I really like this place. If it were closer I'd probably go a little more often. Tourists should not miss this stop. Not sure why it's called the desert museum. I mean one aspect of the place is museum like. However, it's really a small zoo more than anything else. I'd give them 5 stars if the food was a little better and less expensive.
Decent sea food but most meals are somewhat overpriced. Also, the drinks are "stupid" expensive here. The exterior is dumpy though the inside is just fine. Want better seafood and ambiance for about the same price? Make the trip to the Skyline area.
Alex your old friends Danny D & Jacqui here glad to see that you won this contest. So happy for you I always knew you was a great singer.
Nice staff, pleasant atmosphere, and surprising edible bar food. Worth coming back to. Thanks!
Haven't been inside but based on a perpetually near empty parking lot, every time I have ever driven by, I'd say something must be missing.
Decided to try their ALL YOU CAN EAT battered cod. Verdict? Terrible. The fish was rank and the coleslaw actually smelled sour. I always knew the place was a dive but I thought I'd try the fish since I love GOOD battered fish. Oh well.
Super basic menu but the food is rather good. A lot of people I know complain that Abner's is too expensive. Compared to a dive like say El Coral for example maybe it is. On the other hand the food is MUCH better here. That's my take.
Not even worth reviewing! I was also there on Valentine weekend and ended up going to eat at another business after. Show was tacky however I will say I enjoyed Trixy. The food was less than inedible, they offered two drinks you can't get more of anything even if you ask. They serve frozen cheesecake factory cheesecake (the only okay part of the night). FOR SURE NOT WORTH THE MONEY OR THE TIME!!!!
Sanders Galleries is home to Ka've Bowls. If you've not seen these bowls, they are unique wood turnings created by local artist Dave Dosh. The bowls are exquisite works of art, created from natural and dyed woods which are often inspired by Dave's travels around the world.
I don't mean to be rude but we saw Shell Shock and found them to be rather boring. We left after the first set. It was a long drive for us to be let down. By the way, we love classic rock when it's done well. Sorry.
Fun place, even for older folks like us.
always have fun there and drinks are cheap. some of the best punk & hardcore shows ive seen have been at vaudeville.
when are the next try outs
Horrendous! I walked in, was not greeted nor seated for 5 minutes until I sat myself. The only waitress in there had acknowledged me, yet done nothing but sit down and eat her lunch. After I stared her down for 4 whole minutes she brought me a menu, still neglecting to say a word to me, as she walked back to her lunch to resume eating. Quickly I decided what I wanted, a full ten minutes went by before I walked out. Good thing that disgusting, lazy, rudy waitress didnt bring me a water; or she might have had to get up and take it back once I walked out. I will never step foot in there again, and advise others to save their time and money. I'm a waitress, that is unacceptable, she should be fired.
My girlfriend and I were just passing through Tuscon from Connecticut a few years back and happened to be lucky enough to see this place. What a little gem embedded in the big city! I don't think I enjoyed a movie as much as I did while we were there. I was just surfing the net recently and found out that it had closed down. What a tragedy. Hopefully people find the time to resurrect it because it was such a great movie experience. Nothing like watching a movie outdoors on a warm summer evening.
The Place is great, sometimes a band called The Collectors show up and man, they really rock the place and make it a really fun time! I hope to see them there more often!
The new exhibition with Mary Theresa Dietz is wonderful. Mary Theresa Dietz paints mostly with oil sticks, but she also creates encaustic painting, sculpture, printmaking, and drawing. Her subjects are mainly animals. Sometimes she likes to combine different types of animals and animals with humans. Her influences include folk art, pre-Columbian, ancient Egyptian, and ancient European art, German expressionism, the Fauves, animals and the natural world, and her subconscious.
Please stop by Thursday, Friday or Saturday 11 AM - 7 PM
Too loud, very average food. Nice selection of beers though.
You should book Keeping The Peace. They rock!
I am so sorry that I missed Pacific Breeze when they performed at Casino del Sol. I would like to know their upcoming schedule. I live out of town and will be in Tucson Christmas weekend.
Thank you so much.
Judi Armstrong, email@example.com, Vancouver WA
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