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Best Indian Fry Bread

Yoeme Tortillas and Catering Service
1545 N. Stone Ave.

STAFF PICK: You've unknowingly passed the Yoeme café innumerable times and, sadly, you've no idea what you're missing. So get with it and get over there! Yoeme is Tucson's only Yaqui restaurant, offering a taste of real, down-home Arizona cuisine--you know, native food. Owned and operated by the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Yoeme serves up traditional Indian fry bread like none other. We're not talking the thin, crispy impostors found elsewhere. This is can't-get-enough, sink-your-teeth-into, melt-in-your-mouth, thick-and-sinful Native American fry bread. Be sure to save room for the rice and corn soups, stuffed spiced-meat burritos and killer lemonade. And, remember, fry bread goes with everything: Eat it with stew, top it with sugar and honey, or take it on solo. But don't call yourself a Tucsonan until you've tried it.

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