The dynamic Tucson food scene has seen rapid growth in the past few years, highlighting the city's diversity while reaffirming its culinary past.
The original El Charro Cafe, one of the oldest Mexican food restaurants in the country, remains a force to be reckoned with on Court Avenue.
In a city famous for its great Mexican food, Cafe Poca Cosa stands out from the pack for its gourmet take on traditional Mexican food. Seasonal menus are updated twice daily, but try the popular sampler dish if you can't decide what to order.
If you're in the mood for classic French food with a contemporary twist - and who isn't - The Coronet is a breath of fresh air. Inspired by the charm and tradition of Old World rustic cooking, the brasserie-style restaurant and bar is located at Tucson's historic Coronado Hotel.
For a taste of elevated modern American comfort food, head to Cup Cafe, tucked away on the first floor of the Hotel Congress. With a modern eclectic menu of American comfort food, a revolving bakery case full of freshly-baked pies, and a lively open-air patio, the cafe is a hit with locals and visitors alike.
Finally, celebrate the local bounty with a visit to Pasco Kitchen & Lounge, a restaurant that specializes in "urban farm fare." Chef Ramiro Scavo takes fresh, locally-sourced ingredients to craft traditional American food that is irresistibly flavorful.
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