Much like the changing of the season, business is blossoming for this local brewery. Sentinel Peak Brewing Company has officially changed its name to FireTruck Brewing Company, along with the addition of two new locations and a distillery in the works. At first glance, the name change makes perfect sense, being that there’s a firefighter […]
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The owner of Opa’s Best Greek American Cuisine is in the process of opening up Opa’s Grill inside the spot that previously housed Athens on 4th Avenue. If you’ve been to the original location, Opa’s Best on Broadway, you can expect to see familiar dishes. However, some new and tasty bites will be added to […]
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The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild is bringing together craft beer lovers with “Beering Arizona,” a virtual beer festival from 2 – 6 p.m. on Saturday, September 19. This year, it’s been easy to feel disconnected from the craft beer community. Many have not been able to visit their favorite taprooms across the state, and the […]
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Tuk Tuk Thai – Thai Street Food has revealed the menu for its soft opening from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. on Monday, September 7. For the last 27 years, Bud Sayso has owned and operated two Khao San locations in Portland, Oregon, and now he’s bringing the same […]
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Tucson’s one and only craft cider house, Bawker Bawker Cider House, is hosting their first-ever “Flight Night” this weekend from Friday, September 4 – Sunday, September 6. The spot on Fourth Avenue has been so busy since they’re opening that they’ve run out of cans, but it’s only opened new doors and opportunities to share […]
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Three-day weekends are always a treasure in the eyes of many, and Labor Day weekend happens to always deliver a plethora of deals. Locally, Casino Del Sol is celebrating big this year with tasty dining specials at three of its restaurants from Friday, September 4 – Sunday, September 7. Also, if you’re a fan of […]
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On a corner that has the likes of Rosa’s Mexican Food and Taqueria El Pueblito, King Churros is excited to add some sweetness with its new treats. The spot is officially opening its doors at 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. on Monday, August 31 at 1800 E. Fort Lowell Rd., Suite 116. The menu includes […]
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For many, times have been tough since March and every local restaurant and business has found ways to deal with the current situation the best that they can. Tucked away on Euclid and 16th Street, Barrio Brewing Company has seen its ebbs and flows over time and currently, there’s plenty to celebrate. New year, new […]
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The majority of the year, many people have been spending time at home, rather than seated at a table outside one of Tucson’s talented kitchens. Why not bring their delicious bites and cocktails to your own kitchen then? Via Zoom, Whiskey Del Bac’s brand ambassador Jax Donahue and chef Devon Sanner are working together to […]
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One of Tucson’s small, family-run breweries, Green Feet Brewing Company, has decided to close up shop on Friday, October 16 — possible sooner, if the beer runs out first. The brewery, whose name honors the combat rescue units in the U.S. military, posted the following on Facebook: “Hardest post ever!! Thank you founders, friends and […]
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  Under Construction: Fayth Hospitality is developing a 199-room dual branded hotel, at 141 S. Stone Avenue, across the street from St. Augustine Cathedral. Hampton Inn and Home2 Suites, both Hilton brands, will occupy a new 6-story building along Stone Avenue. According to Rio Nuevo, the Hampton Inn will have 76 rooms while the extended […] …Continue Reading

Tucson’s first craft cider house, Bawker Bawker Cider House, is now open for to-go only and will be debuting their first batch of ciders this weekend. Last week, Bawker Bawker had a “soda soft opening” and revealed a lineup of non-alcoholic options, including the Apple Slushie, Orange Cream Slushie, Ginger Soda, Pomegranate Lime Spritzer, Kombucha, […]
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It’s all about raising awareness — and your heart rate, too. The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is hosting its annual HungerWalk on Saturday, September 12, but like many events, this year’s walk will be slightly different. In other words, the event is going virtual to keep things on the safer side. Here’s how it […]
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The Tucson community flourished while showing an outpour of love for André Newman of Purple Tree Organic Acai Blends, who recently passed away. With permission of Newman’s family, Black Lives Matter Tucson put together a fundraiser on GoFundMe that’ll go towards legal fees, therapy, housing bills, living expenses, and other “end-of-life costs.” View this post […]
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It’s a strange time for local restaurants. Many are doing whatever it takes to keep the food and fun times flowing during the current pandemic — all while ensuring that everyone’s safety is a top priority, of course. Meanwhile, the Pima County Health Department is going around Tucson and handing out “Ready for You” emblems […]
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