Comfort Inn & Suites
8425 N. Cracker Barrel Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85743-8582
Phone: (520) 579-1099
Fax: (520) 579-6938
8425 N. Cracker Barrel Rd., Tucson, AZ, US, 85743-8582
- Phone: (520) 579-1099
- Fax: (520) 579-6938
Bars & Cafes
Located in Tucson this neighborhood space has some yummy food on offer. Hooter Marana is part of a chain of restaurants and bars offering its guests a fun time. Here there is excellent service and the prices of food is also relatively cheaper than other places. The atmosphere is relaxed and fun fills the air here. Hooters Marana also holds events regularly. The place also offers specials with heavy discounts on food and beverages. Check the website for a schedule of offers and events.
Located in the Foothills Mall, this friendly family restaurant has long been a favorite for comfortable, casual dining with an inventive twist. The light, contemporary furnishings and color scheme make this a cozy, though large, dining space. Patio seating outside the mall is a good place for people-watching. House specialties include several seafood dishes as well as a wide range of chicken, beef and pasta dishes, salads and sandwiches. Everything has a bit of a contemporary southwestern kick, including the tequila-heavy drink menu at the full bar.
This microbrewery and bistro's dining spaces are airy and comfortable, with light wood and high ceilings. Owned and operated by the same folks who run the Prescott Brewing Company in northern Arizona, this comfortable, contemporary cafe offers a full range of house brews that mesh well with the menu. Soups, salads, sandwiches and poultry, beef and seafood entrees, with fish and chips a house specialty and one of the many British-inspired menu favorites.
North Tucson's Tohono Chul Park provides one of the most stunning desert botanical spectacles in all of the Southwest and, within the park, this quaint tearoom offers a memorable dining-in-the-desert experience. Set amidst the lushness of centuries-old cactus and succulents, the brick building houses a slightly feminine looking (it is a tea room, after all) but not frou-frou cafe. You can also dine out in the splendid natural surroundings on a courtyard patio. The menu can't begin to compete with the setting, but it includes a good selection of breakfast items, quiches, salads, soups, sandwiches and a few hot entree specials.
Mike and Tillie Valle and daughters, Christina and Teresa, have been welcoming Tucsonans and visitors to their friendly, family-oriented Mexican restaurants since 1980. The Oracle Road location, now run by Teresa, is a great place to stop for a bite when shopping at the Tucson Mall. House specialties include fajitas, Carne Seca, Chiles Rellenos, and Camarones Rancheros (shrimp sautéed with chilies, tomatoes, onions and cilantro). Full bar service includes the restaurant's namesake, margaritas, and a special house-recipe Sangría.
Here's one of the most popular sports bars in Tucson, run by an ex-school teacher who in 1978 decided his real calling was to sell pastrami. He made the right decision, since the place is still buzzing with people drinking beer from big pitchers and munching on pastrami sandwiches. Other than watching athletic games on TV, clients pass their time playing video games or doing karaoke. The kitchen offers all-American fare, from tuna melt sandwiches to chili cheeseburgers. Special house brews are available in pints, ponys and pitchers.
Overlooking the vast stretch of the endless desert with the orange sky above, Core Kitchen & Wine Bar is a part of The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain Hotel. Serving American cuisine, it has found popularity in its Rib-eye Steak and the Short Ribs, which have been known to be especially tender. The atmosphere of the restaurant is sophisticated and classy, with furnishing that complements the sandy outdoors. Service is exceptionally trained and seeks to make your experience a memorable one. A well-manicured patio and a rooftop dining area are the other popular dining spaces. A vibrant wine collection, carefully chosen and nurtured, await you to complete your meal.
This Westside lounge offers a chance to meet the locals in an Irish bar environment; don't worry, it's a friendly crowd, particularly if you offer the person sitting next to you a drink. Both office workers and retirees gather here to have their after-lunch drinks, but the real action happens during karaoke nights on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays. The bar offers several domestic beers on draft, as well as the usual array of liquors. The food selection is limited to light snacks such as hamburgers and hot dogs.
From humble beginnings as a roadside food stand in the year 1946, when Tucson was a small town of about 40,000, this Mexican eatery has grown into a spacious family restaurant and lounge. Service is fast and efficient and prices are very reasonable. Outside dining is available at a large shaded patio decorated in Mexican style. Several domestic and Mexican beers, as well as margaritas and wines, are offered at the lounge. Tacos, enchiladas and tostadas are served a la carte, or as combination plates. All dishes are $4-$14.
This is one of the main venues for blues and blues-related music in Tucson, featuring both local acts and, occasionally, big names. An excellent sound system reverberates off walls covered with autographed photos of blues and rock heavies. It is spacious, with a long bar and a pool table and affords enough room for dancing in front of the stage. The kitchen offers a good selection of appetizers, chicken, steak, plus hamburgers with fries. Happy Hour is from 4pm to 6pm. Bring cash. No credit cards accepted. An ATM is available on the premises.
This is a cowboy carnivore's home on the range, featuring mesquite-grilled steaks, chops and ribs. Meats are cut in-house to ensure consistency and quality. The space is rustic and saloon-like with concrete floors and a rough-edged decor. The staff is folksy. When you're looking for authentic cowboy cuisine, put this place on your list. Meals come with cowboy beans and Texas-style toast. Full bar service includes a fairly comprehensive wine list.
Located in artsy St. Philip's Plaza, this spot showcases local artists while offering an eclectic, innovative selection of Mediterranean food, wood-fired pizza and outstanding pastas with an Asian tinge. The service is excellent, making Ovens Bistro and Wine Bar well-worth more than one visit. Favorites include Grilled Chicken Breast in Cranberry Chutney and Lobster Mushroom Ravioli, innovative indeed. The wine list is extensive. Outside dining is possible on the well-shaded patio, even during the hot summer months.