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eegee’s restaurant opens at Orange Grove and Oracle Road in Tucson

eegee's staff by SearchNetMedia
eegee’s staff, a photo by SearchNetMedia on Flickr.

We had the privilege of being invited to the “Family and Friends” event at the NEW eegee’s in the shopping center, in the SE corner of Orange Grove and Oracle today. Great food and a wonderful friendly staff. Some of our “Arizona Photographer” photos are displayed inside, so stop on in and enjoy great food and service, and interesting photos.

Tucsonans enjoying sushi on a comfortable winter night

People were out at La Encantada Shopping Center in Tucson’s Catalina Foothills tonight enjoying food and drinks. University of Arizona Head Football Coach Mike Stoops was one of them. There are several places to eat and drink, including RA Sushi, North, Armitage Wine Lounge & Café, Blanco Tacos and Tequila, Firebird’s Wood Fired Grill, Red Velvet Cupcakery, Frost, and AJ’s Fine Foods (where they have a nice fireplace outside).


RA Sushi Bar
Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Acacia restaurant opens it’s doors in the Catalina Foothills

Their last day open at their St. Philips location was Thursday, January 13th. They opened the new Acacia just yesterday on Friday, January 14th. They are now located at Gallery Row, 3001 E. Skyline Drive. Find them on the Northeast corner of Skyline and Campbell.

New digs, new menu, same quality food and drink. We had the mahi-mahi tacos with a roasted jalapeno pepper, and calamari tonight. Both were excellent. They have the best view in Tucson, overlooking the city lights from nearly 3000 feet above sea level in the Catalina Foothills.

How Frosty the Snowman starts his day in Tucson

Tucson McDonald’s

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Downtown Tucson Mexican cuisine at Cafe Poca Cosa

You will find delicious Mexican cuisine at Cafe Poca Cosa on Pennington Street in downtown Tucson. Upscale, yet casual atmosphere. Friendly, attentive, and informed staff. We recommend the Chef’s sample plate if you visit for lunch.

Downtown Tucson

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

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Copper Country Antiques ‘Treasure’ Map

Shop from your desk with this treasure map of Copper Country Antiques in Tucson Arizona.

Click on the booth, or case number and it’s just as though you were standing right there in front of it. Pictures are updated often, so check back.

From antique furniture to Zebra rugs, it is packed full of all sorts of interesting things.

Phone (520)326-0167 to see if an item is still available and just tell them the booth number. They will ship to you.

Over Easy – Tasty food in North Scottsdale

Over Easy

Originally uploaded by SearchNetMedia

Delicious food and warm atmosphere. There is an Over Easy in the Arcadia area of Phoenix, but a wonderful Over Easy in North Scottsdale near the Ice Den.

Copper Country Antiques Virtual Map

Copper Country Antiques

Originally uploaded by visualriver

This is a great place to shop, walk, and get out of the heat. You can even start your shopping trip right now by looking at a MAP of Copper Country Antiques. We will be updating it soon with the links so that you may view each booth and case.

If you are not here in Tucson Arizona, call them at 520-326-0167 and they will check to see if an item is still available. Just tell them which booth, or case number it is in from the map. They’ll ship it to you.

What’s on the Menu in Tucson today? for some great things to see and do.

In-N-Out in Casa Grande, Arizona – Simple All-American Menu

If you are traveling between Tucson and Phoenix-Scottsdale (or you live in Casa Grande), we highly recommend this efficient, friendly, simple and delicious hamburger restaurant, the renowned In-N-Out Burger in Casa Grande, Arizona. It’s just off I-10 at the new Promenade at Casa Grande.

How simple is this menu? Their food is consistent and delicious. Their service is friendly and fast. And if you remember the “old days”, you will love this place.

Visit Casa Grande and America’s Menus for more favorite places to eat.

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