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Chef Travis Peters of The Parish is one of four local chefs participating in the Tucson City of Gastronomy Chefs on a Global Stage event that will focus on regional cuisine.
The Cooking Channel’s new show Late Nite Eats will showcase Tucson restaurants at 8 p.m. Mountain time on Thursday, November 30.
The show features chef Jordan Andino on the hunt for restaurants with a standout late-night food scene. He meets with the restaurant chefs to learn about their takes on late-night dining.
Although the burger might have roots in Germany, not many other foods can be considered more American.
Some folks prefer it simple as a cheeseburger, while others push boundaries with toppings.
Regardless of your preference, Tucson offers a wide variety of well-executed burgers at various price points. Without further ado, below are our picks for the best burgers in Tucson. For 2017.
French fry fanatics everywhere have conflicting definitions of what makes the best guilt-inducing fry. The few factors that have reached a consensus? Crispy, of course. Golden-brown and sprinkled with salt, no doubt.
Although Iron Chef Tucson recently concluded, competitors Michael Elefante from Mama Louisa’s and Travis Peters from the Parish both take great pride in the peach dishes they created for the event.
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Tucson's original southern restaurant featured in the Arizona Daily Star. The Parish on North Oracle Road has New Orleans-inspired gumbo, crawfish hush puppies and a po'boy among its menu of burgers, sandwiches and drool-worthy bar bites.
The Culture Trip
This Southern fusion gastropub offers American craft beers, flavorful cocktails and award-winning Southern cuisine. Signature cocktails are created with their house infused spirits, and happy hour runs from 4PM-6PM every weekday. The now renovated space is casual enough for a relaxing evening. Consistently serving interesting varieties on cocktails, its a go-to spot for drinks in northwest Tucson.
The Parish Gastropub will be celebrating five years in business on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22.
The two-day celebration will feature live music from rhythm and blues pianist and singer Mr. Boogie Woogie from 9 p.m. to midnight on Friday. And on Saturday night, guests can enjoy Wooden Tooth Records spinning vinyl from 9:30 p.m. to midnight.
Tomatoes taste best fresh off the vine, but peppers turn magical with time.
Peppers on their own are simple with their flavor and heat. With the help of lactobacillus and a brine solution, the peppers ferment into a tangy hot sauce with marvelously complex flavors. No added vinegar is needed.
At the Parish, co-owner and executive chef Travis Peters isn’t afraid to play around with flavors when it results in something tasty enough to lick off the plate.
“I’ve always been a huge fan of fermented foods,” Peters said. “Kraut, fish sauces, beer, and kimchi are so amazing.”
Drink in honor of gender equality with a $6 Sazerac cocktail at Stormin’ the Sazerac at the Parish 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 20 through midnight Friday, September 23.