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Time Market
Italian Restaurant$
Today 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
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444 E University Blvd Tucson, AZ 85705
444 East University BoulevardUSArizonaTucson85705
$Italian Restaurant, Cafe
Italian Restaurant
Today 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 10:00 pm
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
"She didn't apologize that onion wasn't included in the list of ingredients."
"I bought a serving of tabouli and sat down to enjoy it on the side patio."
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George Black
3 months ago
I just wish the place was not so hipster. All o the food isgreat. It is my favorite pizza in Tucson, very thin crust, and fresh ingredients.They ahd a lamb pizza that was fantastic.The Soda selection also is fantastic.Organic Sodas from allover, so try a couple!
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Nicklaus Potter
2 months ago
Good thin crust pizza. Very thin But it was a little burnt and black around the edges.
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Mamen Nicolás Alba
a year ago
They started selling home made bread a few months ago, they were excellent ciabattas for just 1 or 2 bucks. However, at the beginning of this semester I went there again to buy my everyday bread, and instead of selling ciabattas as usual, they offered me just baguettes (that were not real French baguettes) for the ridiculous price of 3,75$!! When I asked them why they sold it so expensive, their answer was as ridiculous: because it is fresh! Well, in Europe, bread is sold for just 60 cents, that is more or less 0,40$, and you can buy it at the bakery, where the bread is made. I won't buy in that place again.
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Melissa Maguire
2 years ago
I bought a serving of tabouli and sat down to enjoy it on the side patio. Unfortunately, I soon discovered that the tabouli had onion in it. I went back to the counter and explained that onion was not listed among the ingredients on the little sign next to the dish of tabouli. The woman behind the counter, who had also served me the tabouli, just stared at me. She didn't thank me for letting her know. She didn't apologize that onion wasn't included in the list of ingredients. She didn't offer me a serving of a different dish that had less onion. She simply stared at me as if I had a problem and she couldn't care less. Other than that, the employees are friendly and helpful, and the store/cafe is a lovely, dog-friendly, bike-friendly place to get a bite to eat.
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Aigerim Mukusheva
6 months ago
went there to today. bought small bread, soy souce and cream cheese. checked prices before going to counter. paid with card. didn't pay any attention to the total. but should have! total should have been 10-12, but they charged my card 23.86 and didn't give me any check. I know, I should have been more careful. but still won't go there anymore. negative experience and groceries doesn't impress. didn't eat there though, and not going to.
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Glo McMillan
a year ago
Terrible experience. We used to order sandwiches and grocery items. The Time Market owners are shunning their community and catering to a few hip young people. They no longer sell deli meats, for instance, but only sandwiches that are too expensive for the neighborhood. Also, in order to stock over-priced wines, the Time Market owners have cut all their other inventory to the bone. If this is "community," then it is a snippy little community and not one that fits this part of town in the least. The answer we received when we asked about deli foods was said in a condescending tone, as if we should just leave. So we did. My husband and I have many happy memories of the way Time Market used to be. Now it is only for the very few (elderly and fixed incomes please note) and at all an asset to this community.
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Sarah Wright
a year ago
My partner and I visited bright and early one morning and had such a terrible experience that not only will we not go back but we will vocally share our opinion/experiences with anyone who recommends it. Most of the reviews on here reflect similar experiences by other people, so we feel pretty confident that our experience was not an off-day. Overall, the prices are ridiculous, the menu was uninspiring, the coffee bland, and the atmosphere was... putrid. Specific experiences: We spent 10 minutes looking through their market shelves and then decided to order coffee. When we ordered it, the barista just nodded--no verbal communication or eye contact. We payed at the register in the middle, not knowing better, and the employee there smirked and told us afterward that we could have payed the barista. I didn't realize that paying in the "wrong" place would be such a fertile source of amusement for staff. It seriously took almost 15 minutes for her to make a simple drip coffee and a con panna though there was only one other customer. After standing at the bar for 10 minutes she finally told us we could take a seat. The few customers who came through generally stared at us, we felt exposed, the table was sticky and the seats were terribly uncomfortable. The drip coffee was so weak that we ordered a shot of espresso to drop into it for a shot-in-the-dark. This took another 10 minutes to pull and deliver. My e-reader battery was almost dead when we got there, but when I asked if there was anywhere to plug it in the same guy at the register smirked again and said, "Uhh...There are none. That's done on purpose by the owners..." The (female) bathroom looked dirty and unkempt. It was out of paper, smelled terrible, and there was a hole in the wall that could have had someone on the other side looking straight in. We also saw one of the bakers throw away an entire loaf of bread because it was too brown on the bottom instead of slicing it up for sandwiches. It was more than edible (we would have eaten it happily), and most of it was still perfectly fine. This is mind-boggling; the environmental image they are trying to portray is a money-making scheme. Overall, there's no reason for us to go back, and shame on the owners for their hiring policies and their business practices.
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Sammy Moseley
a year ago
Amazing food! Their bread is really good and their pizza is delicious.


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