Go here when you feel like an intimate dinner with friends or family. The Tuckshop is in a neighborhood rather than downtown or in a mall; which gives the restaurant a nice feel. The Tuckshop is in the modernist Phoenix style. Also consider Lisa G's, Switch or My Florist.
Experience The Tuckshop has a large waiting area set aside at the front of the restaurant which is like a front parlor. You are constantly attended to by friendly staff with drinks and appetizers. The restaurant area has a large bar, as well as a communal table and numerous smaller tables. The inside is well done with a strong minimalist streak in the Phoenix contemporary style. The setting is very relaxing, comfortable, dark and laidback. The crowd that frequents the Tuckshop is more artsy than hipsterish. Some Phoenix restaurants can suffer from having the beautiful people going there to be seen. The artsy crowd at the Tuckshop is more laidback. Patio The Tuckshop does not have a patio. Parking There is some parking on the east side of the Tuckshop. Across the road from the restaurant is an overflow parking lot. There is no valet service, as parking is not an issue in the area. Website Tuckshop Map On Oak St not far east of 7th Street in a mostly residential neighborhood.