Tucson restaurants closing, opening, celebrating

Tucson restaurants closing, opening, celebrating Acacia Closing After 11 successful years in business, Chef Albert Hall and his wife (and co-owner) Lila Yamashiro have announced to their staff that they will close their award winning restaurant Acacia Real Food & Cocktails. A grand finale event will be held on May 15. It’s hard to say goodbye to a Tucson original. More Sauce Sauce Pizza & Wine will add a fourth restaurant to the Tucson dining scene with a location at 6450 E. Grant Road near Wilmot. The 3,200-square-foot space will be the first location in Tucson to open under the
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Tucson: 1055 Brewing Celebrates 3rd Anniversary – Feb. 6

If you’re not going to Savor, a mega food & beverage event at Tucson Botanical Garden and even if you are — chill out here celebrating three sudsy years at 1055 Brewing. Ten Fifty-Five Brewing has established a reputation for being innovative and nimble in creating their small-batch, hand-crafted brews. To celebrate the milestone, they will be holding a 3rd Anniversary Celebration from 2 to 10 PM at 3810 E. 44th Street (near Palo Verde) with plenty of free parking. In addition to some of their show-stopping suds that have become anchors on their line-up, such as the Leap Pale
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Super Bowl Food Safety Tips

Food Safety Tips for Super Bowl Sunday The nation is a buzz about Super Bowl Sunday on February 7. Parties are planned and beer is a brewing. It’s the second food-consuming day next to Thanksgiving. The first Super Bowl was played in 1967. Both tickets and commercials have gotten outrageously more expensive, with ticket costs increasing from $12 to more than $10,000 and the price of commercials rising from $42,000 to $5 million. Instead of university bands, the half time show now features top shelf entertainers performing in elaborate costumes with wardrobe malfunctions on impressive stages. Here are the four
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