This restaurant is located very close to the entrance to Saguaro National Park- Rincon Mountain District East, not to be confused with the other part of the park on the west side of Tucson. It appears to be a stopping and refueling point for area bicyclists. It is decorated with old license plates and other memorabilia and is open for lunch and dinner. I opted for comfort food and ate spicy green chili meat loaf and cheddar mashed potatoes. Yum. The soup of the day was black bean and ham soup that was as good as anything I can make and believe me I am very fussy. There are Mexican dishes, taco, enchiladas, tamale pie, fajitas and others reported they were good. I want to go back and have the chicken enchiladas.
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