Sandy Ford gets full ownership of Foothills restaurant.
Thirty-two restaurants will face off for breakfast dominance.
Once-popular college hot spot near UA features memorabilia.
Tucson’s culinary landscape just got a little more exotic.
The Tucson Citizen called the Twin Flames a "fancy nitery" when it opened in 1955 at 5150 E. Speedway. It featured a well-stocked bar, soft chairs, a flaming brazier flanked by rocking chairs, a grand piano and organ entertainment. Hours listed as 9 a.m. to "legal closing." In 1958, owner Ph…
People don’t seem to mind waiting at Prep & Pastry.
Five local eateries failed health inspections in April but passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know:
The Abbey in the Foothills reopened Friday afternoon, a day after a creditor seized the restaurant and locked out the operators after they fell three months behind in paying off a delinquent debt.
A Tucson construction company that renovated a foothills restaurant three years ago took control of the restaurant Thursday after the owner fell behind in paying the remaining $30,000 of the bill.
The McDonald’s at 1711 E. Speedway, near the University of Arizona, will be razed and replaced with a new restaurant featuring more contemporary design, infrastructure and equipment.
Downtown restaurant morphs into bar at night.
Sheri Siesennop thinks she might have taken on more than she bargained for when she was named Tucson Originals executive director late last month.
Three Tucson eateries and a grocery store in Ajo failed Pima County health inspections in February. The Tucson businesses passed follow-up inspections. Here’s what you need to know:
There was no warning before Friday night closing.
Thinking about passing up that gourmet food truck in the parking lot for the cleaner restaurant down the street? Think again.
The city is looking to raze the dilapidated building on East Broadway that once housed Panda Buffet.
Ike’s on Speedway
to close on Sunday
Brian Metzger is closing his 5½-year-old, financially troubled Jax Kitchen on the northwest side and opening a new restaurant in the Foothills.
The study found that if these places vanished, kids still would be heating up frozen pizza, eating chips and drinking sugar-sweetened sodas.