Now this is some Italian food! The crispy thin crust pies are excellent. There are also little gems of italian greats all over the menu, such as the shrimp fra diablo...
This place will continue to be in my rotation of eateries.
Real low key one of the BEST mexican food restaurants in a town busting at the seems with them!
Frankie's is the absolute best! Quintessential east coast sub shop right here in Tucson. The cheesesteaks are amazing, Whiz, add hot peppers!
Try to go when Frankie himself is there. Not only does he heighten the customer service experience ten-fold, but when the Cat is away the mice have been known to try and skimp on the cheese.
Good to see the Hog Pit getting some good reviews, this place has great BBQ. I've had the brisket and pulled pork sandwiches, the ribs, and also the chicken. The meats are always tender and juicy, the rub they put on the slabs is great, as are the 3 homemade sauces (mild, med, hot). Sides are excellent too - slaw, cornbread, very tasty beans. Owners are very friendly, good selection of beers, plus sweet tea. Nice place, the pit master knows his stuff, check it out!
So good! Nightlife used to be kind of lame until they opened the Hot Pig. It's rockin!
Our family had a birthday dinner here thursday May 23rd. Celebrating many blessings.
The food was outrageous.. delicious and prepared with a thoughtful hand. I never knew
you could prepare shrimp in so many ways.. I really appreciated the clean surroundings.
Kelly is awesome.
Reasonable pricing, great place to hang out, $1 off drinks with trivia answer. Friendly bartenders..But they need to upgrade on the jukebox (music) and have more variety.
Excellent food, Tucson best breakfasts. Don't miss the chiliquilas. Dinners are also tasty and varied. Even outside tables. Best on the east side of town.
Best in Tucson and perhaps Arizona. Prices are good, portions are large and the food is excellent.
The Oro Valley Toastmasters club is a great place to improve your confidence in giving speeches/presentations and to develop your leadership skills in a friendly supportive environment.
Come check it out! Visitors are always welcome. Come with a friend.
For more information: http://2854329.toastmastersclubs.org/
La Cocina has great food whether you want a nibble or a meal. La Cocina is in the courtyard of the beautiful Old Town Artisans of Presidio Barrio. La Cocina has a great assortment of live music. What else could there be?!
Beautiful setting up there on the north end of swan.....gorgeous inside and out.....a Tucson staple !
My favorite restaurant in Tucson! Every dish I've had there has been amazing. Lots of vegetarian and vegan options too!
Paula Wittner's fabulous art , wine, interesting people...it was a great way to start the year.
The guys and gals at Station 71 are top-notch and hardworking. It's postively astounding how hard they work and how committed they remain with very little thanks.
Keep up the good work!!!
This was my wife and my first evening out in Tucson and it DID NOT disappoint. Everything written above proved to be true: intimate, excellent service and a bargain. I LOVE, I mean LOVE mussels. Sitting at the bar, a GREAT glass of white, professional wait staff and a steaming, aromatic bowl of mussels was just what a stranger in a strange land required - home. The Rumrunner was also an experience worth revisiting with an excellent selection second to none. The Friday bar special made it all the more affordable. Go, you’l enjoy.
My wife and I ate our weight in gelato when we walked our way through Italy. This is the real stuff, held at the right temperature (a critical element in selling gelato) and the flavor profiles are spot on.
This could have it all. For a lonely boy looking for chile with an ‘e’ this place comes so close. Just not bold enough with the what we New Mexicans need to wake up our old decrepit bodies on a cold winter’s day. Having said that, it’s still the BEST (and maybe ONLY) place for New Mexican food in town. Once you go, you’l never go back to that Sonoran sludge of too much of everything except flavor that’s called Mexican food in Tucson. Yes, totally biased - and spoiled.
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