You have to end your 4th ave night at Che's always the best place to grab the last drinks of the night
Great sports bar and the crowd is all ages and has a great veiw you can relax and not worry about fights and even worse I have notice in other parts of the city it seems dirty with lots of mad people this place is a good time for people that like to have a drink in peace and watch a game, now if your the type of person who needs alot of drama in your night life then maybe you could stay on your side of town and go to your local dirty south tucson bar
I thought it was a fun place. Nice TVs to watch sports and fun bands - especially on Fridays. My dinner was excellent too.
miss the v.yes even hienz.lol great neighborhood bar.but i really miss vicky and linda.especially lindas karaoke singing.this is rusty.lol say hi to coach if anyone ever reads this.
I was excited to try The Loop Taste of Chicago when I discovered it. Wow! It met every expectation. The atmosphere is fun with lots of Chicago sports memorabilia, the menu is surprisingly versatile with something for any palate. And the food... let's start by saying this was the best pizza I have had west of Chicagoland!! Not only the pizza, but I have enjoyed everything I have tried. Whether I want to watch a game in the bar with friends, or have dinner with family, this is my favorite local spot. It is easy to find - just north on Oracle as you come into Oro Valley sharing the parking lot with the Holiday Inn Express. I highly recommend this place for everybody and every occasion!!!
This gallery in the heart of Tubac displays the finest oil paintings and sculpture, along with fabulous jewelry, all created by local artists. I was amazed at the quality of the pieces. It is a must for me to stop in each time I visit Tubac.
Great place to dance!!
I watched their performance of "Rabbit Hole" last night. It is probably the best play I have ever seen, and their production of it was fabulous. The acting was superb with the intensity the story needed. It is a very moving play and it will get you thinking and talking. Go see it.
The facility itself is great. It is small and one has a good view of the stage from everywhere. I was way off to the side in the next to last row, and never felt like I was missing anything.
Yeah, This Band sounds Good .I've been thier ,Yeah that guy does sound like a personal vendetta. The singer is amazing and very profesional not to mention Beautiful
This is a great place to have a paradise experience. They service unique drinks and Polynesian food. This is the famous place that has the Scorpion drink servered in a fish bowl. You have to go on your 21st birthday don't miss out on your experience of the Scorpion.
kick ass rockin show with Aaron! Pro P.A. System (J.B.L. speakers, Shure sm58 mics) really makes the difference!
I think this band rocks! They play the best 80s music and it's fun and entertaining...
Best Open Mic Jam Session in town
The Center For Creative Chaos "CCC" While relatively new to Tucson was founded by a woman who has spent a life time in the service of those in need...Please support those in need in Tucson by supporting her efforts at The CCC.
Some of the art donated to the CCC for fund raising was painted by International Border Artist Sarah Smith, who lives in Mexico. She is an artist who lives to paint and paints to live. After spending time in Tucson in 2007, Smith willingly lent her art to the efforts of the CCC, myspace/sarahsmithart, email@example.com.
Support those who support those in need-Support Art!
Great atmosphere for live music! Nice big patio out front too, my favorite place to hang out on 4th Ave. Can't wait for the giant tiki head to go up.
Gallery 801 is a fun gallery to visit and the work that Steven Derks is doing is really impressive. I was there for a TRAC (Tucson Revivalist Artist Collective) show and was impressed by the quality of the work and the artists Derks represents. I too enjoy Carolyn Anderson's sentimental dog paintings- she is becoming like Tucson's "Blue Dog" (NOLA) or maybe even our version of "Ron Burns". Gallery 801 is really an asset to the Tucson Arts scene and one of the Old Pueblo's undiscovered gems.
It's a great place, but a couple of comments and one secret tip:
1. Bring your own water. They sell water there for too much and the public water fountain is tap water warmed over.
2. Go EARLY. It's the desert. It gets hot. Summer hours begin at 7:30 a.m. Take them up on that.
Don't go over your credit card limit buying sunscreen from the gift shop if you forgot yours. There is a free sunscreen pump in the restroom (at least in the ladies')!
Otherwise, follow the people in the little vehicles with food. You can get a great look (photo op!) at some of the animals (javelina love carrots) when the docents are feeding them!
A nice family friendly place to grab a drink or lunch/dinner. The food and service is good, portions on the generous side, kids menu available. Happy hour specials 4-6, nightly specials, don't miss rib night. I've been eating there since they opened in 05 with not one thing to complain about, if that tells you anything. The regulars are a friendly entertaining bunch. Patio area with food service/smoking permitted.
Caroline Anderson's large soulful dog paintings are great too. She's like Tucson's own "Blue Dog". You can see her stuff online at www.muttbutt.com .
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