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Maloney’s 301 E. Stevens (next to O'Malley's) (520) 388-9355 This is where the College students 700 Block 700 Block hang out. Maloney’s offers good food, enter- tainment and dancing. Maya Quetzal Restaurant 600 Block 429 N. 4th Avenue 600 Block (520) 622-8207 This is a Guatemalan restaurant of the highest caliber. Beef, Chicken and Pork are offered in a variety of delicious sauces and are complemented with fresh vegetables and specialty rice. Vegetarian dishes are available too. The prices are very reasonable and the servings sizable. O’Malley’s on Fourth 500 Block 247 N. 4th Avenue 500 Block (520) 623-8600 Combine an excellent menu with wall to wall TV’s, pool tables with indoor and outdoor seating and you have the best of sports bars. Featuring great burgers, salads and sandwiches. A wonderful place to have Pancho Villa’s Grill 600 N. 4th Avenue 400 Block (520) 624-9297 Capture a taste of old Mexico 400 Block cuisine and enjoy chicken or carne asada tacos and burritos. Dip your chips in a help yourself selection of salsas. Order the well known Vienna hot dog with mustard and relish or Sonoran style for a hot dog like you have never had before. 300 Block World Wide Wrappers 300 Block 500 N. 4th Avenue (520) 884-7070 A large selection of wrap style sandwiches,and a complete juice bar that includes smoothies. Leisurely dinning is available for those who wish to take advan- tage of the tables inside or outside on the front patio. 200 Block 200 Block Athens on Fourth Epic Café 745 N. 4th Avenue 500 N. 4th Avenue (520) 624-6844 (520) 624-6886 Fine coffees, pastries, sandwiches, Every year Athens is voted the best soups and salads are the specialties, along Greek food in Tucson. A very tasteful and com- with free WI-FI and outdoor seating. An fortable dinning room complements the deli- eclectic clientele of artists, writers, scholars, cious menu. Open for lunch and dinner. professors, students and neighborhood resi- dents make for an enjoyable experience The B Line Caruso’s Restaurant 621 N. 4th Avenue Cafe Passé 434 N. 4th Avenue (520) 882-7575 415 N. 4th Avenue (520) 624-5765 Smple but refined meals and (520) 624-4411 For over 40 years Caruso’s has Great coffee and expresso, teas, desserts. Homemade biscuit sand- been the cornerstone for Italian cuisine. The smoothies and fresh baked goods. Delicious wiches and excellent coffee start the menu is everything you would expect from an sandwiches, breakfast served all day. day and the lunch-dinner menu fea- Italian restaurant. Dinner begins at 4pm. Weekend brunch with live music. A beauti- With seating both inside and out. From the tures soups, salads, pastas, and burri- ful outdoor smoking patio, sidewalk seat- complementary garlic bread to the desert you ing and free wi-fi. tos. Their fresh homemade pies are the will be humming your dinning pleasure. You rave of Tucson will find the pricing to be pleasing as well. La Indita Restaurant Bison Witches Bar and Grill Chocolate Iguana 622 N. 4th Avenue 326 N. 4th Avenue 500 N. 4th Avenue (520) 792-0523 (520) 740-1541 www.bisonwitches.com (520) 798-1211 La Indita Restaurant Mexicano Featuring grilled deli sandwiches on Scrumptious sandwiches, soups is a traditional Tucson favorite that serves homemade bread, fresh salads and bread bowl and salads complement the gourmet coffees, Mexican and Native American cuisine with soups. A great selection of micro brews, table teas and other beverages. Wonderfully deli- indigenous dishes. Located in a delightfully side service and a full bar make for a lively cious chocolates, pastries and ice creams. painted storefront on the east side of atmosphere. Daily happy hour and drink spe- Unique goodies and gifts. Seating inside or on Fourth Avenue, La Indita offers dining in a cials.. Covered patio and parking out back. the shaded front patio is the best of ambi- intimate dining room, or al fresco on the shady patio. They serve chicken, beef and more. Sunday take-out breakfast available. Brooklyn Pizza Company Dairy Queen 534 N. 4th Avenue 501 N. 4th Avenue (520) 622-6868 (520) 882-0959 Magpies Gourmet Pizza The best in New York style thin crust This is the oldest DQ in Tucson. No 605 N. 4th Avenue or deep dish pizzas are served in a retro atmos- hot food here but the best soft ice cream spe- (520) 628-1661 phere. Pizzas are served by the slice or by the cialties are available for the after lunch or For the last six years Magpies has pie. Watch the pizza dough spin high in the air dinner desert. Patio seating is available for been voted the best pizza in Tucson. They while you wait. Not in the mood for pizza then your sipping & slurping enjoyment. offer salads, calzones and a selection of over try one of the wide variety of hot calzones. Top 20 gourmet pizzas including exotic toppings it all off with home made Italian Ices. like pine nuts, roasted eggplant and feta Delectables Restaurant & Catering cheese. You can order off the menu, design 533 N. 4th Avenue your own, eat in, eat out on the large patio-- Bumsteds Bar & Grill (520) 884-9289 www.delectables.com or have it delivered. Low fat or soy alterna- 500 N. 4th Avenue tive cheese is available too. Plus, they’ve got An ambiance of leisure and charm (520) 622-1413 a take-and-bake option: You can cook it await you for lunch and dinner seven Humongous sandwiches with chips, days. We offer asparagus crepes, chicken traditional fries or sweet potato fries are the and spinach enchiladas, spinach & cream Martin’s Comida Chingona specialty of the house. The deserts are wonder- 555 N. 4th Avenue cheese quiche and sandwiches, Tucson’s’ Best ful and offered in very generous servings. (520) 884-7909 chef salad, chocolate mousse, crème brulee, raspberry ice tea, chardonnays, cabernets, Real Mexican food made with care. cocktails and more. Tasty, unpretentious and great to eat. There is sidewalk people watching tables on the Avenue with the owner always cooking up wonderful eats. Great prices, wall art and a must have local fare.
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