Tucson restaurant news
Tuesday is Steak Night
Feeling a bit carnivorous? Tuesday is steak night at Pastiche. Chef James uses only Certified Angus cuts of beef and a salad for $15. Treat yourself.
Father’s Day Blues, Brews & BBQ
Treat dad right with what the Tucson Guide calls “Tucson’s Best Brunch” featuring a variety of cold appetizers and salads, interactive food stations including homemade tortillas and guacamole, carvings of mustard-crusted prime rib of Angus beef, backyard BBQ beer can ribs, chicken and salmon with mango barbeque glaze, a variety of soups and fresh breads and an over-the-top dessert station complete with a chocolate fountain.
George Howard, a local blues musician and founder of the Tucson Musicians Museum, will perform. Howard’s stunning black and white photography of local musicians will be on display at the brunch as a prelude to Loews Ventana Canyon’s new Heritage Hall art gallery in the east wing of the building.
This special Father’s Day Sunday brunch at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort is $45 for adults and $24 for children, and children under 6 are FREE. Tax and gratuities are not included. For reservations on either the patio or indoors, call the Canyon Café at (520) 615-5496.
Tucson Originals News
The Tucson Originals, an organization of independently-owned restaurants, has some new members:
Ghini’s French Caffé has been serving Provence-inspired breakfast and lunch daily for over 10 years at 1803 E. Prince Road, (520) 326-9095. (I love their eggs Provencal.)
Tohono Chul Tea Room is under the new direction of Chef Albert Hall and will serve breakfast and lunch daily starting July 1, 7366 North Paseo del Norte (520) 742-6455.
Delectables Restaurant and Catering has been a Fourth Avenue staple since 1973. Delectables is open for lunch and dinner daily at 533 N 4th Ave., (520) 884-9289.
Caffé Luce Coffee Roasting Company is located at Main Gate Square by the UA campus and is open daily at 943 E. University Blvd # 191 (520) 207-5504.
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