(Sonoran Restaurant Week - September 8-17)

Where to Get a Pizza During Sonoran Restaurant Week 2023

September 15, 2023
By Matt Sterner

By now, we’re sure you’re well aware that Sonoran Restaurant Week has arrived and there’s a variety of prix fixe menus available now until Sunday, September 17. You have your fancy feasts, vegan delights, boozy specials, incredible deals, and even a handful of burger options.

However, what about a nice slice of pizza? Keep scrolling for Sonoran Restaurant Week specials that are circular or rectangular and then divided into smaller slices.

Also, here’s a full list of every participating business this Sonoran Restaurant Week.


222 E. Sixth St.

The wood-fired pizza spot next to Crooked Tooth Brewing Company is offering a $35 three-course meal that begins with salad, ends with a dessert, and has a pizza as the main course. On this pie, you’ll find fontina, shaved red onion, local red chili, lemon, and a prickly pear creme fraiche.

Charred Pie

12125 N. Oracle Rd.

They’re offering a dinner for two for $25, which includes two drinks (house wine, beer, or non-alcoholic beverage), a pizza (choice of Margherita, Pepperoni, or Sausage and Fennel), and a dessert. If you haven’t stopped by the pizza joint out in Oro Valley yet… what are you waiting for?


2960 N. Campbell Ave.

For $45 a person, Doughbird is offering a three-course meal and during your second course, perhaps consider The Aviator Pizza. This one’s packed with pepperoni, Italian sausage, Nueske’s bacon, organic tomato sauce, and heaps of mozzarella.

Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery/Bistro

5845 N. Oracle Rd.

The gluten-free restaurant has a breakfast pizza on the menu that feeds two people for $25. Plus, you get two non-alcoholic beverages with your meal. The restaurant is also offering a burger if you’re not in the mood for a pizza.

Pizza Sonora

1015 S. Park Ave.

What pairs perfectly with a local craft beer? Well, pizza, of course! Pizza Sonoran is located on MotoSonora Brewing Company’s back patio and they’re offering an Elote or Sonoran Hot Dog Pizza and two pints for $25.

Playground Bar & Lounge

278 E. Congress St.

Playground’s pizza comes in the shape of flatbread. The BBQ Chicken Flatbread is topped with barbecue sauce, smoked gouda, grilled chicken, bacon, grilled red onion, jalapeno, house-pulled mozzarella, cilantro, and a chipotle crema.

Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink

101 E. Pennington St.

The downtown restaurant is offering your choice of a half salad, a pizza, and dessert for $35. Grab a seat inside, out on the patio, or on the second-level dining area that opened earlier this month. The downtown views are worth the trek up the stairs.

Rocco’s Little Chicago

2707 E. Broadway Blvd.

Get on board the Flavortown Express this Sonoran Restaurant Week! You can eat what Guy Fieri on the Triple-D ate for just $35 (dine-in only). It includes six chicken wings of your flavor preference, three breadsticks (choose regular, spicy hot sticks, or BBQ sticks), and a nine-inch deep-dish Kitchen Sink pizza.

Squared Up Pizza

5870 E. Broadway Blvd.

Head into the Park Place Mall for this deal. Squared Up Pizza is offering two Sonoran-inspired pizzas for $30 — it’s normally a total of $36.

Vero Amore

12130 N. Dove Mountain Blvd.

Three courses for $45 from now until Sunday, September 17. Start with a posole soup, choose between the Carne Asada Pizza (green salsa and/or Mexican cheese, depending on availability) or the Elote Pasta (ditalini, corn, pico de gallo, line cream sauce, chile powder), and finish with Horchata Timamisu.

This is just a quick list of some of the best deals happening during Sonoran Restaurant Week. But remember — ALL of the menus offered for Sonoran Restaurant Week are a deal. It was a requirement to participate! So — take advantage! Use this week to explore all that Tucson’s incredible restaurant scene has to offer without breaking the bank. That’s what Restaurant Week is all about!

View the full Sonoran Restaurant Week lineup here.

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