Below is a list of the top and leading Cafe in Tucson. To help you find the best Cafe located near you in Tucson, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Tucson’s Best Cafe:
The top rated Cafe in Tucson, AZ are:
- Decibel Coffee Works – is providing a truly outstanding product
- Barista Del Barrio – was founded by its family in 2017
- Café à La C’Art – is situated in the historic 1865 Stevens House
- Eclectic Cafe – is located at the east end of the Tanque Verde Shopping Center
- Espresso Art Cafe – has been sentimentally crafted by a society of coffee lovers
Decibel Coffee Works
Decibel Coffee Works, Dana Fehr, and Nick Hoenig have determined to rebrand theirs to better reflect where they come from, as well as where they want their future to be. Through purchasing from sustainable sources and providing wholesale and retail sales, they will be providing a truly outstanding product while contributing to the longevity of the coffee industry and promoting socially responsible, environmentally conducive practices.
Cafe Menu, Coffee
“Delicious coffee and food with several high-quality vegan options. Situated in the annex, this is a very convenient trek off Cushing street bridge over the Santa Clara wash bike trail.” – Matthew O.
Barista Del Barrio
Barista Del Barrio was founded by its family in 2017. It had always been a dream of the owner, Flavia Briones, to own and operate a restaurant and share beloved family recipes. After years of working tirelessly to support two kids as a single mother, it is amazing to see this dream coming true. They started out as a small coffee cart, ran by Flavia and her two kids Ariana and Sergio, but the business quickly expanded and moved into the building next door, where they set up their permanent kitchen. The support from the community that has helped expand their business has been truly overwhelming.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeaway
“This little place not too far from UofA is a hidden gem. Get ready for a big line on weekend mornings – which is telling. Because the Burritos and Tamales are amazing! Hit the spot. Good coffee too. Very friendly service.” – Jubin E.
Café à La C’Art
Café à La C’Art is situated in the historic 1865 Stevens House on the grounds of the Tucson Museum of Art, Café à la C’Art is an exceptional space with a Monet-inspired garden patio. Their vibrant new dinner menu was created by executive chef and owner Mark Jorbin; also not to be missed is the pastry case stocked with handmade delights from the in-house pastry chef, comprising a signature Mixed Berry Buttermilk Cake and Chocolate Bomb.
Menu, Catering, Special & Events
“Best brunch I’ve had. I can’t believe I never heard of this place sooner. Definitely packed for Sundays.” – Andres E.
Eclectic Cafe in Tucson has collected original meals that could never be described as ordinary. You will feel at home at Eclectic Cafe. They are located at the east end of the Tanque Verde Shopping Center. It is a long-running cafe offering seasonal Mexican and global dishes, including gluten-free options.
Menu, Order Online, Dine-In
“My hubby & I wanted to go to a Cafe for our anniversary a few weeks ago and this place was highly recommended to us by his boss. I’m glad we went because we loved it! Our kids loved our leftovers too. Good portion sizes for the money and customer service is great. We went back for Mother’s Day with our teen children and everything was great again!” – T. Parr
Espresso Art Cafe
Espresso Art Cafe has been sentimentally crafted by a society of coffee lovers from all around the globe. With specialty espresso drinks inspired by cafés in Europe, a full-service bar that provides craft cocktails made according to your personal specifications, and hookah made to order, the experience that you are engaged in when you walk into the establishment transcends that of your average family-owned local coffee spot.
Menu, Dine-In, Takeaway, Event
“One of my favorite cafes. They treat you like family over there, it’s a great open community! Love it there!” – Bailey H.
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