NO WAY SUSHI ON ORACLE IS THE BEST AND CLEANEST.
So, you failed to mention which pizzeria is best, in your opinion? In my opinion, Brooklyn is the best and nearest to any NYC pizza in Tucson. Mario's used to be, but has turned to crap.
So, where is it?
Who the fuck made this post... sad sad sad ......brooklyn's pizza is not the best im sorry get your taste buds checked they use canned sauce and a blended cheese that not even remotely close to MOZZ....
There is music on the stage every night during dinner time at La Cocina.
The sauces at Graze are the bomb. After In N Out I graze.
Ha Long Bay on Tanque Verde Rd across from Udall park.
Burger, fries and a drink for $20 bucks. That sucks!
all wrong...DQ rules
Nucking Futs, you have to be stupid to eat anything from there....shit hole
Correction: best bird dropping and broken glass filled donuts – Le Cave's Bakery
^ Dan knows what's up.
Because this was a vote by the public, not a list chosen by the Tucson Weekly. Also, I am pretty sure all the voting closed before the inspection date of 10/6/15. Also, most of the damage was due to monsoon activity, according to the story. Cheerz.
Why does Le Cave's make the top spot after being shutdown by the county for "Gross Unsanitary Conditions"?
Without using any real butter, how can the cakes really be that good? Doubtful.
Pretty partial to Jason's truck on Wilmot and 22nd.
I've lived in three different cities now since I moved away and haven't had access to as much good bread as close by as I had when I was in Tucson. You're very fortunate.
Sunflower is now Sprouts.
It's so good because they fry it... I'm sitting at the bar eating one and had to ask the bartender why it's so good.... Just because it's veggie doesn't mean it's healthy.
This place has ok food but the baristas working the front are nasty examples of the grungy, self-centered, hygene-challenged youth that infest downtown and 4th Avenue. If snottiness and slow service don't bother you then eat here. I ordered six sandwiches and they acted like it was the biggest order they had ever seen. When other customers came in behind me they told them it would take 50 minutes to get them served. They must've turned away at least six customers this way. It took me over an hour to get my own food. I think they planted, raised, and harvested the wheat out back before they baked it just to make my sandwiches. The owner needs to fire them ASAP before they go broke.
Tucson Weekly |
7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125, Tucson AZ 85741 |
(520) 797-4384 |
Powered by Foundation