Restaurants in Green Valley

Up to 47% Off Dinner at DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails by Janos

DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails by Janos

Downtown Tucson

$30 $16

James Beard Award–winning chef melds local ingredients with global culinary techniques to create a menu of elegant, eclectic cuisine

Half Off American Food at Wilbur's Grill

Wilbur's Grill

Viscount Suite Hotel

$22 $11


Guests dig into burgers, chicken wings, and sandwiches surrounded by 16 flat-screen TVs

Up to 52% Off at Breeze Patio Bar and Grill at Radisson Tucson

Breeze Patio Bar and Grill at Radisson Tucson

Ward 2

$20 $10


Broiled, coffee-rubbed ribeye in a chipotle demi-glace and marinated swordfish filet highlight a menu of American cuisine

50% Off American and Mexican Cuisine at BurgerRito


On Location

$8 $4

Food truck dishes Mexican food with a twist such as the burgerrito—an all-american cheese burger wrapped up in a cozy burrito

Up to 48% Off at Relish Kitchen and Wine Bar

Relish Kitchen and Wine Bar


$30 $16


Local ingredients blend into upscale global cuisine, paired with familiar and sustainable wines, craft beers, and classic cocktails

48% Off Barbecue at Hog Pit Smokehouse

Hog Pit Smokehouse

Ward 2

$25 $13


Diners can savor a vast selection of meats seasoned with secret-recipe rubs and cooked slowly over aromatic pecan wood

Half Off Greek Cuisine and Drinks at Opa!



$16 $8


Chefs whisk hearts to Greek islands with every morsel of authentic Greek cuisine such as gyros, falafel, and nine gluten-free platters

42% Off Seasonal Mediterranean Food

Primo at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa


$50 $29


James Beard Award–winning chef uses organic greens from the restaurant's garden for pasta and meat dishes from Italy, Spain, and France

Up to 50% Off at Royal Sun Restaurant & Bar

Royal Sun Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Tucson

$20 $11


At the Best Western Royal Sun, chefs whip up dishes ranging from hand cut steaks to Angus burgers and entree salads

Up to 43% Off Brunch Food at Poppy Kitchen

Poppy Kitchen


$51 $29


Sip on sparkling wine or other breakfast drinks while munching on crepes, homemade bacon, griddled muffins, and eggs

Up to 41% Off American Comfort Food Dinner at The Abbey

The Abbey


$82.50 $49


Contemporary American comfort food satisfies appetites in a stone-and-brick dining room with views of rolling foothills

Up to 45% Off Burgers at Baja Cafe

Baja Cafe


$22.56 $13


Devour your choice of burger, such as the Baja burger seared in adobo sauce or patty melt, in the eatery, on the shaded patio, or at home

Up to 51% Off at The Bowl Asian Kitchen

The Bowl Asian Kitchen


$9 $4.50


Customers create their own healthy rice bowls by picking toppings like fresh veggies and proteins like teriyaki chicken or beef and broccoli

Half Off at Jerry Bob's Family Restaurant

Jerry Bob's Family Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$12 $6

Enjoy customized breakfasts all day with your choice of meats, veggies, and sides; lunch includes a variety of specials, burgers, and salads

Up to 54% Mexican Food at Rigo’s Restaurant

Rigo's Restaurant

Northwest Location

$53.98 $26


Rolled chicken tacos, carne asada, and chile relleno washed down with sips of Corona, strawberry margarita, or wine

Up to 52% Off Latin-Inspired Snacks and Drinks at Gio Taco

Gio Taco

Downtown Tucson

$33 $17

Plantain crisps and housemade chips and guacamole pair with top-shelf tequila; tacos feature braised pork, fried shrimp, and duck mole

40% Off Casual American Cuisine at Serial Grillers

Serial Grillers

Harlan Heights

$20 $12

Menu based on fictional serial killers was lauded by Forbes, which listed it as one of the 25 coolest in the country

Up to 54% Off Indian Fare at New Delhi Palace

New Delhi Palace


$52.70 $26

Flanked by pastel murals depicting Indian landscapes, North Indian eatery serves tandoori and Karahi-style dishes.

