Looking for West Tucson restaurants, bars, and cafes?
Here's our map with Oracle Road as the eastern border, River Road as the northern border, and Star Pass as the southern border.
If you are experiencing issues with the map above, click here to visit the map directly.
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.
This West Tucson brewery offers an impressive selection of sour beers. Furthermore, they also feature one of the more family-friendly tasting rooms with a play area for children.
Read our March 2018 article Brewery Profile: 1912 Brewing Co.
For more information, visit 1912brewing.com.
Where else can you get a burger and fries alongside pad thai and beef larb? While the combination isn't utilized as fusion, 4 Seasons still wields some of the better Thai food in Tucson.
Read our March 2017 article 4 Seasons Restaurant: American, Chinese & Thai on Miracle Mile.
For more information, visit 4seasonsaz.com.
*Please note that it is temporarily closed.
While the menu offers assorted fried seafood, burgers, po’ boys, barbecue, and more, the main draw is the seafood by the pound. Go for the Trifecta seasoning.
Read our January 2018 article VIDEO: Jackie Tran subjects himself to Angry Crab's Carolina Reaper hot sauce.
For more information, visit angrycrabshack.com.
Anita Street Market is hidden away in a residential neighborhood, so go out of your way to find it. You'll be rewarded with some of the best flour tortillas, breakfast burros, and red chile in town.
Read our December 2018 article Anita Street Market: Fresh Tortillas & Baller Burros That'll Bring You Back.
Take some of the nicest people in town, add some of the best burritos in town, throw in a horchata coffee... and the result is one of the most universally loved cafes in Tucson.
Read our November 2018 article Barista del Barrio: Mexican mochas & breakfast burritos by the Briones family.
Keep up with Barista del Barrio on Facebook.
Whether you want sweet or savory, swing by Cafe Marcel for a variety of crepes. Alcoholic cupcakes are also available if you have a sweet tooth and a, um, booze tooth?
Read our September 2018 article New ownership: Café Marcel keeps the crepes & adds alcoholic cupcakes.
Keep up with Café Marcel on Facebook.
Daisy Mae's appeals to both tourists and neighborhood locals. The southwest vibe pairs with wholesome dishes grilled over mesquite wood.
Read our October 2018 article Daisy Mae’s: Home to Succulent Steaks & Iconic Dollar Bills.
For more information, visit daisymaessteakhouse.com.
You can find the ubiquitous West Coast-style Dragoon IPA at countless restaurants across Tucson, but visit the taproom to try one of their other brews such as the Pony Express Brett pale ale.
Read our March 2018 article Brewery Profile: Dragoon Brewing Company.
For more information, visit dragoonbrewing.com.
This food truck serves some of the tastiest Mexican food in Tucson, and it's not even Sonoran. The addictive chalupas and cemita are our favorites so far, but the menu also features a wide range of Puebla classics.
Read our April 2019 article Newly Opened El Antojo Poblano Serves Tucson’s Best Mexican Sandwich.
Keep up with El Antojo Poblano on Facebook.
IOU offers all-you-can-eat sushi with a Polynesian twist and exceptionally friendly service.
Read our October 2017 article IOU Sushi IV: Polynesian Flavors, All-You-Can-Eat Indulgence.
Keep up with IOU Sushi IV on Facebook.
Being one of the most affordable Italian restaurants in town, Los Olivos features a variety of eats under $10: Calzone, Stromboli, Meatball Sandwich, Panino Al Italiano, Southwest Chicken Salad, and more.
Read our January 2018 article Los Olivos Pizzeria is a charming hidden gem on Tucson's west side.
Keep up with Los Olivos Pizzeria en Menlo Park on Facebook.
Maru features a wide variety of ramen, udon, and curry rice dishes along with a selection of ready-made snacks such as onigiri for on-the-go eating.
Read our March 2019 article Maru Japanese Noodle Shop at Speedway & Silverbell Now Open.
For more information, visit marunoodle.com.
Mian Sichuan serves up Sichuan noodles with a touch of modern influences. The Volcano Noodle is the star with its spicy broth and slice of American cheese. The menu is also expanding gradually with a selection of Chinese street food.
Read our October 2019 article Chinese noodle shop Mian Sichuan now open on North Oracle Road.
For more information, visit miansichuan.business.site. Keep up with Mian Sichuan on Instagram.
Sausage Shop is one of the few "true" delis in Tucson offering a wide selection of house-cured meats, sausages, and more. They also offer a variety of sandwiches showcasing their delectable meats.
Read our September 2014 article Sandwiches & Housed Cured Meats at The Sausage Shop.
Keep up with Sausage Shop and Meat Deli on Facebook.
A Tucson institution, St. Mary's Mexican Food serves exceptional from-scratch Mexican cuisine at an affordable price. The red chile burro and tamales are the star.
Read our March 2019 article St. Mary’s Mexican Food: Fresh Tortillas, Tamales To Go & Legendary Red Chile Burros.
For more information, visit stmarysmexicanfood.com.
Don't sleep on Vina. Even though they are tucked away in a shopping center near Home Depot, they still offer excellent pho and banh mi.
Read our August 2018 article Quality fast-casual Vietnamese cuisine at Vina Vietnamese Street Food.
Keep up with Vina Vietnamese Street Food on Facebook.
View the map for our extensive West Tucson restaurants list! Did we miss one of your favorites? Let us know in the comments.
Jackie Tran is a Tucson-based food writer, photographer, culinary educator, and owner-chef of the food truck Tran's Fats. Although he is best known locally for his work for Tucson Foodie, his work has also appeared in publications such as Bon...