The new location is in the former home of Jax Kitchen.
Every year during the month of June, eegee's offers its coupon booklet, valued at up to $48, to customers who donate $7 to benefit a local not-for-profit organization. Each coupon book has one fifty-percent-off coupon for each month of the year.
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.
Ted’s Country Store, on North Tucson Boulevard near East Glenn Street, will close its doors for good at the end of business Saturday after nearly 34 years.
A traditional dinner platter at Yanni's The Little Greek: gyro, chicken souvlaki, Greek salad, rice pilaf and pita bread ($12.95). Bring cash or a checkbook - Yanni's doesn't accept credit cards.
If you're looking for high-brow, high-price-tag dining, then you won't be eating at Yanni's The Little Greek.
The intimate interior is comfy, bathed in white and blue with framed photos of Greece and mini capiz shell chandeliers.
Yanni Kranis brings out an order during dinner rush at Yanni's The Little Greek. Kranis and son Ryan have run the eastside restaurant for about a year.
Lamb shanks are seared and braised with tomatoes, onions and spices at J&J It's Greek to Me restaurant.
New owner and chef Jimmy Pastore serves up several Greek dishes at J&J It's Greek to Me restaurant in Catalina. Traditional dishes are about $15, while appetizers start at $4.50.
Photos of 1930s-era New York streets decorate Dominick's Real Italian restaurant, 8330 N. Thornydale Road. The owners sought menu advice from relatives in New York and Italy.
Today the much-anticipated Saint House Rum Bar opens downtown, one of several new ethnic restaurants that Tucson welcomed over the summer.
Pancakes are the quintessential weekend breakfast food.
"I'm so thrilled with it," says Joe Hess, owner of Ausperitea, of his experiments with fruit infusions for tea. Here he demonstrates how he mixes up his peach-apricot herbal tea with cantaloupe infusion.
Mikewati Hess watches her daughter Angelika, 2, play with a hat at Acacia Real Food & Cocktails, 3001 E. Skyline Drive, as Joe Hess experimented with fruit infusions.
Hess' daughter, Angelika, 2, especially enjoys any infused tea that's "really pretty," i.e., red or blue.
Most people associate comfort food with hearty, stick-to-your-ribs dishes.