Over the years, the Marana Stockyards has had a cafe located inside of the building under the name as The Feedlot Cafe and Cattleman’s Cafe. Now, the team behind the latest concept, Luna Cafe, is excited to be officially open for breakfast (served all day) and lunch at 14075 W. Kirby Hughes Rd.
Currently, the brand-new cafe is open from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Tuesday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Wednesday, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Thursday – Sunday, and closed Monday.
The menu includes breakfast staples like huevos rancheros, chilaquiles, a Classic Egg Sandwich, and then the Classic Breakfast plate that includes two eggs, your choice of two strips of bacon or sausage links, and then served with potatoes and your choice of toast (move over, Denny’s, there’s a new Grand Slam in town — minus the pancakes).
Speaking of pancakes and sweet breakfast items, they have your classic buttermilk pancakes and French toast. However, they have a couple of crafty creations like the Tres Leches Pancakes — three pancakes topped with vanilla sauce and dulce de leche caramel sauce — and Churro French Toast, which is two slices served with two eggs any style.
Also, they offer weekly specials. For their first week in business, Luna Cafe has a $14 Country Fried Steak plate with two eggs, potatoes, and toast. For lunch there have a three-tacos plate (chicharrones) with refried beans for $13.
For lunch, there are a few burgers like the Ultimate Burger (beef patty, bacon, cheese, sunnyside up egg), tortas, Grandma’s Grilled Cheese, a taco salad, and more. You can check out their full menu online.
The Marana Stockyards has been family owned and operated since 1993 and host live auctions on Wednesdays (the cafe is open later on these days to accomodate).
Luna Cafe is located at 14075 W. Kirby Hughes Rd. For more information, follow Luna Cafe on Instagram.
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