When you fork over more than $300 for dinner for two, the service and food should be perfect

Five Palms Steak and Seafood is in the building that formerly housed Café Terra Cotta in the Catalina foothills. The owners are trying out a concept restaurant new to Tucson. It features a fine-dining room; an upscale bar/lounge area; a more casual…

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