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You'll likely have to wait for breakfast, but dinner at Blue Willow is also worth your time

When I was assigned this review, I realized that in the two-plus decades that I've called Tucson home, I've never once been at the Blue Willow for anything other than lunch or breakfast. Maybe it just never occurred to me, or maybe…

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