Tucson's sprawling midtown is home to several excellent eateries, including one of our favorites, Feast. This relaxed bistro is always full of surprises, with menus that change often to reflect what's fresh at the market. No matter what time of year you dine here, prepare to be surprised and enchanted with unexpected and tasty food pairings. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list.
For a traditional fine dining experience, try Kingfisher, a seafood restaurant with a late-night menu of lighter fare. Come for the fresh Gulf of Mexico shrimp and oysters, stay for the lively atmosphere and impressive wine list.
Speaking of fish, when you're craving great sushi in midtown Tucson, check out Kazoku. The restaurant delivers a sushi menu full of classic and unique rolls, all hand-rolled fresh. Kazoku also offers great lunch specials daily until 2:30 pm, including vegetarian bento boxes.
For those days that you're craving made-from-scratch comfort food, try BoBo's, a long-time Tucson diner known for its greasy spoon grub. Don't miss the freshly-made buttermilk biscuits!
Another good option for breakfast or lunch is Frank's, a true Tucson original diner that is open early for breakfast and closes at 2 pm after the lunch rush. For breakfast, you'll find Mexican specialties like huevos rancheros, egg sandwiches and French toast topped with powdered sugar. You simply can't beat the combination of fast service, great value and savory flavors that you find here.