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The 10 Best Places to Reserve Meeting Rooms in Tucson

Updated: Aug 21, 2021

Looking for a fun and professional place to meet in Tucson? We compiled this list (in no specific order) from entrepreneurs, facilitators, and expert event planners in Tucson. These spaces could be the perfect place for your off-site retreat, board of directors meeting, or meet up group. Discover your next big idea in these inspiring sites.

The Post is a coworking and event space conveniently located at Ina and Oracle in Oro Valley. The Post meeting rooms can accommodate up to 35 people, fully equipped with A/V, and local coffee. Learn more here.

Did you know Brings used to be a funeral home? This historic space is now a coworking and office space located in downtown Tucson. They have conference rooms that seat up to 40 people, and a large outdoor courtyard, accommodating up to 150 guests! With free coffee, A/V, and dry erase boards, you can book your next meeting today.

Once a Chinese market, and later a tortilla factory, La Suprema Works is now a women-owned (and operated) coworking and event space that boasts lots of charm and natural light. All rooms are equipped with fast internet, polycom phone, A/V with Chromecast or HDMI (and Mac adapters), dry erase boards, and coffee/tea service. Meeting rooms can accommodate up to 12 people, and the outdoor courtyard can host up to 100, depending on COVID-19 locally. Reserve online today!

CATALYST was established by the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance to be an inspiring, innovative place for people to connect and collaborate. The space provides for up to 50 attendees with classroom, seated event, conference or luncheon styles, and other flexible event options. According to CATALYST "the space is ideal for culinary and marketplace style events, conferences and presentations, large private meetings, social gatherings and showcase events." Check it out!

The Community Foundation Campus opened in January 2019 and has been a place for nonprofits to connect and collaborate in Southern Arizona. Their vision is that "the CF Campus is a vibrant hub where all sectors in Southern Arizona come together to help nonprofit organizations learn, collaborate, and thrive." They have a variety of meeting rooms that can be divided into smaller rooms, and a large outdoor space. Get in touch with them today!

Located inside of the renovated Grant Road Lumber Yard, Culinary Dropout is a new restaurant with lots of cool meeting places. You can reserve five different places in the open air restaurant and order food and drinks to cater your meeting. Have some fun after your meeting with a game of ping pong or cornhole nearby. Head here to make a reservation.

Did you know that American Eat Co. is Tucson's first all local food court? Head to South Tucson to check out 7 restaurants, beer & wine bars, a coffee shop and an arcade. This is the perfect spot to meet a colleague or client for lunch or host a happy hour event. They say "food isn’t the only thing we do, this space supports community in all aspects." Get your cafe con leche on here!

With Belgian fries and brewing up their own delicious beers Ten 55 will have you and your team saying "Salud!" Ten55 is a historic downtown brewery offering a spacious, elevated mezzanine space that overlooks their restaurant and Congress Street. They promise to get back to you within 48 hours, so plan ahead for next fun meeting at this cool downtown spot. Let's check it out!

Conveniently located in the heart of downtown, Common Workspace is a coworking space that prides itself on being a "supercollider for great ideas and execution." They have two floors to explore, and Exo coffee on cold-brew. Reach out to their Community Manager, Jeremy, for more information.

Let us know if you have more recommendations for the best spots around Tucson to inspire you and your team at your next meeting or event. Send them to us at!

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