The dining room at the Arizona Inn, one of the state’s first resorts, is consistently excellent. Pink-stucco pueblo-style buildings surround the courtyard and the bar patio, romantic dining spots that overlooking colorful manicured gardens. The menu changes regularly, but includes plenty of classic dishes such as vichyssoise, bouillabaisse, and boeuf bourguignon, plus a handful of Southwestern-inspired offerings. Presentation is artistic, and fresh ingredients are emphasized. The homemade ice creams are fabulous. Lighter fare is served at the next-door bar, which is one of Tucson’s best-loved watering holes.