Love their steak and beans, and salads...never have enough room for dessert. Servers have been friendly. We enjoy walking around the trail dust town, and shop a bit...don't visit much anymore since moving to a rural area SE of Tucson...have to drive to Sonoita for a decent steak now :D
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If anybody wants a drink all they have to do is drive right next door to Green Valley, they have plenty of bars.
Don't know if it is still there, but the best burger I have ever had was Cody's Beef and Beans on Ft. Lowell. You might miss it if you're driving to fast...their burgers don't have special toppings and such...but they taste like the old fashion burgers I remember.
Where's your protein...all the carbs in your diet is unhealthy and not a balanced diet. By the way protien sticks to your ribs longer then carby pancakes, put peanut butter on those pancakes :) If you were feeding kids, they need fruits and veggies to that diet...try that on $4.00 a day...no wonder we see obiesity in poor kids...it's because the food that the parents can afford sometimes is not the healthiest.
I wish they would bring more restaurants...not fast food, to the on growing Sahuarita area :) It's great that downtown Tucson is growing. I used to work at the old Penny's store, there in the late 60's, I really liked the hustle and bustle downtown feel, glad it is all coming back. The streetcar is a plus and hopefully it's area will grow in the future.
I got married a week before I turned 18...had just graduated from High School, thought I was grown up and knew every thing...whew wee MAMA...I didn't know anything...Ha Ha. It wasn't easy , but we made it and almost 44 years later we are still married. For a celebrity to get married that young with the pressures, I'm not sure if she is old enough to handle it. One thing though...Her Daddy needs to not interfere ever. If I had it to do over again I think I would have waited and gone to school, I think I would have married the same guy though.
If you're going to drive that far ....drive on to Sonoita hiway keep on going to the crossroads in Sonoita...the Steakout is there and their steaks and ribs are worth the drive.
I haven't tried the cheescake factory in Tucson yet but have visited the one in Scottsdale/Phoenix area. Two times I ordered an entree with chicken..one a salad and another a sandwich, both dishes had overcooked dry chicken breasts, so sounds like it is a problem that needs to be fixed. The last time we visited I ordered the chicken carbanara, chicken again was tough, and the sauce was very watery and not creamy at all. I had to send it back. Have to say their low sugar cheesecake is yummy...love the nut crust.
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