Explore the freshest new businesses to debut in Tucson

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Looking to get to know the freshest new spots in Tucson? From a pasta shop to a fast food spot, read on for the newest hot spots to arrive recently.

Ceres

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Ceres is a cafe, pasta shop and bakery, that recently opened at 77 W. Washington St. in El Presidio.

The new shop serves fresh pasta by the pound,  like tagliolini, tagliatelle and bucatini, along with weekly specials like stuffed shells. The cafe also offers various sauces (pesto, tomato and basil) and take-out pasta lunch options.

Ceres also serves up espresso, coffee and tea, and the cafe has a rotating menu of sandwiches and baked goods. (Check out the full menu here.)

Luxe Nail

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Wander over to 4830 S. Calle Santa Cruz, Suite 120, and you'll find Luxe Nail, a new nail salon and waxing and eyelash service spot.

The salon offers pedicures, manicures, as well as dipping powder, acrylic nails and nail art. Luxe Nail also offers body and facial waxing, eyelash extensions and facials. (Find all the salon services here.)

Round1 

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Round1 is a new arcade and bowling and karaoke spot that's located at 5950 E. Broadway Blvd., Suite 110.

Round1 has locations across the country. The entertainment complex offers bowling, karaoke, and an arcade, along with areas for ping pong, billiards and darts. The business can also host birthday parties. On the menu, look for comfort foods like pizza, burgers, fries and ice cream. (Explore the entire menu here.)

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers

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At 2604 E. Speedway Blvd., you'll find the latest outpost of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, the chicken shop and fast food chain.

This is the 477th outpost for the franchise, according to the Arizona Daily Star. On the menu, look for combos that include fried chicken fingers, crinkle-cut fries, Texas toast and coleslaw. (Find the full menu here.)

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