The Buffet's happy hour minute lost in the first round.
Event showcases the area's fine eats and drinks
Vincent Bianchi put extra effort into mustering support for the Arizona Daily Star’s Wing Madness competition.
Tucsonans seeking urban living now have more options.
Visitors to the Ten Fifty-Five Brewing Company taproom now have more time to enjoy the beer that they’ve ordered and more space in which to do it.
New kids on the block are throwing a green party.
Work is under way on the interior of the new Thunder Canyon Brewery at 220 E. Broadway downtown. General manager Jason Schneider says the new pub will have 40 taps, and while beer will not be brewed there initially, plans are for that to happen as soon as possible.
Paul Pedersen writes a monthly column on Tucson's beer scene.
The new Thunder Canyon Brewery is in an old warehouse downtown.
Bring out your holiday ugly.
With all the new joints billing themselves as gastropubs these days, it's easy to overlook the fact that a few places around town have been serving a variety of beer and pub grub for the past two decades.
After a round of golf, high school friends Rusty Soros, left, Rick Nakagaki and Mike Ryan share a meal and beer at the Thunder Canyon Brewery at the Foothills Mall, which has been serving its beer and pub grub for more than 14 years. Opening a second location downtown is planned for the fall.
Thunder Canyon Brewery offers a sampler of its beers, which can run the gamut from delicate lager to choke-it-down stout.