New at American Eat Co.: expanded michelada bar, Berry Greens, Pinches Mexican food


June 20, 2019
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By Jackie Tran
By Jackie Tran

The expansion features an expanded michelada bar, acai and juice bar, and more.

American Eat Co. is hosting a grand opening for its expanded space on Saturday, June 22.

The 2,600-square-foot space on the north side of the building was previously unoccupied. It includes a second bar geared for additional entertainment, such as arcade cabinets, a jukebox, and 10 televisions with surround sound.

Bar expansion at American Eat Co. (Credit: Jackie Tran)
Bar expansion at American Eat Co. (Credit: Jackie Tran)

“In a nutshell, this bar will be the obnoxious little brother of our existing Market Bar,” said Guillermo Gallegos, operating partner with the Common Group.

Additionally, the bar includes an expanded michelada and mimosa menu, along with over 120 canned beer options to enjoy in-house or buy to-go.

The expanded space also features murals from local artists Jessica Gonzales and Jonny Bubonik. Framed local art will rotate as well.

Furthermore, the expansion includes Berry Greens Acai & Juice Bar. The new joint features the namesake items along with smoothies, aguas frescas, parfaits, toasts, and a granola fruit bowl.

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One last thing; the southern end of American Eat Co. gained Pinches, a Mexican eatery. Check them out for cabeza sopes, TacoDillersEnchidillers, jalapeño poppers, Texas-Style Quesito, breakfast tacos, and more.

American Eat Co. is located at 1439 S. Fourth Ave. For more information, visit americaneatco.com.

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Jackie Tran is a Tucson-based food writer, photographer, culinary educator, and owner-chef of the food truck Tran’s Fats. Although he is best known locally for his work for Tucson Foodie, his work has also appeared in publications such as Bon...

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