Barrio Food and Drink
Barrio Food and Drink: (520) 629-0191
Cuisine Type: American with regional accents.
No Dress Code.
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Formerly known as Barrio Grill, Barrio Food and Drink is an engaging neighborhood bistro tucked away downtown on 6th Avenue. With
high ceilings, tile floors and art borrowed from local galleries, this little restaurant has style in addition to a great location. Stop by the bar
for a drink before or after a performance at the Convention Center or the nearby Temple of Music and Art.
Chef Jeff Glomski whips up daily specials ranging from meat loaf to exotic signature dishes like chicken, dried papaya and mango in a
chipotle Chardonnay cream sauce over linguine. The standard menu barely fills a single page of large type, but there is an assortment of
small plates, vegetarian items and salads in addition to the beef and fish specials.
Flights of wine or spirits are available for guests who like to taste and compare. For example, if you like tequila you may sample any
three for ten dollars. Love sauvignon blanc? Try three for ten dollars, or mix and match if you like, cabernet, merlot and syrah. The only
requirement is the wines you select must be served by the glass, and Bowmore 21 is not available for flights.We do not recommend
mixing wine and spirits.
In addition to a great wine list, Barrio also has a number of high-end tequilas, scotches and whiskies.
Barrio infuses its own flavored vodkas, including raspberry, vanilla and hot pepper varieties. Made with Finlandia vodka, flavors vary
seasonally according to available produce.
Lunch: 11am-5pm Mon-Fri; 12pm-5pm Sat
Dinner: 5pm-9pm Mon; 5pm-10pm Tue-Thu;
Driving Directions: From Broadway & Stone; Go South on Stone, Go East on 12th St, Go North on 6th Ave. The Barrio will be on
your right. Address: 135 S. 6th Ave
If you have any questions about Barrio Food and Drink or searching for homes in Tucson,
Email Me or call me Today. Laurie Hassey (520) 404-4663