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A Social Zin-ger
Bistro Zin is the coolest place to be this summer.
P.F. Chang's blends the trends of Asian cuisine and the bistro scene.
Joe Scordato Scores Again
Trattoria Giuseppe keeps the family tradition alive.
A Silver Platter
Dish it out; we'll take it.
Sushi Saga tosses a Mexican flavor into the sushi scene.
Soleil isn't shining these days.
Come And Get It
Wild West fare at Tucson McGraw's.
The Red Sky Café takes Western nouvelle cuisine onward and upward.
Summertime--and the dining is easy.
Playing with fire at the eastside's La Fonda.
Going The Distance
The gods have been smiling on Marathon Gyros for over 20 years.
Old Pueblo Panache
Bob McMahon's new Old Pueblo Grille is a Southwestern thrill.
The Art Of Eating
The TMA's new neighbor is the masterful Café à la C'Art.
La Cosa Brava
Café Poca Cosa brings the vibrant flavors of Central Mexico to downtown.
In Lieu Of The Bayou
The French Quarter brings the spirit and flavor of New Orleans to midtown.
Baby Beluga reels 'em in with unerringly fresh seafood and reasonable prices.
Local chefs give the dish on desert foods at Native Seeds/SEARCH's Flavors of the Desert.
Café El Mondo offers lattes, curries and gyros, all under one roof.
Who would've guessed The Ventana Room at Loew's Ventana Canyon is a four-star restaurant?
Cause For Celebration
Primavera Foundation raises funds with a local cookbook.
A look at Nimbus Brewing's taproom.
The top 10 restaurants for a romantic rendez-vous.
The Whole Enchilada
If you're ready to blow this taco-stand town, consider cooling your heels at La Pianola.
Success In Excess
Casanova is a feast for the senses.
Delectables celebrates the glory of whole foods that have been prepared simply but elegantly.
What can one say? Janos Wilder has done it again.
With its rustic side-of-the-road diner ambience and proudly prepared comfort food, Frank's is a real classic.
Thanks to folks like Empire State owners Christine and Marc DiOrio, authentic Italian food is a local possibility.
Blue Willow's back, and so is the chocolate du jour.
New Year's Eats
Plan ahead with this selection of New Year's Eve activities at local restaurants.
Buy The Book
Cooks and foodies are sure to delight in these surefire winners.
Indochine deserves congratulation for forming a menu that is distinctly its own.
Uncorking A Controversy
It's rumored that threats of a champagne shortage are contributing to an increase in incidents of what is being called Millennial Anxiety Disorder (MAD).
The Arizona Inn exudes class out of every chink between mortar and brick.
By Hook Or By Cook
When dining at Pirate's Cove, you're in line for a fine dining experience.
When the craving for schnitzel hits, you'll know where to go.
Bob's elevates bar food to stunningly new heights, and every item comes in under $10.
Sushi addicts and non-sushi fans alike have reason to rejoice at the opening of two Japanese eateries.
Travel around the world in four menus at downtown's eclectic Cup Café.
At Nomads, not only is the food delicious in every conventional sense, it's a magnum opus of unusual tastes, textures and smells, a dining experience unlike any other in Tucson.
The lowly sandwich reaches heroic heights at two local eateries.
Iron Chef blends the disparate elements of game show, cooking tutorial and sporting event into a single package of unique entertainment.
KUAT's cooking shows are a tempting diversion.
Last Of The Dinosaurs
Home cooking with a Mexican twist is the decidedly delicious theme at Omar's.
Scrumptious and sophisticated, Lume lights up downtown dining.
Molina's enormous platters will keep you happy and stuffed for days.
Sailing The Pacific
Every dish sampled at Café Pacific resonates with robust flavor and authenticity.
The Ranch House Grill, one of Tucson's newest and most charming restaurants, caters to the general public.
Things are looking up in our fair city when it comes to coffee.
A Tale Of Two Eateries
Michelangelo's masterful cuisine leaves Café Sole in the shadows.
Barbecue is as individual and varied as DNA.