TOHONO CHUL GARDEN BISTRO
Join us for breakfast, brunch, and lunch on one of our gorgeous patios! If you’re in need of refreshment, our beverages satisfy any thirst. Each dish is plated to look as lovely as the gardens surrounding the Bistro and the flavors are amazing, truly! The menu changes seasonally, and even daily, based on what local, organic fresh ingredients are available.
Open Monday – Sunday, with last seating at 4:30 p.m.
Closed 4th of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day
For parties of 6 or more, reservations are recommended. Call 520.742.6455 x 501
Grange within Range Dinner Series
3-part Dinner Series featuring local foods sourced
within 100, 75, & 50 miles
beginning Friday, September 28
5-course dinner with wine pairings
5:30 p.m. Cocktail Hour | 6:30 p.m. Dinner
$75 per person
Crop to Kitchen
E&R Pork Cheek Posole | O’Odham Squash Empanada | Tohono Chul Heritage Garden’s Root to Rind Salad | Barrel Cactus Cup Cake
Garden Bistro Menus
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Garden Bistro Private Rentals
The Garden Bistro has several fabulous settings for your next special occasion or group gathering. Weddings, Memorials, Bridal and baby showers, luncheons and business meetings can all be accommodated! Private rooms and patios are available (fees may apply).
The Tohono Chul Garden Bistro is under the management of Patrick and Rose Fahey and Jason and Kendell Hartenbach. They also operate Flight Grill at the Pima Air & Space Museum, the Mobile Bistro Gourmet Food Truck, and Edge Catering.
We love to hear from our guests! Please contact us with any comments, suggestions or questions!
Garden Bistro Management | email@example.com | or (520) 742.6455, ext. 501
John Pratt | Executive Chef | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Fahey | Special Events/Billing | email@example.com
Art du Jour
Dee Cox | January – March 2018 | Garden Bistro
Art du Jour features artwork by local and regional artists displayed throughout the dinning rooms of the Garden Bistro. The work of longtime Tucson artist, Dee Cox is currently featured in the Bistro. Cox uses her clay forms as a foundation for storytelling. Painting intricately with glazes, she creates works bearing lively narratives that celebrate a wide variety of subjects.
Image . Dee Cox . Lemur . glazed ceramic