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 Café 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. ( will open on January 16 – the same day it will host “Arpeggio: Jazz. Having dinner. Wine. ”In 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.


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