1631 South Highway 92
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
Phone: (520) 458-7900
Fax: (520) 459-2603
1631 South Highway 92, Sierra Vista, AZ, US, 85635
- Phone: (520) 458-7900
- Fax: (520) 459-2603
Reservations are recommended at Bisbee's Cafe Roka. Serving a variety of Italian and California inspired cuisine.
The Chef would like to personally invite you and your guests to dine at Winchester's newly renovated dining room, located in the Hotel. Experience the way a real meal should taste from their homemade pastas to the freshly perpared desserts. He believes that attention to detail and flavor combinations is the key to a great meal. From steaks to BBQ, sandwich and salads there is something for everyone. Open daily serving breakfast lunch and dinner.
Serving authentic Mexican cuisine.
Serving Mexican and American food for breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week.
Romantic candlelight fine dining with fresh homemade Italian cuisine from Southern Italy and Sicily. They only serve fresh chicken, shrimp, and hand pounded veal. Nothing frozen or deep fried. Daily seafood specials. Take out available. Open Thursday - Sunday 5-9pm only. Bring your own beer and wine no in-house alcohol. Reservations are highly suggested. Take Visa, Master Card and cash. Ample parking.
This cozy cafe is located in the village of Sonoita, about one hour south of Tucson, in the rolling hills where Arizona's best wines grow. Decorated in upscale Southwestern colors, it offers a menu that can best be describes as eclectic. The menu includes a wide range of choices from local specialties and regional seafood dishes to tasty homemade desserts. Be sure to try some of the local wines.
This two-story house off exit 303 on I-10 is one of the landmarks in Benson. Family-owned for 70 years, the cafe has served as a focal point for the town for visitors and locals alike, and it has retained its Western ambiance and decor to this day. The fare here is strictly Southwestern, consisting of steak, tacos and burros, and an extensive salad bar. There is also a full bar, serving a good variety of American and imported beers.
Located in a historic landmark about 45 miles south of Tucson, and filled with a large selection of Southwest artifacts, this small eatery in Tumacacori has served authentic Mexican food based on family traditions handed down through generations. One of its unique creations is the fruit burro, which is essentially a pie made from blueberry, apple or peach, and served as a dessert dish. Domestic and Mexican beers are available, as well as a limited selection of wines. This jewel is located a half-mile north of Tumacacori National Monument.
Tubac Deli is a local favorite that serves deli-style sandwiches using fresh baked bread and Boar's Head meats and cheeses. Other items include homemade soups, espresso, salads, pies, and pastries. A high speed wireless Internet access point.
If you visit the village of Tubac for an exploration in art, don't miss this pleasant bistro restaurant at the pond across from the little bridge. It serves essentially American fare, including burgers and sandwiches, plus a good variety of eggplant and other vegetarian dishes. The wine list, featuring mainly wines from the Mondavi winery, is adequate, with a glass of house wine. Seating is available on the patio by the pond, with water misters providing additional relief from the Southern Arizona summer heat, and a live music program every Thursday night.
A locally owned and operated Italian restaurant featuring authentic Roman cuisine, fantastic service, and an even better view.