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Best things to do in Tucson

Frühstückscafé
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“Cheery, rustic-chic stop for baked goods, American breakfast & lunch staples & vegan options. ”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
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“BEST huevos rancheros in Tucson, serving breakfast and lunch. A bit far for walking, but worth the trek or drive. Wonderful food and incredible desserts, in addition to a small but beautifully curated market. ”
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Markt
“While the Mercado San Agustin itself is not a restaurant, it houses the shared patios of multiple restaurants such as Agustin Kitchen and Seis Kitchen. The open-air space has a Spanish courtyard feel, with musical acts such as Naïm Amor frequently performing live.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Good people and amazing selection. They have a deli that makes the best, cheapest ham breakfast sandwich.”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“North 4th Avenue is Tucson's premiere shopping experience with all local "mom and pop" shops: book stores, unique clothing, metaphysical stores, food Co-Op, antiques, upcycled art, Tucson Herb Store, jewelry, candles, salons, tattoo parlors, thrift stores, cafes, restaurants, bars, music. Something for everyone!”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“A Tucson original, excellent Mexican food in a historic neighborhood downtown. Casual atmosphere”
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Mexikanisches Restaurant
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“the food here is consistently good if not mind-blowing. the real reason to go is to sit in the giant, treed courtyard while you eat. there are also often local bands or other things going on, as well as two bars on the premises. ”
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Bar
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“Great spot to try out craft beer and wine on rotating taps along with a take out option for bottles. Mix and match a 6 pack to try new beers to go, or borrow one of our growlers! Great local hang out any night of the week. Family friendly with board games. They do not serve food but will have a food truck set up outside most nights.”
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Kino
“Roadhouse Cinemas is a dine-in movie theater, with reserved seating (make reservations on their website). They have food, drinks, desserts, and even alcoholic beverages all brought to the comfort of your seat during the movie with the push of a button. If you like popcorn, they have the best popcorn I have ever had. The white cheddar popcorn is amazing, and if you like a little spice, go half jalapeno, half white cheddar. If you like sweet popcorn, they have you covered as well. Even better is that it is unlimited and you can even take your bowl to the front popcorn counter on your way out and get a bag to go.”
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Amerikanisches Restaurant
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“The open courtyard patio of Hotel Congress is large enough to host festivals, yet cozy enough to curl up at a table with a book.”
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Pizzeria
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“so this is a pizza and pasta place (see mention in downtown eats). but there's also a HUGE beer garden in the back. and in the basement: The Tough Luck Club, one of Tucson's hidden bars. seriously, i've met people who live in this town who've never heard of it (that said, quite a few have since it's often packed). it's in the former morgue, so you can lift one to mortality. ;-) ”
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Farmers Market
“Excellent health conscious grocery store, with lots of vegetarian and vegan options. Also, walking distance on 4th Ave.”
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Lebensmittelladen
“Sprouts is a little less expensive the WFM and same great produce baked goods and everything else. Its also just down the street from the Trader Joes at Grant and Swan so I usually go to them both on the same trip. ”
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Café
“most incredible hand crafter pastries and scones. Head there in the morning while they are still warm. Pick up a pound of fresh roasted beans for your coffee at home.”
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Kino
“Walmart, Home Depot, Target, Ross, Marshalls, Burlington, JCPenny, and a movie theater. You can find anything you need here. ”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“maynard's kitchen is probably the most upscale, “fanciest” restaurant in downtown tucson. still, the atmosphere isn’t overly formal, and you can sit at the bar, or with a view of the train tracks (sounds weird, i know, but in tucson the view of the tracks is rather like the view of a river in other downtowns—at least in terms of placement). prices are a bit steeper compared to other places, but we’ve had some terrific meals here. recommended esp. if you’re looking for someplace special. maynard's market is located at the front of the building. a great, casual place for lunch. i’m surpassingly fond of the tuna salad sandwich, though the banh mi is also good. they also do evening wine tastings—you can check their website for the schedule—and have a nice range of wines for sale. there’s a great courtyard in the back with plein air dining, and with the same charming view of the tracks that you get inside, in the main restaurant. ”
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