Great Places to Eat in Oro Valley and the Northwest Side
Heading north, there are options ranging from Bosnian cuisine to beer pubs.
Once people started heading northwest to get their views of Pusch Ridge, delicious dining options followed quickly. Skip the chains and try one of these establishments - with options including Bosnian meat-fests and gastropubs.
There’s something comforting about the atmosphere at Harvest - which also has a second location at River and Craycroft, if you happen to be further east. It feels like the perfect neighborhood restaurant, a place - and pardon the cliche - where everyone might know your name. Harvest combines a relaxed, charming atmosphere with an attention to detail and a passion for local, fresh ingredients (everything is made from scratch, from the bread to the juices poured in their cocktails) to provide an all-around excellent dining experience.
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