Join us for soul filling food, craft beer, wines & signature cocktails. Live entertainment on weekends.
Tubac Jack’s, one of the oldest restaurants in Tubac, has an eclectic menu of BBQ, Mexican, and worldwide favorites such as steaks, salads, burgers, pulled pork and, of course, our world famous green chili stew. Jack’s has a huge patio to enjoy those beautiful Southern Arizona days and evenings, as well as a full dining room and bar suited for any size party. We have a rotating list of bands playing on our patio every Saturday night. Jack’s offers catering for parties large and small, take out, and a huge selection of craft beer and cocktails.
Mexican, American, Southwestern, Bar, International, Gastropub
Outdoor Seating, Takeout, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Free off-street parking, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Reservations, Live Music
We feature some excellent local bands, with live music and dancing on Saturday nights. Sometimes we even have bands on Fridays and Sundays so be sure and sign up for the newsletter so you always know what’s on tap.
Whether you’re a tried & true local or visiting our beautiful area for the first time, you’re always welcome to join in the fun and enjoy drinks and a meal at Tubac Jack’s!
If you’d like to ask us some questions or make a reservation call us at (520) 398-3161
Luminaria Nights are Tubac’s annual celebration of the Holiday Season! Join us at sunset for luminarias, amazing art, and live music!
Tubac Jack’s will serve a limited menu to get you on your way to see the lights and shop the many fascinating art galleries.
Tubac will hold its annual Luminaria Nights, a village-wide celebration of the holiday spirit, and the stores are open until 9 PM.
Thousands of lights will be on display throughout the historic artist colony, along with merchant-sponsored musical venues, food, drinks, artist receptions and special events. Holiday carolers, carriage and hay rides, and a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Friday round out the two-day celebration.
Luminaria, or farolitos, are traditional Mexican Christmas lanterns made of a candle set in sand inside a paper bag.
The chamber, which sponsors Luminaria Nights, said to dress warmly, wear comfortable shoes for walking and added a flashlight might be useful.