Tucson restaurant news
Free: Cooking Class
Whole Foods market (3360 E. Speedway Blvd) hosts a Grill It! cooking class with Chef Wendy Gauthier on Wednesday, May 27, at 6 p.m. Learn yummy recipes for BBQ sauce, steak, tofu, fruit, veggies, and more. Also on 5/27 at both Whole Foods (Speedway and 7133 Oracle Road), 5% of the day’s net sales will benefit the Tucson Desert Museum.
Closed: Caffe Diva
What has been a Campbell Avenue landmark, closed May 16. According to this website, Caffe Diva had bad customer service. Can one person cause the demise of a long standing favorite? I haven’t been to Caffe Diva for about a year and during my last visit, service was fine. But when I’m on Campbell Ave., and meeting friends for coffee—I go to Raging Sage. Does anyone know if Coffee’s On is still open? I have been trying to call their phone number (300-5493) for a few days and the line is always busy.
5th Anniversary Celebration
Congratulations to Seven Cups on their 5th anniversary of selling hot tea in the desert. On Friday, May 29, from 7 to 9 p.m. they will be hosting an anniversary party, tea and food tasting, and fundraiser for the Academy for Cancer Wellness. Chef Steven Critcher of Buddha’s Bowl will prepare locally grown food in an Asian-style paired with Seven Cups teas. Nan Lin, Chinese musician will perform traditional yang qin music. Donations are requested and will go towards the Academy of Cancer Wellness as well as raffle tickets for donated prizes. Everything will be on sale at the tea house all day, with 10 % going to ACW. Tea Club members get 10 % discount at 2516 E 6th St. Tucson, AZ 85716, 881-4072
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