Opa!'s menu encourages mouth fanfares with its devastatingly handsome assemblage of Greek mezes and dishes, Italian pastas, and brick-oven-baked pizzas. Try the brandy-licked flaming saganaki (Greek kasseri cheese, $8.95) or a flagon of beef or cheese ravioli, crowned with marinara, fresh garlic, and mozzarella ($9.95). Marinated souvlaki chicken and lamb skewers appear floating on a cloud of rice with Greek salad ($15.95), and from-scratch pizzas provide discful delight in 12-inch, 14-inch, and 16-inch sizes. The chicken à la pesto features a thick, soft, light crust, decorated with creamy house-made pesto ($16.95 / $20.95 / $23.95), and the Romana unites capicola with prosciutto for a flavorful foray into the world of boot-shaped cured meats ($17.95 / $21.95 / $24.95).
Fast casual, clean, consistent. Every menu item, including the hot dogs and fries are cooked to order! We offer something for every member of the family...dogs, burgers, italian beef, marinated and grilled chicken sandwiches, veggie burgers & fresh salads! We are also proudly serving Breyer's Ice Cream!!
A Tucson mainstay since 1978, Sausage Deli satiates hoagie hankerers with a menu of signature subs and a plethora of sandwich-enhancing condiments. Discover the grinder's Platonic ideal form in the shop's heralded hot Omar sandwich ($5.50), which comes packed with salami, turkey, and Swiss cheese and flavored with Italian dressing. Herbivores and herbivoyeurs, however, will want to snack on the Vegetarian Delight ($5.50), in which havarti and cheddar cheeses mingle playfully with cucumber, oregano, and sprouts. Those who demand their sandwich just like their wolf-mother used to make it can forge their own sub ($5+), with meats such as liverwurst and mesquite-smoked ham, breads such as sourdough and marble rye, and condiments such as carrots and pepperoncini available. Side dishes of artichoke salad ($1.25+) and egg salad ($2.50+) can pad out any stomach torpedo, whereas brownies ($2.75) and carrot cake ($2.75) lurk in the shadows as meal closers. Wash it all down by grabbing a pack of beer to go or sipping a Sausage Deli's homemade lemonade ($1.79 for 24 ounces).
The scents of baked desserts and warm brews waft through the interior of Something Sweet, emanating from the kitchen's oven, which churns out everything from brownies to cheesecakes to the aptly named "Oh My God, You've Got to be Kidding" éclair. These confections pair with a cast of specialty beverages including 20 hot teas and sodas imported direct from the carbonated mountain springs of Italy. The shop also whips up light café fare including soups, salads, sandwiches, and melts.
But Something Sweet isn't just a place to eat and invent geometry theorems. The staff invites patrons to stick around and play board games, read, or participate in events such as book exchanges. They also foster good-spirited competition with the Sugar OD Challenge, which invites participants to devour a mountain of brownies, cheesecake, and ice cream in hopes of winning immortality on the eatery's wall of fame.
The chefs at Maya Quetzal have plated authentic Guatemalan eats for more than two decades. “Tasty, well-prepared food has been a defining characteristic of this little Guatemalan restaurant since it opened,” says the Tucson Citizen, which goes on to praise the cheesy house rice and the pollo en pepian—shredded chicken simmered in a sauce of chili peppers, peanuts, tomato, green tomatillo, pumpkin seeds, and sesame seeds. Customers are especially fond of Maya Quetzal’s many vegetarian options, which include the spinach-and-cheese-stuffed chili relleno and the vegetarian plate—a corn tortilla stuffed with spinach, walnuts, tomato, and onion, then folded into an origami swan and deep-fried. The cozy dining room features a simple decorating scheme of rustic, wooden tables, woven blankets, and a prominent mural depicting a rural Guatemalan village.