Rosa's ain't what it used to be....
Problem with that Sonoran, is that Rosa's knows it.
Having an independent restaurant know they have made it is like dating a hot chick who KNOWS she is hot.
You have scooped the Star on the two new restaurants. That 1800 E. Fort Lowell plaza has had a number of Chinese/Asian places in and out. Some good, obviously others not so.
Rosa's is still the queen of that strip.
new menu at playground says a lot. so much for being just a bar, i guess they must need the sales.
all the new places on congress, and more to come, must be making an impact on them.
good I hate going to Union, something else there will be nice.
where Liv used to be
Which spot at St. Phillips is Bodega occupying?
@John - that's it!
In the old KFC location on Speedway just west of Country Club.
There's another Los Betos coming someplace in Midtown as well.
Lets stop wasting everybodies time and just give the trophy to Ryan. Nobody can come near his talent level!
Bella D'Auria bit the dust and closed their doors after less than a year. A message on their web site blames the economy.
I read your postings weekly. I get so excited when new restaurants are opening in central tucson. ... Bianco is beyond exciting... I still can't believe it ( Im from phoenix grew up on bianco). That being said ... Tucson sure does have a lot of pizza joints. I feel like every time I see a new place opening up, it is pizza! If we are bringing phx to tucson what we really need is green vegetarian.. someone talk to damon!!!!
Jamie's sold her truck and it is moving to Montana
Something about missing 1's... Aussie Cantina is going in at 1118 E. 6th where Rhino Pub/Belushe's/Knock Out's was.
Believe the owners of Sleeping Frog Farms ran the Big Fat Greek restaurant at Camp Lowell and Swan??
Thank you Jake. You are correct, it is 118 E. Congress. My apologies, damn my fat fingers and need for prescription lenses!
Correction: Bruno Panini's address is 118 E. Congress.
I totally get what you meant by "food worthy". It's not that there aren't any great chefs in Tucson, but it's not really considered a culinary hot spot nationally or internationally. The presence of a top-rated chef opening a restaurant there MEANS something and has significance.
I never said that there isn't equally talented Chefs/Restauranteurs already here. What and Who I am referring to is those that work day to day behind the line, making the visions of these chefs come to life. Its validation for us, the middle guys, not the ones with "Chef/Owner" after their name. That we, the day to day soldiers, are as good as places such as NY or LA or even Portland, a place that many like to compare Tucson to on a regular basis. That is what I am referring to when I say, "Food Worthy".
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