Welcome to the fall season, Tucson. Pumpkin spice is in the air, Oktoberfest is still going strong, and there continues to be plenty to eat, see, and drink in between.
Don’t forget, you can check out our Events Directory for a full list of Foodie events happening this week and other upcoming things to do.
There are not only one, two, three, or even five Oktoberfest events this weekend. There will be six. All of the events can be found in our article ”
Oktoberfest 2022: Stein holding contests, lederhosen & lots of beer.”
We wish you the best of luck deciding on which one to attend first.
Noble Hops, in partnership with Sazerac Spirits, is proud to present its bourbon pairing dinner, which begins at 6 p.m. It starts with a refreshing palate cleanser and an amuse-bouche bite from Frost.
Don’t miss out on this month’s beer pairing dinner featuring Karl Strauss Brewing Company. Brother John’s has created a four-course menu paired with seasonal beers from the brewery out of San Diego, California.
It’s $55 per person and seating is limited so purchase your tickets in advance.
Tucson Japanese Culture Class is hosting a tea ceremony class this weekend. It’s a great opportunity to see how matcha is prepared and then to taste it with an experienced instructor. Plus, it’s just $15 per person.
Commoner & Co. is hosting a special wine dinner where you’ll be guided through three courses featuring unique wines. Whether you are new to wine or a seasoned wine lover, you’ll be happy you went to this. It’s $65 per person.
Join the Tucson Originals Restaurants in partnership with Brother John’s Beer, Bourbon & BBQ to support location restaurants. There are a lot of local spots participating this year and it’s just $45 per person.
Zio Peppe is presenting a six-course dinner paired with Flying Leap Vineyards’ wines. This one is going to be mighty tasty so make your reservations soon rather than later.
BATA is partnering with Stem Wine Company for an educational Italian wine dinner. Seats are $150 per person and you’ll want to make reservations for this dinner.
Addie Ibarra, native Tucsonan, is a fierce lover of adventure, travels, and food. Addie has her Masters in Legal Studies and hopes to one day apply that towards helping people (and animals) around the globe, while traveling and tasting along...