Tucson/ Retail & Industry
AI Assisted Icon
Published on June 04, 2019
Your guide to the 3 most popular spots in Tucson's Amphi neighborhoodPhoto: Clicks Billiards/Yelp

Spending time in Amphi? Get to know this Tucson neighborhood by browsing its most popular local businesses, from a Japanese restaurant to a billiards club.

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top places to visit in Amphi, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of neighborhood businesses. Read on for the results.

1. Samurai

Photo: angela w./Yelp

Topping the list is sushi bar and Japanese spot Samurai. Located at 3912 N. Oracle Road, Suite 100, it's the highest rated business in the neighborhood, boasting 4.5 stars out of 159 reviews on Yelp.

Start off with sushi, like the popular California roll with crab, cucumber and avocado; the Las Vegas roll with deep-fried salmon, crab, eel and cream cheese; or the Super Hiro roll with shrimp, spicy tuna, avocado and cucumber.

Noodle dishes are also available, as are donburi (rice-based bowl entrees), bento boxes and combo platters.

2. Clicks Billiards

Photo: clicks billiards/Yelp

Pool hall, sports bar and traditional American spot Clicks Billiards is another top choice. Yelpers give the business, located at 3325 N. First Ave., four stars out of 33 reviews.

Grab your team, coworkers or family members for a memorable night at this alternative lounge. Stop by and sit at the bar for the big game, dine in and order a pizza and beer for two, or reserve a billiards table, dart board or card table for an evening of games. 

3. BeadHoliday

photo: beadholiday/yelp

Check out BeadHoliday, which has earned four stars out of 25 reviews on Yelp. You can find the spot to score jewelry and art supplies at 355 E. Fort Lowell Road.

Stop by for a bead class and learn how to take advantage of and create with BeadHoliday's large selection of beads. 

According to the business' website, BeadHoliday carries "Betsy Beader products for stringing, Swarovski crystal, semi-precious stones, Japanese seed beads, Czech glass, copper beads and findings, pewter beads, Vintage glass beads, shell beads, pearls, sleeping beauty turquoise, polymer beads, flowers, magnetic clasps" and more. 

This story was created automatically using local business data, then reviewed and augmented by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.