Noshing Around


fluid is a wine bar with a mission. Co-owners Donald Yap and Bill McMann invite the growing population of wine enthusiasts to their salon for a passionate exchange of divergent views over a great glass of wine or beer. Conveniently located next to Brew and Vine, fluid offers 16 changing selections of wine by the glass, 350 bottles of beer and more than 500 bottles of wine, plus a fusion menu of tapas, salads and desserts. Enjoy live jazz on Thursday and Saturday nights. fluid at Brew and Vine is open Monday through Saturday from 4 p.m. at 7332 N. Oracle Road at Ina Road. Saturday beer or wine tasting starts at 3 p.m.; 797-1550.

Here's Comes Peter Cottontail

Executive Chef Philippe Trosch will host "The Tale of Peter Cottontail Easter Brunch" from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 27. Brunch costs $42 for adults and $22 for children from 5 to 12 years old; children under 5 are free. A children's brunch is included. For reservations, call Loews Ventana Canyon Resort at 615-5488; located 7000 N. Resort Drive.

60 Million Fish Tacos

As the story goes: Once upon a time, a San Diego college student named Ralph Rubio wanted to share his love of Baja cuisine with family and friends, so he created the fish taco. Fast-forward 20-plus years, and now the publicly traded (NASDAQ: RUBO) company has more than 150 restaurants in five states with four locations in Tucson.

Sing for Your Supper

Back in the '70s and '80s, singing and dinner were not mutually exclusive, and if Sam O'Shaughnessy has his way, O'Shaughnessy's Supper Club and Song Hall will entertain at 2200 N. Camino Principal (near Tanque Verde Road) featuring an international menu and spirits. Building the restaurant from the ground up, O'Shaughnessy anticipates a late summer opening. Looking for busboys, bakers, bartenders and wait staff who love to burst into song; apply for employment at

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