You will want to clone yourself in order to participate in all the events that take place this week and over the weekend. Say goodbye to the Chinese Chorizo Festival, work on your fitness at various beer yoga events, learn about native plants, and kick off the Day of the Dead with bread.
Also, don’t forget to check the event directory for a complete list of Foodie events taking place this week and other upcoming events.
Trying to list all the spooky events that happened this weekend, I couldn’t get anywhere else, so I created my own article instead. “Halloween 2022: Spooky Food and Drink Themed Event in Tucson.” We’ll update the list as more frightening events pop up.
Tucson Chinese Chorizo Festival
October 28th (Friday) to October 30th (Sunday)
It’s the last weekend to try the rumored chorizo goodness.
Enjoy food from the following restaurants this weekend.
- Forbes Meat Company
- Tito & Pep
- trans fatty acid
- Tucson Tamale Market
For the full line-up and details, see our Spicy articleTucson Chinese Chorizo Festival”
Wine and Jazz at Simon Hazel Cellars
Friday, October 28, 6:00pm-8:00pm
6960 E. Sunrise Dr. Suite 160
Join Simon Hazel Cellars for a night of great wine and jazz! Live music by Duo Vibrato, complimentary appetizers, and the best wines from the Pacific Northwest. Don’t miss the best happy hour in Tucson Foothills.
Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Sonoran Desert: Tucson Area
Saturday, October 29, 9:00 am to 1:30 pm
Santa Rita Mountains
Join us on this Saturday morning expedition to learn about the variety of useful plants (both common and lesser known) that grow in the spectacular wildlands just outside the city.
Topics covered in class include:
- Field Botany/Plant ID
- Features of the plant family
- Legal and Ethical Harvesting/Processing/Preparation Methods
- Edible/medicinal/practical use
- Regional ethnobotany
- Plant toxicology (tips to avoid poisonous analogues)
- natural history
- Plant protection and endangered species
- Sampling of various wild edible and medicinal plant formulations
This class should be insightful and challenging for anyone wishing to learn more about the flora of this unique bioregion. price: $50. Learn more about.
beer yoga event
Saturday and Sunday, 10am and 10:30am
Crooked Tooth Brewing Borderlands Brewing Pueblo Vida Brewing
Wind down with some of our favorite breweries this weekend, and every weekend! Borderlands Brewing and Crooked Tooth Brewing host Saturday morning yoga sessions at 10am and he at 10:30.
If you can’t make it on Saturday, join Pueblo Vida Brewing on Sunday at 10:30 AM.
Odham Farmers Market
Saturday, October 29, 12:00-16:00
San Xavier Co-Op Farm, 8100 S. Oidak Wog
Join San Xavier Coop Farm for a special O’odham Farmers Market. There are plenty of stall openings, cooking competitions, Halloween costume contests, and more.
Cap & Cork Anniversary Celebration
Saturday, October 29, 12:00pm
Caps & Corks, 3830 W. River Rd. Suite 100
Happy four years! Join Caps & Corks as they celebrate their 4th birthday. The celebration includes collaborative releases, multiple food trucks and music.
Tucson’s plant-based junk food
Saturday, October 29, 1:00pm – 5:00pm
Tap & Bottle Downtown, 403 N. Sixth Ave. Suite 135
Join Vuture Food for the best vegan comfort food.they will bring out their great popularity Crispy Chicken Sandwich and French fries. They cook all items in oils that contain soy and are completely nut-free.
The menu will be posted on Saturday morning. Stay up to date by following the event page here.
Sunset Dinner at Tucson Village Farm
Saturday, October 29, 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Tucson Village Farm, 4210 N. Campbell Ave
Indulge in a spectacular ‘Sunset Dinner’ where 4H Healthy Living Ambassadors serve a superb farm-to-table 4-course dinner under the supervision of renowned chef Bruce Yim. As you dine, take in the best views of Catalina, Tucson at sunset. Expect magic!
price: $50 all inclusive, from mocktails to desserts.
“Bread Day” at Monica
Tuesday, November 1, 6:00pm – 9:00pm
40 E. Congress Street
The first annual Bread Day event will be held on the same day as the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. This Bread Bazaar features freshly baked breads made by baker extraordinaires, Don Guerra of Barrio Bread and Chef Carlotta Flores of Si Charro. Concept, Chef Danny Perez’s team at The Monica, and other Si Charro! Chefs.
price: Tickets are $50 per person and include signature cocktail tastings, extensive bread tastings, and unique recipes from participating chefs.
For more information, please see: Monica and Barrio Bread Join Forces to Celebrate Bread Day