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Best American Restaurants in Tucson

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Culinary Dropout - Tucson
(464)
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Comfort Food | Midtown
Maynards Market + Kitchen
(174)
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Contemporary French | Downtown Tucson
Tito and Pep
(350)
$$$$
Southwest | Midtown
Feast - Tucson
(276)
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Global, International | Midtown
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Tavolino Ristorante
Tavolino Ristorante
(1826)
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Italian | Foothills, Tucson

Fabulous food and service. More

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Terraza Garden Patio & Lounge at the Hacienda Del Sol
Terraza Garden Patio & Lounge at the Hacienda Del Sol
(210)
$$$$
Southwest | Foothills, Tucson

This was our first time dinning with you and we very much enjoyed our evening and the food, service, friendliness, and the great guitar player that entertained us. We will most certainly return in the future. We have ask our son and his wife to join us for dinner in tow weeks. See you then. Again, thanks, Jerry and Sandy Trout 599-5755 More

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Wildflower - Tucson
Wildflower - Tucson
(3211)
$$$$
Contemporary American | Casas Adobes, Tucson

We always enjoy sitting outside, winter or summer, as it's much quieter than indoors! I loved the Market Salad (many tasty ingredients including golden beets, feta etc .) and the grilled steelhead salmon (medium rare). A friendly and available server made for an excellent dining experience . This is by far my favorite Tucson restaurant. More

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Blue Willow Restaurant Gift Shop & Bakery
1. Blue Willow Restaurant Gift Shop & Bakery
(10)
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American | Midtown, Tucson

Great, tasty prepared food with a 'homemade' feel, along with great service makes Blue Willow a favorite place to eat! More

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Renee's Organic Oven
2. Renee's Organic Oven
(75)
$$$$
Italian | East Tucson, Tucson

This is our fifth time there. It’s very important to make a reservation because it’s such a small place. I had the spinach dip calzone which was very good. Enjoyed the prickly pear lemonade. Wife had the Tony beef sandwich which she said was also very good. More

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Fleming's Steakhouse - Tucson
3. Fleming's Steakhouse - Tucson
(1433)
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Steak | Foothills, Tucson

Jonathan is an incredible server. More

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Feast - Tucson
4. Feast - Tucson
(1673)
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Global, International | Midtown, Tucson

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Vivace Restaurant
5. Vivace Restaurant
(5195)
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Italian | Foothills, Tucson

An excellent meal, great view and never in a rush. If you're in Tucson and don't make it to Vivace, shame on you as it is worth the time and effort to just enjoy. More

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Discover Tucson

Considering that Tucson is the birthplace of the chimichanga, it should come as no surprise that Mexican restaurants are prolific in this city. Tucson falls right on the edge of the Sonoran Desert, and the cooking style in the city represents what's popular throughout this desert region. Sonoran dishes are typically based on beans, corn tortillas, cheese, peppers, and meat. Of course, although Tucson is distinctly Sonoran, it is also American, and that means you're sure to find a melting pot of cuisines within the city. When you're ready to branch out from Southwestern fare, try seafood or steak. Thin-crust pizza hits the spot when you want a familiar dish, and to top off your meal, homemade gelato is a local favorite.

Discover Tucson

Considering that Tucson is the birthplace of the chimichanga, it should come as no surprise that Mexican restaurants are prolific in this city. Tucson falls right on the edge of the Sonoran Desert, and the cooking style in the city represents what's popular throughout this desert region. Sonoran dishes are typically based on beans, corn tortillas, cheese, peppers, and meat. Of course, although Tucson is distinctly Sonoran, it is also American, and that means you're sure to find a melting pot of cuisines within the city. When you're ready to branch out from Southwestern fare, try seafood or steak. Thin-crust pizza hits the spot when you want a familiar dish, and to top off your meal, homemade gelato is a local favorite.