Thursday, September 28, 2006

Local Dough, Tucson, AZ: Part II

Brian posted a few weeks back about a wonderful, magical place called Local Dough. They have kick ass beers on tap, excellent pizza and sandwiches, and it's owned and operated by some really cool dudes who know their beer. Brian and I spent as much quality time there as we could before moving to North Carolina.

So, I got back to Tucson on Tuesday. Myself and a few friends went over to Local Dough for a pint or two and some pizza after work. To our dismay, the place was closed. Then yesterday, one of these friends and I went to PLaza Liquors to mix a six and a friend who works there told us that 'the man' has been stickin' it to Local Dough.

THEY ARE NOT CLOSED. Just in city bylaw limbo.

Prior to this particular place opening up in there, another restaurant occupied the space. But the city has decided to stick it to the new owners - making them replace a sink because the old one had square instead of round corners. And other random shit like that.

Local Dough is not able to serve food just now. But their beer taps are still flowing. GO THERE. And don't forget to ask them about their ice cream, made with the Dogfish Head Pumpkin Ale. Delicious.

They are also hosting an Octoberfest celebration on October 8th that will kick some serious ass. I will post more details about that later.

Don't let stupid city bylaws about sinks and the like take this place down. It's way too cool, and the beer is far too good for that.


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