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Club Congress has music almost every night of the week if their bathroom advertisement is be believed and generally very good music in a variety of genres. With the Rialto across the street (and 191 Toole, Rialto's baby venue), this is where live music happens...More
My wife has a residency/work card and a foreign drivers license. Everywhere downtown excepts either/both of these IDs, but Hotel Congress doesn’t. Until hey abandon these racist policies, we won’t be going back (despite loving the drinks and music), and if you care about individual...More
We came for lunch and sat on the patio. Good service and great food. Well almost great food. There is a lot of history in the hotel and you can read about Dillinger and how he was involved in the hotel. Looks like a great...More
I have been going to Hotel Congress every week for several months for my weekly Meet Me at Maynard's event, and also at night with friends for food and drinks.
This place remains one of the 2 hotels downtown Tucson, both historic. Pretty soon a...More
This place has some of the best small name bands in Tucson with nation wide acts. Whether the show is indoors our out crowds are young and often dancing, mostly outside. The indoor music room is small but intimate. Hot in summer expect to sweat...More
Sat outside in the courtyard which was a nice setting in the evening air. This is a famous place for its Location and history.
The steaks were expensive but disappointed as they were char grilled to an inch of their lives on the outside. We...More
If your into Ginger & Moscow Mules this is THE place for you. Our group of eight loved them and couldn't stop talking about the fresh Ginger in the drink. Interesting building with historical ties. Apparently Dillenger was captured here.