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Street:
6910 E. Sunrise
ZIP:
85750
City:
Tucson
State:
AZ
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Established in 1922 by our beloved Tia Monica Flin, El Charro Café of Tucson, Arizona is The Nation’s Oldest Mexican Restaurant in continuous operation by the same family. Our Tia Monica, a true entrepreneur and burgeoning chef, came to Tucson via France in the 1800’s when her father Jules, a famous stone-mason, was commissioned to build the city’s pristine St. Augustine Cathedral. Jules, whose signature work can be seen throughout Tucson’s Historic District, also built the families residence in 1896. This same building is now home to the Original Downtown El Charro Café location on Court Avenue.

El Dorado Park
Website:
http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/parks/e...
Street:
2311 N Miller Rd
ZIP:
85257
City:
Scottsdale
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
2

Description:

Features 60 acres, Community Center & Gym, Basketball court (indoor & outdoor), Greenbelt multi-use path, Lake for fishing, Swimming pool, Three ball fields (lighted), Wedge Skate Park, Two playgrounds, Ramadas, Picnic areas, Soccer field, Sand volleyball court (lighted), and Restrooms.

Reservations can be made for picnic areas, ramadas and rooms by calling the Facility Booking office at 480-312-7707.

El Guero Canelo - N Tucson
Website:
http://elguerocanelo.com/
Street:
2480 N Oracle Rd
ZIP:
85705
City:
Tucson
State:
AZ
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
1

Description:

Guero Canelo is a Tucson classic with the best carne asada in town.

Their burritos are huge - stuffed with flawlessly charred beef, pinto beans, and finely shredded cabbage. Their salsa bar is well-stocked with a solid variety of salsas and all the fixings.

Ultimately, Guero Canelo is a beloved institution in Tucson, and certainly worth the visit you're passing through town.

El Oso Mine Road
City:
Fort McDowell
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
2

Description:

Four Peak, south of Hwy87 from FR143

The Four Peaks area and the El Oso Mine trail is a great place to explore within a short drive from Phoenix. I wanted to lead a trail for the 4x4wire Arizona Isuzu and Mitsubishi group, and felt that this trail would make the perfect introduction. We met at the start of the El Oso (four peaks) road, with everyone showing up at about 9:30. We made introductions and started to air down in preparation for the 18 mile drive on the graded road (designated FR143). This area is popular for all OHV users, so quads and trail bikes are to be expected, especially close to the highway.

Climb in elevation in the Mazatzal Mountains on FR143. This road eventually ends at Punkin Center NW of Theodore Roosevelt Lake. The trail rises to over 5,000' and reaches a saddle at Pine Mountain. This is where FR422 (Edwards Trail) heads north leaving FR143. This road is still tame and has a few steep climbs, but traction is good. At FR463 (N33 44.741 W111 22.175 NAD83) we left the main the El Oso mine trail (FR422) and start on the Joline Mine trail. This is where all of the challenges are encountered.

Within a few hundred yards of FR463, the trail yields some challenges, including some nice slabs that will test the suspension travel of the vehicle. This portion of the trail runs along a ridge overlooking Big Pine Flat, with some nice views. This area was damaged by fire many years ago, and is now just recovering. The brush here is very tight, and is the worst you will find throughout the loop.

Famous Dave's - Mesa
Street:
1011 North Dobson Road
ZIP:
85201
City:
Mesa
State:
Arizona
Country:
United States
Events-Published:
0
Events-Archived:
2

Description:

Authentic BBQ starts in a live-wood smoker stoked with genuine hickory logs. Our pit masters hand-rub the meats with a custom blend of spices and cook for hours to extract the natural flavors.

Before we serve our ribs, we pull them out of the smoker and toss them on the grill to caramelize the sauces, creating a chagrined sweetness on the outside locking in the deep-down smokey flavor.

We're passionate bout BBQ–and honored that BBQ lovers from coast to coast continue to select us as America's best.

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