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Kingfisher

2564 E. Grant Rd. (Tucson Blvd.) Send to Phone
Desert dwellers head to Kingfisher when they get a hankering for seafood.


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Open
Lunch Mon.-Fri., Dinner nightly
Open late
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Kingfisher, Tucson, AZ


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Kingfisher Restaurant Review

: Kingfisher’s vibe is slightly retro without being kitschy. The wine list relies on smaller, American vineyards and cocktails are plentiful, but it’s the seafood that brings people in. Chefs/owners Jim Murphy and Jeff Azersky have developed relationships with purveyors near and far so that oysters come from close-by Mexico and Northwestern and Eastern shores. There is always a Hawaiian fish on the menu. Steamers are hard to resist and the lobster roll rivals those found in Maine. Landlubbers can consider the burger and the ribs. Plan to enjoy one of the daily changing desserts.





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