the menu depending on the season and product availability.

    Rod Kass is the chef and owner of Cafe Roka. From 1986-1989, Rod apprenticed at the Phoenix Biltmore, worked at the La Champagne Room at the former Registry Resort, and was chef at the Market Room of the 8700 Club in Scottsdale. He moved to Bisbee in 1990 and after working in a variety of food settings, opened Cafe Roka in 1992.

    Carriage House
    Janos Wilder’s Carriage House Event Space and Cooking School is a vibrant addition to Tucson’s Downtown culinary scene.

    Check online for a schedule of cooking classes--top chefs, wine and spirit experts, food historians, and more will share their talents and recipes with you.

    Dim Sum Brunch on Sundays from 10:00-2:00
    Our Sunday brunch at The Carriage House takes inspiration from the Hong Kong tea houses featuring push-carts laden with small plates of delectables to be shared at the table, the tradition of dim sum. To that foundation we add a globally-oriented menu, offering delicacies from South Asia, the Pacific Rim, the Americas, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. While you’ll certainly see traditional dim sum standouts like har gow (crystal shrimp) and char siu bao (roasted pork buns), you’ll also see an assortment of diverse dishes like birria de chivo, arancini, and classic brunch fare such as French toast and eggs Benedict. We believe in the spirit of adventure. Each time you join us on this culinary world tour, you’ll get a chance to try something new as we entice you with different offerings each week. Feeling more in the mood for familiar comforts? Don’t worry, we’ll keep rocking the greatest hits, too.

    Planning a wedding or other special event? The Carriage house can also take care of your needs and provide a truly unique space for your celebration. Check out the website for more information.
    Carte Blanche Catering
    Carte Blanche Catering offers a selection of breakfast and lunch options for your next event. Rounded out by a wide variety of side, salad, dessert and pastry options there's sure to be something that meets your needs.
    An up to date catering menu can be found on their website, or email them for more information.

    Carte Blanche Catering and Café a La Cart have been family owned and operated in Tucson for over 15 years. Judith Michelet and her son Mark are true Tucson natives and take pride in presenting artistically crafted menu items based on traditional Southwest cuisine flavors. The combination of this approach with Mark's training at Scottsdale Culinary School, CIA in New York and Greystone in California, creates a memorable experience.
    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.
    Harvest
    The same great tastes you've come to love in Oro Valley is now accessible to all of Tucson, dedicated to local purveyors of fresh product that we feel privileged to work with. We personally create every dish from scratch with a “back to basics” approach to our seasonally inspired cooking
    Harvest
    Harvest Restaurant in Oro Valley changed ownership on Monday October 17, 2011 with ownership being transferred local Tucsonan’s Reza Shapouri and Lisa Shapouri.

    Mr. Shapouri’s previous restaurant experience provides the right type of leadership necessary for the restaurants continued success”, said Kevin Fink, Director of Operations for Zona 78 Restaurants. “While it is a little bittersweet, we feel confident about the continued success of Harvest and wish them all the best.

    “Local and Seasonal” continues to remain the mantra and philosophy of the restaurant and Mr. Shapouri looks at the purchase as an opportunity to better serve the population of Oro Valley diners!

    Lisa and Reza Shapouri, have an extensive background in the restaurant industry. Reza has spent the majority of his career as an operator or consultant to numerous local restaurants. Lisa has extensive experience as a pastry chef and caterer. She is now using her talents as a pastry chef to prepare all the desserts and ice cream offered at Harvest Restaurant.

    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 Cocina Restaurant, Cantina & Coffee Bar
    Eat a meal in our beautiful courtyard, belly up to the bar and have a creative cocktail, listen to live music under the stars, or dance until the wee hours – there is something for everyone.

    We care deeply for our community and strive to provide a gathering place for all. Tucson musicians take the stage most days of the week, our Cantina pours local beer, and we support our local farmers and ranchers.

    Located in the heart of the historic Presidio district of downtown Tucson and tucked inside the walls of Old Town Artisans you will find the beautiful courtyard restaurant that is La Cocina. Boasting al fresco dining, a rustic Cantina, and live music under the stars this gem certainly offers something for everyone.

    The menu is an eclectic mix of Mexican food, sandwiches, salads, and other globally inspired items. Lunch is served daily, brunch takes place on Saturday and Sunday, and dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday nights. You will even find a late night taco bar using an outdoor grill on the weekends.

    Step inside the Cantina and you will find several Arizona craft beers on tap, a full bar, and house infused spirits. The bar staff mixes up creative twists on classic cocktails using fresh, house made ingredients.

