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Dining & Nightlife

Borderlands Brewing Company

119 E. Toole Ave.
Bar
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This 1904 brick building once served as Tucson's first cold storage warehouse.

Cafe 54

54 E. Pennington St.
Cafe
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Built in 1930 as a Spanish Colonial Revival style commercial building. It continues to showcase its 1930s-era decorative terra cotta relief.

Caffe Milano

46 W. Congress St.
Italian
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Built in 1920 and remodeled several times over the years.

Cup Cafe at Hotel Congress

311 E. Congress St.
Continental
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Designed in 1919 by architect Roy Place, this building mixes both Spanish Colonial Revival and Victorian architectural features.
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DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails

135 S. 6th Ave.
Modern American
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Designed in 1914 by architect Ely Blount, the building originally served as the Independent Order of Odd Fellows Hall.
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Elliott's on Congress

135 E. Congress St.
American
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Built in 1902 and renovated in the 1940s to express the International style of modern architecture.

Hub Restaurant and Ice Creamery

266 E. Congress St.
American
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Built in 1916, this one-part commercial block features Victorian style brickwork.

Iguana Café

210 E. Congress St.
Bar & Grill
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Built in 1900 and remodeled multiple times over the years.

Jimmy John's

63 E. Congress St.
American
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This International style building was constructed in 1948.

Maynards Market & Kitchen

400 E. Toole Ave.
French/Restaurant
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Commissioned in 1905 and completed in 1907. After numerous renovations, the 1942 Mission Revival version of the former Southern Pacific Depot was restored in 2001.
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Playground Bar & Lounge

278 E. Congress St.
Bar & Grill
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Built in 1916, this understated commercial building housed a printing shop.

Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink

101 E. Pennington St.
Italian
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Built in 1908 and renovated in the mid-1930s, adding its current Art Deco fašade.
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Sapphire Lounge

61 E. Congress St.
Nightclub
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Originally built in the late 1890s and renovated in the 1950s.

Shot in the Dark Café

121 E. Broadway Blvd.
Coffeehouse
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This Victorian style brick panel building features a Mission Revival style parapet and was constructed in 1917.

Tap Room at Historic Hotel Congress

311 E. Congress St.
Bar & Lounge
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Designed in 1919 by architect Roy Place. The hotel features an eclectic mix of Victorian and Mission Revival style details.
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The Carriage House

146 E. Broadway Blvd.
Cooking School/Special Event Venue

Zen Rock

121 E. Congress St.
Nightclub
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Built in 1907, this building once had a Mission Revival style facade.
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