Nestled in the heart of Tucson, locally owned and operated Old Pueblo Grille has a warm and inviting decor as well as an award winning patio. Serving ... More
Old Pueblo Grille
Nestled in the heart of Tucson, locally owned and operated Old Pueblo Grille has a warm and inviting decor as well as an award winning patio. Serving a top rated southwestern/American cuisine, Old Pueblo Grille's unique flavors and dishes are a Tucson Favorite. Old Pueblo Grille specializes in large gatherings such as Weddings, Retirement Parties, Birthdays, Company Outings, and so much more. Located at 60 N. Alvernon (just north of Broadway on Alvernon) Old Pueblo Grille is the perfect location for your event or just a great place to enjoy a wonderful dining experience. OPG is a hidden gem in the heart of Tucson. We will see you there!
WOW! What a wonderful place! Absolutely breath taking outdoor scenery. Beautiful fountains, palm trees, birds singing. It was wonderful. Very diverse menu. The mac and cheese is out of this world...yeah, I know, mac and cheese (Who would ve thought)? Shrimp fajitas were a bit pricey, but a huge portion with plenty of very large shrimp, so it was worth it. I would recommend it highly and will return!
Went here during off peak hours about 3PM, was expecting high quality Southwest food. Has a nice ambiance and decor, however the restaurant falls short. The service was average, not great, not bad. The food was very bland and boring, I left thinking could do better at home for about a 1/4 the cost. Overall very pricey and disappointing.
Food is great for the price you pay, but its the surroundings that makes its all worthwhile. As soon as you enter the property, you will be overwhelmed by an awe-inspiring patio – citrus trees, adobe rock covered flooring, water features – great for spring family lucheon.
Old Pueblo Grill is such a wonderful and gorgeous place that I dont eat there except on the most specialist occasions so that I can keep the wonder from the very first time I went there. It has great food and great service and i really is a romantic place. I highly recommend it!!
The Old Pueblo Grill at the Tucson Foothills Mall is the one we patronized. The food was good---spicy, hot and well-prepared. But the noise level was so loud it made our dining experience totally uncomfortable. It was so bad we could not finish our dinners.
There was a large party seated near us talking and yelling at the top of their voices, but no effort was made by the restaurant staff to ask them to tone it down. We complained to our waitress but she said she could not do anything.
We complained on our way out of the restaurant, and were offered a $10 coupon for a return visit. We refused it since we have no intention of ever visiting that restaurant again.
When we drove into the parking lot, the landscaping was beautiful. We were seated immediatly. We had a wonderful waiter who brought us bread while we waited for our drinks. The bloody mary's were excellent. We ordered our entree and waited, maybe, 15 min for it to arrive. I ordered lobster tails, my husband ordered strip steak. Altho the tails were small they were supurb. The steak was well aged and tender. The vegetables were delicious. I even ordered dessert which I don't normally do. I had a mango mousse with raspberries and whipped cream which also was delicious. Would we go back again? You betcha.
The atmosphere of this restaurant is like an oasis in the desert. The patio outside is romantic and lovely with fireplaces and lots of tables. Inside has a more 'restaurant' atmosphere but nice, nonetheless. The food was delicious, if a little pricy. We would return. Not a child-friendly restaurant, so parents, leave the kids with a babysitter!
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