Readers' Pick: The clientele is eclectic, the attire casual, and the atmosphere is reminiscent of a northwoods nightclub in Paul Bunyon Territory. But the seafood at Kingfisher's is simply fabulous. When we stopped by recently, entrees, all priced under $20, included grilled ahi tuna in a peppered black bean sauce, and pecan crusted Atlantic Salmon. For a sampling of some of its finest fare, the restaurant also offers a combination plate of grilled Gulf shrimp, bay scallops and black mussels served with pasta. Late-nighters looking for something before snore-time can choose from several seafood selections, including house-smoked ruby red trout and pan-fried shrimp cakes. The quality of seafood at Kingfisher's makes this a highlight of Tucson's dining scene.
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