Glad to see they offer slices...my wife is on a gluten-free diet and I get one night a week to eat gluten. Might as well make it pizza!
Delectables has been so many things to me over the years... the place to go for coffee... the first place I had quiche... the place I heard lots of good music... the place I learned about all kinds of cheeses... the place local artists I knew sold their wares... the place I took refuge during Street Fair... the place I met more than one girlfriend... the place I found my wife! With a list like that I can only say that Delectables is still great after 40 years and still putting good stuff out for people to enjoy!!
I'm happy for Serial Grillers that they are receiving some publicity, but I'm sorry for me and the other customers who consider them our secret. Oh, well, they're squared away enough to handle the extra business that is sure to come as word gets around that they are open.
Another reason not to shop at a mall.
Didn't know they offered vegan goods! Thanks!
A friend and I ate there last summer. We wouldn't go back. Poor service, and the food was incredibly salty. We had to pick out the least salty bits to get some sustenance.
Cheers to Ari Shapiro...Falora's pizza is orgasmic.
SonoranWinds: Thanks, but I did not include that comma. It got messed up in editing. I even double checked my original pieces to make sure that I had not been making that mistake.
The food at the Parish is not particularly inspiring.
Again, its not it's.
Joy's desserts are among THE BEST in this 'burg!
All I said was that it was popular. I don't think there is much to refute in regards to El Charro's (and even Sir Veza's) popularity.
There food you eat ONCE!
Ray Flores loves to tell people that they should support locally owned restaurants. So now that he is in PHX an VEGAS I wonder if the good people of those cities should also do the same.
Ray Flores, owner of El Charro, is not very popular with me and a number of my friends. We don't appreciate that he is publicly on record for support of the ecological disaster in our backyard known as the Rosemont mine. A recent article in The Star revealed that as many as 300,00 trees will be decimated by this abomination so by extension, Flores is pro cutting down all those trees. For what? For his 30 shekels of silver he thinks he'll rake in from a few measly jobs.
Perhaps Flores can move to Vegas and support some scheme to fill in Lake Meade for new housing.
I said it was more comfortable, not that it was in Sahuarita.
If full-service means sit-down service, then: Denny's, Pizza Hut, Saigon Flavor, Panda House, Asian Sky, Florentino's (while listed in Green Valley, it's actually in Sahuarita), Twist and Shout 50's Diner, and Two Girls Pizza off the top of my head. Some of those places even serve alcohol (gasp!).
They closed down a restaurant where we could take our whole family out for a very decent price, and opened a place way to expensive for families to afford. We haven't been, and probably never will. We either go down to Green Valley or up to Tucson to eat out.
And Not a Rancho Snob, you are actually incorrect. Manuels is not in Sahuarita, it is in Green Valley. There are no other full service restaurants in Sahuarita. They are all in Green Valley.
The service in Relish and the menu have been revamped, a few things have been added and lunch is now full service. Happy hour has been changed as well. The quality of food is much better and the service has improved since opening. I would suggest to the author of this review to revisit Relish Kitchen and Wine Bar
that being said . the fries need to be up to par.
If you have been to Greece lately, you would know that they put fries in all their pita sandwiches. This is the first place that I have actually seen do this here in the states and I think it is GREAT! All my years here and I would buy fries seperately and put them in. Good job, Greek House! Finally, a Greek spot that keeps up with the times!:)
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