90 West Esperanza Blvd
Green Valley, AZ 85614
Phone: (520) 399-3736
Fax: (520) 399-3744
Located inside the Desert Diamond Casino, Agave Restaurant offers a high-value dining experience. It serves exquisitely prepared American Cuisine wherein each dish is beautifully prepared to bring out the most hidden of flavors. Although, the menu is dynamic and limited, the restaurant ensures culinary perfection to woo its patrons. This casino restaurant also houses a decent collection of wines.
A locally owned and operated Italian restaurant featuring authentic Roman cuisine, fantastic service, and an even better view.
After hours of gaming and wagering at the Desert Diamond Casino, stop by their signature restaurant - The Steak House to enjoy some of best meats and seafood. Make it a double date or dine with a large group; the elegant and sophisticated interiors will surely impress. Service is impeccable and the atmosphere is relaxed. The menu highlights the best prime cuts like Filet Mignon and New York Strip apart from favorites like Lobster Macaroni & Cheese, Coconut Panko Colossal Shrimp and Chicken Marsala. The drinks line-up is nothing short of impressive and perfectly complements the chops and seafood dishes. Reserve ahead to make the most.
Monsoon Night Club is a newly opened hot spot at the Desert Diamond Casino in Tucson. With interiors that are absolutely brilliant and a large screen with animations, the atmosphere at the club is enticing. With blue and black tiger print carpets on the floor and two bars at either end of the club, Monsoon's look resembles the Tucson Summer Storm. With live bands and famous DJ's spinning hits, this place is popular amongst the locals and tourists alike.
Tubac Deli is a local favorite that serves deli-style sandwiches using fresh baked bread and Boar's Head meats and cheeses. Other items include homemade soups, espresso, salads, pies, and pastries. A high speed wireless Internet access point.
This family-owned and operated Western rib and steak house has won several local awards for their fork-tender, fall-off-the-bone meats, served up in a fun-for-the-family Western setting, and enhanced by live country music on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Choice Angus beef, ribs, chicken and seafood are all mesquite-grilled and served with your choice of sides. Dinner prices range from $10-$15, with full bar service available. A daily happy hour features drink and appetizer specials.
If you visit the village of Tubac for an exploration in art, don't miss this pleasant bistro restaurant at the pond across from the little bridge. It serves essentially American fare, including burgers and sandwiches, plus a good variety of eggplant and other vegetarian dishes. The wine list, featuring mainly wines from the Mondavi winery, is adequate, with a glass of house wine. Seating is available on the patio by the pond, with water misters providing additional relief from the Southern Arizona summer heat, and a live music program every Thursday night.
Stop by Jerry Bob's for a delicious homestyle meal. The menu features hearty and mouthwatering Mexican dishes and deli sandwiches alongside breakfast items like pancakes, sausages, burritos, omlettes and eggs prepared just the way you like it. The restaurant itself is small, homey and comfortable, much like an old-school diner. Serving delicious food in generous portions, Jerry Bob's promises a meal that will leave you feeling content, comforted and thoroughly satisfied.
In the same location since 1949, this family-run restaurant has been under the current ownership since the late 1970s. This comfortable, casual spot focuses on hearty-healthy choices and offers more than 150 menu options. The house specialty, Cucuruchos, are flour tortilla cones filled with your choice of chicken, beans or green or red chile beef with lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and guacamole, an ice-cream cone-like entree. Other popular items are their Gorditas (thick corn cakes) and Barbacoa (the Mexican version of barbecue).
In empty lots and street corners through out Tucson the ubiquitous hot dog cart with a picnic table, awning and Norteno music blaring signals a delicious repast. The Sonoran Hot Dog. BK’s in south Tucson creates one of the best and is hopping with activity from opening to close. The dog is a thin all beef frankfurter wrapped in bacon and then sauted and served on a fresh doughy Mexican bun. Topped with salsa, chile, crema, a thin avocado dip and pickled onions, carrots and radish, this local favorite hits the spot. BK’s also serves standard Mexican fare such as carne asada and carne seca. A real treat and not to be missed if one wants to experience local cuisine. -Ted Parks
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu—their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Located in a historic landmark about 45 miles south of Tucson, and filled with a large selection of Southwest artifacts, this small eatery in Tumacacori has served authentic Mexican food based on family traditions handed down through generations. One of its unique creations is the fruit burro, which is essentially a pie made from blueberry, apple or peach, and served as a dessert dish. Domestic and Mexican beers are available, as well as a limited selection of wines. This jewel is located a half-mile north of Tumacacori National Monument.