Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Daggwood Cafe Has a New Look and New Owners

Posted By on Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 10:35 AM

The new owner of the Daggwood Café at 736 E. Fort Lowell Road says the longtime Tucson restaurant has a new look and menu.

Owner Coral Hendon says she took the reins of the business about five months ago, revamping both the interior and the food served there. Being that it is the Daggwood, the sandwiches are still enormous, but now the emphasis is as much on high-quality ingredients as it is on providing more-than-ample portions.

"Our emphasis is great tasting, high quality sandwiches rather than mere sandwich bulk," wrote Hendon in an e-mail.

There's more on the restaurant here. See the menu right here.

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