UA area restaurant was target of student petition.
Chicken fingers restaurant to donate opening day proceeds to Tucson Boys & Girls Clubs.
LongHorn's second location here opens in August.
California chain jumps into Tucson's growing fast-casual pizza market.
Grand opening includes $2 sub deal — but only if you have a coupon.
The quarterly meeting of retirees in the California Public Employees’ Retirement System will be held July 16 at Coco’s, 6095 E. Broadway.
An upstart California fast-casual pizza chain is booming into the Tucson market with plans to open at least five locations over the next three years.
Longtime Mexican seafood restaurant has been a mainstay on North First Avenue for more than two decades.
That makes five outposts of burger chain.
Downtown's newest burger joint is cool and yummy.
Playful Day of the Dead figures greet customers heading into Mother Hubbard's Cafe. Kelzi Bartholomaei has quietly and steadily transformed Mother Hubbard's from its diner-dive reputation into one of the area's most inventive kitchens.
Kelzi Bartholomaei often sketches out dishes that she'll later place on her menu at Mother Hubbard's. The restaurant is mostly gluten-free, adhering to the Native American tradition.
Kelzi Bartholomaei discovered Mother Hubbard's Cafe 30 years ago the same way most people did: cheap breakfast. For under a buck - coffee not included - diners could get two eggs, hash browns and toast.
After spending the majority of the past 23 years traveling internationally as a marketing executive, Michael Lanz says it was time to do something different with his life.
Head pizzaiolo Joseph Tellez at Falora works out a circle of dough that will be topped with just tomatoes, basil and mozzarella for the Margherita ($13), a classic Neapolitan pizza. It will be baked in a wood-burning pizza oven from Italy.
The pizza chef at Falora Pizza + Espresso doesn't seem to mind.
Falora is dressing up its Neopolitan pizzas with red, white and blue ingredients for the Fourth.
Former University of Arizona and NFL kicker turned Tucson restaurant owner, Max Zendejas, was indicted in Pima County Superior Court on damage and theft charges related to his recently closed UA area restaurant.