Noshing Around

We've Got Rhythmmm

Recently opened, Rhythmmm bills itself as having "American food from around the world." Managing partner Tom Heath has been in the restaurant field for the past 20 years and owning his own restaurant is a dream coming true. Rhythmmm comfortably seats 45 and is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. serving lunch and dinner, beer, wine and a burger called the "date breaker" with garlic, onions and breath mints. Check it out at 2547 E. Broadway Blvd; 777-4200. Visit the Web site,, for a complete menu.

Taste Tucson Week

From October 24 through 30, 11 independent restaurants will offer lunch and dinner specials for $10.05, $20.05 and $30.05 in conjunction with the Tucson Culinary Festival. For specific restaurants and offerings, check out

All You Can Eat, Southern Style

Starting October 23, the French Quarter will be feature all-you-can-eat Sundays for $13 per person from 1 to 9 p.m. Add the new make-your-own bloody mary bar for $3 and let the good times roll. The French Quarter is located at 3146 Grant Road; 318-4767.

Brotherly Love

Thirteen-year-old Andrew Larsen loves to cook and someday hopes to open his own restaurant called Chez André. He is also the youngest student to take a cooking class at Pima Community College. To help pay for his sister Bridgette to attend a modeling and talent convention in Los Angeles this coming January, Andrew is selling his famous fudge made at his mom's store, Choc-Alot. Call 748-8889 to pre-order fudge for $20 per pound.

Halloween Charity Party

CaffeNation will host its second annual Halloween charity party benefiting disaster relief efforts for the Southern Arizona chapter of the American Red Cross on October 28 from 5 to 8 p.m. All ages are welcome to wear costumes, demystify life through tarot card readings and win donated raffle prizes and silent auction items at 3191 E. Valencia Blvd, suite 111; 294-4995.
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