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Last modified on November 19th, 2018 at 3:32 pm
While a large number of people are on the road this week visiting family or friends — and/or madly prepping turkeys and simmering cranberry sauce — some of us are in town, thankful to have options for the long weekend.
Cooking or not — kitchen disasters do happen — we have options for you to gobble up.
And, there are post-holiday festive drinks to bring in the Christmas cheer.
The following events will take place this week. For more information regarding event details, click the links below each event.
From rum and mezcal tastings to smashing piñatas in celebration, it’s on.
“Exo Roast Co. is celebrating the grand opening of its newest addition, Exo Bar, and what its dinner menu has to offer from 5 – 11 p.m. on Tuesday, November 20.
Being that it’s a party, it’s complete with an evening of events that ought to be a blast.” More…
House-made traditional dinners, vegetarian options, meals with a twist… feast with all the fixings.
“This year, Tucson has a cornucopia of options on Thanksgiving Day. Whether it’s dining in, carrying out, or ordering in advance, one of the following options should strike your fancy for the holiday.
Also, the growing trend of throwing “Friendsgiving” dinners is catching on in the Tucson community. This is a great way to celebrate a little early before spending time with family.” More…
“Traveling bar returns to Tucson with new Christmas-inspired cocktails.
With its launch happening the day after Thanksgiving, Miracle isn’t wasting any time setting up its pop-up — now expanding to more than 80 locations around the world.
The pop-up is offering 10 cocktails and two shots (some nice and others naughty), and they’ll be poured in themed mugs and glassware to match the wintry, traditional Christmas concept at the bar.” More…
“Take part in free, seasonal tastings of holiday favorites.
So, as a season’s greetings, El Charro Café is giving free samples of their holiday tamales and sips of an exclusive tequila from Código 1530 from noon – 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 25.” More…