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    1912 Brewing Co
    The 1,000-square foot taproom also serves wine and mead, as well as a guest tap with breweries from across the state. Check out our website or facebook page for more information on events, what's on tap, and what food trucks are visiting.

    Of course, come by to relax and enjoy a nice local craft beer. 1912 often collaborates with other local breweries, so keep an eye out for their newest beer.
    Agustin Kitchen
    Agustin Kitchen offers a twist on new American and classic French cuisine. At AK, cocktails are handcrafted and local ingredients are front and center. Agustin proudly serves 100% sustainable proteins and sources organic and/or local produce and other goods whenever possible. An award-winning bar staff finds the niche in the menu with carefully created craft cocktails and house infusions. The kitchen crew works magic at this Downtown Tucson hot spot that takes sustainability seriously as it sends out tasty locavore lunches and sophisticated dinners, all at prices that are reasonable for what you get; a setting that’s a perfect mix of informal and beautiful and knowledgeable, friendly service complete the picture.
    Bamboo Ranch
    Bamboo Ranch is a specialty bamboo farm and nursery featuring 100 species of desert grown bamboo plants, both runners and non-invasive clumpers. Visits by appointment. Expert advice. 30 years experience growing bamboo in the Southwest desert.

    Visitors enjoy a tour of the gardens and nursery with views of different desert grown species of bamboo including Elegant Bamboo, Sea Breeze, Golden Bamboo, Giant Timber and many others. Plants come with full planting and care instructions and other written information.

    Bamboo is a giant woody grass, and like other grasses comes in running and clumping forms. Many species are cold hardy, some are tropical. Most are heat tolerant and thrive in full sun and are very efficient with water.
    Café Marcel Creperie & Espresso Bar is now open and ready to serve you the most delicious, scrumptious, awesome, super fantastic, innovative crepes (European pancakes filled with yummy sweet or savory stuff) Tucson has ever had the good fortune to encounter. Our crepes change fast – we keep the ones that you love, and retire the ones that you are not yet ready for – we are open for suggestions and we are more than willing to mix and match whatever your taste buds happen to crave.
    Hamilton Distillers
    Whiskey del Bac is handmade by Hamilton Distillers in small batches using a copper pot-still and house-malted, mesquite-smoked barley. Three desert single-malt whiskeys made in Tucson.

    In 2006, while drinking Scotch and barbecuing with mesquite scraps from our custom furniture company, Arroyo Design, we had a thought. Why couldn’t we malt barley over mesquite instead of peat, as they do in Scotland, for a single-malt whiskey with a flavor distinctive to the American Southwest?

    Arroyo Design had started with a similar question: Why couldn’t we take this wild and spectacular wood from right here in the Sonoran Desert and make it into fine furniture, instead of using exotics from the rain forest? Arroyo Design came to be a nationally recognized and much-published design and manufacturing company, thanks to the use of old-world joinery, careful wood selection and uncompromising attention to detail.

    Unable to shake the concept of a Sonoran Desert single-malt, Stephen began learning how to make whiskey, starting with a 5 gallon alembic pot-still from Portugal. While getting that process down, he also began learning how to malt barley, first using 6-row cattle-feed barley from nearby Coolidge, AZ, and later 2-row malting barley from Southern Colorado.

    Whiskey Del Bac is available at multiple bars, restaurants, and retail stores in Arizona. Check the website for locations.
    La Estrella Bakery
    Mexican cuisine is about more than just tacos and burritos – discover the sweet side of south of the border! At La Estrella Bakery we specialize in pastries, breads, cookies, tortillas and more.

    At the Mercado San Agustin: A Tucson staple with yummy traditional Mexican pastries and pan dulce you won’t find anywhere else in town.
    We bake on a daily basis an assortment of baked goods, from conchas (pan de huevo) to cochitos, from empanadas (with different fillings) to pan fino.

    Our original location can be found at:5266 S. 12th Ave Tucson, AZ 85706
    MAST Tucson
    A local lifestyle boutique. Specializing in handmade jewelry, leather goods, accessories, home goods & select furnishings. The three co-owners create the lion’s share of the stock, artfully curating an enticing selection from fellow designers and artisans.

    Founded in 2009, MAST has become known in Tucson as the shop that sells 'genuine radical' wares. Specializing in handmade jewelry, leather goods, accessories, home goods & select furnishings.

