Where Local and Global Appetites Collide

Noshing Tucson Restaurants Deals on Meals

Meatloaf Mondays:  Ode to comfort food, for those who have a place in their heart for savory meatloaf, join the gang at Jonathan’s Cork for Meatloaf Monday. Enjoy Chef Landeen’s original recipe meatloaf, mashed potatoes, and fresh vegetable plus a refreshing beverage for $12. I love meatloaf but rarely eat it but now I feel a craving coming on.
 

Tuesday: Half priced bottles of wine at Vila Thai including some Thai wines you won’t find anywhere else in Arizona.

Artful Burgers WednesdayAcacia offers a $5 burger with fries and condiments at the bar. I must try that as I miss the Terra Cotta $5 burger.

Tapas Thursdays: You can make a light meal from a choice of ten tapas at Acacia at St. Philip’s. Tapas range from $3 to $5.50, from  emparedado de jamon (ham sandwiches) to tortilla de Espanola (Spanish omelet) to mixto de vegetales de camarones (vegetables + shrimp) and more. Bring your friends, the more the merrier and the more the tastes.

Everyday: Half price appetizers and beer at Yoshimatsu from 5 to 7 p.m. Not all the appetizers are included but some sushi rolls, gyoza, edamame, and Japanese fried chicken are. Sounds like a meal to me.

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