Andi Berlin - This Is Tucson
You can find #ThisIsTucson's food writer Andi Berlin at a taqueria near you, taking tiny bites and furiously scribbling into an old notepad.
Our food writer Andi Berlin is leaving for the Arizona Republic after seven years in Tucson at the Arizona Daily Star. She looks back on some of her favorite dishes and friends she met along the way.
This is the most ambitious project yet from the team at Prep & Pastry. They're making fresh pasta and have an in-house charcuterie program where they're curing meats for you to eat on the patio.
Fresh fettuccine, $4.40 a twirl.
The sushi counter at Flora's Market Run is full of goodies like this tuna poke bowl and spicy tuna roll.
The produce section features lots of local products from Tucson farms.
This pistachio crusted halva, $13, from Seed + Mill is one of the most decadent candies you'll buy, but also one of the most rewarding.
You can take the housemade coppa (front) and beef bresaola out on the patio for a light afternoon snack.
These nostalgic eateries tell us a little about what The Old Pueblo tasted like half a century ago. People loved French fries, ice cream and pizza, kinda like they do now!