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Alvernon Way, off East Broadway. The airport wanted the restaurant to open at 6 a. The white tablecloths and formal decor that carried through the first 32 years of the Ali family's Italian restaurant are gone, replaced by bare tables and a wood-burning pizza oven in a corner of the dining room. Browse member profiles for sexy, sophisticated gay singles. I did one in August in Scottsdale.
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This morning for brunch, they opened their concept The Dutch: Right now they're in soft opening stages, and plan to roll out the dinner and happy hour menus later this week. Although you'll see some holdovers from the Wilko menu and familiar faces serving the food too , there's a bunch of interesting dishes from the Netherlands, where Marcus grew up. It's basically two eggs rolled into a thin omelet, and layered with ham, tomatoes and melty Gouda cheese on whole grain bread trucked up from Wildflower Bread Company.
The couple actually met on a Holland America Line, where he ran the cruise ship's kitchen. The couple wanted to keep up the Holland connection here in Tucson, where Nicole is from. Thickly-cut French fries with a sweet sambal peanut sauce, which has ties to Dutch colonialism in Indonesia. The idea, co-owner John Bujak said, is to create an arts-centric space for musicians that will eventually include an adjacent music store and studio offering instrument lessons for everything from guitar to violin and drums.
Speedway, with Judith Bard. Speedway, across the street from House of Bards. The couple plans to move the store across the street into the space adjacent to the bar that once house a motorcycle shop. Bujak said they will connect the two spaces with a glass door. They also plan to add an patio stage in early summer.
Sundays through Thursdays and from 11 a. Live music includes open mic on Mondays and bands playing covers and original music nightly the rest of the week. Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar opened on April 13 after five months of renovations at the 8,square-foot space in the Tucson Mall parking lot, W. The location had been vacant since Brio Tuscan Grille pulled out in spring This Twigs is one of the farthest flung locations of the year-old Spokane, Washington-based, family-owned chain and the company's biggest restaurant.
It's the only location in Arizona. Twigs' menu includes meal-worthy salads including several topped with beef or chicken; steak, seafood and chicken entrees sided with rice, pasta or potatoes; and single-serve pizzas from the go-to pepperoni to a decidedly more adventurous blue chicken made with gorgonzola cheese and the slightly spicy Thai chicken in a savory, creamy peanut sauce. But Twigs' signature is the plus craft martinis on the cocktail menu, from the Downtown Manhattan made from Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon with a dash of bitters and a hint of cherry juice to the go-to Kosmonaut with a cranberry base and the frisky Razitini made with black raspberry liqueur.
Twigs at Tucson is open from 11 a. BlackRock Brewers announced on its Facebook page Sunday that starting this week, its hours will be 4 p. Thursdays and Fridays and noon-8 p. With about 3, square feet of space, BlackRock holds a sizable location at S. BlackRock is working with a 3-barrel system. There will be beers, including a cream ale and an Imperial Irish red, available this weekend.
When fully operational, the brewery will feature six taps, with four flagships, one seasonal and a "foreign exchange" beer from one of the other local breweries in town, Williams said in January.
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With approximately 2, square feet of space inside and a patio area of about a quarter acre, Three Canyon has taken over the property that used to be a landscape center, and originally a U-Tote-M convenience store. Owners Steven and Susan Sheldon were filling a need in that part of town, says general manager Kyle Blessinger.
Three Canyon has 16 beers on tap — five European beers and 11 craft — and different beers in cans and bottles, available for purchase. Three Canyon is open Tuesdays-Sundays. Hours can be found on the Three Canyon Facebook page. For the past couple months, owner Tami Korth and her investor partners have been renovating the restaurant, where 15 tables will seat roughly 60 diners and a dozen or more can sit around the bar.
Call it a restaurant that also will behave like a sports bar and then transform into a cool club at night. Korth hopes to have live music at some point, and dancing at night. The brothers were in their 80s when they sold the business in the summer of to Looks Bar and Grill. The building has been vacant for several years. The business specializes in slow-smoked brisket using pecan wood without propane, charcoal or lighter fluid. They still operate the food truck at the site of the new restaurant while they fix it up for an April opening.
