Another of the perennial Tucson favorites,
with consistently good food and service
generally worth the waitparticularly if
youre looking for a great chile relleño.
Lunch and dinner plates come mild to
palate-searing hot in true Thai style. Try
Also at 3001 N. Campbell Ave.
(795-7593) and 4240 E. Grant Road
(326-6663). A family operation with roots
tracing back over
the last five decades, Casa Molina is one
most consistent places in town to sample
Mexican food. With an extensive menu
includes tacos, tostadas, enchiladas and
chimichangasas well as fried shrimp
hamburgers for more timid
boasts something for every taste.
always welcome, and the margaritas are
This longtime local favorite helped put Tucson on the culinary map. Chef/owner Suzana Davila brings creativity, color and style to dishes from all over Mexico. The food lineup changes twice a day
depending on what is available at the market. Servers describe each dish from
a chalkboard menu in delicious detail. We recommend the Plato Poca Cosa, where the chef picks the three items that make up your entrée. (4-11-13)
This college hangout earns its popularity with fresh sandwiches, tasty bread-bowl soups and enormous trays of nachos. A nice selection of beers and other alcohol add to the place's appeal. (3-10-05)
Also at 6260 E. Speedway Blvd.
(747-7477) and 421 W. Ina Road (461-1111). Voted best bread in Tucson
ever since it opened, Beyond Bread
specializes in reviving the art of artisan
bread, with its small batches and
hand-formed loaves. Monstrous
sandwiches, excellent pastries and swift
service have earned this venue its status
as one of the best places in Tucson to
grab a quick bite to eat. (2-5-01)