29 January, 2020, 18:59

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Executive chef Doug Levy at Feast (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Wine Enthusiast’s 100 best wine restaurants in America features Tucson’s “Feast”

While Feast has shared lovely wines with Tucson for over a decade, the local eatery recently caught the eyes…

Brunch must-have of the week: Ricotta-filled crêpes at Feast

Sometimes brunch means dessert for breakfast. Doug Levy, chef and owner of Feast, always delivers surprises. Levy’s bright space on…

Plato Poca Cosa at Cafe Poca Cosa owner (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Your Guide to 31 of Tucson’s Most Iconic Dishes

When you think of Tucson food, what comes to mind first? Not the best dish or what you think…

Bruschetta Board from the Dutch Eatery & Refuge (Photo courtesy of the Dutch Eatery & Refuge)

12 Superb Spring Dishes to Try in Tucson

Forget about all the allergies for a second and remember that spring is one of the tastiest seasons. Local restaurants…

Se7en Grilled Cheese at Serial Grillers (Credit: Chelsey Wade)

20 Places for Gooey Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in Tucson

Pull apart a toasted sandwich with cheese that stretches and it’s no wonder the humble grilled cheese has been…

Seared Sea Scallops with kabocha puree, roasted cashews, shallots, Swiss chard, crispy summer and winter squashes, and dried apricot at Feast (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Feast’s Ever-changing Menu Will Keep You on Your Toes

’Tis the season for revelers to enjoy Tucson’s finest meals. Around this time of year, celebratory Tucson foodies and their…

Spinach Salad at Tumerico (Credit: Jackie Tran)

20 Gluten-free Options You Knead to Try in Tucson

Gluten — a protein found naturally in wheat, rye, and barley, and hybrids of these grains — has become…

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