    Our newest addition is The Dusty Monk Pub, which is a European-style pub featuring an extensive list of Belgian beer, a carefully curated whiskey list, and pub fare.

    Both local and national acts are featured on the outdoor stage most nights of the week. Late night music focuses on high energy acts or DJ’s that guarantee you won’t be able to keep your feet still.

    Whether you are dining, drinking, or dancing La Cocina surely offers something for everyone!
    LIttle Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery
    Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery has a downtown restaurant & tasting room in Silver City, NM, as well as a seasonal location in the Gila Wilderness.

    Our Beer

    Be sure to check out our facebook page and website for details on live music. Our brewery focuses on beer brewed in classic style. No gimmicks, no tricks, just beer the way it's meant to be tasted. We love the amazing variety of craft beers on the market these days and believe in presenting our beers as the best in traditional styles without distraction. We offer a rotating selection of our own craft beer, which include Blonde Ale, Amber Ale, Pale Ale, NM Brown, and Porter, with many seasonal offerings available as limited release. We also proudly offer craft beers from other parts of the state of New Mexico - just ask about our Guest Tap Offerings.

    Our Spirits
    Our hand-built copper still produces small batches of craft spirits. The first Micro-Distillery in southwest New Mexico, Little Toad Creek hand crafts vodka, rum, whiskey and a variety of liqueurs. Our Green Chili Vodka makes the world's best bloody Mary. The Spiced Rum, with its house blend of spices is perfect for a Tropical Cocktail. Our Distiller's favorite is the aged whiskey, "Sapo Grande" - so, ask about availability of the Sapo Grande, it sells out fast!

    Specialty Cocktails
    If you knew the ingredients in our house-made mixers you would dare to call our specialty cocktails healthy! No high-fructose corn syrup for you … try a few! -Wild Rita - Jalapeno Rita - The Toad House Bloody Mary - Lemon Drop Martini - Lavender Lemon Drop Martini - Chocolate Martini.

    New Mexico Wines

    The first grapevines planted in what is now the state of New Mexico were brought in 1629 to Senecu, a Piro Indian pueblo south of Socorro, by Fray Gracia de Zuniga, a Franciscan, and Antonio de Arteaga, a Capuchin monk. The cuttings brought by the missionaries were a variety of Vitis vinifera, commonly called the "mission grape." This variety is still grown in New Mexico today. Historians think it is a European variety from Spain, called Monica. The tradition of wine making is strong throughout the state and we bring you a variety of wines from the different regions. elicious Entrees or Fine Pub Grub - From chipotle alfredo fettuccini, to hand-breaded pickle spears, to house-smoked salmon we’ve got something creative and delicious just for you!
    The Parish
    The Parish is a true gastropub and a comfortable neighborhood hideaway. We are passionate about bold food, progressive beers and unique cocktails. The Parish is committed to genuine Southern hospitality, and we are dedicated to being active in our community and supporting the local arts.​

    ​The Parish's menu features a variety of Southern-style dishes – with a twist.
    The menu is a tour of Southern goodness - from authentic gumbo and Gulf oysters to BBQ Adobo pork and shrimp & grits.

    Drink selections include a variety of beers, signature cocktails and housemade infusions such as cucumber gin and vanilla bourbon. Happy hour drink specials are offered 3-6 p.m. daily.

    The restaurant’s fare and namesake are inspired by the culinary influences of its three owners – Steve Dunn, Travis Peters and Bryce Zeagler – that span from Louisiana to Texas to Arizona.
    Playground Bar & Lounge
    Playground is Downtown Tucson's sleek lounge that brings together relaxed southwestern hospitality with modern sips and hip beats. Dance the night away, while taking in the panorama of a Tucson sunset or sip a clever cocktail and watch the people stroll by. Enjoy a bite after taking in one of downtown Tucson's numerous shows or start your weekend right with our Sunday Brunch Menu and a Bloody Mary made to order. Just remember, everyone is welcome on the Playground.
    Situated at the historic corner of Congress and Fifth Avenue in downtown Tucson, Playground is right in the middle of the heart of Tucson’s fastest-growing and most exciting area. With plenty of downtown parking and the SunLink streetcar route right outside our doors, having a night on the town is not only fun, but as easy as it should be.

    Formed in the center of Tucson’s booming downtown, we’ve focused on building an establishment that caters to all. Whether you’re looking for a place to dine before a concert, unwind after work, take in the latest sporting event or dance into the morning–we have you covered!

    We believe in creating an environment that ties together the electric, eclectic energy that fills Congress Street; warm hospitality; imagined drinks and dining, all in a modern setting.

