Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Given everything going on socially, politically and, especially, racially in this country right now, why does food matter?

 

Sumthin’ Sumthin’: The Carriage House

By and large, it seems the expansive and varied menu executed each weekend by chef Devon Sanner is generally something to look out for.

Seaside Rendezvous: El Berraco

One of the first things, aside from the unique appearance, you'll notice about El Berraco is the service. Arguably some of the best in town, the staff is fast, helpful, friendly and attentive.

Serving Substance

It's certainly not common for a chef-owner to have a hand in both the wine list and cocktail offerings for more than an opinion, but Levy's voracious desire to read menus and learn about anything with flavor has made him a knowledgeable contributor outside of the kitchen as well.

Roll Out: Sushi-Kito

With ingredients like bacon, carne asada, cream cheese, Queso Chihuahua and more, the truck isn't concerned with offering traditional Japanese-style sushi at all.

Brewing Bros: Ermanos

In general, dishes seem to be on the right track flavor-wise, but Ermanos is a bar first.

J Without K: J’s Chicken and Waffles

Those waffles? Sweet, fluffy heavenly discs that captured butter and syrup like they knew it was good for them.

Archives


© 2016 Tucson Weekly | 7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125, Tucson AZ 85741 | (520) 797-4384 | Powered by Foundation