I think it's brave to open Jimmy Hula's there. The "if it isn't local it sucks" line is tired. It's being opened by a Tucson guy anyway and if the food and service is good, what's the problem? And frankly the stoned, crazy, loud, wild, colorful, blissed out scene on Fourth Avenue is wonderful. Plenty of lawyers, doctors, cops, city councilmen and others down there too. Mr. Big Shot, in this case you are mistaken, but we will forgive your foolishness.
Yo Mr big shot (oh yeah by the way nice screen name... not), maybe best not to judge a book by its cover, can't say that I've ever eaten at Jimmy Hulas, but word on the street was Starbucks wanted to rent that location, would you rather have them there or a local investor? According to your home page you don't even live in Tucson so why would you care?
It's beyond me why anyone would bring jive Mexican facsimile food to the town that has the best Mexican fare in the U.S. That photo just screams ranch dressing and salsa that tastes like spaghetti sauce. Oh well, people that frequent 4th Ave. are so stoned, they don't know what they're eating anyway.
I've already suggested the owner name something after Boatner's. I was thinking a signature beer from a local brewery, like "Boatner's Seaside Ale" or a Boatner's taco or something.
Another nail in the coffin.
A writer who uses the meaningless word "things" in the first sentence of his article is a writer who needs additional training in the craft.
Am I the only one troubled by the recent profusion of "craft breweries" in this city? Is beer really such a gourmet item that it is worthy of promotion in the Weekly? Is your readership in need of more beer snobs?
If your paper is going to continue to promote businesses that deal in alcoholic beverages, under the guise of journalism, it would be only right and proper to give equal space to the organizations that treat alcohol addiction. This would ensure that readers would be continually reminded that alcoholic beverages are the most dangerous legal drug in our society, responsible for many traffic deaths, murders, rapes, fights, child abuse and the long-term deleterious effects of parental alcoholism.
Adams back, hooray!
PS Pronto is in there but not as a separate restaurant. Not sure what I was thinking .....
Pronto should've been in there but I ran out of room. Buy the book ans see all that made it.
Pronto's? One of my favorite places, though it didn't seem to survive the owner's grand plans to take it more upscale...
Ray - PO Folks no because it was a chain/. Zachary's most definitely!
I don't have the book yet but I was wondering if PO FOLKS was in there or maybe ZACHERYS PIZZA? Those were too of my long time favorites !
No food made by us. We have a roll up garage door that opens up right to the taproom so I'm going to leave it open and park a food truck right there as often as I can, though.
Is this spot going to have food?
So what are some of his signature flavors and what kind of beers is he best at making (stout, IPA, pilsner)? Maybe if he hones his craft enough, he can make a small business out of this, bringing extra revenue to himself and Tucson and allowing the rest of us to partake in his Dionysian joys.
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Agree, but all dining keeps money and jobs in the Old Pueblo. Great food. Eat out more often.
One of our favorite places. We only dine in locally owned restaurants, to keep more $ in the Old Pueblo.
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