Noshing Around

Rincon Market Update

The Rincon Market is set to reopen Thursday, Feb. 13, following a fire last July that closed the popular midtown grocery and dining spot. Extensive smoke damage forced the owners to essentially gut the building and rebuild from the inside out. Owner Ron Abbott asks that Rincon's patrons be patient during the reopening because it will take time for the market to get fully stocked and operating smoothly. The Rincon Market is at 2513 E. Sixth St.

Brew It Up

Sentinel Peak Brewing Company is set to open a nanobrewery at 4746 E. Grant Road on Saturday, Jan. 11. The owners had hoped to be open last fall but encountered more red tape than expected in getting the business end of beer making squared away. For more info, go to

Olé Rico Mexican Steakhouse Opens

Adrian Romero, who ran the Olé Rico food truck on the southwest side, has opened Olé Rico Mexican Steakhouse at 1830 S. Park Ave., in the former Mr. K's barbecue spot. The steakhouse features lots of mesquite-grilled dishes and Mexican food prepared Agua Prieta, Sonora-style. For more information, visit the food truck's Facebook page.

Stick to Those Resolutions

For those who said to themselves, "2014 is the year I am going to eat healthier," the Weekly keeps tabs on all the city's farmers markets where you can get fresh produce, organic meats and such. You can do farm-to-table in your own home. Find the list in the Gardening section of the listings, this week on page 24.

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