The 10 Best Restaurants In Midtown Tucson, Arizona
Tucson has many award-winning and diverse restaurants, from great pizza to fantastic French cuisine. Here, we’ve listed our 10 favorite restaurants in the city’s Midtown neighborhood.
Restaurant, Pizzeria, American, $$$
Serial Grillers (Speedway Blvd.), East Speedway Boulevard
Serial Grillers is a casual restaurant that offers pizza, cheese steaks, salads, and cold sandwiches. They have a large selection of draft beers, and be sure to check out their burger of the week specials. The restaurant has happy hour Mon-Fri 2pm-5pm, where they offer bottled beers for $2.50 and craft beers for $4.
Renee’s Organic Oven is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and they provide healthy organic selections with gluten-free and vegan options. Many of their ingredients come from local farmers, they use sustainably sourced meat. Plus, the restaurant serves some of the best gluten-free pizza in Arizona and has an extensive cocktail list.
Featured in The New York Times, Food & Wine Magazine, and The Chicago Tribune,Feast features a revolving menu, which changes on the first Tuesday of each month. This allows the restaurant to offer new creative and seasonal dishes on a regular basis. People can even request their favorite dishes which they will then often bring back to their menu.
Come to Brother’s Noodles for some of the best Chinese food in Tucson. They offer quality cuisine at a great price, and the restaurant is the best for take-out food and provides quick and authentic food. In a hurry? Check out their online menu and ordering system.
Vero Amore offers Neapolitan pizza certified authentic by Italy’s Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana Academy, which means that their pizzas are made with homemade mozzarella, tomatoes, and flour in imported ovens. They also offer a large selection of pizza toppings. Each dish is made to order and may take a little longer, but the wait is worth it, as all of their food is delicious and fresh.
Zinburger offers delicious hamburgers and different kinds of fries, from hand-cut zucchini and sweet potato, to truffle. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine selection and milkshakes, served up in a high-end diner interior of wood flooring, low lighting, and hanging light fixtures.
Kazoku offers sushi and authentic Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is a family venture, a partnership between Chef Youn and his Aunt Uni Vawer. The name of the restaurant means family in Japanese, and a homey vibe is what the restaurant also tries to create. Importantly though, the fresh sushi is excellent and offered at affordable prices, as well as the noodles and other traditional Japanese dishes.
Relish Kitchen and Wine Bar offers a diverse wine list that includes organic and bio-dynamic wines. In addition to their wine, they also offer home-made cuisine made fresh daily. Their menu includes salads, wraps, and many other options, with a commitment to using sustainable and locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant is casual and trendy, perfect for a night out with friends.
Calle Tepa offers traditional Mexican food at great prices, and the restaurant’s cuisine is modeled after a traditional Mexican street grill. Be sure to try one of their delicious tacos or burrito bowls; their tortillas are freshly made everyday and also worth a try. The restaurant offers a happy hour every day from 3pm-6pm. Stop by after work for a refreshing margarita.
Beyond Bread has been a Tucson staple since 1998, offering hand-made and fresh baked goods. Their menu election includes breads, sandwiches, soups, salads, and pastries that are all made in the restaurant. They have been the recipient of numerous awards, and have been featured in Tucson Weekly, Tucson Lifestyle, and Arizona Foothills.