But, I wanted to highlight restaurants that with three o’s, bold, and italic. Not liking this place would be the equivalent of not liking dogs or babies. Tavolino was great in its original location at Ina & Oracle and it’s great now, too. It’s in a wine shop called the Rum Runner, so there’s no sign… The lighting is perfectly dark and sexy, the servers are all professionals, and their food rocks: Long-Stem Artichoke Hearts with Shiitake Duxelles, Parmesan Polenta, Truffle Oil, and Almond-Basil Pesto; Moulard Duck with Cashew Crust, Chili Fried Noodle, Napa Cabbage, Radish, Sprouts, and Smoked Shiitake Broth; and Halupki with Smoked Basmati Rice, Baby Corn, Cabbage, Chevre, Black Olive, Tempura Chinese Broccoli, and Oven Dried Tomato Puree. I mean, like, way longer than most restaurants that have been around a long time. Originally, it was a boarding school for girls, followed by a guest ranch fave of the Hollywood elite. But, sure enough, this is Tucson, and some foolio is going to walk in wearing flip-flops and make you question what’s sacred anymore.
There are restaurants I’ve left out that are great restaurants. Falora, Penca and 47 Scott, as well, are excellent places to bring a date.
For one, the place needs to This is by no means an all-inclusive list.
The small venue is a local favorite for its musical environment and fully acoustic atmosphere.
You’ll love the great music options, coffee, and tasty food.
Heard Museum - The Heard Museum is the big museum to learn about American Indian Arts in Phoenix.