It's not surprising that with it being the week of Thanksgiving that events this week have slowed a bit. However, if you're in need of some time away from the family or are just looking for things to do, there are still some fun things happening.
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The night before Thanksgiving is a great time to take a load off. Check out our 'DrinksGiving' specials & events in Tucson (the night before Thanksgiving) guide to learn about the establishments that we noticed were having beverage specials or hosting a party of some sort. Invite the fam to come out to play!
You may be aware of a global sporting event taking place this week (and next, and next): The World Cup! If ever you're in need of something to do within the upcoming weeks, sidle up to one of these bars that are showing the games and revel in the camaraderie.
Check out our guide on, Where to catch 2022 FIFA World Cup parties in Tucson.
Join Tap and Bottle downtown for their 10th annual Barrel Down & Bear Down event!
Taste some barrel-aged beers and watch World Cup Soccer and the Wildcats play against ASU.
Beers Featured on Tap:
Celebrate the grand opening of the Hoppy Vine! They’ll have great drink specials (five wines and five beers for $5 each), a ribbon cutting with the Oro Valley Chamber, Las Vigas food truck serving amazing Mexican food, local cupcakes, and fresh OV sourdough pretzels, and live music!
Kids and dogs are welcome, so bring the entire gang.
Caps & Corks has lots of good stuff happening for your after-Thanksgiving indulgence.
They’ll be open early for your Black Friday shopping pleasure.
There will be:
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If you're in need of some post-Turkey-coma movement these breweries have you covered! Borderlands Brewing and Crooked Tooth Brewing host Saturday morning yoga sessions at 10 and 10:30 a.m. that end in a rewarding beer afterward.
If you can't make it Saturday, join Pueblo Vida Brewing on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m.
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If you’re looking for a great alternative activity to do with the family this weekend, think about a downtown Tucson Food Tour. Enjoy local restaurants and history, as your guide takes you on a two-mile walking excursion through some of the most interesting places to dine downtown and Fourth Avenue/Main Gate Square. Visitors and locals alike have been enjoying these tours for over 10 years.
To learn more and/or book your ticket click here.
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...