A large, welcoming Indio-Mexican restaurant that serves three meals a day, this place is a low-profile Tucson gem. Green chile, made with pork, tomatillos, and a few kinds of chile, is some of the best anywhere.
One of the best barbecues of the Southwest – one of the best anywhere – Little Miss can be maddeningly crowded, but for those in search of brisket at its best (and fine pulled pork as well), it’s a destination worth any inconvenience.
Elegant breakfast in a peaceful, secluded spot surrounded by the regal red rocks of Sedona. Of special note are ricotta pancakes and a southwestern variant of bagels and lox – sopaipillas and smoked salmon.