50% Off at Heist Pizza Parlour

Heist Pizza Parlour

Broadway Northeast

$20 $10

Wildly imaginative pizzas, Italian sandwiches, and irreverent cocktails named after famous robberies

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Specializing in good, simple comfort food, the folks at Jerry Bob's Family Restaurant offer breakfast all day and a host of lunch specials. Customize your omelet with pretty much any combination of meat, veggies, and sides you'd like. Or, go for a "square meal"—a big plate of ham, hash browns, toast, and square eggs. Afternoons, stop in for a chicken salad sandwich or one of Jerry Bob's specials, such as better-than-mom's meatloaf.

1325 W Duval Mine Rd
Green Valley,

Matt’s Organics eliminates shopping-cart rage by delivering boxes of freshly harvested organic produce directly to customers' doors. Receive the $36 produce box of farmed bounty designed to fulfill nutrition needs for a single person, a small family, or a coterie of prairie dogs. The box bestows equal attention on fruits, vegetables, and salad fixings, giving each the deed to one-third of its square footage. Though undiscriminating grazers will relish the surprise of discovering previously unknown provisions, particular eaters can use the preference form to indicate five foods denied admission to the mouth and five foods on the preferred guest list.

2050 W Three Kings Rd

For more than 30 years, Casa Sanchez has served diners a down-to-earth take on authentic, from-scratch Mexican fare, known to the Sanchez family as “Mom's" Mexican. While awaiting your first round of cheese-plumped tortillas, munch from a never-ending conveyer belt of chips and salsa. A half quesadilla hides tempting deposits of beef, making way for two giant cheese-and-chicken burritos sided with rice and beans and washed down by two soft drinks. Beside a guarantee of 100% vegetable oil and no MSG, the Sanchez family protects hearts by preventing their burritos from dancing the lambada.

8320 N Thornydale Rd

From its unexpected flavor partnerships to its offbeat naming conventions, Bumsted's youthful approach to classic bar fare places a whimsical twist on every plate that graces its menu of apps, salads, sandwiches, and entrees. Meat-and-bread mavens can pair the I Scream, You Scream BLT ($7.95) or Charlie sandwich (house-made tuna salad, $7.95) with an order of tuber-tastic french wedgies ($2.95) from the Cheep Thrills side menu. For those who enjoy their meals pounded and grounded, Bumsted's also serves up mischievously named meaty and meat-free burgers such as the El Camino Mullet (half-pound angus burger with bacon and American cheese, $7.95) or Michael Bolton Mullet (marinated portobello mushroom, blue cheese, bacon, avocado, and tomato, $8.95). An entire portion of the menu is devoted to a Wagnerian celebration of meatloaf, alongside a dazzling array of hot subs. Otherwise, keep it perennially perky with the Soccer Mom ($9.95)—a melding of turkey and bacon with avocado, honey mustard, and cheddar—or descend through the Disco Inferno's ($9.95) nine hunger-punishing circles of fried chicken, atomic wing sauce, and blue cheese.

500 N 4th Ave

Restaurant industry veteran Billy Elliott's career has evolved from manning the bar at several establishments to owning his own restaurant, which, as he told a Tuscon Weekly reporter, fulfilled a lifelong dream. At Elliott's on Congress, he strives to cast an inventive spin on comfort food, serving up such surprising dishes as chocolate-covered bacon and a pulled-duck sandwich with chipotle barbecue sauce and jicama slaw. Behind the bar—Elliott's area of expertise—he's infused vodkas with a variety of rotating flavors, including peppercorn, mint, and ginger. These house-infused vodkas aren't just featured in the eatery's specialty cocktails—the basil-infused vodka is the headlining ingredient in Elliott's vodka sauce.

135 E Congress St

Sweep your grandmother’s closets, clear a hunting lodge, and loot a mad scientist’s lab, and you’ll amass something close to Betty Blue’s selection of eclectic relics. Within the store’s ample confines, antique medical instruments and coffin cases sit steps away from cut-glass serving trays and Falstaff beer steins. These singular curios are the bounty of owner Kim Kysar’s prowls through antique stores and estate sales across the region, each object searching for a new permanent home. Though the inventory is diverse, Kim has a vision for her store: part kitschy, part antique, and part retro. The items span a century, but customers can expect well-preserved, functional finds—Kim repairs, cleans, and gives a pep talk to all wares before adding them to her eclectic storefront displays.

262 South Plumer Avenue