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Bread & Better Bread & Better As Prep & Pastry expands, August Rhodes comes along for the ride October 17, 2019
Bravo, Zulu Bravo, Zulu A new location and updated menu allow BZs Italian Kitchen to flourish October 10, 2019
Queen of Tarts Queen of Tarts Chelle Jennings is making Tucson a sweeter place, one treat at a time September 19, 2019

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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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  • Bravo, Zulu
  • Bravo, Zulu  3

    A new location and updated menu allow BZs Italian Kitchen to flourish
      Oftentimes when an established eatery up and relocates to a far-off location, the results can be disastrous. Moving from the busy arena of Broadway and Camino Seco to a near-hidden spot in a strip mall on Wrightstown Road just off North Pantano Road could have spelled doom for the beloved BZs Pizza. Turns out, the whole move was a solid upgrade for them.
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  • Quaint Possible
  • Quaint Possible  1

    Call it what you will, but a small café in Sonoita is serving some big flavors
      Whether you call it Puckle's Place, Café Sonoita or just The Cafe, this is pure belly-filling and heart-warming eating.
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  • Tried and ’Cue
  • Tried and ’Cue

    Tay’s is Corona de Tucson’s sweet and savory BBQ joint
      It’s safe to say we now have a barbeque scene. Please, give yourselves a pat on the collective back. It’s taken a bit of time, along with some success and failure, but it is nice to say we have a roster of pitmasters with various regional skills creating slow-cooked masterpieces.
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  • Queen of Tarts
  • Queen of Tarts  1

    Chelle Jennings is making Tucson a sweeter place, one treat at a time
      When a friend of mine handed me a lemon cookie from a catering service known as Mad Batter Bakery, I swooned over the tangy, frosted treat.
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