Refrigeration failure forced the store to close today.
Downtown Tucson could see the opening of its first full-service grocery store in 42 years by December.
After a fire forced it to close more than nine months ago, Rincon Market hopes to reopen its doors at the end of April following a $750,000 restoration project.
An electrical malfunction in attic wiring was the cause of a fire at the Rincon Market on Tuesday, the Tucson Fire Department says.
An electrical malfunction was the cause of a fire at the Rincon Market on Tuesday.
A fire that broke out during the lunch rush at Rincon Market closed the midtown neighborhood establishment indefinitely Tuesday.
Kelly Abbott of the popular Rincon Market in midtown works on a table setting at the Stardance Event Center. She and Ron Abbott recently bought the facility, which is on the edge of the Tucson Mountains.
Rincon Market has always been more than a neighborhood grocery store.