Coronet Expands Hours, Moves Prix Fixe To Tuesdays, Launches Kebab Night

You really don’t need additional reasons to check out the Coronet.

With exceptional European inspired dishes, one of the best people-watching patios in Tucson, and live music 6 nights per week, the Coronet is a little slice of Paris set smack dab between Fourth Avenue and downtown Tucson.

Now that Summer is officially over, they’re ramping things up for the fall and winter months with expanded hours, lots of live music, and kebab night every Thursday.

Typically expanded hours aren’t too big of a deal, but in this case, the Coronet is now open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, which are days that they hadn’t been open during the summer.

Pasta & Pickled Vegetables at Coronet (Photo by Jackie Tran)

Pasta & Pickled Vegetables at Coronet (Photo by Jackie Tran)

Prix Fixe night, which previously took place Thursday evenings, has been moved to Tuesday night.

Wednesdays feature half-off bottles of wine.

And Thursdays are now reserved for Kebab night, which features kebabs and a range of Greek and Mediterranean influenced and inspired live music, such as Kyklo and Púca.

To keep tabs on who is performing on the Coronet stage (there really isn’t an actual stage), take a peek at the Coronet’s event page on Facebook.

The Coronet is located at 402 E. 9th Street, on the southeast corner of 4th and 9th. For more information, visit http://www.cafecoronet.com/ or call (520) 222-9889. Reservations are not accepted.

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