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Reputed for its swanky-yet-casual atmosphere and stellar service, 47 Scott is popular with Tucsonans who love dressed-up comfort foods and craft cocktails.
Specialty drinks include a gingery Moscow Mule, an Old Fashioned made with “bacon-washed rye,” and the Sonoran 74—which uses gin from Arizona and sparkling wine from New Mexico to booze up a lemon and hibiscus concoction. 47 Scott also offers draft beer and a full wine menu, which focuses on vintners from Arizona, California, and the Pacific Northwest.
Culinary favorites include grilled cheese, phyllo wrapped chicken, and mussels served with homemade pommes frites. 47 Scott’s pork chop—accompanied by chive spaetzle, mustard-seed caviar and pickled Brussels sprouts—was recently named one of Tucson’s “100 Essential Dishes” by the Tucson Weekly; and customers rave about the classic Angus burger, topped with red pepper aioli and served on a potato bun. Vegetarian options include a beet and arugula salad, tomato-basil soup, and a stuffed bell pepper with quinoa, black beans and sautéed vegetables. Entrees range from $13 to $24.
47 Scott offers Happy Hour every day from 4 to 6 pm. Drinks and snacks are priced between $4 and $7 per item: $8 can get you a Negroni and mozzarella-topped bread; for $14, you can drink a Lucky Star pinot noir and chow down on their meat and cheese plate.
The downtown restaurant serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, starting at 10 am. Their brunch menu includes carefully-prepared classics like huevos rancheros, homemade coffee cake, and chicken and waffles; as well as more offbeat items like pulled pork hash.