Food & Drink in Tucson

Steaks, Burgers, and Seafood at Breeze Patio Bar and Grill at Radisson Tucson (Up to 52% Off). Three Options Available.

Breeze Patio Bar and Grill at Radisson Tucson

Ward 2

$20 $10

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

Casual American Cuisine at Serial Grillers (40% Off). Two Options Available.

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

Three or Six Breakfast Calzones at Sky Bar (Up to 47% Off)

Sky Bar

West University

$14.25 $8

Solar-powered café loads breakfast calzones with potatoes, egg, cheese, bacon, and sausage

Meal for 2 or 4 or $12 for $20 Worth of Creative Cuisine at Poppy Kitchen (Up to 48% Off). 4 Options Available.

Poppy Kitchen

Tucson

$95 $49

Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa's restaurant serves meals alongside mixed drinks, wine, and beer while giving patrons a view of the city

$144 for One Week of Vegan or Gluten-Free Vegan Meal Delivery from The Vegan Garden ($295 Value)

The Vegan Garden

Online Deal

$295 $144

Seven-day vegan meal plan includes 21 meals and 7 desserts and can be prepared for regular or gluten-free diets

Standup Comedy for Two or Four at Laffs Comedy Caffe (Up to 53% Off)

Laffs Comedy Caffe

Broadmoor-Broadway

$60 $28

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32-year-old club keeps chuckles rolling with a nation-touring lineup including Floyd J. Phillips, Nick Hoff, Mark Poolos, and Hippieman

$11 for Organic FarmBox Pickup from Sunizona Family Farms –Online Redemption Required ($22 Value)

Sunizona Family Farms

Multiple Locations

$22 $11

Boxes consit of your choice of organic offerings such as organic tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, herbs, and seasonal veggies

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Sweet Things Cupcake Shoppe was founded by two working moms who escaped the corporate grind by converting their part-time love of baking into a full-time career. Cupcakes are baked fresh each day in the duo's Foothills Mall storefront, where the rotating selection of flavors includes options such as lemon drop with creamy lemon frosting, pumpkin with cream-cheese frosting, and french vanilla with rich buttercream. Featured alongside the shop's selection of coffees and ice creams, each tiny cake boasts its own delicious design, as well as a sweet, unique name inspired by the owner's family members and favorite TV weathermen.

7475 N La Cholla Blvd
Tucson,
AZ
US

For close to three decades, chefs at La Indita have been crafting homestyle dishes influenced by family recipes and Mexican and Native American cultures. Along with Mexican classics such as carne asada and chicken mole, they prepare specialties such as ranch-style flat enchiladas, topping handmade corn tortillas with red chili sauce, oregano, and cheese and adding potatoes and carrots with a piquant vinegar sauce made from sugar cane. The menu includes many meatless options; the staff of Tucson Weekly named it the Best Mexican Food for Vegetarians in 2009, noting in particular the "one-of-a-kind black-bean burger." The chefs also cook with 100% canola oil instead of animal-based products such as lard or herbs picked by unicorns. Diners can enjoy lunch or dinner on the restaurant's outdoor patio, or they can stop by for weekend breakfast omelets. Guests sip Mexican beer as they sit in high-backed wooden booths next to a mural depicting a rural village scene.

622 N 4th Ave
Tucson,
AZ
US

Le Rendez-Vous French chef Jean Claude Berger established Le Rendez-Vous in 1981 in order to deliver the classic French cuisine he thought the surrounding area lacked. Now that the restaurant has more than 30 years under its enormous, building-sized belt, it would appear as though he succeeded. Jean Claude—now joined by his son, Gordon—has kept diners coming back for so long by serving up homemade pâtés, roast duck, and crêpes suzette. The menu is the same during lunch and dinner, and it also includes fresh fish of the day, veal sweetbreads, and poached-salmon salads.

3844 E Ft
Tucson,
AZ
US

Seven days a week, Jade Garden Chinese Restaurant helps transport lunch and dinner guests to faraway lands with a smorgasbord of authentic Chinese flavors. Fresh meats and vegetables decorate traditional platters of lo mein noodles, chop suey, and tofu while more than 25 chef's specials feature savory meats drizzled with sauces such as spicy plum. Entrées can also be paired with a selection of international beverages that range from hot ginger jasmine tea to Japanese sake and imported beer.

3720 W Ina Rd
Tucson,
AZ
US

Red Mango's frozen yogurt has been garnering national attention for more than five years, unlike that musician strumming away next to the foosball table in his basement. The shop earned a place atop _Zagat's 2011 lists for Best Smoothie and Frozen Yogurt Chain and Best Healthy Options Among Quick Refreshment Chains. Red Mango showcases its award-winning reputation by dishing up all-natural and gluten-free yogurts—all of which are either low-fat or nonfat—that promote healthy digestive and immune systems with natural probiotics. Friendly staff members are always on hand to whip Ghirardelli dark chocolate, POM pomegranate juice, and seasonal pumpkin spice frozen yogurts into Stevia-sweetened smoothies or parfaits layered with organic granola and fruit. The toppings bar brims with crunchy cereal, cheesecake bits, and nuts, allowing creative customization.

4758 E Sunrise Dr
Tucson,
AZ
US

Shucked from their shells at the raw bar, a daily selection of oysters travels from the open-air kitchen out into the dining room, where conversation buzzes beneath the high-hanging lights that cast a glow on an expansive leather banquette and dark wood paneling. Behind the long, white bar, the mixologists of Agustin Brasserie shake, stir, and pour a selection of classic cocktails alongside beers pulled from a chrome tap. Upstairs, an outdoor rooftop deck allows visitors to sip libations while watching the sunset. Crafting a simple, French-inspired menu consisting of staples such as duck confit, steak and frites, and roasted chicken, the Brasserie’s chefs construct simple, artful dishes that are at once delightfully complex and wholly accessible—much like cartoon drawings of quantum physics theories.

100 S Avenida Del Convento
Tucson,
AZ
US