Burger City (47 N. Sixth Ave.), the downtown eatery that supports ArtFare with its profits, will open location no. 2 in the old Intermezzo spot at 5350 E. Broadway Blvd., says manager Roy Schaefer. The new restaurant—slated to open in early September—will have a similar menu, a photo booth, beer and wine, and will be a for-profit venture. Schaefer said the new eatery will have a gourmet pickle bar similar to the one at the original Burger City.
Meet up at Maynards Market and Kitchen (400 N. Toole Ave.) at 5:45 p.m., every Monday, for a 3-mile noncompetitive walk or run, and stick around for dinner and drink specials offered by various downtown eateries exclusively to participants. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Agua Linda Farm's Garlic and Onion festival takes place from 5 to 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20. There'll be heaps of garlic, plus onions galore. Try the Dragoon Market and Café's "Count Dracula" sausages and other garlic-heavy items at the numerous booths, or dance the day away to live music. Bring your own breath mints! Agua Linda Farm is located off Interstate 19 at Exit 42. Call 398-3218 for detailed directions, and visit www.agualindafarm.net for more info.
A new radio show called On the Menu ... Live! airs from 5 to 6 p.m., every Thursday, on KJLL AM 1330. The show is hosted by Matt Russell and features appearances by chefs, sommeliers and other culinary folk. You can stream the program at www.tucsonsjolt.com.
The area's third Marco's Pizza is open at 5650 S. 12th Ave. Marco's makes fresh dough daily and uses many fresh ingredients—plus they deliver. Call 300-4449, or visit www.marcospizza.com for more info.
Coffee's On, at 2502 N. Campbell Ave., has closed.
The Refugee Café at RefugeeFest at El Presidio Park (115 N. Church Ave.; 443-1929) will have baked goods unlike any you've seen from 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday, June 20. If you like barbecue, check out the Juneteenth Festival, from 3 to 11 p.m., Saturday, June 20, at Kennedy Park (3700 S. Mission Road; 225-2670). Both events also feature other ethnic foods and entertainment—and admission is free.