Mad Girl Eats Pionic in Tucson!

wpid-photogrid_1435883597038_wm.jpgPionic Pizza and Pasta, 2643 N Campbell Ave #105, Tucson, AZ.

Pionic is a new, unique place for artisian pizza. It is like Chipotle for pizza lovers, also offering pasta and salads. Walk up to the long counter, choose your crust (gluten-free available), and unlimited toppings of meats, veggies, cheeses, and herbs. It then gets thrown into a mega oven and is finished in 90 seconds. It is crispy, light, and oh-so-delicious!

Great tasting pizza, any or all the toppings you wish, and walla, you have a pizza engineered to your specifications! All ingredients are fresh, and you can taste it in the final product. Nice prices, cordial staff, and cool atmosphere. Don’t miss Happy Hour,  Monday – Friday from 2pm – 5pm, pizza, beer and wine deals! Excellent!

Hours: 11:00am to 10:00pm.

http://pionicpizza.com

5 out of 5 Perfect pizza points for the price!

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Mad Girl Eats The Abbey, Tucson

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The Abbey, 6960 E Sunrise Dr, Tucson, AZ.   UPDATE:  Sadly, I must report that this restaurant has closed permanently.   😦

The Abbey, at the Catalina Foothills, is a hip spot for foodies looking for American cuisine with a twist. Very cool interior, with patio seating pointed to the mountains. Great place for sunset dining and don’t worry , even though the sun goes down and the desert air turns cool, their patio heaters work fabulously.

Perusing the menu, you definitely see a trendy take on American classics. Not wanting anything too heavy, the table ordered The Board. A mix of charcuterie, cheeses, crisps, salmon, nuts, dried fruit, olives, breads and spreads. Absolutely triumphant in serving a well-rounded, generous amount of superb tidbits. The Watermelon Margarita was a ridiculously good pairing also. Luscious!

Once the server mentioned the soup, my ears perked up and I was hooked on a feeling. Tomato basil soup with grilled cheese sandwich croutons. It came in a huge mug and was, incredible. I would have loved a few more “croutons”, but it was fantastic nonetheless.

A bit pricey, but fab food and atmosphere were worth it. Closed Mondays. Happy Hour in the bar, which is tiny if you’re planning on going, but great prices Tues-Sat 4-6pm + 8pm-close, Sunday HH all day 10:30am-close.

http://theabbeytucson.com

4.5 out of 5 savory smackaroos.

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