A Tucson Classic 

The Cup Café has changed over the years, but remains highly recommended

If you've lived in Tucson for any amount of time and have yet to make it to the historic Hotel Congress for a drink, a bite to eat or a show, don't count yourself a true resident until you've done so. Yes,…

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