If Craft Cocktails is what you’re looking for, Tucson Trolley Tours has your back.
Scott & Company
47 N Scott Ave
The early beginnings of Scott and Co started as a craft cocktail bar. All the Signature Cocktails must be tried, but I suggest you start off with the Saladito, which is whiskey del back clear, mezcal, honey, fresh lime and cayenne tincture. Stop by either before or after you have a wonderful meal at Scott & Company Restaurant, right next door. Not in the mood for a full meal, then snack on one of the bar appetizers such as the Chef’s Board loaded with cheeses and meats nestled with pickled accoutrements.
Tough Luck Club (Downstairs from Reilly’s)
101 E Pennington St
Located in the basement of Reilly Pizza, this craft cocktail bar began as a mortuary. Hence the name Tough Luck Club. Now you can go there and get killer drinks and cocktails. If you want to sit outside and enjoy a glass, or three of beer, head upstairs to the Beer Garden where you can enjoy 28 rotating tap beers and eight tap wines.
139 S Eastbourne Ave
Sidecar Bar is a cozy little hide out. They have phenomenally craft cocktails. The staff takes their craft very seriously. Each drink is personally crafted, right down to cutting fresh fruit and herbs individually.