Cajun vs. Creole? There is a difference

Arizona Daily Star
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. 

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The 10 Best Bars In Oro Valley, Tucson

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.

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The Parish Celebrates 5 Year Anniversary, Launches Sunday Brunch

Tucson Foodie
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.

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Sneak Peek at Parish’s House Fermented Hot Sauces and Kimchi

Tucson Foodie
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.”

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Travis Peters from The Parish on redneck sushi, life at the goat farm

Arizona Daily Star
It wasn’t a love of long hours, hot kitchens and sharp knives that attracted Travis Peters to life in the restaurant business. He was driven by base desires. He was a hungry kid, and his mother was a lousy cook.

“My mom was a terrible cook. She was just awful, so if we wanted to eat anything outside of her five menu items, we had to come up with it ourselves,” said co-owner and executive chef at The Parish.

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Let’s be peppers at The Parish

Tucson Local Media
W
hen Chef Travis Peters wants to integrate the flavors of prune, ginger, clove, and nutmeg into a dish, his first thought is whether there’s a doctor in the house.

Encouragingly, for both Peters and his patrons, there’s rarely a time when a doctor isn’t on duty at his Northwest side gastropub.

Dr. Pepper, I presume.

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Happy Hour Pick of the Week: The Parish

Tucson Foodie
At the northwest corner of Orange Grove Road and Oracle Road is an unexpected foodie paradise.

For one, Sushi on Oracle is one of Tucson’s hidden gems for an agedashi tofu and sushi fix.

But if smoke and spice are what you seek, look into the fiery cuisine next door at The Parish, a southern gastropub and our happy hour pick of the week.

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Gluten-FREEstyle At The Parish With Lacey & Suede

Tucson Foodie
Think “Southern-style gastropub.”

Fish and chips, hushpuppies, cornbread, po’ boy sandwiches, bread pudding and sweet tea are a comfort foodie’s dream. If you’re a foodie with a gluten intolerance, however, it probably evokes panic.

Enter The Parish, a gastropub on the Northwest side featuring Southern-style dishes with a twist. The best part? The menu clearly denotes items that can be prepared gluten free. *Insert squealing and a happy dance*

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Southern restaurant makes a Moscow Mule, with rum

Arizona Daily Star
Let’s get this straight: I came for the bacon-wrapped frog legs, the Andouille sausage gumbo and the adobo pork “bunhugger.” Not for the cocktail list. The last thing I expected to find at The Parish, the north side’s gourmet Southern restaurant and gastropub, was a Caribbean version of the Moscow mule.

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The 7 Best Burger Stops in Tucson

Where Travelers Magazine
Some are piled high with rich and juicy (and sometimes fried) toppings with sweet and savory sauces, others are health-conscious, vegetarian and grass-fed, but all are enticingly delicious. For those seeking Tucson's best burger bites, bun-ended platters at these seven stops should be thoroughly tested.

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The Parish expanding space and workforce

Arizona Daily Star
The Parish, Tucson’s go-to source for Southern fusion cuisine, is dramatically increasing in size this month.

Parish owners Steve Dunn, Bryce Zeagler and chef Travis Peters have taken over the space next door, which will expand their restaurant by 1,000 square feet, Zeagler said.

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At gastropub, art comes free on side

Arizona Daily Star
Melissa Almquist, who frequents the Southern fusion gastropub The Parish, likes a side of art with her steak salad.

The restaurant, which opened in 2011, rotates art exhibitions in its dining room every three months. The current exhibit, dubbed Lens Flare, showcases the work of University of Arizona photography students.

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Best. Burgers. Ever.

Arizona Daily Star
This Southern fusion gastropub on Tucson's northwest side received overwhelming support from patrons for its signature Parish Burger, which comes covered in blue cheese, bacon, Dijon mustard and a red onion marmalade.

The restaurant topped Caliente's online Facebook poll with more than 300 votes.

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Culinary Awards 2013

Tucson Lifestyle
Several months ago, we asked you, our readers, to send us your opinions about the best restaurants in Tucson. You voted for your favorites in categories ranging from American to Thai, as well as specialty dining running the gamut from best view to best wine list. Some of the selections will come as a surprise; others rank among Tucson’s longtime favorites.

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Parish supports Movember with Stache Bash

Arizona Daily Star
Mustaches - they're not just for faces anymore. Curled at the ends, thick, thin, no matter the 'stache style, they're all in. And recently, they've been popping up everywhere - on mugs, clothes, even phone cases.

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Tucson's Parish joins in Big Easy celebration

Arizona Daily Star
OK, first things first: Nobody really stormed New Orleans' Sazerac Bar in 1949.

The women who bravely sat on bar stools with cocktails in front of them — something you rarely saw in those days outside of Mardi Gras — were models brought in by Seymour Weiss, the inventive manager of the Roosevelt Hotel where the Sarezac was located.

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