Wilmot Road and owners Marisa and Curt Lewis are in the process of transitioning from their food truck. The couple moved back to Tucson last year, after quitting office jobs to pursue their dream of opening a business. The food truck started rolling in May and quickly built a following. Their speciality is the slow-smoked brisket, which cooks 18 to 20 hours over pecan wood without propane, charcoal or lighter fluid. They also serve up ribs, pulled pork, sausage and tri-tip and plan to add barbecue chicken to the menu once the storefront opens in April on Wilmot near East 22nd Street.
Six months after closing for major renovations, the restaurant at Ryan Airfield in Three Points could be back in business by June under a new operator. It will be the first time that patrons of the airport will be able to grab a bite at the restaurant since last fall, when the airport authority closed it to make much-needed updates and repairs.
The airport wanted the restaurant to open at 6 a. The Happy Rooster Cafe has been a staple at S. Sarnoff Drive off East 22nd Street for 17 years. Flory has owned it four of those years. The restaurant serves hearty country breakfasts anchored by sausage, bacon, chicken-fried streak or Italian and Polish sausage, and stuffed sandwiches bulging with sliced turkey, roast beef, ham or other deli meats and cheeses.
Appetizers include a shrimp toast topped with caviar, beef carpaccio, and a variety of poke bowls with salmon, scallops and other fresh fish.
MiAn seats diners inside and on the patio. Valet parking is available and there is off-street parking along Sixth Avenue, An said. Beginning Thursday, hours are from 11 a. Mondays through Thursdays, 11 a. Fridays, 3 to 11 p. Saturdays and 3 to 10 p. The standalone restaurant near the University of Arizona will close in May, as developers of the two Hub student-housing towers are planning a third one on the site. Debbie Heslop, with Volk Co.
Costas and Judie Georgacas never met the late Tucson restaurateur Pat Connors, but when they walked into his central Tucson restaurant last week, keys in hand and the ink on the property title not quite dry, the couple felt his presence. The sale to the Tucson couple was finalized three weeks after Connors, 48, died on March 5 after a months-long battle with advanced lung cancer. The Georgacases had been negotiating the sale since mid-November, not long after Connors put the year-old restaurant on the market following his cancer diagnosis last fall.
Connors had told family and friends that he wanted to settle his affairs while he was still able. Pastiche was the second restaurant the Georgacases had seriously considered buying. The first was near the University of Arizona, but the deal fell apart. The Pastiche deal felt almost fated from the start, said Judie, who had twice stumbled on the blind listing — it was advertised without the name — before she was able to get the ball rolling.
Judie was familiar with Pastiche. She and her late husband, Charlie, had been regulars over the years. But Costas had only eaten there once or twice, and neither had ever met Pat Connors, who was known to stroll the dining room with an infectious smile, greeting longtime patrons and newcomers like old friends.
But they knew of Connors, had heard the stories of his outsized personality and generous spirit, the way he rallied other Tucson restaurateurs to help one community cause or another. It is a legacy that the Georgacases hope to continue, and add onto. The menu might be tweaked in time, with less popular dishes dropped and others added, but the flavor of Pastiche will remain.
Regular restaurant features, from the live music two nights a week to the Tuesday steak nights, will live on, and the staff, many of whom have been with the restaurant for years, has agreed to stay on. The Georgacases said they believe they were meant to be at Pastiche. They share a deep and tragic bond with Cole and his mother, Julie. Costas moved to Tucson about a year after his wife died with the full intention of retiring.
He owned a trio of Chicago restaurants, but sold out and retired nine years ago so that he could care for his wife. When she died, he decided to leave Chicago for Tucson.
The weather, he said, reminded him of Greece. Judie and her husband had moved to Tucson from California in She worked in real estate. When Charlie was diagnosed with cancer, Judie cared for him for five years before he died. As the Pastiche deal played out, some of the emotions Judie and Costas experienced with their spouses came back to the surface. Costas said he had been contemplating coming out of retirement for months before they found Pastiche.
