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Dear Chow Editor,
Thanks for highlighting local businesses over the years. My husband and I used to regularly eat out at the places reviewed in your section (if they were positive of course).
There seems to be an unfortunate trend in publishing restaurant stories focused more on human interest, rather than food and drinks, location, service and value.
It would be helpful to include some basic info and opinions to inform your readers and hopefully drive traffic to these local gems.
West of Kino Parkway.
Business hours? Prices? Pros and cons? The shift away from actual restaurant reviews in this section is frustrating.
Roma can be a challenge to find. Why exclude the address?
It seems like they have a great business model. They also appear to have a great model for their business!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for....
just went there the other day and it is great I highly recommend it
Benny's totally rocks. So glad it's in MY neighborhood!
Is "Bahn" Mi the German version?
You have spelled Banh Mi wrong...
We are lucky to have food this delicious mid-town. Good luck, Tumerico!
I really like the way Chow has changed in the last 5 or 6 months from lazy, poorly written restaurant reviews into interesting well written pieces centered around the people and businesses that bring so much to Tucson's food and drink. I think Chow has become the best section in the Weekly. One thing I would suggest is putting the restaurant name, address, and hours at the bottom of the article or in a little box on the side so the reader can have a quick reference.
Love the food...the family makes you feel "at home".
Otb had been there long before a "diffrent clientele" arrived. When Rusty died the new owners ran it into the ground. Horsepayers had nothing to do with the dimise of the old Putneys; thats pure BS.
At one time wasn't there a Chelsea St Pub in Park Mall?
Slight correction: The original Putney was located in Park Mall, and loved by eastsiders.
I look forward to sampling the fare when next on that side of town.
I love it. Great food and wonderful atmosphere.
Greg and Melissa are bringing Mickeys dream restaurant to life. What a great tribute.
The food I'd wonderful. The chicken ceasar salad is to die for. GREAT JOB GUYS.
Thank you. Yes the food was great. It was really nice to see a positive change with Putneys.
Great article, well written and informative! I mostly cling to the old days in Tucson. Back in the late '70's, Putneys, Al Smith's and the bar at Cliff Manor was a hang out of sorts for folks that worked in the restaurant/bar biz on the northwest side of town. Lotta fun, lotta booze, lotta memories. I'll visit the "new" place next time I'm in T-Town. Good luck to them!
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