4625 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ, 85711
(520) 323-7193

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Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Thursday 11:30am-1:30am, Friday—Saturday 10am-2am, Sunday 10am-12am
Type of Bar: Tiki bar
What to Drink: Scorpion Bowl
Why You Should Go: Classic 1960s Tiki bar in themiddle of the desert, great classic drinks, original handcarved Tikis.

Kon Tiki in Tucson is one of the oldes tiki bars left in the US.

It was one of a number that opened in the early 1960's and stays true to its tiki roots, serving traditional tropical drinks like the scorpion bowl and others.

311 E. Congress St.
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 622-8848

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Food: Yes
Live Music: Yes
Hours: Monday—Sunday, 11am-2am
Type of Bar: Pub
What to Drink: Martini or Bloody Mary
Why You Should Go: John Dillinger captured here, the jukebox, original Pete Martinez artwork.

The Tap Room at the Hotel Congress in Tucson was opened in 1919 and has been serving patrons of the hotel ever since (with a brief stop during prohibition, no doubt).

538 E. 9th St.
Tucson, AZ, 85705
(520) 623-6811

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Food: Yes
Live Music: 
Monday—Saturday 6am-2am, Sunday 11am-2am
Type of Bar: 
What to Drink: 
Maker’s Mark or Stoli on ice, Coors Banquet Beer
Why You Should Go: 
Oldest post-Prohibition dive in Tucson, friendly hospitality, drink specials.

The Buffet is one of the oldest bars in Tucson, Arizona. it was built to serve the workers of the nearby railroad depot in the Iron Horse district of Tucson.

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