Shop Local

Dining, entertainment, shopping and service directory

Atelier de LaFleur

410 N. Toole Ave. • 548-1338

Our team of wedding planners, event producers and florists work with you to realize your event decor dreams. Our plantscapes and floral arrangements are designed to go from party to garden and last for years with proper upkeep, reminding you of your special occasion again and again.

Cell Medics


We repair Apple, Samsung and other Android devices. If your phone or tablet is repairable, we can fix it. Our goal is assuring you fast, trustworthy repair service to keep your device working for as long as you own it. We back each repair with a lifetime warranty on both parts and labor.

Chocolate Iguana on 4th

500 N. 4th Ave. •  798-1211

Come visit this unique family owned café. You will love our gourmet salads and sandwiches, made from scratch scones and pastries, sinfully delicious desserts and fat-free frozen mochas. We also have 200 candies and sweets from around the world.

The Coronet

402 E. 9th St. • 222-9889

The Coronet is a classically styled restaurant serving our take on old world rustic cuisine and other food we love, accompanied by a very well- considered bar. The Coronet has music often and a smashing happy hour. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Creative Ventures

522 N. 4th Ave. • 792-3954

Creative Ventures is a great source for gifts handmade from our area and Mexico. Everything from pottery to T-shirts … and don’t forget your souvenir shot glass!

Cup Café at Hotel Congress

311 E. Congress St. • 798-1618

Cup Café, the signature Hotel Congress restaurant, attracts customers from all walks of life for its eclectic American fare served seven days a week, 365 days a year. The award-winning destination for locals and visitors alike includes a full bar, dining room and plaza seating.

Fed By Threads

345 E. Congress St. • 396-4304

Fed By Threads USA, a women’s clothing boutique, carries 25 American-made brands and feeds 12 emergency meals to Americans in need for each purchase. Located near Hotel Congress. Open 11-6 p.m. Mon-Sat.

Flower Shop on 4th Avenue

531 N. 4th Ave. •  622-7673

Let Flower Shop on 4th Avenue be your first choice for flowers. This hidden gem located in the heart of Fourth Avenue is dedicated to providing you with fine floral arrangements and gifts backed by service that is friendly and prompt.

Fox Tucson Theatre

17 W. Congress St. • 547-3040

The Fox has great summer artists hitting the stage: Peace and love from the ’60s with HippieFest on July 9; Dennis DeYoung, a founding member of STYX on July 25; and country music’s female rocker JoDee Messina on August 5, to name just a few summer highlights!

Julie DeMarre Photography


Our greatest passion is to create beautiful photographs during the happiest moments of our clients’ lives. With our focus on customer service, we will help you more than remember — we’ll keep you connected to those special moments for a lifetime of enjoyment.

Ordinary Bike Shop

311 E. 7th St. • 622-6488

Conveniently located just off Fourth Avenue and voted Tucson’s best bike shop for more than a decade. From recreational riding to touring to racing and everything in between, Ordinary offers bicycles and accessories for every level of bicyclist.

Pop Cycle

422 N. 4th Ave. • 622-3297

For seven years, Pop Cycle has specialized in handmade goods, made from reclaimed and recycled materials. Many items are made on premises, and we also represent the work of tons of local craftspeople. Treat yourself to something unique!

Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink

101 E. Pennington St. • 882-5550

Come eat, drink and stay awhile. Our focus is on quality ingredients and quality interactions. We respect tradition, yet encourage evolution. You can see this philosophy in both our menu and our historically renovated building in Tucson’s thriving downtown.

Rialto Theatre

318 E. Congress St. • 740-1000

Rialto Theatre is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing live entertainment to downtown Tucson and maintaining the historic theatre. The Rialto first opened in 1920 and continues to host a broad array of performers and talent.

Sooter’s Auto Service

429 E. 6th St. • 623-1002

Family owned and operated for almost 70 years — third generation owner. Professional automotive repair, maintenance and service for foreign and domestic vehicles. Let our expert ASE certified technicians make sure your vehicle runs as smooth as ever! 100 percent satisfaction guaranteed.

Tap & Bottle

403 N. 6th Ave. • 344-8999

Tap & Bottle is a beer and wine bar and bottle shop. T&B has 21 taps of beer, six taps of wine and over 600 bottles to choose from in the bottle shop (to drink in-house or to-go).

Tucson Museum of Art

140 N. Main Ave. • 624-2333

“Arizona Biennial 2015” is the state’s longest-running juried exhibition of contemporary art; guest curated by Irene Hofmann, director and chief curator, SITE Santa Fe, N.M. “Museum as Sanctuary: Perspectives of Resilience” features art by refugees and asylees from Bhutan, Congo, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Jordan, Mali, Mexico and Nepal.

Tucson Thrift Shop

319 N. 4th Ave. • 623-8736

Tucson Thrift Shop is a fashionably funky marketplace with a unique blend of old and new. We are an emporium for Tucson’s street wear and costuming needs, featuring vintage clothing, jewelry, hats and recycled and new costumes and accessories. A fun place to shop!