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Honey Baked Ham & Cafe

  • Restaurants & Catering
  • Specialty Foods
7090 N. Oracle Road
Ste 100
Tucson, AZ 85704
(520) 544-2121
(520) 544-5606 (fax)
Hours:
Monday-Friday: 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • About

    For 60 years, Honey Baked Ham & Cafe has served the 1-of-a-kind taste and convenience that create family traditions. You can always trust us for gourmet food products you'll be proud to serve.

    Whether you are celebrating holidays and special occasions or serving everyday meals, HoneyBaked Ham can help. We make it simple to create quick and easy meals. Whether it's our ham, turkey breast, ribs, roasts or traditional sides, like sweet potato soufflé or green bean casserole or delicious desserts, we have plenty to choose from.

    In 1957, when Harry J. Hoenselaar opened the first HoneyBaked Ham store in Detroit, Mich., like most great companies, he did so because he believed in an idea. An idea that produced what is regarded today as the best-tasting ham in the world.

    Using the highest quality bone-in smoked ham, Harry created a special curing and cooking procedure, bringing out a one-of-a-kind taste that can only be described as perfection.

    With its sweet, crunchy glaze enhancing the flavor of the bone-in smoked ham, Harry’s patented spiral-slicing process made HoneyBaked Ham the easy-to-serve centerpiece, becoming an instant staple at holiday dinners, Easter celebrations and meaningful meals shared and savored by family and friends.

    All these years later, the company has stayed within the Hoenselaar family and so has the commitment to make every ham the same way Harry did - one at a time. Along with the unmistakable Honey Baked Ham®, that guarantee of satisfaction has grown to include homemade side dishes, classic roasted turkeys, and save-room-for worthy desserts.

  • Whom to Contact

    • Paul Petersen
      General Manager
      Phone: (520) 544-2121
      Fax: (520) 544-5606
  • Directions

    Located on the southeast corner of N. Oracle Road and W. Ina Road, in the La Toscana Village.