There are so many good places to eat in Tucson, it can be tough to leave; but if you head southwest, through Sierra Vista and on to Douglas, there are some surprising, little-known culinary gems.
After free-form wally cakes (pancakes with walnuts) at Bisbee Breakfast Club or a chicken-fried steak topped with crazy-spiced gravy, have a lofty wedge of pie.
Whatever your culinary needs in Bisbee, the High Desert Market will fill them. It's a restaurant, coffee-smoothie bar, grocery store, and wine & beer shop.
This German bakery in the Arizona desert is known for breads, cakes, and cookies. Bobke's lunch includes such Old World specialties as schnitzel and bratwurst.