    Check out our Drink & Dining Menus at http://playgroundtucson.com/ Make your VIP Bottle Service reservations via VIP@playgroundtucson.com For information on hosting your next event at Playground, please email events@playgroundtucson.com
    Sawmill Run Restaurant
    We serve great food in a friendly atmosphere. Indoor dining and a large patio outside. We smoke all our own meat and have a full bar. Come up and enjoy!

    The Sawmill Run Restaurant is named in honor of two sawmills that once existed on this very location.

    The original sawmill on this site dates back almost a hundred years. Jim Westfall, the first forest ranger on Mount Lemmon, later began to build cabins on the mountain for the Summerhaven Land and Improvement Company. He found an old sawmill once used in mining operations on the north side of the Catalina Mountains, and in the winter of 1915-16 he hauled it up to Summerhaven. With his wife Leeta working along side of him, they milled lumber and built cabins in Soldier’s Camp as well as the Neoli Lodge and La Mariposa Hotel in Summerhaven.

    Leeta became the manager of the hotel. A good cook, she provided meals for her guests and wanted to serve alcoholic beverages as well. Since this was during Prohibition, she and Jim installed a secret still above the hotel that turned out moonshine whiskey, beer, and mountain elderberry wine. To protect herself and the still, Leeta kept her 30-30 rifle loaded and might also have a small derringer wrapped in her long hair. She dismantled the still when Prohibition was repealed. Though the first sawmill lasted for several years, it too eventually disappeared.

    Tony Zimmerman brought the second sawmill to Summerhaven. A teacher at Safford Junior High in Tucson, he fell in love with Mount Lemmon when he went deer hunting with his school principal in 1937, and often hiked there on weekends.

    In Summerhaven he sometimes chatted with R. B. O’Neill on the porch of his two-room general store. O’Neill decided to retire and one day in 1940 offered to sell Zimmerman the Sawmill Tract, named for the original Westfall sawmill. This parcel included the general store and four rental cabins.

    In Zimmerman’s opinion the Sawmill Tract, seen first by visitors as they drove down the hill into Summerhaven, was the most valuable business property on the mountain. He promptly bought it. In 1943 he retired from teaching and purchased a used Corely No. 4 Sawmill, also setting it up on the site of this restaurant. He milled lumber to build a new store and eventually the adjoining Mount Lemmon Inn across the road from this restaurant. Both store and inn burned down in 1977. The present day Mount Lemmon Community Center stands on that site.

    The Sawmill Run Restaurant and the Community Center remind us of the history of Mount Lemmon in which Tony Zimmerman played an essential role.
    Thunder Canyon Brewing (Downtown)
    With more than 40 beers on tap, Thunder Canyon Brewery Downtown has one of the largest draft beer offerings in the city. Along with 12 handcrafted TCB beers, we also include a large catalog of local and national microbrews on draft. Our menu includes much of the same fresh, homemade cuisine that has made TCB more than just a brewpub. The open design makes TCB Downtown a popular place for work meetings and after work fun.

    Thunder Canyon Brewery has been a staple choice of the Tucson community since 1997. Tucson residents have flocked to Thunder Canyon to taste the locally brewed craft beer, dine on the home made food, and enjoy the rich atmosphere. Now we are bringing the Thunder Canyon Brewery experience into the Downtown restaurant Tucson scene.

    Our Downtown restaurant Tucson has been a long time coming but we think we have done a good job bringing everything Tusconians love about Thunder Canyon Brewery to our fantastic new location.

    Here at Thunder Canyon Brewery, we feel as strongly about our cuisine as we do our beer. Offering more than just typical pub food, our menu includes daily-made soups, salads, pizzas, burgers, and much, much more.
    Everything is made in-house from our scratch-kitchen, from the salad dressings and home-baked bread to the fresh-ground burgers and spent-grain pizza dough.
    Much like our beers, we only use the freshest, high-quality ingredients. Healthy options are also a big part of our menu.

    We use only zero Trans Fat oils and welcome any substitutions you wish. Feel free to substitute chicken for a burger patty, turn a sandwich into a wrap, or have a garden salad as a side. Adding to the family-friendly atmosphere, TCB offers a number of homemade sodas and other non-alcoholic thirst quenchers. We can accommodate most dietary restrictions, including vegetarian and low-carb meals
    Thunder Canyon Brewing (Foothills Mall)
    The Thunder Canyon Brewery Foothills Mall location in northern Tucson has been a mainstay for residents and city guests for more than 15 years. One of the area’s first breweries, customers flock to TCB for our award-winning handcrafted beers and fresh, homemade cuisine. The lively, family-friendly atmosphere makes TCB a welcoming spot for people looking for great beer, great food, and a great time.

