6 October, 2022, 07:40

Worthy Weekend Food Events in Tucson

Mercado San Agustin Grand Opening
Celebrate the opening weekend, May 13th-15th, which will include live music, activities, and brunch.

Community Food Bank’s El Pueblo Farmers Market
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Available from the Marana Farm and Nuestra Tierra Garden of the Community Food Bank will be leeks, turnips, carrots, chard, kale, green onions, green garlic and fennel.

The Community Foods Consignment will have red potatoes, sweet potatoes, hydroponic tomatoes, salad and cooking greens, pecans, herbs and fresh eggs for $3.50/dozen.

The Breckenfeld Family will have spinach, carrots and beets.

Spice of the Desert will have garden seedlings, desert plants, herbal remedies, jams, apples, hydroponic tomatoes and eggs.

“La Finca de Mi Abuela” will provide fair trade whole bean coffee, harvested in the San Martin Region of Guatemala.

Music by John White

Saturnalia is a wine tasting hosted by certified sommelier Kenny Stewart & DJ Carl Hanni. Carl plays a mix of Latin groove jazz, exotica, downtempo R&B, soul,and other sexy sounds from around the planet. Kenny, a magician as well, might occasionally set aside the wine to break out a few magic moves. Onyx room is a brand new restaurant and night club that features classic southern cuisine and sexy atmosphere. Saturnalia is a roaming wine tasting that will change its location every month. Five wines featured for $5 dollars!

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Adam Lehrman started Tucson Foodie in late 2008 as a way to track his search for the best food Tucson had to offer.