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Dining in Tombstone, AZ

Tombstone's historic buildings are also homes to some of the town's most popular restaurants. Before you visit Tombstone, print out the dining gift certificate coupon to get the featured discount.

Along the famed Allen Street, the heart of Tombstone's historic downtown, there are several restaurants and saloons that serve traditional Western meals- steaks, burgers, ribs and barbeque.


Tombstone dining coupons

The nationwide dining coupon program, Restaurant.com, offers discounts 60% or more on dining in Tombstone. One restaurant in Tombstone accepts these gift certificates when dining at the Longhorn Restaurant & Steakhouse on historic Allen Street.

A Restaurant.com $10 Gift Certificate is only $5. A $25 Gift Certificate is just $10. A $50 Gift Certificate is only $20. Click here to search Restaurant.com database.

The Longhorn Restaurant & Steakhouse 
501 E. Allen St, Tombstone, AZ 85638

Tombstone's premier and oldest continually run restaurant serving great Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (American, Mexican, Steaks and Ribs). The Longhorn Restaurant is located in what used to be the Bucket of Blood Saloon, the Holiday Water Company, and the Owl Cafe and Hotel. Virgil Earp was shot from the second floor. The Best BBQ smoked pork and beef ribs in the west. Try their famous T-Bone steaks. How about wrapping your lips around "The Too Tough To Die" burger! Delicious South of the Border meals enchiladas, burritos, chimichangas. Top off your meal with a special home baked dessert like our "Death by Chocolate," "Desert Tortoise," or thr "Deep Dish Hot Apple Pie." The Longhorn restaurant is a third generation family owned and operated business.

  • The Landmark Cafe, Inc 
    400 W Fry Blvd, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
    The Landmark Cafe is committed to supporting the efforts to build a new museum and welcome center in Sierra Vista.
  • Maestro's 
    2047 S Hwy 92, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
    Maestro's for live music on the weekends, a great happy hour next door at the Oyster Bar, or for your next dining experience!

Tombstone Restaurants

These are some of the more popular restaurants in Tucson.

Big Nose Kates Saloon, 421 East Allen Street. Historic bar and restaurant. The original building was built in 1881. Live music. freshly made specialty pizzas, Mexican food straight from the hacienda, a foot long all beef hot dog, Black Angus burgers or Goldie's over-stuffed Reuben. Take out. Big Nose Kate may have been the first prostitute in Tombstone, Arizona Territory. She was also Doc Holliday's girlfriend. The Big Nose Kate's Saloon was once the Grand Hotel. Open 10:00 a.m. to midnight.

Crystal Palace Saloon, 436 E. Allen Street. Serving good whiskey, tolerable water and now the best food in Tombstone. Take-Out. The Crustal Palace Saloon began in 1879 as the Golden Eagle Brewery.

O.K. Cafe, 220 E Allen Street. Cafe, Take-Out. Economy breakfast and lunch specials. Breakfast served until 11:00 a.m.

Silver Nugget Ice Cream and Sandwich Shop, 520 E. Allen Street. Sandwiches, Ice Cream, Hot Dogs & Beverages. Full bar in the Opera House.


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