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Bistro Chartreuse (Formerly the Landmark

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One of Tucson's most popular family-owned restaurants, the Landmark Cafe has now moved into a larger, more sophisticated setting. The new name, Bistro Chartreuse, indicates Chef Burchard's desire to offer a broader array of modern specialties. Nestled in a romantic ambiance the aroma of rack of lamb, Dover sole, steak Diane, bananas Foster and Caesar salad, all served tableside will heighten your dining pleasure.

The restaurant features gourmet wine. Dinning groups are welcome.

Location: 7117 North Oracle Rd, Tucson Arizona 85704 Telephone 520-575-9277 Fax 520-575-1162

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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