I think he would be very happy and I think they would be good friends, if not best buds. In 14, square feet, the new Peter Piper Pizza in Marana is more than double the size of its former location. Ina Road in Marana closed on Monday. On Tuesday morning, it opened for business across the street in a 14,square-foot space in the Michaels Plaza, W.
Both are at the intersection of West Ina and North Thornydale roads. All of the furniture and equipment from that restaurant were brought to the new location, she said. The restaurant and eight others in Tucson are owned by the Baxla family, which opened its first Peter Piper Pizza in Tucson in the late s.
In addition to its Tucson locations — including at E. Silverbell Road and S. The Marana Peter Piper Pizza is open from 11 a. Sundays through Thursdays and from The Screamery, the Tucson-born ice cream shop that specializes in natural, handcrafted ice cream starting with pasteurizing its own cream base, is opening its fourth and final Tucson area location, this one in Marana.
Meanwhile, Sarnoski said his small Tucson company will make inroads into the Phoenix market before the end of the year. They are negotiating for a location in Gilbert, the first of at least eight Phoenix area shops. He said they also have had people outside Arizona, including in Florida and Las Vegas, who have expressed interest in franchising. The customer service has to be as good as the product. The Screamery is the latest Tucson company to take on the Phoenix market. In spring , it opened the second shop at E.
Speedway, followed a few months later with the downtown shop at E. Rebecca said they decided to open a second location in response to the lack of craft beer options on the northwest side. We began seriously looking for locations about six months ago. More space and outdoor seating. It will also have several televisions, which are often hard to find in local craft breweries and tasting rooms. That was something that was already being offered. The city has since seen the addition of venues like the Tucson Hop Shop at N.
We have been open for a few years and have a really good team. We can step away for a minute and know it is going to be OK. The restaurant will use white cloth napkins and serve a menu that will include weekend brunch, but you can come as you are. In an age when new restaurants lean more toward burgers than beef bourguignon, a new restaurant coming to the far east side hopes to find a middle ground.
Oser anticipates Jackson, which is taking over two spaces at E. Tanque Verde Road that had been home most recently to dance and martial arts studios, will open March 16 — on the eve of the March Madness NCAA basketball tournaments.
Jackson's dining room will seat and its bar, separate from the dining room and outfitted with seven TV screens, can accommodate The menu will include several pasta dishes, seafood and chops, as well as small plates, entree salads and a half-dozen sandwiches. Brunch will be served Saturdays and Sundays. The grand opening is Saturday at N. They almost did a few years ago when they rented space along historic downtown Willcox. The grand opening is from 11 a. Regular hours beginning Sunday, Feb.
Sand-Reckoner is the latest winery to open a Tucson tasting room. And this weekend, that will literally occur within hours. At the end of business Sunday, Feb. Ten hours later, around noon Monday, Feb. The Kuhlmanns have been painting the interior of Boondocks and making minor fixes since buying the property three weeks ago, April Kuhlmann said. They also are updating the kitchen and plan to begin serving food — breakfast, lunch and dinner — in about a month.
Nancy Kuhlmann became interested in buying the Boondocks not long after it was put up for sale in October, weeks after longtime Boondocks operators Bill and Cathy Warner closed the bar. April Kuhlmann said her mother had always wanted to own her own property and not be beholden to a landlord. The sentiment goes back to her experiences with the Chaparral Lounge, which she ran for nearly 20 years from to at Oracle and Magee roads before Oro Valley annexed the area.
April Kuhlmann said her mother then bought 18 acres in the middle of nowhere — beyond SaddleBrooke and the fork in the road at Oracle Junction, where Arizona heads toward Florence. They bid on a couple locations to no avail, until the Boondocks came up. Kuhlmann said plans for the Boondocks are still a work in progress. Eventually, they would like to host live music much like the Warners did, but that will have to wait until they find their business rhythm in the new place and can afford the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers ASCAP licensing fees.
