I am addicted to the messy fries, and smoked turkey sandwiches and the wings. And I agree with the dude above me the salmon is AMAZING.
Horrible food and rude waitresses who belittle customers. This is why the place is always empty
Ragu is better! All the people adding four and five star must be related to the Asian family that owns this place cause it was musty and smelly inside, the food was cold in the center and the staff was clueless.
Don't waste your time coming here it is NOT worth it!
Slow service, took a half hour to get our food. Coupons are worthless, you spend way more money using their coupons than if you did not. This restaurant forgot almost half of our order. We had to remind them that some of our food was missing.............and when it finally arrived we were done eating. Worst restaurant ever!
Best breakfast place in all of Tucson, great food best staff and amazing bacon!!!! Daily specials and great bang for your buck! Get there early! Love this place!!!!!!!
I was recently in town for a week of work and ate at Delectables many times. It was perfect. The food was fresh, the wine was exceptional, the service was knowledgeable and friendly. I took friends there for Easter Brunch and it was impeccable. I can't wait to go there again!
I am extremely dissapointed with the tucson weekly voting this the best sushi in tucson. Fake Ahi tuna?? thats right its just whitefish died red. I cant stand cheep sushi no matter how "cool" the inside looks. Do yourself a favor and eat pretty much anywhere else but there.
Their pizzas are fabulous, and you can also make a whole meal of their fun side dishes. The space is noisy and long, like a box car, which is fitting since while you eat the trains roll by (Maynards is at the railway station). Great patio scene as well.
Awesome Tacos. Homemade shells that were light and crisp. Lots of refills of chips and salsa. Chili Rellenos not too much batter and fresh tasting.
Very busy little train depot! Place was packed and i sill got my beer quickly. Lagunitas IPA served iced cold mmmm.......Great place and great location
I am obsessed with the fresh blueberry muffins they sell in the market. With tons of sugar on top they are definitely the best in Tucson and definitely not from Costco. The soups are phenomenal, like the clam chowder I cant stop thinking about when I'm at work. I only wish they would sell it everyday but it changes all the time. Go and get some fresh sourdough too it amazing. Thumbs up to maynards for many delicious lunches!!
I've always been a fan of the grab and go food available at the Market, and then today I noticed that the muffins in the case that were being sold were COSTCO muffins, marked up to $2.50/each. Unacceptable to market food as made in house, then sell generic Costco food. There is no doubt they were from Costco, all four flavors that come in the standard mix package.
I have been patronizing Epic Cafe for nearly ten years, since first moving to Tucson. Epic Cafe is my all-time favorite cafe in this town. Why? Ah, to begin with, the food is all absolutely excellent. All in their deli case is homemade, all desserts, muffins, soups and so much more as well. I have never once experienced food poisoning or become ill after dining there.
As well as great homemade foods, the people who go to Epic range from all over the diverse spectrum of lifestyles.
Sitting outside the Epic Cafe offers people-watching on 4th Avenue, and this activity is one of my personal favorites. Every character, every person stopping by or passing by has something interesting to say...or to see, from philosophy, ranting, humor...to style of attire.
Overall, Epic Cafe is a fabulous place!
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!
Oh, and the phone number isn't right.....
New owners as of March 2012.....maybe a new review is in order? I had a delicious sandwich there today. The place has been completely updated and is clean and appealing. The reggae music was refreshing! Boar's head meats.....what a tasty treat. Yay.
I've always had fantastic food here, and find the service timely, friendly, in fact, extraordinary. And the prices are not at all expensive. The people who run this place are the best! The food is glorious. Noisy . . . ok, but not beyond a lot of restaurants. It's one of Tucson truly unique treasures. We take our local friends and our out-of-town guests here with pleasure.
Lupita's is horrible, the food came out about 25 mins after we ordered. Also the drinks, 7-up, water, and 2 mix drinks took 15 mins to come out, and they only had 4 tables of customers, They were not busy. They want to charge $1 for a little ramikin of limes. All the dishes are way over [riced. Two fish tacos: $9.95. 1 small bowl of menudo $5.95 and they charge for the limes as i said earlier. I have to say that it's been one of my worst dining experiences. want good mexican fare. try guadlajara grill, cafe poca cosa or el molinitos.
At best 2 stars. Have had their biryani, that was ok, and a chicken dish that was inedible. No thanks.
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