Kade Mislinski, Jenny Rice, and co. have conjured up something magical within the ancient brick walls of HUB. We love the comfort-food dishes—mac and cheese, chicken pot pie, house-made pastrami and corned beef—but when we're in a mood to eat healthy, we dive right into the Picky Farmer salad or the grilled vegetables. The cocktail list gives us the ol' razzle-dazzle and the ice cream is, well, the Best of Tucson®. While it's a crowd-pleaser on its own, HUB's buzz has led the way in firmly establishing downtown as a dining destination in this town, which was no easy trick. Let's hope Mislinski has plenty more up his sleeve.
2. The B Line
621 N. Fourth Ave.
3. Zona 78
7301 E. Tanque Verde Road, Suite 121
78 W. River Road
—If we brought back our Get Out of Town feature, it would be for people like you: Nine votes for "Chili's," six votes for "Outback Steakhouse," five votes for "Applebee's," five votes for "Olive Garden," three votes for "Claim Jumper," two votes for "Coco's," two votes for "Cheesecake Factory," two votes for "Wendy's," one vote for "Brio"
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