September has rapidly come to an end (has anyone checked on Green Day?)
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.
Oktoberfest is still going strong as we enter the third week of beer-fueled shenanigans. Take a peek at our event roundup to see where the party's at this weekend: Oktoberfest 2022: Stein holding contests, lederhosen & lots of beer.
The Tucson Hop Shop team is excited to be throwing a low-key party for its seventh anniversary. All they want for their birthday is to see your smiling faces inside or outside on the patio. Plus, they’ll be selling playing cards created by Joel Gowen of Aesthetic Result of Thought and new glassware designed by local artist Sasha Lewis.
Check out our article: Tucson Hop Shop celebrates 7 years of sharing beers, wine, & more.
In honor of our favorite caffeinated beverage, Tucson #CoffeeOutside Meetup is hosting an International Coffee Day ride. Meet up at Tahoe Park at 9 a.m., ride to Underwood Garden, and brew up some camp coffee and vibe. RSVP for the ride route and you’ll get a chance to win some sweet prizes from partners.
Come out for a fun day of eating and shopping from locally owned food trucks and small business vendors.
After a fun day of exploring rows of local vendors selling handmade crafts, jewelry, arts, clothing, vintage items, antiques, and more, enjoy some tacos from El Taco Jefe.
Go on out to the most playful gala of the year. Celebrate the 12th annual Evening of Play. This is an all-inclusive event where you’ll enjoy food, drinks, and fun at Children’s Museum Tucson.
Check out the delicious food options online.
Yas queen, it's brunch time! Celebrate Tucson Pride and raise funds for next year’s festival by attending this drag brunch.
The brunch buffet will feature a prime rib and ham carving station, custom omelets, eggs benedict, biscuits and gravy, pastry, and a dessert bar. Smirnoff and Jack Daniels will be offering specials along with fun and creative mimosas and famed Pearl Shots.
For more info on Pride festivities happening this week, check out our article: Tucson Pride 2022: Parade, festival, food trucks & Sunday brunch.
Decorate pumpkins while enjoying some brews on Sunday. 1912 Brewing Company will provide the pumpkins and crafts so stop by and decorate a pumpkin to be put on display in the taproom. The event is open to all.
Tanque Verde Guest Ranch will be hosting a wine dinner Sunday, October 2 at 6 p.m. Enjoy a multi-course chef-prepared dinner paired with some amazing Austin Hope wines.
The popular brunch spot is continuing its culinary tour and heading to the Mediterranean. The four-course dinner includes dishes like Saffron Mackerel Escabeche and Pistachio Pecan Baklava. Seats are $72 per person and seating is limited to just 40 people.
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...