Make sure to check out the B Line Restaurant on 4th Ave..
Once you enter the B Line you know this place is special. The restaurant is in an old house that has been renovated just enough to feed a large party of people. It has a homey comfortable ambience. It can be a tight squeeze during a rush but alot of the time it is quiet and relaxed.
The menus are written on large chalk boards on the walls and the pastries are displayed in a revolving case close by.
My first meal there was breakfast and it did not dissapoint. The burrito I had was full of freshly cooked beans, rice and potatoes. The Pico de Gallo is especially good here. All the ingredients were fresh and it showed.
There is a vast array of tempting desserts all made from scratch on site so save room!!
perfect people watching.
great selection of beer on tap! delicious wine (tuesdays are 1/2 off a bottle) ! quality pastries (all from scratch)!
the crepe-style pancakes are awesome. on the weekend there are fresh homemade buttermilk biscuits. always mouthwatering scones and muffins. and salads bigger than your head.
Good eats and tastey treats. If I?m not eating a delicious breakfast burrito, I?m eating a fresh baked scone. Nothing tastes like fresh ingredients. The food at the B line is truly one of my best Tucson discoveries.
Best Microbrews!. The B-Line has the best selection of microbrews, ranging from hoppy to malty and dark to light, there is something that every beer drinker will appreciate. With daily happy hours, these pints are affordable and always served in a frozen glass. They have a brew that will complement every item on their menu.
EAT LOCAL, not the locals! Best place in Tucson!. Eat at the BLine. With a group that can't agree on what to eat or doesn't know? Eat here. They've got burros, pasta, salad, tacos, soup and tons of beer, wine, etc. I take my girlfriend here on dates for the desserts (pie, cake, etc.). It's a cool place to grab a beer after work or grab some coffee too. The staff is awesomely nice AND the layout works for anyone - whether you want a more intimate table or a seat at the bar watching pedestrians. Best of all -- there is a huge window into the kitchen that your order sails through on one of those zip lines. You can see who is going to make your food right when you order and I've never been disappointed by their cuteness either :) The building itself is pretty rad and embodies what I like best about Tucson - old homes built into businesses so you still have that historic, homey feel. Try the veggie sangwich!
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