Prep and Pastry

Cuisine: American, Eclectic

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Prep and Pastry opened in 2013, announcing itself as a "craft" breakfast, lunch and brunch destination in central Tucson. Essentially, this means dishes are made from scratch and crafted from locally...  Read More


  • Best Restaurants: "Prep & Pastry also has an afternoon tea, poured every weekday from 1 pm to 3 pm. Reservations are required."
  • Lunch: "Prep & Pastry also has an afternoon tea, poured every week day from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Reservations are required."
  • Homestyle: "Prep & Pastry now has two locations in Tucson, including central and east-side locations."
  • Group Friendly: "Prep & Pastry also has an afternoon tea, poured every weekday from 2 pm to 4 pm. Reservations are required."
  • Breakfast: "Lemon poppy French toast and freshly made cinnamon buns are highlights of the breakfast menu."
  • Breakfast/Brunch: "Try the duck confit cast iron hash for breakfast!"
  • Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: Prep & Pastry remains a strong Tucson destination for brunch.
  • Best for Lunch Because: Stylish, gourmet comfort food in hipster-approved digs make Prep & Pastry a good option for lunch any day.
  • Best for Homestyle Because: Prep & Pastry dishes out homestyle fare using local and gourmet ingredients.
  • Best for Group Friendly Because: Prep & Pastry has a beautiful open dining room and a menu of eclectic eats that will appeal to larger groups.
  • Best for Breakfast Because: Prep and Pastry is a bonafide foodie find, featuring a menu with unique breakfast offerings made from local ingredients.
  • Best for Breakfast/Brunch Because: Prep & Pastry offers a gourmet take on breakfast and brunch, including dishes made with duck confit.


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