Tucson’s Conscious
Convenience Store

We want our market to demonstrate the evolution and diversity of Tucson. We are unapologetically people-driven. And we are committed to hyper-local, and sustainably-sourced ingredients from the community.

Jasper Ludwig & Brian Haskins – Co-Owners

7 Days A Week: 8AM TIL 2PM
Bakery, Restaurant & Market
Breakfast ALL-DAY, Lunch starts at 11AM

Sunday Farmer’s Market: 8AM TIL 11AM
Local Purveyors keep 100% of profits

Meet our local purveyors and get to know what’s on your plate and in the market

The Press

In the center of the up-and-coming 5 Points neighborhood is this unassuming café that’s turning out some of the most remarkably fresh lunch and breakfast plates in Tucson; a community oriented café that supports local agriculture. To that end, 5 Points also hosts a Sunday farmers’ market. Come for breakfast, stay for your grocery shopping. What’s not to love?

Truth, Love & Clean Cutleryby Giles Coren (Author), Alice Waters (Illustrator)

I recall, too, the pleasures of ordering a heaping platter of huevos rancheros at my favorite hipster brunch spot, the Five Points Market, situated on an intersection whose other notable landmarks include a florist selling $1 roses and a used-car dealership with the motto “Ugly but Honest.”

The New York Timesby Guy Trebay

A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth. Even the all-powerful Pointing has no control.

Corey SmithFoodReviewz



Not Your Average Day At The Market


We’re currently looking for a few talented bakers – If you’re a passionate worker and think you have what it takes, send your resume to jobs@5pointstucson.com


Bakery, Market, Restaurant, & Farmer’s Market

756 S Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701