Jeff Bilkanich 
Member since Jul 17, 2011

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Born, raised & educated in Cleveland, Oho Lived in NY for 30 yrs Retired to Tucson in 2003 Drove a school bus for 8 yrs… More »

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  • Summer Samplers

      The summer heat can be brutal on us Tucsonans, but the season is also rough on local restaurants, who can see a precipitous drop in cash flow in the summer months.
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  • Natale Salumeria

    Thanks to Roma Imports your holiday eating and shopping just went full Italian
      One of the greatest things about living in Tucson—and being an adventurous eater—is that you are always on the lookout for the hidden food gold mines.
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  • Use Your Noodle: Fresco Pizzeria

    Fresco is an alright, albeit nontraditional, pizza spot, but the pasta needs some work
      While Fresco didn't offer anything near a mind-blowing experience on any front, it really isn't a bad spot by any means.
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  • Karuna’s Thai Plate: Thai’d Down

    Karuna’s Thai Plate offers inexpensive takeout, but disappoints for dine-in
      Good Thai can be hard to find in Arizona and, truthfully, visiting Karuna's Thai Plate, located off Grant Road just east of Campbell Avenue, is not without its faults.
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  • Nook: Waiting Game

    Nook’s breakfast menu satisfies mostly, but the service could use some work
      While upscale spots tend to tout a few culinary buzzwords on their morning menus to jack up the price, simple, straightforward breakfast offerings are absolutely nothing to sneer at. Downtown's more recent breakfast, brunch and lunch spot, Nook, seems to have found the middle ground between greasy diner and fancy brunch.
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