The new restaurant will build on Reilly’s dozen years of burger creation with his namesake Lindy’s On Fourth, which he left in 2017. Reilly is curating a menu that explores what he calls the Tucson/Sonoran flavor profile including fire-roasting chiles and locally sourcing his meats and buns and other ingredients.
The longtime Tucson burger maven is bringing a taste of Tucson and Sonora to Thunder Bacon Burger Co.
Zagona juggled a career teaching psychology at the University of Arizona for 30 years and running the family's downtown Italian restaurant, Caruso's, for more than 40 years.
The family hopes to have new digs by the time they have to leave their home of 38 years in April.
The owners of Opa's Best on East Broadway say they are moving in to fill a culinary vacancy in Tucson's downtown.
The five-year-old downtown nanobrewery was the second Tucson brewery to close in a week.
Crooked Tooth has added a new toy to its brewing arsenal.
The owner says the fate of the pinball business is undetermined, but could include selling some machines and joining forces with other businesses.
& Gallery hopes to serve as a launching pad for up-and-coming Tucson artists.
Musicians brighten up the bustling downtown area while giving the performers a chance to hone their skills often for bigger stages.
Irene's Holy Donuts are set to open in early March on North Fourth Avenue.
Dense new projects are changing the heart of Tucson, but we can guide how they affect the city.
The three bookstore employees secured a loan and now need to raise enough funds for a purchase in May.
Lots of family-friendly alternatives to traditional trick-or-treating for Halloween.