Tucson restaurant gets exclusive contract to sell Mexican food at UA sporting events.
Buy two gift certificates, get two free today and Friday at both Tucson restaurants.
The three-day weekend didn’t keep Tucson’s salsa fans from voting for their favorites in the second round of Caliente’s Salsa Madness competition. The competition was fierce as top-tiered restaurant dynasties and local hotspots continued to fall.
The Flores family behind Tucson’s legendary El Charro restaurants and the sassy sister Sir Veza’s Taco Garage is making inroads into Southern California.
Tucson’s Flores family, which runs the El Charro Cafés and Sir Veza’s Taco Garage, has opened a 10,000-square-foot restaurant at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
The Flores family, Tucson’s first family of Mexican-food restaurants, is straying far from its roots with its newest venture.
Sbarro pizzeria plans 2nd spot at Tucson Mall
Omar's, El Charro get the spotlight.
After 17 years, it will move out to make way for CVS drug store.
Martina and Álvaro León stand in the lobby of their newest Dairy Queen, under construction at 6550 S. Midvale Park Road at West Valencia Road. They also own the Dairy Queen at Tanque Verde and Kolb roads, and say they are the only Latino owners of Dairy Queens in Southern Arizona.
For Álvaro and Martina León, the American Dream lies at the corner of Valencia and Midvale.
Birthday deals good until 9 p.m. today.
Historic Mexican restaurant also is offering free $90 gift card with the purchase of a $90 gift card today and Wednesday.