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Road Trips, Globe Trotting, Girls Pint Out, More

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Summertime...and the living is easy, but not so much in the desert. Nevertheless Tucson continues to rock and roll with food and fun options, $20 lobster dinners and more.




Come Blow Your Horn at the Coronet

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Tucson has had a restaurant explosion and it's all good. The Coronet is in the newly remodeled Coronado Hotel at the southern tip of the 4th Avenue Merchant District before going into the tunnel and ending up downtown. More specifically, the Coronet is on the modern street car route across from the Shanty.



Culinary Grads Give Back, Nicky's Week, Luau

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RA Sushi raises money for St. Jude. AI Culinary grads raise money for Community Food Bank. No Kill Pima County samples wine to save more animals and Acacia invites you to a Trader Vic cocktail extravaganza. Rock on, Tucson.




Ho Ho Ho and Bottles of Rum

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You have to hand it to Saint House Rum Bar for going against the tide, the tequila tide that is. In a town know for its World Margarita Championship and the Agave Festival, Saint House serves 60 kinds of rum almost exclusively.



Willcox Wine Festival, Iron Chef Tucson, Olive Oil

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This weekend get out of town. Go south to Willcox, Southern Arizona's answer to the Napa Valley. Vote for your favorite Tucson chef and check out a new olive oil store downtown.


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