E Komo Mai!

E Komo Mai!

Of course Tucson is a land locked city, but that does not mean you should be afraid to eat fish here.



A humble suggestion to all who want to open a comfortable yet highly effective, and successful eatery here in Tucson: If you build a patio, they will come.

Creole Comforts

Tiffany Eldridge actually prefers the title of bartender over mixologist. She does not ignite drinks on fire, there isn’t a lot of tossing shakers and bottles and above all she just wants you to take the time and enjoy one of her signature creations or a classic libation.

Fill ’Er Up!

So what is it that constitutes a great sandwich?

No Ordinary Pie

There is a bizarre rolling of the eyes in some when you mention that a new pizzeria is opening.

Old West Flavor

When someone mentions the word steakhouse, eyebrows raise.

Vegan Vibes

Urban Fresh, tucked away in downtown Tucson, is a tasty meat-free mecca with the Padilla family serving as your flavor saviors.


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