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Ragazzi Northern Italian Cuisine - Oro ValleyRagazzi Northern Italian Cuisine - Oro Valley
98 reviews
Italian | Oro Valley, Tucson

Food was very good and great value. More

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Vivace Restaurant1. Vivace Restaurant
4608 reviews
Italian | Avondale, Tucson

Consistently great food and service! Outside dining is still enjoyable in November! More

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Bob's Steak and Chop House - Omni Tucson National Resort2. Bob's Steak and Chop House - Omni Tucson National Resort
647 reviews
Steakhouse | Tucson, Tucson

First time bobs didn’t get my steak right. :( Still will go back! More

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Canyon Cafe at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort3. Canyon Cafe at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort
399 reviews
American | Avondale, Tucson

Great Sunday Brunch. We will definitely be doing this again! More

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Villa Peru Modern Peruvian Cuisine4. Villa Peru Modern Peruvian Cuisine
8 reviews
Latin / Spanish | Midtown, Tucson

A nice change of pace from the usual, a welcome edition to the Tucson food scene More

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Feast - Tucson5. Feast - Tucson
1390 reviews
Global, International | Midtown, Tucson

We had a wonderful post movie dinner with a guest filmmaker here from LA screening her awesome documentary, Skid Row Marathon! The food was so great! We will definitely be back. More

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Contemporary American | Tucson, Tucson

Enjoy exceptional service and a friendly atmosphere at Nook. It's a wonderful spot for enjoying a delicious meal while catching up with old acquaintances over lunch. Nook is located just south of the Prima County Public Library on East Congress Street. It opened in 2015 and has become a trendy eatery that serves up New American cuisine. Owners Nikki and Matt Thompson along with Todd Anderson are fellow Tucsonans who love their community. Local artists have work showcased throughout this contemporary restaurant.

Nook also prides itself on serving up locally sourced food. Try the Godfather Benedict with prosciutto, arugula, poached egg hollandaise and balsamic drizzle for breakfast, or come down during lunch for a green corn tamale pie with cabbage salad. It offers take-out service and is open for breakfast and lunch during the week. This restaurant also serves brunch on Saturday and Sunday.


P.F. Chang's - TucsonP.F. Chang's - Tucson
Asian | Avondale, Tucson

P.F. Chang's is a restaurant concept that honors the 2,000-year-old Asian tradition of wok cooking and believes in making food from scratch every day in every restaurant. With a Farm to Wok™ food philosophy at its core, P.F. Chang's chefs hand-roll dim sum, hand chop and slice all vegetables and meats, handcraft every sauce and wok-cook each recipe, every day in every restaurant using wholesome, fresh ingredients. With roots in Chinese cooking, the culinary landscape at P.F. Chang's now stretches across Asia with diverse, culturally inspired recipes including hand-rolled sushi, Vietnamese-style soups and bowls, traditional Chinese dim sum, wok-fired chicken and beef entrées, and family style noodles and rice. All made from scratch every day.More

Tito and PepTito and Pep
Regional American (Southwestern) | Midtown, Tucson

Tito and Pep is a mesquite fired neighborhood bistro.More

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Considering that Tucson is the birthplace of the chimichanga, it should come as no surprise that Mexican restaurants are prolific in this city. Tucson falls right on the edge of the Sonoran Desert, and the cooking style in the city represents what's popular throughout this desert region. Sonoran dishes are typically based on beans, corn tortillas, cheese, peppers, and meat. Of course, although Tucson is distinctly Sonoran, it is also American, and that means you're sure to find a melting pot of cuisines within the city. When you're ready to branch out from Southwestern fare, try seafood or steak. Thin-crust pizza hits the spot when you want a familiar dish, and to top off your meal, homemade gelato is a local favorite.