“From our little family to yours, we thank you for being the best part of our day.”
If we’ve learned anything over the past couple of years, it’s that everyone can use a little support now and then. Here in Tucson, the hungry food scene has been an advocate for many local restaurants in the community, and in return, restaurants pay that much up front.
For example, how about new dishes and drinks for the spankin brand to celebrate its 30th year in business? Register with us please!
On the corner of Prince Road and Campbell Street, French Café Ghini Flexible since opening in 1992, Chef owned and operated choral sata – Chef Ginny. To this day, Sata is still in the pilot’s seat and most, if not all, of the dishes are recipes that Sata’s grandmother cooked for her when she was a little girl in France. Their meals are something we should also be proud of, and recently the restaurant became an official certified business by the non-profit Tucson City of Gastronomy (TCoG).
In the words of the CEO of TCoG, Jonathan MabryGhini’s is one of the locally owned food companies recognized for “raising the bar by supporting the local food economy, preserving our food heritage, demonstrating leadership in sustainability, and utilizing community business practices.”
Ghini’s made-from-scratch menu doesn’t stop there and spreads through La Baguette Bakery, which is located next to the dining room – just follow your nose and you will find it. The chances of discovering something delicious to sink your teeth into are great given the bakery’s wide variety of fresh bread, pies, pies, cakes, biscuits, Christmas logs and French macarons.
Good luck picking just one of these treats with your coffee, all of which can be enjoyed indoors or out on the dog-friendly yard—the first certified four-legged friend in Tucson, ie.
Ghini’s doesn’t offer hot dogs on the menu and the same goes for your pup in the yard because there’s plenty of drizzle that keeps things on the cooler side of comfort.
Now, let’s talk about the menu at Ghini’s French Caffe. Some of the new additions include a handful of fun cocktails, pasta, sandwiches, French toast and burgers.
If you are feeling a bit hungry and possibly tired from the previous evening, take a bite out of breakfast burger – AKA The Hangover Helper – On the brunch menu. The burger is wrapped in grilled La Baguette rolls and then layered with local tomatoes, crunchy Hashbrowns, bacon, melted cheese, Sunnyside eggs and Sriracha aioli.
For those who feel a little wild in the morning, order it with twice the meat.
Anniversary Celebration on Saturday 16th July
The official anniversary is on Saturday, July 16, marking the 30th anniversary of the restaurant in action, and above all in a festive way, everyone who dines at the restaurant will get a free slice of cake from the bakery and don’t forget it. Buy one get one Classic Mimosa Also valid.
Apart from the classic, cranberry, lavender, peach bellini, And the blood orange They are just a few waiting for your whistle on Gourmet Mimosas existing. In addition, the Mexican MimosaA blend of fresh orange juice, tequila, and champagne, or Mimosa apple pie with caramelApple juice and champagne topped with whipped cream and salted caramel can be a smart choice for your morning meal.
There are still plenty of staple dishes to eat as well, such as Provencal eggs.
At first glance, it may seem simple, but it is perhaps one of the best breakfast dishes in Tucson and is a signature item at Ghini’s. This comes with fried local tomatoes with fresh garlic, thyme and farm eggs served with a choice of toast. For an extra $2, get the hash browns because what’s breakfast with some dates?
Ultimately, Ghini’s is all about supporting a local as much as they can spend time scanning merchandise within the store, which includes cutlery, bottled dressings, handmade jewelry, T-shirts, baseball caps, and more.
Also, it Not a problem If you want to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the restaurant in the comfort of your own home. Ghini’s Take-N-Bake menu comes hot with meals large enough to feed six or more people.
Some people like French onion soup So much so that they buy it by the quarter for $20 (guilty).
Ghini’s French Caffe is located at 1803 E Prince Rd. For more information, including opening hours and a full list, visit ghiniscafe.com.
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