RESTAURANT NOTEBOOKby Dina L. Doolen on Jul. 04, 2007, under Local, Taste
Robert Ramos Sr. says his R&R Bar-B-Que Co. expects one of its busiest days today.
The year-old catering business has a concession contract at Tucson Electric Park, which tonight hosts a Tucson Sidewinders’ game followed by Fourth of July fireworks.
Ramos, a Tucson native and chef for 23 years, says he and his son, Robert Ramos Jr., have their own “Tucson-style” barbecue and specialize in pulled pork, baby back ribs and brisket.
For more information, go to rrbarbque.com or call 258-9994 or 258-9995.
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Martyn Meisner opened Caffe Lucé, 943 E. University Blvd. (207-5504) last month. . . .
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Paradise Bakery, 845 N. Park Ave., in October.
The Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Gala brought in $80,000 to $100,000, according to museum officials.
The annual fundraiser, chaired by Holly Gardner and Amy Draper, was held April 29 and featured Ocotillo Café executive chef Martin Coy’s special menu highlighting native plants and regional flavors.
The museum, 2021 N. Kinney Road, is open daily 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. March through September.