Fourth Avenue's newest eatery is serving up comfort-food classics with a Tucson twist. Under the helm of co-owners Micah Blatt and Ben Sattler, The Drunken Chicken started dishing out chicken and waffles last week. "Within the landscape of Fourth Avenue, there really isn't fried chicken, there aren't really waffles," said Blatt, who also owns Mr. Heads Art Gallery and Bar just up the avenue. "Don't get me wrong, there's a lot of good burgers and tacos, but we wanted to fill some food gaps."
Fourth Avenue’s newest eatery is serving up comfort-food classics with a Tucson twist, and officially opened its doors yesterday.Under the helm of co-owners Micah Blatt and Ben Sattler, The Drunken Chicken welcomed its first customers around 4 p.m., and was soon serving its staple chicken and waffles to nearly 20 hungry patrons.“Within the landscape of Fourth Avenue, there really isn’t fried chicken, there aren’t really waffles,” said Blatt, who also owns Mr.
The Tucson Association of REALTORS recently released its residential sales statistics for June, and the Tucson region experience a slight bump since May.In terms of total sales volume, June reached $399 million, more than a three percent increase since the previous month. Despite the increase in overall sales, the average sale and listing prices both dropped roughly .8 percent. Despite that, total unit sales increased more than four percent, ending the month at 1,607.
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