Epazote at Hilton El Conquistador Resort


10000 North Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ
P: 520-544-1705


Pronounced “e – puh – zó – tay,”

Epazote Kitchen & Cocktails is the new dining concept at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador. Literally translated as “Mexican Tea,” Epazote is prominently used in Southwestern cuisine to add a spicy yet earthy flavor somewhat reminiscent of fennel. Here, guests will enjoy Southwestern dishes featuring locally sourced specialties such as Arizona grass fed beef, Southwest mountain trout, Colorado lamb, selected cheeses and Arizona grown produce. Epazote also offers a wide selection of tequilas, locally brewed beers and Arizona Wines. Along with their meal, guests will also take in some of the most spectacular views of Pusch Ridge on the outdoor patio.


Noble Hops

1335 W Lambert Ln

(520) 797-4677

Tucson’s a great place to get a beer and on the northwest side in Oro Valley, it’s hard to beat the incredible selection at gastropub, Noble Hops. You can pick a local brew or try something from one of America’s innovative craft breweries, pairing your choice with a delicious burger or salad. Conveniently enough, each item on the menu suggests a style of beer that would pair well.

El Guero Canelo

2480 N Oracle Rd

Tucson, AZ 85705

El Guero Canelo has three locations now – with a fourth on the way – but it started with one man, Daniel Contreras, and a food cart in 1993. They have tacos, burritos and the like and they’re delicious, but yes, people come here for the Sonoran dogs. El Guero Canelo is the place that generally first comes to mind when people talk about hot dogs in Tucson and for good reason, they were here early and built an audience. One distinguishing characteristic: you can get a second hot dog jammed into the bun with the Sammie dog, only a bit extra.



10355 North La Canada Drive, Tucson, AZ 85737
P: 520-731-1100

A locally owned restaurant dedicated to local purveyors of fresh product that we feel privileged to work with. We personally create every dish from scratch with a “back to basics” approach to our seasonally inspired cooking. We now offer house-made Gluten Free bread and buns! In addition, many of our fine entrees can be made gluten-free.


El Charro Café


Oro Valley location: 7725 N. Oracle, Oro Valley, AZ 85704
P: 520-229-1922

Established in 1922, El Charro Café of Tucson, Arizona is The Nation's Oldest Mexican Restaurant in continuous operation by the same family. Featuring traditional Northern Mexico-Sonoran style and innovative Tucson-style Mexican Food, El Charro Café is truly as Gourmet Magazine wrote: "A Taste Explosion".

Michelangelo Ristorante Italiano


420 W. Magee Rd, Tucson, AZ
P: 520-297-5775

Michelangelo Ristorante Italiano is a fine dining establishment that specializes in Italian cuisine. Its menu includes chicken, pasta dishes, mussels, salads, soups, pizzas, scallops, oysters and meatballs. The casual-style restaurant wine list includes Chianti, cabernet sauvignon, merlot, zinfandel, pinot noir, syrah and chardonnay. The restaurant features dining areas with arches, flowers and reproductions of the art of Michelangelo.


Jax Kitchen


7286 N. Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704
P: 520-219-1235

Jax Kitchen is a culinary breath of fresh air featuring the favorite foods of the owners and Chef Virginia "Ginny" Wooters. Its intimate setting is perfect for any occasion. Led by Taylor Nissen, the service team is the show. They love making experiences. Specialty cocktails and boutique wine lists will enhance dinner and homemade desserts will seal the evening!

Anthony's In The Catalinas


6440 N Campbell Ave, Tucson, AZ 85718
P: 520-299-1771

Offering an incredible fine dining experience, Anthony's is located in the plush south-facing foothills of the Santa Catalina mountains, and offer breath-taking views, continental cuisine, and a "Grand Award" winning wine list. Our multiple dining rooms and experienced staff make Anthony's the perfect spot for both intimate dinners and large private parties.


Wildflower American Cuisine


7037 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704
P: 520-219-4230

While our seasonal menu changes with the calendar, the walls and décor with the years, the one thing that has remained steadfast and true is Wildflower's carefully constructed plates, artfully shaken martinis and loyalty to its guests. You could call it a long-term love affair, and you'd just be scratching the surface.