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Live Like a Local in Tucson

Tucson is one of those cities where tourists love to visit, thanks to its great weather, outstanding tourist attraction sites, and the abundance of cultural events and fairs that locals organize throughout the year. You cannot afford to miss the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, the Tucson Folk Festival, or the Tucson Modernism Week among other fantastic events. As you hop from one event to the other, here are some places the Tucson locals love to visit, places that you should check out with your friends.

Great Dining Places In Tucson

Arguably, 47 Scott serves the best macaroni and cheese topped with breadcrumbs in Tucson. 47 Scott is a beautiful place to have dinner, although most locals usually flock this place every day from 4 pm to 6 pm during happy hour. If you come with your friends, you can choose to sit at booths on the sides of the restaurant, where you can enjoy your meal as you enjoy the bistro's ambiance.

Everyone loves ice cream, but the amazing ice cream you will find at Hub Restaurant and Ice Creamery will blow you away. The locals enjoy coming to the Hub for more than just the ice cream, where they get to sit at the beautiful brick-walled dining area where they enjoy different flavors of ice cream. Feel free to order the famous Mexican wedding cookie or a plate of prime fries smothered in cheese sauce before taking your ice cream.

Are you one of those people who have to have a sandwich before the day is done? Beyond Bread offers great tasting sandwiches, handcrafted bread, fresh salads, and homemade soups prepared and served in a great environment. You will not find any other restaurant with the commitment to baking and selection of excellent ingredients to make great tasting meals as Beyond Bread.

Shop The Tucson Way

The Mercado San Agustin is an outdoor shopping center where locals shop for southwestern furniture fashion apparels and handmade jewelry. The rustic courtyard contains shaded seating and cozy lunch and dinner spots. Regularly, the market hosts events like food festivals, farmer’s market, and live music.

4th Avenue is Tucson's street of dreams since it hosts over 100 great shops, places where you can buy anything you would want to purchase or simply get into some stores just to find out what they are selling. You will find boutiques, sundry shops, bookshops, handcrafts shops, and art galleries among other stores along this street.

La Encantada is an upscale shopping district with a splash of Spanish style architecture. Enjoy a taste of live music as you shop around or dine in some of the finest restaurants in the area with your closest friends. Locals love coming to La Encantada because they can get so much done within a very short time.

Places To Get Tucson Hair

Residents in Tucson know that the Tullia Salon & Spa is one of the few places where they can get outstanding salon and spa services delivered by professional with a personal touch. Get a feel of the local hairstyles and relax at the spa immediately after.

Tucson in Arizona is full of life and culture, and you can experience these by visiting the above and many more areas.

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