Bravo, Zulu

Bravo, Zulu

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.

Quick Bites

Culinary experiences to fill out your week.

Quaint Possible

Whether you call it Puckle's Place, Café Sonoita or just The Cafe, this is pure belly-filling and heart-warming eating.

Tried and ’Cue

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.

Queen of Tarts

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.

Quick Bites

The best brews and meals you can find this week.

Walking Tall

Just 10 days after Tito & Pep opened in November 2018, vandals hurled bricks and stones through their large window facing Speedway Boulevard.

Desert Eats

It’s called Sonoran Restaurant Week, and from Sept. 6 through 15, more than 30 local restaurants will showcase special, three-course menus they’ve priced at either $25 or $35.

On the rise

Behind the rallying cry to “Get off the agrochemical treadmill,” Tucson will celebrate a decade-long revival designed to bring healthy and better tasting grains and legumes back to Southern Arizona with a Heritage Grain Forum on Tuesday, Sept. 3, and Wednesday, Sept. 4, at the University of Arizona Haury Auditorium.

Chow Haul

Hey, students: You have a lot of people in this town who want to feed you! We asked three members of our editorial team who were recently attending the UA to cook up a list of student-friendly dining. Bon appetit!

Culinary Adventure

Kyle Young has returned to Tucson as the new executive chef at Wildflower.

Out of the Box

Come for the drinks, but stay for the food. The Boxyard currently houses four diverse concepts serving late-night (or early, early morning) chow.

Goodbye, Frankie Cheesesteak

On the Menu writer Matt Russell pays tribute to Frankie Santos, Philadelphia native and longtime proprietor of Frankie’s South Philly Cheesesteaks, who passed away recently.

Light In The Dark

Govinda’s owner Sandamini Devi remains positive for the future of the restaurant after a fire caused a significant amount of damage to the vegetarian standby.

Trail Grazing

The Coyote Pause Café is the front and center with some seriously good southwest chow.

Cross Culture Cuisine

Solorzano recently became executive chef at Penca, a Mexico City-inspired restaurant in downtown Tucson.

Archives


The Range

Things to Do, Monday, Oct. 14

Things to Do This Weekend in Tucson

Things to Do, Thursday, Oct. 10

More »

Readers' Favorites

Recent Comments

  • Re: Bravo, Zulu

    • Makes us want to drive to Tucson just for the pizza and wings. Sounds fabulous!…

    • on October 12, 2019
  • Re: Quaint Possible

    • As a local, we head to Puckles regularly. Adam has always delivered in excellent food…

    • on October 4, 2019
  • Re: Culinary Adventure

    • I was recently at Wildflower and learned that this chef is no longer there. Not…

    • on September 28, 2019

Top Viewed Stories

  • Bravo, Zulu

    A new location and updated menu allow BZs Italian Kitchen to flourish
    • Oct 10, 2019
  • Quick Bites

    Culinary experiences to fill out your week.
    • Oct 10, 2019
  • More »

Most Shared Stories

  • Spice Girl

    From cart to concept, Tumerico finally finds a permanent home
    • Nov 24, 2016
  • How About a Mulligan?

    A once-dark eastside haunt has lightened up with a chef-driven menu and updated look
    • Feb 22, 2018
  • More »

© 2019 Tucson Weekly | 7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125, Tucson AZ 85741 | (520) 797-4384 | Powered by Foundation