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Review of Tucson McGraw's

Tucson McGraw's
Ranked #333 of 2,042 Restaurants in Tucson
Price range: US$11 - US$11
Cuisines: American
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Reviewed 25 March 2013

May to crowded and loud the food was not cold and not very good price was OK for what you got would not return,

2  Thank patricia s
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Reviewed 21 March 2013

Hey folks....you don't go to Tucson McGraw's because it has "haute cuisine". But tuck in there an hour or so before sunset, sit outside, have a couple of "Fat Tires" on tap and revel in the gorgeous scenery to the south and west. You'll love it. The fries are great, and the tri-tip sandwiches are pretty good so just enjoy and don't whine about this not having a French chef preparing your fare.

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Thank koolbill
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Reviewed 18 March 2013

The prices have gone up, no more french fries with sandwichs, the menu is small - but the service never improves and the place is still dirty as ever. After 8 years of on/off visit and always poor service. We'll not visit again - we go to the New Settlement on Spanish Trail now.

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5  Thank TimTucson
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Reviewed 27 January 2013

Let me get this out of the way first - what's with the four stupid fake saguaro's? This drives me nuts every time I see the place. I've considered driving my car into them as a public service. As for the view, it is indeed one of the best in east Tucson. It is perched on one of the highest points in Tucson proper. On the patio, they roll back several garage doors and you can enjoy the fresh air as you look south over the lowland area. The generic Mexican food and service are nothing to write home about. If the weather is good, you're in the neighborhood and you just want some chips and salsa - then by all means give it a try.

1  Thank FirstOnes
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

McGraw's has been on the top of that bluff overlooking the stables and
"as far as you can see" southern desert seems like --forever!
Originally and partially owned by a Canadian who loved the location.
Sure, appearances and interior are quite rustic, but little change, other than
some paint and some exterior development has occured since its debut!
Great outdoor-indoor patio(with lots of visiting roadrunners)--try the
signature Tucson grilled cheese---margs by the pitcher, and all american
bar cuisine is to be expected.
Service has always been cordial and smiling. Sit at the bar during 100 plus
degrees and see if you don't enjoy their icicle cold beer!
This place is made to have fun--and to enjoy a great "Tucson Cantina"
experience.

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1  Thank alan a
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