    The collaboration is comprised of artisans Mellow Dawn Lund, Sofie Albertsen Gelb and Tasha Bundy. Their varied backgrounds contribute to a combined aesthetic that produces compelling goods, immaculately executed. They are the creators of the lion's share of the stock and artfully curate an enticing selection from fellow independent designers and artisans.

    The themes are evocative of odd ephemera and modern artful gems. Their collection of products are tied seamlessly together with a vision to make your home, yourself and the world more lovely.
    Mercado San Agustin
    Our goal is to be a reflection of the community we love, Tucson. Our open air courtyard is lined with shops, restaurants and services that embody the Tucson vibe. Eat, drink, shop, relax & enjoy the many special events such as our Thursday afternoon farmers market and weekend brunch.

    Fostering local growth.

    The mission of the MSA is to support local business entrepreneurs with a focus on local foods and artisan made goods. The Mercado San Agustin Philanthropic Fund was established to give back to the community. The fund offers a variety of opportunities including the support and education of aspiring entrepreneurs. Partnerships with like minded organizations like the Community Food Bank and MicroBuisness Advancement Center help further this goal. Our commercial kitchen plays a pivotal role in incubating business growth. For more info on our fund, please contact info@mercadosanagustin.com.

    An old world ‘new’ facility. Green is good!

    MSA was built in 2010 with a goal to conserve resources in our desert environment. MSA is posed to achieve LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold status from the United States Green Build Council. We hold ourselves to a higher design standard and have included water harvesting, solar panels and rastra block walls into our ‘desert’ smart design. MSA mixes modern green architecture with old world charm.

    Sustainable neighborhood & future plans.

    Located within the newly developed Mercado District of Menlo Park and the future Mission District, the MSA has the benefit of being located in Tucson’s most beautiful new mixed-use transit oriented neighborhoods. With the Tucson Modern Streetcar stop just a few steps from our entrance, we are part of Tucson’s expanding city center. The builders of the Mercado District lovingly claim that they are building a future historic district. The Mission District future plans include dense mixed-use development that will offer mixing housing, retail and commercial spaces furthering the synergy of a downtown revival.
    Mission Garden is a living agricultural museum of Sonoran Desert-adapted heritage fruit-trees, traditional local heirloom crops and edible native plants. We are a non-profit volunteer-based educational organization and our primary mission is to preserve, transmit and revive the region’s rich agricultural heritage by growing a series of garden plots that are representative of the more than 4000 years of continuous cultivation in the Tucson Basin.
    Santa Cruz River Farmers' Market
    Fresh, sustainably grown foods from local farmers. Arizona fruits and vegetables, free-range meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, and natural plant products! Live music, cooking demonstrations, children’s activities, and free workshops. A great place to get to know your community! An enterprise of the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
    Seis Kitchen & Catering
    Presenting upscale award-winning Regional Mexican Cuisine from six culinary regions of Mexico at Mercado San Agustin..

    We invite you into the Seis kitchen to experience the sights, sounds and smells of Mexico’s beloved street food at its finest—warm, handmade tortillas, hot off the griddle quesasdillas, fire-roasted salsas or artisan tortas, Seis Style, inspired from ""SEIS"" culinary regions of Mexico!
    Our Mission: Eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
    Our Vision: We are creating a community of change makers who are working to build a world without racism, where women are empowered and where everyone enjoys peace, justice, freedom and dignity.

    What is The Café @ the YW?

    The Cafe at the YW is a new social enterprise providing excellent hot, cold and specialty beverages, pastries and catering for events at the YW; The Café provides value-priced, socially progressive, wholesome dining, using the freshest local ingredients available all while supporting the mission of the YWCA Tucson. The Café offers a culinary program to provide job training to at-risk young women.
    Zinman's Food Shop
    Zinman's Food Shop processes and distributes primarily local produce in season and whole grains.

    Zinman’s Food Shop is only 3 minutes from the Speedway exit off I-10. Go east on Speedway to Main Avenue Turn south [right] on Main and go to University Blvd. [If you are traveling with a dog, Estevan Park to your right off Main is a great place for walkies in some the shade. And remember that dogs always drink for free at Zinman’s Food Shop!] Turn east [left] on University and go to 9th avenue, Turn south [right] on 9th avenue and go one block to 4th street, Turn west [right] on 4th street and park. Find us on the south side of the street. If you are a long distance trucker, you might want to phone or message ahead for curbside service. Then we can run the food out for you and you don’t have to park. There is a ten percent surcharge for curbside service.

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