Kuhlmann said they plan to keep the landmark Chianti bottle sculpture that has graced the Boondocks since it was an Italian restaurant in the mids. Bumsted's , a sandwich shop and bar on North Fourth Avenue where a cold beer is the perfect complement to the house favorite Mickey Likes It turkey and bacon sandwich, will close at the end of business Sunday, ending a year run in one of Tucson's busiest entertainment districts.
Meanwhile, longtime burger maven Lindy's on 4th will take over the space at N. Cronin said the new owners of the building across the street from Lindy's current location recently approached them about leasing the entire 3,square-foot building, which also is home to World Wide Wrappers.
Cronin said the landlord told them Bumsted's had operated for a long time on a month-to-month lease and the owners wanted to get a new business in the building. Bumsted's will be open from 11 a. Friday and Saturday, and from 11 a. Cronin said Lindy's will begin renovations and a buildout of the building after March 1. The restaurant at N. Workers are currently renovating two storefronts on the western side of the year-old building at and E. When it opens in the next few months, Even Stevens will serve gourmet casual sandwiches like capreses, Reubens and Vietnamese fish banh mi, with lots of vegetarian options like savory jackfruit.
According to the website's menu, other Even Stevens locations also have salads, breakfast and Sunday brunch. What better way to heat those cold bones than a cup of the Tom Basil Bisque and a half reuben sandwich?
Warm creamy goodness to warm your belly! Try it with super tender corned beef brisket, melted Swiss, house-made red cabbage kraut and dressing. All on a toasty swirl rye. Take a couple bites and let us know what you think! A photo posted by Even Stevens evenstevenssandwiches on Oct 20, at 9: A sign posted on the door shows that the location is currently applying for a liquor license. Even Stevens also hosts local music acts on the weekends. But the hallmark of this Salt Lake City restaurant is its charity work.
For every sandwich sold, they donate another sandwich to nonprofit organizations in the area. Last week the chain announced it donated its millionth sandwich. Thank you so much for celebrating with us yesterday as we hit our huge milestone. Keep tagging evenstevens and sharing that EatToGive love!
A photo posted by Even Stevens evenstevenssandwiches on Jan 17, at 8: The chain, which originated in Salt Lake City in , is quickly moving into Arizona. Over the last few months it's opened shops in Phoenix, Gilbert and also Tempe. The owners decided against the name "Martin Drink Co. The bar will then be incorporated into the restaurant concept. The space, formerly occupied by Proper, has sat empty since the Flagstaff restaurant closed in June.
Whatever restaurant concept he creates for the space will carry the Martin Drug Co. The Martin family operated nine drugstores in Tucson from the late s through the mids, several of them along Congress Street downtown. Work already is underway to renovate the interior including building a temporary wall to divide the dining room from the old Proper bar that faces Congress Street. The bar opens onto Congress, and an outdoor patio will be extended to wrap around South Fifth. There's a new bar in town that serves Belgian beers and some really incredible bubbly from the great state of New Mexico.
Revel holds its grand opening tonight at E. Todd and Celine Getzelman are from the Central Coast, California, and have stacked the wine list with "classic examples" of every genre. The couple wanted to create an atmosphere that's both comfortable and informative, where people can chat and learn about wine with knowledgeable staff. The bar will eventually serve select cheese and meat boards, varying week by week.
This complimentary grand opening cheese plate had Port Salut, Saint Andre triple creme and a brie, with fig and orange jam. The former gallery space is cozy yet modern, with a commanding mural painted by Tucson artist Rebecca Grad. Hours are 4 to 10 p.
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City that we know today as Tuscon owes its beginnings to Spanish soldiers who in founded the Presidio San Augustin del Tuscon. Presidio is a type of fort used by the Spanish forces who at the time held the region under control. Even before being a village, area alongside the Santa Cruz river that was to become city of Tuscon, was visited by Europeans. That is actually from where the name Tuscon came about. Since the year the city has changed hands many times. It actually flew 4 flags at one point, Spanish, Mexican, Confederate and U.
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