Wilko

Wilko 2 .5 out 5 for Wilko. We can’t recommend the food but we love the space and the bar of this Tucson restaurant. Nonetheless we actually hope they make it and stick around. After a couple of visits to Wilko, our feelings on it remain mixed. We will return for drinks because the bar,…

Reviewing Pita Jungle with a Monkey Burger twist

Pita Jungle It’s called tongs people! Guest reviewer LaBash, which is French for wa bam, gives Pita Jungle the coveted Zero out of Zero stars. Congrats Pita Jungle on the elite status. The only way to score a zero is to, as they say, “not get the food on the plate.” We rate them an…

Boca taco tucson food review by tucson Eats Dinner

Boca Tacos and sauces

Boca Tacos and Sauces On Speedway, we give it a 4 out 5 and it’s probable you will run in to us, ’cause we are going back.’ In this review of Tucson’s Boca, we visit a Funky little bohemian gastro taqueria. “Our tacos are awesome man!” said the sign out front.  I’ve whizzed by Boca…

Lovin’ Spoonfuls Vegetarian

Lovin’ Spoonfuls A 5 out of 5 Located between Opa! and Sauce, on Campbell, Lovin’ Spoonfuls is strategically placed among several  other places to eat, innocently attracting your curiosity, until you just have to try it.  We did and you should, too. About eight years ago, as a chef for the Colorado Mountain Ranch I…

CSA Community Sourced Agriculture Tucson

CSA Tucson A+ Awesome Renewing our efforts to eat better, we set out armed with the certainty that fresh, non-Monsanto, locally sourced foods are more delicious and better for us and for the community where we live.  We picked up our first “share” of vegetables from Tucson’s CSA – Community Supported Agriculture- this past Tuesday…

Cafe Poca Cosa

Cafe Poca Cosa C- (the only thing that saves them is the place is beautiful) 2 out of 5 stars It was a Saturday date night when we found ourselves welcomed to the colorful flair and lively ambiance of downtown Tucson’s Cafe Poca Cosa before walking over to the Rialto to catch Kathleen Madigan’s  comedy…

The Parish

The Parish B++ 4 out of 5 Addictive, surprising, authentic, new yet familiar, and deliciously seedy like a New Orleans back street bar and restaurant should be. The chef blends flavors that playfully trick their way onto your palate. Is this Tucson/Southwest influenced by New Orleans or the other way around? Who cares when it’s…