Tubac, ARIZONA / 31°36'50"N 111°03'05"W
The Undisturbed Historic Gem of Arizona
La Entrada de Tubac, a village-like retail, gallery, and restaurant community in historic Tubac, Arizona, is a place that exudes old-world charm and the vibrancy of a by-gone era.
Modeled after a Spanish Colonial walking village, we invite you to visit one-of-a-kind galleries, restaurants, and specialty shops that are owned and operated by locals.
Established in 1927 as Elvira's Restaurant of Nogales, Mexico, this award-winning restaurant is a Latin-American fusion concept utilizing some of the best flavors and modern culinary techniques from all over the world.
figgy's thirSty pie
Figgy's Thirsty Pie is a locally-owned casual restaurant specializing in artisan wood-fired pizzas, burgers, salads, craft beers, wines, and more. Enjoy an award-winning pizza pie accompanied by a cold beer or glass of wine inside the cozy, rustic interior or on the patio alongside the warm, glowing fire pit with a spectacular view of the Santa Rita Mountains.
Our Mission is Your Kitchen: A gourmet kitchen shop with a wide array of local and international speciality cookware, gadgets, and a best-in-class cooking school.
art gallery H
Art Gallery H is located in the heart of the southwest and represents established and emerging contemporary artists in all mediums, painting, sculpture, multimedia, photography, and jewelry collections designed and hand-made by artists.
Situated just 40 miles south of Tucson and 20 miles north of the international US-Mexico border at Nogales; escape with ease.
"The desert is natural; when you are out there, you can get in tune with your environment, something you lose when you live in the city."