As Covid-19 reached Tucson, local chefs were forced to close their kitchens. Servers and suppliers followed. Small food businesses began tanking. Fighting back with heart, they teamed up to create a video message. During which, award-winning chefs earnestly asked Tucsonans to order take out once a week, and help these food businesses survive. Tucson foodies are already echoing the motto: "It doesn't matter where you spend it, as long as you spend it locally.” [-Chef Travis Pe
Fabulous seafood but wack-a-doo service. Let me explain...
My dining possé consisted of me, my husband, my baby, and his great grandmother. A reservation was made online days ahead. When we arrived ten minutes late, we were "greeted" with heavy sighs and a scowl by the man at the host booth. It was Mother's Day. It was AWESOME. Then we sat for ten minutes without so much as water. Our first waitress walked by, looked at us sort of scared. I swear we weren't snarling. Thank g
#1 Civano Coffee House-
Mini chairs and a fountain are the quaint beginnings to a secret garden. For the accident-prone toddlers, the garden slash patio is covered in turf. Hallelujiah! Older siblings can bond over free board games. Classic red velvet cupcakes rotate with other in-house-baked treats like glazed danishes, and glistening berry muffins. Civano's coffee oasis takes a page from the utopian housing community. Tree-lined streets and brick walkways set a European st
Sipping cocktails by the pool may be a fantasy to some. Lapping up a gelato-doughtnut sandwich is mine. That fantasy came true when SweetScape Desserts opened its doors. Sprinkles and sweet cream SCREAM FUN! Breeze over the Bingo Hall, and wafts of just-baked doughnuts will hit your nose, and the nostalgic cases of ice cream will woe your heart.
Casino Del Sol is markedly, a foodie hotspot. PY Steakhouse sets the standard for innovative and luxe dining experiences in Tucso
Shame shame you know my name. And my name is CHOCOLATE! Like a siren to a seaman, I was lured into Monsoon by chocolate gem bonbons. The creamy complexity of these chocolates made me exclaim things. Basically foodie expletives for “insanely good!” Is this what chocolate is supposed to taste like? Forever more, my palate and standards are spoiled. Monsoon Chocolate’s bonbons are the very best things I have ever put into my mouth!
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