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Have You Checked Out Tucson’s Newest Restaurants?


Opened in October in what used to be a Hawaiian restaurant, Cozy Corner Café’s proprietors Zacharias Rodriguez and Lisa Ann Sopher have a long history in Tucson. Lisa used to work at Joe’s Pancake House, and Zacharias is a former real estate agent in the area. Open for breakfast and lunch, comfort food like steak and eggs are already attracting regulars.

The Welcome Diner on E. Broadway opened in October and has a sister restaurant in Phoenix. Built in the 1960s, the location has some old bones, and it makes sense to “welcome” an Americana style diner into the mix. Both casual and gourmet options are on the menu, like steak Roquefort alongside fried chicken and biscuits.

Hungry Yet?

Solid Grindz is where you can get your 808 fix, with Hawaiian plate lunches fit for royalty. A food truck for the past two years, it’s about time this luau-themed restaurant got a brick-and-mortar location. Kalbi beef short ribs, panko-breaded shrimp and, of course, the musubi are musts.

The owner of the OBON Sushi Bar is opening another restaurant this month: Duck and Cover, an “elevated dive bar” pulsing with music and housed in the basement of the Chicago Music Bar. It’s a throwback to the speakeasy era and promises some serious bar grub.


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