Horrible service, mediocre food - add a minimum 30 minute wait and this is what you can expect from Blue Willow. They have some good dishes: the chicken tortilla sour cream bake, fruit crepes, and quiche. But, none of their food is worth the wait or the glares you'll catch from their hipster hostesses and waiters. Do yourself a favor, go down the street to Los Alazones and pay $5 less for a superior burrito!
The Loop filed for bankruptcy this week.
"Proud to serve" and "RC cola" should never be used in the same sentence, unless you're into sarcasm. Overpriced, and very average.
Consistently the best breakfast I have had in Tucson. Good quality and huge portions.
Which location you go to makes a huge difference. The one on Valencia by the airport is by far the best!
Fabulous! And fun for the whole family. Burgers, dogs, sandwiches, best fries ever. I've ended up here even when I'm not exactly around the corner. It's one of those places you'll return to again and again. Prices are reasonable and portions are generous.
Decent food including hearty sandwiches. Be aware that on Friday evenings they get the hiking crowd that comes in after their hike. The place can get thick with the smell of BO at the Tanque Verde location.
Hey, is this the Market that threw a fund raiser for Karen Uhlich and Nina Trassoff and then got a subsidized lease where the taxpayer pays for all the utilities?
Good breakfast at an affordable price. The atmosphere is a little dark and dingy, but the food makes up for it. Highly recommend it, and wish they were open both on weekends and for dinner.
As I ate that hot dog, childhood memories came rushing back! Amazing. I have been searching for this in Tucson for 20 years - there is no where else to go!
If you like being greeted at the door, seated promptly, and served delicious food this is the place to go. It's a great place for an early business lunch or a quick meal while shopping. A great value for the money!
Great hamburgers... way beyond fast food. Quick and courteous service as well.
Nice little not-so-ordinary place. Good burgers, steak and Cap'n Crunch. Need to renovate the booth seating for my fat butt though.
Best breakfast spot. Nothing fancy but it's good. Chorizo and eggs.
Skybox needs to add a Fri & Sat night schedule to website. Including a little forecast into the future for planning purposes. This would attract more customers. Another suggestion would be to expand the dance floor.
The company I work with had their anniversary dinner at Azul in May and the entire staff loved the appetizers in the lounge as well as our very delicious dinner. The service was attentive; no one wanted for anything during our visit and all in attendance agreed they would return. Great atmosphere too with amazing views of the Catalinas from the our vantage point. Lovely!
I love this place; first come, first served seating and all homemade breads, cinnamon roles and pies, oh my!! I can usually find a seat late morning between sales calls for a real home cooked breakfast and quick friendly service. The joint is also clean as a whistle and not pricey. What more could you want?
If you have not seen AZ Kenny Tsak & 56 Deluxe you have missed out. This national touring band is sizzling roadhouse blues. They were at the Bisbee Blues Festival in 2008 and they tore the house down. I'll be there Sat at Boondocks.
Great food- I sometimes eat there 2-3 times a week! Their daily soup is usually excellent and the ever-present french onion is the best in town. For late night eats, this is a far better pick than a gross chain like Applebee's or TGIFriday's.
At the sign of the Big Bottle they have the finest unpretentious music venue in town. Great musicians (mostly local, but some blues stars also turn up), a well-used dance floor, pool tables, no pseudos, no pressure to drink. They also put on rockin' benefit performances when the need arises; does that make 'em Boondocks saints?
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