Monday, June 27, 2011

New: Three and a Half Brothers Café

Posted By on Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 4:34 PM

A new restaurant called Three and a Half Brothers Café has opened in the old Sanchez Burrito Company building at 2530 N. First Ave.

I took a quick look at the menu, and it’s all-American fare, with breakfast served all day. "You can sleep in and come on in here, and we’re not gonna say, 'Nuh-uh, it’s after 10 a.m.,'" said the nice lady working the front counter.

A friend who is an aficionado when it comes to Tucson diners ate breakfast at Three and a Half Brothers Café this morning and tells us the portions are enormous.

The prices look fair, too, topping out around $7.

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