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The Gold Room at Westward Look Resort

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The Gold Room at Westward Look Resort is a "casually elegant" dining room renowned for 20 years as one of Tucson's finest restaurants overlooking the city. The resort's restaurant has also been awarded the Mobil Travel Guides 4-Star rating, AAA 4-Diamond award, and the Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator Magazine. Specialties include Sonoran Caesar salad, rattlesnake fritters and mesquite-grilled buffalo. The restaurant features many other New-American entree options and daily specials.

Location: 245 East Ina Rd, Tucson Arizona 85704 Telephone 520-297-1151 Fax 520-297-9023

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Tucson) Arizona Inn Restaurant
(Tucson) Baja Jr.
(Tucson) Barrio
(Tucson) Bistro Chartreuse (Formerly the Landmark
(Tucson) Bobby Dean's Hickory Bar-B-Q
(Tucson) Cafe Poca Cosa

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