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Shine on Harvest Moon

Harvest Moon in the Oro Valley Marketplace is this writer’s favorite Chinese restaurant in Tucson. The food is light vs. greasy, popping with intense authentic flavor vs. salty and sweet aftertastes. Menu items not found elsewhere raise the bar here, speaking of which, Harvest Moon serves cocktails, wine, and beer and from 3 to 6 pm daily,  all appetizers and drinks are 50 % off.

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Food & Beverage Benefits, Agave Festival

Enjoy the Tucson food scene with a vegan bake sale, dine out fundraiser for sexual assault victims, local food and beverage tasting and the 6th annual agave fest. Don't miss out!

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Noble Hops

Noble Hops is Oro Valley’s answer to the neighborhood definitive pub with class. As a matter of fact, it is Tucson’s original gastropub.

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Tucson Eats and Drinks

The Tucson dining scene is as busy as ever with a celebration for Arizona wine growers, the opening of new restaurant, tax day relief, beers & burger pairing, and more.phpQXyDscPM-resize-kief.jpg

 

I Luv ROO

What’s a ROO? In this case, it’s Renee’s Organic Oven. Renee’s restaurant has many firsts: For instance, when gluten free was not the major buzzword it is today, the then Eclectic Pizza began serving gluten free pizza simply by putting a sign out front saying they offered gluten free pizza crust and it caught on; that was 2007.

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