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Looking for Tucson Foothills restaurants, bars, and cafes?
Here’s our map with River Road being the southeastern border and Oracle Road being the western border.
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We’re not featuring every restaurant from the map above (…yet), but here are some of the more notable Tucson Foothills restaurants that we’ve already featured in the past.
4706 E. Sunrise Dr.
For a traditional Neapolitan margherita, Fiamme rocks it. Check out their superb salads as well.
While their no-frills approach to food speaks for itself, pizzaiolo Scott Volpe happens to be an undisputed world champ at pizza acrobatics.
Read our April 2019 article Fiamme Pizza’s Scott Volpe wins Pizza World Championship gold for pizza acrobatics.
For more information, visit fiammepizzatucson.com.
4777 E. Sunrise Dr., Ste. 119
A Foothills staple for the past few decades, Bazil’s serves upscale Italian cuisine in a cozy environment with quiet acoustics.
Also, check out Bazil’s To Go for their Chicago thin crust pizza.
Read our September 2019 article After 40 years, Northeast Tucson’s Bazil’s still delights.
For more information, visit bazilstucson.com.
Commoner & Co.
6960 E. Sunrise Dr.
While its cousin restaurant Prep & Pastry is arguably the most popular restaurant in Tucson, Commoner & Co. is just far enough off the beaten path that you won’t have to wait so long for a seat. Check out their new menu and restaurant renovation.
For more information, visit commonertucson.com.
Inca’s Peruvian Cuisine
6878 E. Sunrise Dr., Ste. 130
Inca’s serves traditional Peruvian cuisine worth of catching Guy Fieri’s attention.
Read our September 2019 article From pisco to potatoes, Inca’s Peruvian Cuisine does Peru proud.
For more information, visit incasperuviancuisine.com.
Three Canyon Beer and Wine Garden
4999 N. Sabino Canyon Rd.
Tucked away near Sabino Canyon, Three Canyon provides a serene and furnished outdoor experience to enjoy a bevvy. They also recently introduced a kitchen with a selection of barbecue dishes.
Read our March 2017 article Three Canyon Beer & Wine Garden by Sabino Canyon to Open March 21.
For more information, visit threecanyon.com.
The Hidden Grill
4955 N. Sabino Canyon Rd., Ste. 113
While the Hidden Grill specializes in prep meals, the restaurant also has a few seats inside to dine in. Everything is made from scratch and clearly labeled with ingredients and allergen information, plus it’s downright tasty.
Read our August 2018 article The Hidden Grill paleo-focused meal prep & restaurant now open.
For more information, visit thehiddengrill2go.com.
Wilhelm Family Vineyards – Ventana
5425 N. Kolb Rd., Ste. 119
This tasting room features Wilhelm’s Spanish-style wines along with a variety of tapas to pair with.
Read our July 2019 article Wilhelm Family Vineyards pairs tasty tapas with Spanish-style varietals because, wine not?
For more information, visit wilhelmvineyardsventana.com.
The Grill at Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort
5501 N. Hacienda Del Sol Rd.
One of the most scenic dining destinations in Tucson, Hacienda Del Sol Guest Ranch Resort also features one of the most indulgent brunches available.
Read our March 2018 article Feasts, Views & Mimosas: 6 Fancy Sunday Brunch Buffets.
For more information, visit haciendadelsol.com.
Wild Garlic Grill
2870 E. Skyline Dr., Ste. 120
If you love garlic, then you’ll love Wild Garlic Grill. The restaurant blends high-end cuisine with a comfortable setting and generous portions.
Read our January 2018 article Nine on the Line: Chef Steven Schultz of Wild Garlic Grill.
For more information, visit wildgarlicgrill.com.
Tavolino Ristorante Italiano
2890 E. Skyline Dr.
Tavolino combines simple, straight-forward Italian cuisine in a classy-yet-approachable environment.
Read our June 2019 article Summer Wine Tours of Italy takes flight at Tavolino.
For more information, visit tavolinoristorante.com.
1765 E. River Rd.
Seis’s Joesler Village location features all the lovely Mexican food of Seis along with a bar, so you can enjoy their twists on micheladas and other libations.
Read our August 2019 article Brunch Must: Chorizo con Papas Tacos at Seis Kitchen.
For more information, visit seiskitchen.com.
1745 E. River Rd. Ste., 165
Villa Peru showcases Peruvian cuisine in an upscale environment; try visiting during one of the Ceviche Festivals, held once every few months, for the best variety.
Read our August 2017 article Villa Peru Modern Peruvian Cuisine to Open August 11.
For more information, visit villaperutucson.com.
Arizona Wine Collective
4280 N. Campbell Ave.
Arizona Wine Collective showcases a beautifully curated selection of Arizona wines.
Read our February 2018 article Locally focused wine tasting room “Arizona Wine Collective” now open.
For more information, visit azwinecollective.com.
Proof Artisanal Pizza & Pasta
4340 N. Campbell Ave., Ste. 104
Enjoy a variety of house-made pastas and pizzas along with other Italian delights at Proof. Their patio is also one of the best in town.
Read our November 2018 article “Proof Artisanal Pizza & Pasta” Now Open in St. Philip’s Plaza.
For more information, visit prooftucson.com.
4911 N. Stone Ave.
While pizza is in their name, don’t miss out on the Eggplant Parmesan, easily one of the best in town.
Read our October 2018 article Cue the Cheese: Grab a Slice at Scordato’s Pizzeria.
For more information, visit scordatospizzeria.com.
Sushi Cortaro on River
75 W. River Rd., Ste. 181
Northwest staple Sushi Cortaro expanded with a second location on River. The all-you-can-eat menu features standard Japanese appetizers along with nigiri sushi and specialty rolls.
Read our January 2018 article All-You-Can-Eat “Sushi Cortaro on River” Now Open at River & Stone.
For more information, visit sushicortaro.com.
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