Steaks were served raw. We sent them back and they didn't give us new baked potatos so they were cold. The only good thing about this place is the wings. The steaks are overpriced for the quality. They also charge for refills on soda.
Went tonight with my partner- the restaurant was 1/3 filled and I had a 6 PM reservation (definately NOT needed.) My partner ordered the FAMOUS rib eye steak. I ordered the 32 oz porterhouse as per the waitresses recommendation. 25 minutes later she brought the less than poor iceberg salad with 3 slices of toast bread. We gobbled this up since we were hungry. 10 minutes later she showed up with a bowl of canned baked beans. 10 minutes later our steaks were delivered (by now the beans were cold.) My companions ribeye was loaded with fat- when told this to the manager, she said that ribeyes tend to be this way and our waitress should have told us this. My steak, ordered medium rare was raw. I sent it back and she suggested that I dine on my baked potato. I prefer eating my patato with my main course! My steak arrived 10 minutes later and was raw again! She offered to recook it (or microwave it,) but I had enough. The bread was never refilled. I asked to see the manager since there is DEFINATELY a problem with this joint. She took $10.- off of our bill (should have compted my meal.) WHAT A NIGHTMARE. The restaurant is old and worn- definately a shithole which needs to be gutted! I highly would not recommend this dump to my worst enemy. STAY AWAY!!!!!
Daisy Mae's offers excellent steak and ribs in an old Tucson atmosphere. They grill over a large outdoor grill that you can see from your seat inside the restaurant. There are no frills, just good food.
Daisy Mae's has the best steak in Tucson, period. Unfortunately, the place has nothing else going for it. The cowboy decor is silly, service can be spotty, and all the other food is mediocre. It doesn't matter; the steaks are SO good that they make up for all the other deficiencies. ...so tender, such flavor... I don't know how they cook the steaks at this restaurant, but each cut of meat tastes very different so try a different steak each time, or come with a group and try a bite of each other's steaks. You won't be disappointed.
Best steak in years. Eat here once and you will keep coming back. The place is old and rustic and food to die for. Do not let the outside appearance fool you, go in and you will fall in love with this restaurant.
Restaurant is nothing fancy, though the food is mouth watering and fall off of the bone delicious! You could cut the steak with a fork, my husband usually drowns his food in sauces, but loved the steak so much he ate it the way it came. The ribs fell right off of the bone, and the chicken was very juicy. I loved reading all of the messages on the dollar bill that fill the walls, and it really made me feel good later on to find out that after 9/11 they took down all of the bills and donated them to the 9/11 fund.
While the steaks are good, it is a shame if you miss out on the Ribs. Some of the best tasting, most tender ribs I've ever had.
The atmosphere is what it is, but the food makes up for it. Good value too.
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