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Best Specialty Bar (Gay Bar)
Coyote Moon Pub

The baying rainbow-colored coyotes on the sign clue you into a friendly hangout no matter what your orientation at the Coyote Moon Pub. The pub gives you plenty of reasons to howl; from poker—play for prizes, not cash—to country dance lessons, drag shows, karaoke and more, a great time is never a question. 520.293.7339.

 

Best Steak
Daisy Mae’s Steakhouse

Daisy Mae’s is not only known for Angus Beef Steaks and baby back ribs that fall off the bone, but also for simply selling great steak at an affordable price that can be enjoyed in a Southwestern setting. After years of excellence, Daisy Mae’s has become a favorite of many MLB players and their families, actors and politicians. 520.792.8888, www.daisymaessteakhouse.com.

 

Best Sunday Brunch
Blues, Brews and Barbeque Brunch at Loews Ventana Canyon

At Blues, Brews and Barbeque Brunch at Loews Ventana Canyon, you can enjoy the best brunch in Tucson while enjoying a view of the Catalina Mountains from either the indoor dining area or outdoor terrace.  The Vista Barista offers gourmet coffee, teas and delectable pastries made fresh by in-house pastry chefs. 520.615.5496, www.loewshotels.com.