According to Emily Post, napkins may only be used to cover laps, clean up spills, or signal the waiter via semaphore that your table has hit an iceberg. Master restaurant etiquette over a gourmet meal with today's Groupon: for $35, you get $70 worth of fine dining and wine at Anthony's in the Catalinas.
Anthony's in the Catalinas livens the senses with gourmet appetizer and dinner menus, served in an elegant space amid picturesque mountain views. Appetizers, such as house-smoked duck breast with fig compote, cornichons, Greek olives, and crostinis ($12.95) or six baked scallops Rockefeller, drizzled in Florentine sauce, béarnaise, and pancetta ($14.95), kick off meals before the main event. After tasting the rolled pork tenderloin stuffed with buffalo mozzarella, imported provolone, oven-roasted tomatoes, and prosciutto ($31.95), grilled wild-Alaskan-salmon fillet in brandy-shrimp cream sauce ($32.95), or grilled filet mignon served with béarnaise and chateau sauces ($34.95), tone-deaf taste buds find themselves serenading incisors with John Fogerty lyrics.
Guests can soak up the views of the Santa Catalina Mountains from many of the restaurant's luxurious table settings while perusing the list of more than 1,700 wines from around the globe ($25+/bottle). Ask for a tour of the underground wine cellar to indulge inner-gopher desires or call upon the two experienced sommeliers for assistance in selecting an ideal wine to pair with your savory supper.
Anthony’s in the Catalinas
Surrounded by vistas of the rising foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, the only view more impressive at Anthony’s in the Catalinas than the one from the window is its trophy wall. Among its accolades, Anthony’s counts the Award of Excellence from DiRoNA—the Distinguished Restaurants of North America—and the AAA Four Diamond Award. The restaurant has its chefs to thank for these awards, who tirelessly craft hand-made sausages, slice tender beef medallions, and roast duckling until its buttery and crispy. A pair of experienced sommeliers cultivate a collection of more than 1,700 wines from around the world, a feat which garnered the restaurant the Grand Award from Wine Spectator. The fine beverages reside in the restaurant's underground cellar, which customers can tour if they say one of the magic words “please” or “shazam.”
6440 N Campbell Ave.
Tucson, Arizona 85718