The meat is slow-cooked, the torillas are thick, and the tacos are hot. It’s the perfect grab and go snack for Tucson. Don’t miss the chile-dusted fruit spears, either. $1.25
2618 S. 6th Ave.
The bread is baked fresh daily, the arugula is crisp; the Portobello, perfectly cooked. Oh, and the mayo is amazing. Call it your perfect Wednesday night comfort food. $8.99
444 E. University Blvd.
This is the kale salad to end all kale salads. The green curly kale comes massaged with extra virgin olive oil and a secret cashew dressing; Kalamata olives, artichoke hearts, and sun dried tomatoes top it off. , $9.50
3000 E. Broadway Blvd.
You won’t be able to recite Dr. Suess after this one. Over medium eggs, plus pesto, feta cheese, Black Forest ham, oven cured tomatoes, sandwiched between ciabatta bread. $9.00
150 N. Main Ave.