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Terra Cotta Closing Jan. 31

Terra Cotta, which opened in 1986, will serve its last meal on Saturday, Jan. 31, according to co-owner Michael Luria. "The economy has taken its toll on us, and as much as we'd like to, we just can't continue on," Luria said. Located at 3500 E. Sunrise Drive and employing about 60 people, Terra Cotta has received scores of awards during its 22 years--including the prestigious James Beard Award. It will be sorely missed; 577-8100.


So Long, 58 Degrees

58 Degrees and Holding Co. and its bar and bistro at 5340 E. Broadway Blvd. are closing and will only accept dinner reservations through Saturday, Jan. 24, said general manager Nicole Flowers. A going-out-of-business sale--of one of the largest fine-wine collections in town--takes place Monday, Jan. 19, through Saturday, Jan. 24. Imported white wines and champagnes will be marked down 50 percent on Friday, Jan. 16; Australian reds, large-format bottles and dessert wines will be half-price on Saturday, Jan. 17; 747-5858.


More Farewells

Coffee Pointe, at 2721 E. Speedway Blvd., and Happy Iguana, at 3030 S. Sixth Ave., have also closed.


When Culinary Worlds Collide

If you've never eaten churros with chopsticks, the Second Annual Multi-Cultural Mixer may offer your big chance. Sponsored by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Pan Asian Community Alliance, the event brings two cultures together for a night of Chinese and Mexican food, traditional dance and other activities, from 5 to 9 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 22, at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center, 1288 W. River Road. Admission is $15; 620-0005.


Sunflower Farmers Market Opening

A grand-opening celebration for Tucson's third Sunflower Farmers Market, at 4282 N. First Ave., takes place at 6:30 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 21. Complimentary breakfast items will be given out, and the first 200 customers get a reusable shopping bag stuffed with groceries.


Stretching Your Food Dollar

The National Restaurant Association's 2009 What's Hot Chefs' Survey ranks locally grown produce as the top culinary trend for the coming year. Head down to the Santa Cruz Farmers' Market, at the corner of Speedway and Riverview boulevards, from 3 to 6 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 22, for tips on how to enjoy local foods without busting your budget. Call 622-0525, ext. 242, for more info.

More by Adam Borowitz

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