    Even before we opened our doors in 1997, beer has been both our passion and our hobby. We have created more than 60 styles of beers over the years and that list continues to grow. Our brew staff incorporates a variety of hops and malts, integrating fruits and other ingredients to craft unique beers not found anywhere else

    Here at Thunder Canyon Brewery, we feel as strongly about our cuisine as we do our beer. Offering more than just typical pub food, our menu includes daily-made soups, salads, pizzas, burgers, and much, much more. Everything is made in-house from our scratch-kitchen, from the salad dressings and home-baked bread to the fresh-ground burgers and spent-grain pizza dough. Much like our beers, we only use the freshest, high-quality ingredients. Healthy options are also a big part of our menu. We use only zero Trans Fat oils and welcome any substitutions you wish. Feel free to substitute chicken for a burger patty, turn a sandwich into a wrap, or have a garden salad as a side. Adding to the family-friendly atmosphere, TCB offers a number of homemade sodas and other non-alcoholic thirst quenchers. We can accommodate most dietary restrictions, including vegetarian and low-carb meals

    Tre Rosat Cafe
    Tre Rosat Cafe has been highlighted in New Mexico Magazine and is quickly becoming known for it's dynamic and constantly changing cuisine. The chefs have focused on creating a wide range of cuisine while utilizing local ingredients as much as possible.

    Owners King Crowder and Lyla Adrienne attended the University of Oregon and remain diehard supporters of their Alma-mater. When they moved to Silver City in 2010, they wanted to pay homage to their school without being completely obvious. That led to using the Google translator to find a suitable translation for 3 Ducks. They liked the Albanian version "Tre Rosat" and the rest, as they say, is history.

    Tre Rosat Cafe operated for 1 1/2 years at 101 N. Cooper St. In September of 2011, Tre Rosat Cafe purchased their new building at 304 N. Bullard St. in the heart of downtown Silver City. It took nine months of renovation, but in July 2012, the ducks re-opened in their new location.

    Tubac Jacks Restaurant & Saloon
    Welcome to Tubac Jack’s Restaurant & Saloon! We know that an ever-increasing array of tempting options awaits diners here in Tubac, Arizona—and we invite everyone who’s seeking a hearty meal to come try our delicious Southwestern cuisine. We promise you won’t leave hungry!

    Owner Jim Lagattuta orchestrates a dining experience that reflects authentic Southwestern culture infused with our own signature style. Our menu is filled with generous and satisfying options, carefully prepared by our talented chef and kitchen team..

    Jack’s location is ideal for visitors and locals alike, and we offer a cozy main dining area, a full bar with seating, and a charming patio for enjoying the year-round sunshine. We also feature some excellent local bands, with live music and dancing on Saturday nights. Check out our upcoming events.

    Whether you’re a tried & true local or visiting our beautiful area for the first time, you’re always welcome to join in the fun and enjoy a fantastic meal at Tubac Jack’s!
    Tucson Botanical Gardens
    Located on the site of the historic Porter property, Reader’s Digest named Tucson Botanical Gardens as the BEST Secret Garden in America. Among mature trees and expertly cultivated foliage, specialty gardens such as the Cactus & Succulent Garden, Barrio Garden and Herb Garden highlight the diversity of native plants while offering a lush oasis in the heart of Tucson. Tropical butterflies from around the world are featured in the Cox Butterfly & Orchid Pavilion Oct.–May. Experience year-round tours, community events, classes, and art exhibits, as well as the creative, seasonal menu of Café Botanica. Now celebrating 40 years of living beauty, The Tucson Botanical Gardens is a unique gem not to be missed.

    Tucked away in mid-town Tucson, the Tucson Botanical Gardens is a 5.5 acre oasis of natural beauty, inspiration and desert education.

    Cafe & Catering Café Botanica is run by long time Tucson caterer and Gallery of Food owner, Kristine Jensen. The menu is inspired by the culinary traditions of the Sonoran desert and high-desert of Northern New Mexico. Kristine and her team are committed to using local, sustainable ingredients and gleaning from the Gardens when possible. All of the dishes served at Café Botanica are home-made from scratch, and prepared with love and imagination.

    Make sure to check the website for events and exhibitions.

    The Tucson Botanical Gardens promotes responsible and appropriate use of plants and water in a desert environment through education and demonstration and provides a place of beauty and tranquility for Tucson residents and visitors.

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