These nostalgic eateries tell us a little about what The Old Pueblo tasted like half a century ago. People loved French fries, ice cream and pizza, kinda like they do now!
This homemade noodle shop has gained a cult following since it opened in 2018.
The coffee shop will open its third location in the Iron Horse neighborhood next week. It'll serve direct-trade coffees and espressos, as well as vegan pastries from local baker Houlden's Rise Above.
The neighborhood deli, bakery, grocery store and eatery will also feature wood-fired pizza and a butcher shop. Read more
This Tucson chef will be the first contestant from Arizona during the show's 18 season run. Watch the show tonight at 5 p.m. on Bravo. Read more
A traditional recipe, salsa macha or salsa de aceite, is gaining popularity at Tucson restaurants and food trucks. Here's where to get this spicy chile condiment. Read more
The Delta will occupy the former Downtown Kitchen + Cocktails space at 135 S. Sixth Ave. with "libation and culinary thrill ride." Read more
The south side location will feature a walk-up window, traditional drive-thru and a separate drive-thru specifically for frozen drinks only. Read more
Where to find and how to buy recreational marijuana in Southern Arizona and Tucson now that it has been legalized. Find out about the different indicas, sativas and other pot products they're selling, as well as edibles, and how to partake legally and safely. Read more
She's heading up the kitchen at El Mezquite, which serves Mexican and Latin-influenced dishes with a gourmet touch. The restaurant is at the DoubleTree Hilton next to the Tucson Convention Center. Read more
The trendy Thai street food restaurant is opening its second location at the Oro Valley Marketplace on Oracle Road. The eatery is known for its regional Thai dishes like Khao Soi noodles and Hoy Joh meatballs. Read more
Run by the Westward Look resort, Edna's Eatery is a casual breakfast and lunch spot located on the grounds of the historic property. They serve salads, sandwiches and root beer floats. Read more
An updated list of Tucson, Arizona bars and restaurants that had to close their doors during COVID-19 restrictions. Plus, a few signs of better eating days ahead. Read more
Thank goodness for patio weather. Tucson is the best place during the fall and winter to eat outside, surrounded with striking green palo verdes and views of nearby mountain ranges. Read more
Banhdicted is a new sandwich spot that opened next door to the Lee Lee International Supermarket on Orange Grove. The restaurant serves almost 20 varieties of milk tea, smoothies and more. Read more
So many new restaurant options in Tucson, AZ. El Charro has partnered with Barrio Bread for brunch restaurant Barrio Charro. There's Toast 101 from a singer on "The Voice," and a downtown spot called La Chingada. Read more
This Tucson chef will be the first contestant from Arizona during the show's 18 season run. You can watch the trailer for the Emmy-winning cooking contest here. Read more
This is a story about how I spent the first few days of 2021 in the hospital with a wicked case of coronavirus. But since I'm a food writer down to the bone, I've decided to add an edible theme to this cautionary tale about the deadly disease I contracted. Read more
In addition to 10 guest rooms, The Citizen Hotel will have a wine-tasting room and will promote Southern Arizona's dynamic wine country. Read more
Tucson, Arizona tea shops are selling tea to-go and loose leaf tea during the COVID-19 pandemic. These Tucson-based tea shops have online or in-person offerings. Read more