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Hot Spot Hot Spot It looks like a chain fast casual but the food at Salsa Verde is deceivingly good November 21, 2019
Bahn Mi Boy Bahn Mi Boy Vina Street Food brings the tastes of Vietnam to Tucson December 01, 2016
Stir It Up Stir It Up The term ‘inviting’ only touches on the food and atmosphere found at Desert Island Eatery April 26, 2018

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  • Boots and Bites
  • Boots and Bites  4

    Whiskey Roads provides serious eats before you dance the night away
      Don’t judge a club by its cover. Whiskey Roads is a pathway to unexpectedly good comfort fare and well executed cocktails. But you still won’t catch me line dancing anytime soon.
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  • Hot Spot
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    It looks like a chain fast casual but the food at Salsa Verde is deceivingly good
      Given its slick design, televised menus, courteous staff and counter service, you could be forgiven for thinking that the eastside’s Salsa Verde is some kind of chain.
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  • Keep Guam and Carry On
  • Keep Guam and Carry On

    Hungry Kepuha has returned to Tucson with its taste of traditional island food
      Welcome back, Hungry Kepuha. We’ve missed you and your delicious food.
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  • The Sweet Spot
  • The Sweet Spot

    Heemee Bakery is a new coffee and pastry option downtown
      Heemee Bakery is a lovely shop on the corner of Stone and Congress more akin to something you’d find in a quaint small town or tucked away in an Asian neighborhood.
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  • Bread & Better
  • Bread & Better

    As Prep & Pastry expands, August Rhodes comes along for the ride
      Five years ago, Prep & Pastry opened in a tightly recessed nook on the corner of Campbell Avenue and Hedrick Street. Its meteoric rise to Tucson fame, fanned by praise from satisfied diners and food bloggers, was a boon to owners Nathan Ares, Brian Pracko, Billy Kovacs and William Meinke, but a headache for those looking to get a seat at their popular weekend brunches. Prep & Pastry shared a parking lot with an antique furniture store and seed depot, both of which had their own draw. To put it mildly, even on slow days, parking was rather limited.
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