Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance in partnership with Visit Tucson Announce the First Annual Tucson 23 Mexican Food Festival – Celebrating the Best Mexican Food North of the Border
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Mexican cuisine is known around the world for its intense and varied flavors, colorful presentation, and variety of spices. The country’s fertile resources have enriched Mexican cuisine with diverse regional cuisines from Oaxacan molè to the conchinita pilil of the Yucatan. With an enhanced mission to provide a comprehensive cultural experience to its patrons, title sponsor Visit Tucson, in collaboration with the Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance present The Tucson 23, celebrating ‘The Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food in America’. The Tucson 23 will bring together some of Tucson’s most authentic Mexican restaurants at this unique culinary event, celebrating the tradition and richness of the flavors of Mexico.
Embark on a culinary marathon of Tucson’s delectable Mexican restaurants on Saturday, June 18th, at 6 PM at the JW Marriott Starr Pass. The Tucson 23 will bring together the restaurants from the Best 23 Miles of Mexican Food in America, highlighting dishes you’ve heard of, like tacos, burritos, and enchiladas, and some you may be experiencing for the first time like caramelos, toritos, and raspados. Or sink your teeth into a world famous Sonoran Hot Dog!
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