Irene’s Donuts, formerly named Irene’s Holy Donuts, announced plans to close on Friday morning. Doors will officially close on…
Main Gate Square sweets shop Campus Candy & Yogurt announced that it will close its doors on January 31, 2020, after…
Alafia West African Cuisine announced it has closed indefinitely after four years in business. The restaurant posted on its Facebook…
Cocktail bar The Libertine 402 E. Ninth St. quietly closed its doors indefinitely on Saturday night after five months…
Update: After announcing their plans to close, 4th Avenue Delicatessen posted the following on the restaurant’s Facebook page December 6:
Almost six months after opening its new location in May, Hawaiian restaurant Island Plate Lunch closed its doors,…
West Tucson Chinese restaurant Dragon’s View quietly closed after 30 years in Tucson. The property at 400 N. Bonita Ave….
This isn't going to be your typical dining experience, ladies and gents. Rather than waiting to be served, you'll be serving yourself and learning new culinary techniques for that "special someone"
This isn’t going to be your typical dining experience, ladies and gents.
Rather than waiting to be served, you’ll be serving yourself and learning new culinary techniques for that “special someone” in your life. It’s also a great way to surprise your partner with an unforgettable dinner — that is, if you don’t bring them along for the class.
It’s $55 to attend the class, and you’ll want to register soon before it fills up.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Arizona
The Garden Kitchen
2205 S. 4th Ave.
The Garden Kitchen
The Steam Pump Ranch and its iconic 1800’s ranch house is quite the backdrop for more than 25 vineyards and wineries, local fare from a variety of AZ food trucks,
The Steam Pump Ranch and its iconic 1800’s ranch house is quite the backdrop for more than 25 vineyards and wineries, local fare from a variety of AZ food trucks, live jazz music performed by the Pete Swan Trio and local artisans.
“Off the Vine has quickly become one of our biggest events of the year, and after seeing record-breaking attendance in 2019 we’re expecting an even bigger crowd for 2020,” said Kris Pothier, president of the Arizona Wine Growers Association and owner of Chateau Tumbleweed. “
If you’re not too familiar with wine and aren’t even sure what kind of wine you like, this is a great opportunity to interact with the participating winemakers.
Go ahead and pick their brain about the history of their wine, learn how it’s made, and taste what sets it apart.
Tickets are $25 per person and it’s free admission for designated drivers and kids.
Arizona Wine Growers Association
The adventure allows you to explore new areas of downtown, new beer, and perhaps favorite beer you've already tried in locations you've already seen. Either way, it's a fun experience
The adventure allows you to explore new areas of downtown, new beer, and perhaps favorite beer you’ve already tried in locations you’ve already seen. Either way, it’s a fun experience getting out there and seeing what Tucson has to offer.
12 venues and nearly 30 participating breweries are confirmed so far, but more may to join the party as we creep closer to the event.
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tucson Craft Beer Crawl