Tomorrow, November 28th, Old Tucson Studios presents the 22nd Waila Festival, a celebration of southern Arizona heritage and culture, with O'odham dancers and performances by the Waila Festival Band and more! For more information - http://bit.ly/1RZBk4c
From November 27 to November 29th, discover the heritage of various American Indian tribal nations at the Native American Heritage Social & Indian Craft Market held every year on Thanksgiving weekend at Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites. Learn more - http://bit.ly/1RRMhVg #FreeYourself
(Photo courtesy of Nancy Smith-Jones)
Here's my story on holiday events around the state to get you in the spirit of the season. For more Arizona travel ideas, be sure to Like my FB page. http://www.azcentral.com/story/travel/road-trips/2015/11/23/holiday-lights-events-arizona/75891980/
Our partners at Visit Tucson are showcasing the beautiful Tucson area to our neighbors up north. If you live in the Phoenix area then be sure to stop by the Westgate Entertainment District tonight to see the tree lighting and enjoy the last night of the #TopOfTheWorld Experience. Climb the rock wall, see chalk art inspired by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, get a sample from Green Valley Pecan Company, enter to win art from Madaras Gallery or even an incredible two-night stay at JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa!
If you live in the the Phoenix area, be sure to come to Westgate Entertainment District tonight to see the tree lighting and enjoy the last night of our #TopOfTheWorld Experience. Climb the rock wall, see chalk art inspired by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, get a sample from Green Valley Pecan Company, enter to win art from Madaras Gallery or even an incredible two-night stay at JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa!
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The Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food
The most delectable Mexican food north of the border
Tucson is home to the most authentic Mexican food north of the border. The highest concentration of these restaurants is found within a 23-mile area that includes the City of South Tucson, downtown and lower midtown. At these terrific eateries, many of which are family-owned and decades old, the settings are casual, the ingredients are fresh and the experience is unforgettable.
Arizona Weekend Explorer - Tucson Mexican Restaurants
Embark on a culinary marathon of Tucson’s delectable Mexican restaurants. Some dishes you’ve heard of, like tacos, burritos and enchiladas; and some you’ll probably experience for the first time, like caramelos (meat-filled cheese crisps), toritos (shrimp-stuffed chiles wrapped in bacon) and raspados (Sonoran-style snow cones with ice cream and fresh fruit). Or sink your teeth into a world famous Sonoran Hot Dog (hot dog wrapped in bacon, smothered in beans and pico de gallo, topped with mayonnaise on a soft bolillo roll). No matter what, bring your appetite and sense of adventure, and go the distance in Tucson’s 23 miles of Mexican food.
31 N. Scott Ave. Tucson, AZ 85701 Phone: (520) 623-3277