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Where to go for Thanksgiving in Tucson 2016

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While stressing over a perfectly cooked turkey, fluffy mashed potatoes, stuffing that isn’t dry and an immaculate home to impress your relatives may sound like a good time to some, there are other options for celebrating Thanksgiving around Tucson. With plenty of restaurants offering feasts for the foodie-favorite holiday, consider breaking from the mold this year and...

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Wasted Grain Opens New Location in Downtown Tucson

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Prohibition-era and sports-themed bar and restaurant Wasted Grain is set to open mid-October in downtown Tucson on 350 Congress St.

A Square One Concepts, Inc. restaurant, the establishment offers 30 different beers on draught, signature cocktails, a live DJ every weekend, and an arcade hearkening back to old school games like Big Buck Hunter. Guests can order classic bar fare like flatbread pizzas, wraps, and sliders, including vegan and gluten-free menu items as well. 

Replacing the former location of World of Beer on historic Congress Street, Wasted Grain will up the antics in the...

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Tucson 23: A Mexican Food Fiesta Delivers a Taste of Tucson

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I love Mexican food. Dream about it. Which is why I thought I was hallucinating when I first heard about Tucson 23, a culinary fiesta at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa featuring food samplings from Tucson’s Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food, a strip of mostly family-run restaurants that claim to serve the best Mexican fair this side of the border, including the famed El Charro Café, the nation’s oldest Mexican restaurant and inventor of the...

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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.

 

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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.

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