I was a regular at Grill for years during college, and now that I've moved away to go to med school in Chicago, it's one of things I miss the most. Grill has an attitude about it, most apparent on the back of the menu, that I find fun and charming. The wait-staff work their asses off to ensure that you get great service with character (I'll let you interpret that when you go), and the piles of high-quality, delicious food for cheap will leave you satisfied. This of course is not to mention the ambiance of the place (it looks like it was transported straight out of the fifties, which I'm sure, much of it was!), and the live music in the Red room. I moved just after the smoking ban started in Tucson, and although it's not quite the same without it, Grill is still fantastic. They also make a pretty stiff drink if that's what you need! Highly recommended. If you're ever in Tucson, check out the bars on 4th ave., and then mosey on over to the grill around 12...you won't be disappointed .
Pros: Ambience, service, value, and downright character make this place great
Cons: Can get really, really crowded with drunk people around 2:30 am