If Don Guerra from Barrio Bread recommends Fiamme Pizza...it's got to be good!
Sounds good, but can they accommodate my gluten-free wife?
It's amazing. I've been a regular customer at the Rillito Farmer's Market.
Oh boy, sure hope the toppings include pineapple, kale and Brussel sprouts, and don't forget bbq chicken! What's this proscutto stuff anyway?
No other steakhouse compares to price or quality
The word would be SAVORY delicious satisfieing
We were visiting a local resort and found this place on Yelp! At first we weren't sure if we wanted to try it but the steady stream of happy faces coming out of it told us we would like it.
My 90 year old mom had a huge banana pecan pancake and added chocolate chips. It was the size of a medium pizza! The friendly waitress told her if she ate the whole thing the waitress would pay for it!
Mom tried but couldn't do it. I had the most amazing Reuben Omelette. The home fries are unique and a must have.
One of the staff was having a birthday and they brought everyone a piece of birthday cake!
Great comfort food, great service and fantastic prices.
A must for UA students and resort visitors alike.
That Other Paper the Weekly loves to diss covered the change: http://tucson.com/business/tucson/jimmy-hula-s-is-out-the-garage-is-in/article_8108bc5a-ce03-11e6-84e3-93dc886d8ad2.html
Hey, good news! I guess the chain restaurant did not open at the 4th & University location afterall. Don't know if it is the same people, but it is now a local restaurant called the garage. Went there last night, good food and something like 12 craft beers on tap. They did a cool job on the design of the building.
Hmmmm... so I'm not sure if this is a good review or a bad review. Either way, we didn't have the same experience. We were a party of 4 and 2 of us are the adventurous types and the other couple was not. My husband ordered a Firy Wok intestines and I had the Pickled Cabbage Fish Soup and they were both phenomenal. The other couple had orange chicken and Udon noodle dish and they were both very happy as well. Our service was good and when the server had trouble with English, she called over someone else who happily translated. The inside of the place is not fancy, but I don't need fancy when the food is really good. I'd give this place 2 thumbs up.
Every time I'm down town I hit Urban Fresh up. The service and food are amazing. Chauncey and his family are kind, cheerful, and welcoming. Best vegan restaurant in town!
Do yourself a favor and go in for their daily special and one of there housemade soups, you won't be disappointed!
Joy for downtown
Urban Fresh is a wonderful restaurant for the healthy food they provide and for the love the owners share. Eating fresh whole plant foods is the wave of the future. They offer food that is life supporting unlike so many other restaurants that are still stuck in the old model of offering food that is heart clogging and cancer promoting. Want to understand why animal food is so toxic and plant food is so healing? Start with Dr. Michael Greger's book, How Not To Die. This book is full of nutrition based scientific data on the power of whole food nutrition. Thankfully this book is now being used in medical schools because it is so well referenced. Need some more help in becoming a whole food plant -based eater? Check out the Happy Vegan Couple page on Facebook or YouTube. My hubbie and I post plant-based cooking videos showing step-by-step instructions. Want more help, check out our Happy Vegan Couple House Party Video on our sites which tells about a class we do to teach people how to be successful plant-based eaters. There is a whole world on-line for folks eating plant-based. Check it out if you want to have optimal health for you and your family. And when you're hungry in Tucson, go enjoy the lovely food at Urban Fresh. We need to keep this restaurant going for a long, long time!
While we appreciate this review of our shop, we want to clarify one point. We emphasize produce in season, which implies a degree of localness, but we do not promise that "everything is local." Some items, like garlic, onions, and lemons, are such go-to ingredients that we cannot make great food without them out of season. In-season we can do special things with them, and promote them as local if they are. We are trying to source locally for our fresh produce for sale, and so far have a good source for citrus. We welcome other local growers who would want to sell us fresh produce at bulk. We are also open to barter - cookies for cauliflower for example. We currently source all our wheat, mushrooms, garbanzos, fresh citrus for sale, and teparys completely from local farms. We frequently shop the farmers market for the cafe, and we grow some stuff - currently herbs and bok choy - ourselves. And if I have learned enough yet from Don Breckenfeld, I will have a nice crop of Shandong garlic this spring. But we also buy produce and other foodstuffs from a dozen or so businesses, always looking for seasonal produce to use in cooking. So, 'struth, we shop more and less regularly at the following places, in my subjective order of frequency and expenditure: Restaurant Depot, Sam's Club, Grant-Stone Market, Sprouts, Safeway, Albertsons, Food City, San Xavier Coop Farm store, Penzey's Spices, Lee Lee market, and Nur Market.
This is Italian American food.
Looking at the menu, first of all, they slaughter the Italian language, then they list things like cheese in the antipasto, carbonara with peas, pasta with chicken, etc. that are 'americanismi'
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