Green Valley in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Green Valley with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4 based on 511 reviews
We were driving through and stopped bases on prior reviews. Some used the word authentic...I've never had a tamale that tasted like sugar had been added until we ate here. The rice is white and no seasoning and the refried beans were runny. The Rosarita margarita was the only good part of dinner. The veggie cheese crisp was adequate but definitely not worth the $50 we spent for dinner. There's nothing authentic about this place. I grew up in Tucson and tamales don't taste like dessert.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
We are a PREMIERE Bakery, Coffee, Ice Cream and Candy shop. Now serving Breakfast and Lunch Items! (Sandwiches, Salads,Quiche and Soup!)We have Blue Bell Ice Cream, Pepsi products, espresso, tea, Coffee, Italian cream soda, bulk candies and we even have a party room for large groups, Birthdays and special events!
We had heard of this bakery and finally stopped in while passing to pick up a couple of bear claws and cupcakes. I do not think the bear claw dough was mixed correctly, or ingredients were missing, or something odd was added to the batch we had. We had to throw them out. We could not eat them. And the bottoms were wet with something. Both my mother and I have baked all of our lives and are very good bakers, from angel, chiffon and devils food cakes, to croissants, eclairs, tortes, pastries and bread.
We came on a bad day?
I give 2 stars because so far the cupcakes are good. But we've only tried 2. The chocolate cake tasted good, but a bit stale, and a white "birthday" type cake was good, and fresher. The icing is very very sweet.
We were so disappointed. We wasted our money.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Excellent for great coffee, sandwhiches and deserts including ice cream. Great atmosphere and there is an art display and muesum. They also have outside entertainment when the weather is better,
4 based on 378 reviews
Just not in the mood for Mexican and decided to try this place based on reviews. Plus, we could walk from our hotel (Best Western)! We didn't make a areservation but there was a table in the bar area that we took. If you're planning on dining between 5 and 6:30, call ahead. Bottled wine was on special so we got a nice one of Malbec. Soon, we had some truly delicious bread to munch on. We ordered the steak and shrimp and the chicken piccata. Both came with salads which was nice. The entrees themselves were really good and accompanied by fettuccine alfredo. Had spumoni to finish which was a little different than the usual. Probably would skip that one. Anyway in terms of value and quality ,this place is a find in what seems to be a restaurant desert.
4 based on 18 reviews
Bummed we don't have a free-standing SB in Green Valley. Bit of a pain to fight grocery store parking/traffic/shoppers just to grab a cup of coffee but Gayle's smiling face & prompt attention makes it easier. She's a wonderful barista :-)
4 based on 231 reviews
Two Girls Pizzeria serves the best NY Style Pizza in the Santa Cruz Valley. All our food is made to order using only the freshest ingredients. We serve pizza, salads, heros, appetizers, pasta bakes, gluten free pizza and pasta, pasta with our housemade marinara or alfredo, deserts and wine and beer.
Chicago style pizza was very yummy. The service was personable with humor and great. We were not very hungry but ate most of our pizza because it was so good. It made great breakfast the next morning too!Thanks Deb! The Chicago style pizza is a big one packed full of ingredients. Glad you enjoyed the service.
4 based on 178 reviews
El Patio has become the area's second favorite Mexican Restaurant behind Manuel's. My understanding is that it is owned and operated by the same family. The food is good Sonoran style and the drinks are over priced and weak. Stick to wine and beer. It is usually pretty crowded for b dinner, so don't be alarmed if you have a ten or fifteen minutes wait.
4 based on 135 reviews
This is a nice find in Green Valley. They use qua,it's ingredients in their.unch offerings. Their pastries are really quite good and a bit fancier than what you find at most other places. They no longer offer breakfast but do open at 10 for lunch. My husband did have the quiche of the day which was light in texture, great crust and good flavor. I had a chicken sandwich with plenty of avocado and bacon. We didn't have the daily soup this visit but in the past it was very good.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Marti's bistro has been a local favorite for breakfast and lunch for as long as I've lived in the area (13 years). Everything is made fresh and with the flair of mom's home cooked meal. During snow bird season, you are guaranteed to have a wait before being seated. Be patient, the wait is wish it. The only reason I can't give five stars is because they choose not to do dinner.
4 based on 276 reviews
Experience fine dining, indoors or out, with an expansive view of the Santa Rita Mountains?. Open to the Public • Serving 3 Meals a Day • Sun-Thurs 7AM-7PM Fri & Sat 7AM-8PM. HAPPY HOUR 2-5pm Daily 1/2 PRICE Appetizers Monday Night All you can eat deep fried shrimp; Tuesday Night: BBQ Ribs & Fried Chicken; Wednesday Night: Wild Walleye Wednesdays!Friday ALL YOU CAN EAT Alaskan Cod Fish Fry ALL DAY! Saturday Night: Prime Rib
Arrived at Coyote Grill after a golf and sat in bar area with six fellow golfers. Bartender seemed to be unshaved and not happy. We had to come to him to get pitcher of beer. Glasses we received were absolutely dirty with dishwater stains. Had to ask for menus. Finally bartender came over to take order was advised by one of our group we needed 7 bills. Told one of our guys maybe he should go golf somewhere else. He huffed and puffed about that. Not a very friendly person. Sorry this man should be fired or maybe go work out on the golf course with the animals.
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