Absolutely awesome food and drinks. Best place in tucson and i don't care what these other people are talking about. Maybe they went when it just opened, but now it is incredible.
this has to be the best bistro in southern Arizona. Fresh sourdough that can compete with San Francisco artisan bread is definitely a plus. I had a wonderful time eating fresh muscles sauted with onions and garlic and white wine and the best part was soaking up the juice with the fresh bread. Very well trained staff and a beautiful market right next to the restaurant. We brought home some Nuttela scones and a layer cake with red velvet and chambord cream. I cannot see a single fault with this place even the ambiance is beautiful, especially when the train goes by when you are eating amazing food and enjoying wonderful company. I love this place!
Go there for breakfast all the time
Danielle is a great waitress
I get the breakfast special
2 eggs/hash browns/toast/coffee
lots of food the bill with tax is $3.90
a great deal
people are great
worth the trip but remember this place get's packed.
Pancakes were the best
Got a salad that consisted of finely chopped up lettuce and little else. Not worth the nearly ten dollars I paid.
Food quality - low. Service quality - low. Prices - high.
OK food and OK service only.
Can't believe I spent sixty dollars on some of the worst food in my life. Does the cook not have taste buds or just not taste his food?
Terrible food that tastes like it came from a fast food dollar menu. Worse service.
I've been working as a busser here for the last few months, and all I can say is... DAMN THIS FOOD IS AWESOME!!! I get a free meal twice a day and can't get sick of it! We have so many regulars it's hard for anyone else to get a seat. I have never worked in a restaurant that get's half this busy. Have you ever seen a waiting list on a tuesday at 10-30 in the morning? You will here. The omelettes are made with 4 eggs, and that's only one fifth of the whole thing. God I love it here, and I know you will too!!!
Agree that it is a great addition to the Oro Valley restaurant scene. My son-in-law visited from Cambridge MA over the holidays and felt it was a real find. He brews beer at a place called John Harvard's ( yeah it is near the University by the same name) . Lot of great beers and an incredible variety of west-of -the-Mississippi local brews. Food is good brew pub snack food . Not sure what a gastro-pub is, but sense the taste/variety fell a bit short. But this is a place about the 100 + beers, not the food.
Went To the one on silverbell/Cortaro wow what a nice place ! You could do surgery there if needed Its Very Clean and the service was great! We had a Hispanic Lady who treated us like we were at her house as a guest she was Super nice! The food was ok but the service made it all worth it! By Ok I mean Just that it wasnt great but wasnt bad either. we will be back! and Make sure when you go the same waitress gets to serve you. She is only dark hair lady and cant miss her smile!
Boondocks does an excellent job of promoting a large diversity of live music. One of the best venues in Tucson for the many genres covers.
I go there for breakfast once or twice per week
$1.99 breakfast special is more than enough food;
waitress and service is outstanding.
And the coffee is great
My bill was $4.00
a lot cheaper than IHOP
I totally recommend this place
I think they finally got the stench of cigarette smoke out of there. It took a few years. Not bad bar. Acoustics OK. Lot of room. Also have gotten rid of most of the trouble makers from the old days of Neon Prophet. Kitchen has surprisingly good fare. All in all I think I have to give it 5 stars.
The strip mall is dumpy, and the interior of Mother Hubbard's doesn't win for style. What they do have is great service, great food, and fair prices. My wife and I have been there for breakfast and lunch. It's pretty much a scratch prep for everything. Their locally sourced and created ingredients are top notch. Food with character!
It was Bocatta, sad that it closed as it was very good
No review, does anyone remember what this place was originally called. It was a almost fine dining restaurant with a intimate bar. I was a regular at Happy Hour in 94-95. Which probably explains why I can't remember the name.
I arrived at 6:15 p.m on a Wednesday. I gave one star because there was no zero rating. Why?
#1. The atmosphere was dingy, dirty and broken down. The carpet had more food stains than the steam table at it's worst. There were holes in the carpet. I noticed wet cleaning rags left on the floor in various corners of the serving stations.
#2. The food, if you can call it that was unlabeled. You were not always sure what you were selecting. The food was tepid to cool at best. No one was at the carving station. The ham looked like it had been around for a day too long to be eaten. The food basically tasted like it had remained in the same steam-table pan since the lunch hour, rather than replacing the old pan with a fresh pan of hot food.
#3. The soft serve ice cream machine was broken. Yet there was soft serve drippings on the nozzles and on the catch tray. The dessert station was woeful. One or two crumbled pieces of cake on a cake plate. Three or four cookies here or there on different trays. A few dishes of each selection on trays. It looked like the day's before leftovers.
#4. The help were basically helpful and courteous. No complaints about them.
All-in-all, if you're looking for a fair-priced enjoyable dinner buffet, avoid this one!
I truly enjoyed the ‘Bubby’s Chicago Style’ dining experience because the food is simply yummy! My youngest boy and his friends frequent the place, and each said I should try the Chicago dog… On my first visit, I tried their Chicago dog and was impressed. Not because I’ve been to the East coast and know everything, but because it pleased my taste buds, and so much that I ordered a second. I’ve returned to enjoy other menu items and found the charbroiled taste that comes with their burgers or chicken salad to be perfect!
The staff appears to be neighborhood youth with a hint of shyness but eager and responsive. Bubby’s Chicago Style provides the three basic ingredients for success: Great food, great service and respect for their customers.
My wife and I had a VERY positive experience at the Onyx Room a few weeks back. The KJ's (Kevin & Sharon) were outstanding and the music quality was the BEST! We would recommend it to all that enjoy good Karaoke and great surroundings.
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