Two Tucson food heroes and James Beard Award nominated friends work together to open “Barrio Charro”, an amazing new brand that will soon take up shop on North Campbell Road.
Instead of a three-day single weekend event, Tucson Meet Yourself 2020 will happen throughout the whole month of October, with dozens of online events and a handful of safely distanced, in-person events.
New Stadium Club Opening in Lowell-Stevens Football Facility
Festival to Take Place March 20-21, 2021
Flying Aprons Tucson is bringing the city’s best chefs and mixologists and cooking enthusiasts together 2020 style –presenting virtual classes in real time via Zoom.
A plethora of restaurants will soon be offering alfresco dining thanks to a new grant program made possible through a partnership between Pima County and the Downtown Tucson Partnership.
After shutting down their dining rooms due to the pandemic, Tucson family-owned Flores Concepts restaurants have all opened for both takeout and dine in.
Kasser Family Wing of Latin American Art opens to the public July 30, 2020. New safety protocols and procedures in place.
The Presidio Museum is slowly adding events back into its offerings after opening for limited hours in June. This month, the museum will offer its popular Turquoise Trail Tour as well as two evening movies.
Jamie Barton, Corinne Winters, Erin Wall, Artist-in-Residence Bryan Hymel and a World Premiere by Composer Jake Heggie headline the Ninth Annual Tucson Desert Song Festival: “Songs of Love.”