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!
I worked there back in the 70's as a busboy. Loved the food especially the gigantic Cheese Crisp.
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