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"Best Beer Selection" should have three categories: draft, bottle and most importantly local.
"Best Local Brew" would also be a good category now that we have so many breweries in town.
There are hundreds of other Tucson murals online. A good place to start finding mural information is at http://TucsonMurals.org .
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Monkey Burger has the best burgers in town & the staff rock. Check it out.
Zippy's INFERNO Bath! http://youtu.be/J7I0AkQDAUE
FATDOGS is the best Sonoran hotdogs come on down and try one @ Tucson mall food court
Great waste of money is what it is especially "Flying Books". Oh and what the hell does David Black's Sonora have to do with Sonora in the first place?! Chicano mural art and statues have much more meaning and craftsmanship than the crap these gringos produced. Take it down and stop wasting taxpayer money you idiots!
The best Menudo is Los Jarritos
Sunsets are so beautiful that they almost seem as if we were looking through the gates of Heaven.
Apparently no tried Dry River Pizza Company......by far the best pizza in Tucson. Brooklyn is just okay. Empire, Magpies, and Sauce all have better Pizza than Brooklyn. Brooklyn only won because it is cheap.
After eating a sonoran dog at Papa Locos I can not eat one at EC. PL uses all beef dogs that are bigger so the you actually get meat with the first and last bites and the buns are to die for. EC uses those cheap little 3 meat scrap dogs. This review says in all.
I agree, nothing special. I had eggs benedict, which should taste really simple, creamy, and yummy -- and it wasn't a memorable version of those things. The side dishes were also pass-able, nothing with any great redeeming quality. The setting was cute. I don't mean to be a nay-sayer, but the ambience, although cute & quaint, was not open, or spacious, so I wouldn't feel to sit there for hours + when I went they were busy, so they didn't want us to sit for hours, they wanted to get rid of us so other people could spend money.
Keva Juice is now Fruit Shack and is independantly owned, not a franchise. I know that they use real fruit in their smoothies and in my opinion have the best quality product in Tucson. They aslo have natural wheat grass shots for less than $2.
$20 all you can eat - outstanding! So happy I stumbled upon this one.
I have to agree.. Sushi Garden is the best... always fresh, great friendly staff, very clean, I haven't ever had a bad experience there, the space is a bit cramped but that is minor compared to the rest of the great experience. If you don't like the crowds go on an off night but not Monday...they're closed.
Sorry but Sushi on Oracle is the best sushi hands down.
I'd like to nominate a category for the times and for the current local economy:
Best Places to recycle, pawn, sell or exchange goods and services.
Xenophobia (or never go south of 22nd St fear) has obviously influenced this category, when only Mi Nidito has made the list from the MANY excellent Mexican food restaurants on South Fourth Avenue. Guillermos, Rigos, Michas and Crossroads are all "Old Pueblo" Mexican restaurants. El Torero, off S. 4th on 26th is another. As is the little take-out on S. 12th, Los Jarritos. I don't question the quality of Poca Cosa, but it is more a niche restaurant than a people's Mexican restaurant. El Charro, not the El Charro restaurant that I knew on Broadway many years ago, is tainted as a McMahon's chain. In the future, folks, let's get out and give some of these old favorites a try and vote them the recognition they deserve!
The Drawing Studio (TDS) is the best place to learn what you really need to pursue your own personal art interests. Fred Sanchez
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