Boutique Hotel, Wine Tasting Room and New Bar Arrive in Downtown Tucson | Subscriber
The New Year will see a new downtown boutique hotel and wine tasting room and the laid-back punk-rock cousin of popular Tucson’s Bayou-inspired restaurant, The Parish.
They will be in good company with La Chingada Cocina Mexicana, who has moved from their one-year-old home to 31 N. Scott Ave. in the former CafÃ© Poca Cosa space on East Pennington Street in November.
The trio will join the vibrant and ever-expanding downtown entertainment district, which includes its renowned concert halls, the Fox Tucson Theater, Rialto Theater and Club Congress, as well as a handful of laid-back bars and restaurants. , including the month-old Little Love Burger at 312th Congress St.
Here’s what you need to know about new businesses and what’s coming downtown.
The Citizen Hotel, 82 S. Stone Ave. (thecitizenhoteltucson.com) will open on January 16 – the same day it will host âArpeggio: Jazz. Having dinner. Wine. âIn conjunction with HSL Properties Tucson Jazz Festival. This event will feature jazz performances by guitarist Howard Alden and flamenco-inspired Tucson trio Andaluz with Nathaniel Burnside, Pete Swan and Evan Dain, as well as casual bites offered on the three floors of the 10-room hotel.