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Today 7AM–10PM
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444 E University Blvd Tucson, AZ 85705
444 East University BoulevardUSArizonaTucson85705
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$Italian Restaurant, Cafe
Italian Restaurant
Cafe
Deli
Market
Today 7AM–10PM
Friday 7AM–10PMSaturday 7AM–10PMSunday 7AM–10PMMonday 7AM–10PMTuesday 7AM–10PMWednesday 7AM–10PMThursday 7AM–10PM
A neighborhood market since 1919, we bring specialty goods to the table: craft beers, esoteric fine wine, wood-fired pizza, espresso, and artisan hand-crafted organic natural yeast breads. We sell organic produce and use it for our restaurant in sandwiches, salads and pizzas. We are committed to honest communication about sourcing, and enjoy featuring local farms in our menu. Through the foods we make and sell we connect our staff, producers, the environment, and you - keeping alive the tradition of the small neighborhood market as an expression of community.
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Grocery store setting for grub such as pizza & subs, with an espresso bar & beer on tap too.- Google
"But then you add wood fired pizza, great sandwiches, and draft beer."
"What's not to love about a great neighborhood store with awesome wine selection."
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Hany Alassaf
4 months ago
I usually come to this place, food is really nice. The place would be great for work groups or friends meeting. Service is fine but prices somehow high a little bit. I recommend you guys trying chicken salad :-).
Elijah Peterson
8 months ago
This is a really neat place and the prices aren't nearly as high as you would expect. I'm from NY and there's something about it that definitely gives it a "big city" vibe. Whatever, the pizzas are great, bear selection (from the Market) is solid. Good place.
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Jason VanHoesen
2 months ago
I wouldn't shop here for groceries, but I do come here often for their delicious pizza and bagels. It's a nice place to stop and have a bite if you're riding your bike in the area.
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Brian Kemp
6 months ago
Convenient. Pricey. Good atmosphere. Horrible pizza
Yukie Andrada
2 weeks ago
The bread in time market is wonderful but they won't slice for you. They told me fresh bread is too soft to slice so they use day old bread for the sandwiches.
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Jamie Louise Storey
3 months ago
I've been here before but I was pretty upset about what just happened. I ordered the Caprese salad. There was four pieces of mozzarella cheese, one tomato, and five pieces of lettuce, and I paid 9 dollars.The dressing was absolutely terrible. Before I ordered, I asked the cashier if it would be filling, she told me that it was "pretty filling". Who is this filling for? A small child? Totally overpriced. I used to like this place and now I won't eat here again. I guess its "hipster" in the fact that they over charge for nothing.
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Emerson Breitenstein
9 months ago
The food is good, but the attitude there is terrible. They claim to close at 10pm, but if you come after 8pm, they will only begrudgingly serve you. In a discussion with management, I was told that some items they will not serve after 7pm. They were condescending, acting like I'm crazy to think that to be an odd policy. The trouble is (and I've been a customer of theirs for years) they've become too full of themselves. They think they are uber hip, and only want to cater to hipsters. Most of the organic grocery items can be found at Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Sprouts, etc without the substantial mark up. It would be worth it to pay quite a bit more for groceries for the convenience. But when an establishment considers its customers an annoyance, it's not worth it at all.
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Jeff Lander
10 months ago
What's not to love about a great neighborhood store with awesome wine selection. But then you add wood fired pizza, great sandwiches, and draft beer. Now you have a real winner.

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