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.
Doug Levy is a Tucson treasure. Thanks for giving him the spotlight he deserves!
VEG IN A BOX IS THEE SPOT.......Svc is Bomb.....just like the food
Umi Star was Shit! They even failed health inspections numerously as well.
Man, I miss Umi Star.
Only been to the ft lowell branch, excellent!, also, they give the option of dads canned soda varieties instead of just the plain fountain brands.
Well, we will see how long this place lasts. Aside from the legendary Zachary's and that old Cuban place that closed down a few years back, none of the restaurants on that stretch of 6th has lasted more than a year or two. My two guesses as to why - 1) parking around campus is a nightmare and 2) college students have gutter palates.
I was told by the owner that the chicken is breast and not tenders (they are slightly different parts). My understanding is he cuts the breast so it fries faster/more evenly. This was also the case at the old location. You might want to verify/clarify that.
it is just ok. I've been twice. once to Ft. Lowell once to Speedway. Both times the same gal behind the counter was not very friendly. The cook at speedway was very nice however. I don't feel I need to go back. The shrimp/fish combo - shrimp was good, Nice plump shrimp. The fish - I hardly remember it. Small and seemed right out of a box. As I sat to eat I thought Why did I come here again? I could have gone to Little Anthony's for nice big pieces of fish -more meal for the price which, btw, is just about the same. I guess it is ok for a quick stop... maybe I need to try the chicken... but why when I want Fish & Chips.
This is quite a caustic and bitter review. Studded with the frustration "I think" of someone who neither can cook, create nor start a small business from scratch. This is not a New York Times review so I say get over yourself you can write a net negative review without being an ass to your neighbor and community. Someone mentioned Reilly's yes great stuff but there is plenty of room for many restaurants in many niches, locations and categories in metro Tucson and we are all the richer for it. I have eaten the pizza here several times and being from Philly I really know my pizza its good the staff really tries and Dominick's is a popular crowded neighborhood spot. So with all due respect Heather Hoch get over yourself.
Great story! And the food is really good too! This might be the best Barbecue in town and he is just getting started...
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