It's at Cortaro Farms and Thornydale, an area I wouldn't approach with a ten-foot fork. The Trump worshippers in this area would rather fill themselves to bursting with dreck than drive into "town" for an authentic pizza at Reilly's.
Best bread I have ever eaten! When I get the loaves home, I keep some fresh, lasting a few days, cut the rest with my banjo saw, and freeze for later use. This suits me fine, and the toasted frozen slices enable me to have the bread available and ready for any use I choose!
Can't wait to try it.
I thought this was my secret place I discovered 30 years ago. Their tongue tacos are incredible. I grab an order of these as an appetizer before going to Mi Nidito for chili verde. Love this spot!
You forgot the early bird breakfast. Also if you get a chance try the lunch counter at the Mexican market next door.
I miss myne too. Have you seen it? Tell me have you seen it?
Rat T - thanks, I missed my y.
Their "ears" look ten at least.
Great reading this article! An excellent lifetime cook now renowned chef with amazing ideas to share with the local community. Makes me very happy, congratulations Erika! Wishing you all the best.
The Coronet sounds wonderful, the kind of restaurant that has been missing in Tucson!!!
you're commenting on a review that is five ears old?
Excellent Mexican food. Chips & Salsa the best.
Waitress very knowledgeable of menu and allergies
Hooray for breakfast toast! And salmon eggs benedict (also from 5 points, but I know that you could only pick one).
OMGitsme, why do you think spices were introduced to food to begin with?
...and my goat is running like hell.....
His breads are the best you can buy. Nothing like another bakery or supermarket bakery. The only issue is purchasing the bread, the lack of a good distribution. He needs to distribute his breads in supermarkets and grocery stores. Check out his website and enjoy his bread, you will be hooked on it.
this restaurant sounds interesting. but I have found some restaurants use herbs or spices to cover the flavor or taste of old food. This restaurant certainly doesn't sound like that kind. I need to try it soon.
no, info on the Monaco couldn't be found.
My mouth is watering after reading that column!
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