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Last modified on September 20th, 2018 at 12:01 pm
Tucson continues to catch attention from the New York Times as a destination for food and drink.
This time, the New York Times Travel posted an article on Thursday highlighting how to spend 36 hours in Tucson.
As Austin is to Texas, Tucson is to Arizona. In this outspoken university town, artists, intellectuals and athletes share their passions for good food and outdoor fun.
Writer Elaine Glusac highlights Iron John’s Brewing Company, Charro Steak, La Estrella Bakery, Presta Coffee, Seis Kitchen, BOCA Tacos y Tequila, DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails, Tough Luck Club, Owls Club, Hotel Congress, and Welcome Diner as places to eat and drink.
Read the New York Times article in full here: 36 Hours in Tucson.