Tucson restaurant news:
On Monday August 24, the popular, iconic downtown diner, Dizzy G’s, is reopening its doors for business after a lengthy hiatus.
Though new breakfast and lunch items and a revised menu will freshen up the feasting options, the classics that have made Dizzy G’s the cornerstone of downtown dining for so long will still be served up hot and surprisingly, inexpensively. Most dishes on the menu are well under $10–a tradition that has withstood the test of time that is certainly welcomed by today’s consumers.
The legacy of Dizzy G’s is kept in good hands, as the reopening date also marks the 26-year anniversary of original owner Russ Gillespie’s first day of opening back in 1983. This time around, however, it is his stepson Paul Leschak who will be taking the reigns for this generation of Dizzy G enthusiasts.
Located at the same site that it has always occupied at 75 E. Pennington St., Dizzy G’s looks to expand its clientele, welcoming the new crop of downtowners to the table. While the aesthetic styling’s of the interior may look like a throwback to the early days of downtown Tucson, it is guaranteed that the service, food, and experience of Dizzy G’s will offer the same welcoming touch of comfort that it has throughout all of its 26-year span.
Dizzy G’s is open for dine-in or carry-out from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more info call 622-1000.
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