Southern Arizona Restaurants

In southern Arizona, cowboy fare is more common than haute cuisine. There are exceptions, though, especially in the wine region of Sonoita and in the trendy town of Bisbee, both popular for weekend outings from Tucson. And, as one would expect, Mexican food dominates menus.

In southern Arizona, cowboy fare is more common than haute cuisine. There are exceptions, though, especially in the wine region of Sonoita and in the trendy town of Bisbee, both popular for weekend outings from Tucson. And, as one would expect, Mexican food dominates me
In southern Arizona, cowboy fare is more common than haute cuisine. There are exceptions, though, especially in the wine

In southern Arizona, cowboy fare is more common than haute cuisine. There are exceptions, though, especially in the wine region of Sonoita and in the trendy town of Bisbee, both popular for weekend outings from Tucson. And, as one would expect, Mexican food dominates menus.

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  • 1. 100 Estrella

    $ | American

    It can be hard to decide which burger to order from the dozen or so on the menu here, including the popular bacon and avocado, the "bleu cheese...Read More

  • 2. Basha's Deli & Bakery

    $ | American

    At the Sells Shopping Center, the good-size market Basha's Deli & Bakery can supply all the makings for a picnic. ...Read More

  • 3. Gathering Grounds

    $ | Café

    This colorful café and espresso bar, which also doubles as an art gallery featuring local artists, serves healthful breakfasts and soups, salads...Read More

  • 4. La Fonda

    $ | Mexican

    A Yuma institution, La Fonda opened as a tortilla factory in 1940, then added a colorful restaurant onto the original building in 1982; locals...Read More

  • 5. Longhorn Restaurant

    $ | American

    You won't find anything fancy at this noisy eatery across the street from Big Nose Kate's Saloon, but you will find generous helpings of basic...Read More

  • 6. Lutes Casino

    $ | American

    Packed with locals at lunchtime, this large, funky restaurant and bar claims to be the oldest pool hall and domino parlor in Arizona. It's a...Read More

  • 7. Papago Cafe

    $ | American

    For traditional Indian and Mexican food like fry bread, tacos, and chili, try the Papago Cafe, open weekdays breakfast through dinner, and Saturdays...Read More

  • 8. Reb's Café

    $ | American

    For a more traditional take on Southwestern food—none of that newfangled "nouvelle" stuff—this unpretentious diner is of the cowboy variety...Read More

  • 9. Salsa Fiesta Mexican Restaurant

    $ | Mexican

    You can't miss the bright neon lights of this little restaurant, just south of Interstate 10 at Exit 340 in Willcox. The interior is cheerful...Read More

  • 10. The Garden Café

    $ | Café

    Before or after a visit to the Sanguinetti House Museum, this adjoining café is a good place to stop for breakfast or lunch. The charming dining...Read More

  • 11. Wagon Wheel Saloon

    $ | American

    The cowboy bar here, with its neon beer signs and mounted moose head, has been around since the early 1950s. This is where every Stetson-wearing...Read More

  • 12. Nellie Cashman's

    $ | American

    In 1882 a generous Tombstone pioneer opened a boardinghouse and restaurant catering to hard-rock miners. Named the "Angel of the Mining Camp...Read More

  • 13. Ranch House Restaurant

    $ | American

    Carnivores will find plenty of good eatin'—like rib eyes, T-bones, pork chops, and the epitome of country-style cooking, chicken-fried steak...Read More

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