At your suggestion, I went to see more about Mexico City Kitchen on facebook. 6 likes and no posts. Seems unlikely I'll find out where they are from facebook.
Yippie! about On The Menu!
Not surprised to hear about Elle; last time I ate there was in 2008; the food was great but the service was terrible and had been the time before that, too. It's a shame but there are so many great restaurants in Tucson and not one of them can afford inept service; diners will just go elsewhere! Sorry, Jeff.
True cheesesteak fans will continue to go to Frankie's. Often imitated, but rarely duplicated, Frankie's does it right!
Wise-Guy - maybe you should spend your restaurant dollars in California or some other lefty-NIMBY wonderland. But, thanks for the info. Mexican food and a local microbrew will surely hit the spot for dinner tonight!
Don't be a burrowing owl wise-guy,even enviormentalists enjoy a good local beer,its excellent......
El Charro/ Sir Veza (along with McMahon and An restaurants) are in support of Rosemont mine. Those of us who believe that mine would be an ecological disaster would do well to spend our dining dollars elsewhere. Needless to say, I will NOT be trying their signature beer.
Lindy's place has a nightclub in back that packs it out. Should be just fine. The question is who likes mediocre Mexican taco's in a town FULL of good places to eat.
How is Sir Veza's Taco Garage on Wetmore going to affect Lindy's at Red Line? The proximity for two like themed restaurants seems a little too close. Funny how they're both in remodeled Marie Callendar's buildings.
Coling: No. Train Wreck Saloon is in the north end of the Maloney's Building: http://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archi…
213 N 4th? Did Maloney's close?
Please be advised that the Smart Choices for Healthy Dining Tasting event that was scheduled for Sunday, January 22nd and is mentioned above, has been cancelled!
Koi Sushi Bar opened earlier this week. I did not see what time they opened but I believe they are open until 10pm each night. The food was pretty good.
The Buddhist Temple dinner sounds delicious.
Dining in a peaceful, loving environment too.
The Cajun food at The Parish on Oracle would be excellent if they cut the hot pepper by about 70%. Diners can always add more pepper if they want, but diners can't remove pepper!
The majority of diners don't want to have enamel burned off their teeth and their tongues stripped of skin by hot pepper.
The only bad dish I tasted there, except for the excessive pepper in almost every dish, was the hush puppies.
Hush puppies are supposed to be lighter, not hard, burned little rocks of death.
The gumbo is very good, but way too much pepper.
The Parish is a down home cozy little place in a neighborhood that needs a casual hangout and I hope it is a great success. Prices are reasonable too.
The construction menu is still in effect, the kitchen is not fully equipped yet, but from here The Parish can only get better and better, if they cut the pepper.
Live crawfish season is coming up in a couple of months, and The Parish staff says they will be flying in live crawfish from Louisiana instead of the frozen Asian crawfish they serve now, and crawfish season is a big event that coincides with Mardi Gras. Big doings ahead. Don't miss this celebration.
More Sushi in Tucson......Yea! BTW the new brewery in DT will be Thunder Canyon.
I took my visiting Polish Mom to Polish Cottage last week. Good renditions of Polish favorites, decent portions at reasonable prices and yes, good beer selection. Two Polish thumbs up.
The people not aware of the scourge that is breast cancer are the numerous women - and some men - diagnosed when the cancer has already metastasized. Early detection saves lives, and awareness promotes early detection.
It would be great if 100 percent went to research, but if only 20 percent goes that way that's still much better than none. It only takes one family member or friend to fall ill with cancer to really send this message home. Pinkwash me any day if it means somebody can have a loved one around a little longer.
You have a point, Downtowner, but Komen does spend a significant amount of cash on education and health screenings as well. Around 20% of their total budget is allocated to administration and fundraising.
"...to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a foundation dedicated to breast-cancer awareness and research.."
You all have just fallen victim to Komen pinkwashing - Komen allocates just 19 percent of its very hefty take to research.
And who, pray tell, is NOT aware of the scourge that is breast caner?
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