Tucson to host a variety of food and drink events this week

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If you love to eat and drink, this week offers a great chance to explore the world of food and beverage beyond restaurants and bars. From a mezcal pub crawl to a beer event, there's plenty to explore and enjoy if you're hungry for something new.

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From the event description:

Dive into the cocktail world of mezcal, sipping and strolling through the bars and lounges of Downtown Tucson, with local agave spirit enthusiasts and international mixologists participating in this year’s Délice Network Meeting. Agave spirit enthusiasts at each participating bar will create a cocktail for you with one common ingredient - mezcal.

When: Thursday, May 2, 7-10 p.m.
Where: Borderlands Brewing Company, 119 E. Toole Ave.
Price: $50
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Agave: Spirit of the World

From the event description:

Join Tony Abou Ganim, one of the world’s premiere and innovative cocktail masters, and a team of mixologists from around the world as they reimagine cocktails from their hometown using a portfolio of agave spirits. The event will feature foods, celebrating our UNESCO City of Gastronomy designation, created by Janos Wilder and the culinary team from The Carriage House.

When: Friday, May 3, 6-8 p.m.

Where: The Carriage House, 125 S. Arizona Ave.
Price: $45
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Agave Heritage Dinner

From the event description:

James Beard Awardee Chef Chris Bianco and celebrated mixologist Tony Abou Ganim collaborate alongside the chefs from Maynards Market and Kitchen and The Cup Café to present an exclusive dining experience. This four-course dinner, with cocktails, showcases the Three Sisters Farming technique with a focus on local squash. The proceeds from this dinner event will support Native Seeds Search.

When: Friday, May 3, 6:30-9 p.m.
Where: Copper Hall, 311 E. Congress St.
Price: $150
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May the Fourth Dark Side Event

From the event description:

Come in for the largest-ever Modern Times Beer tap takeover in the history of Tucson. There will be two food trucks (Food Groupie Cafe and Sarge's Cheesecakes) and 40 beer taps.

When: Saturday, May 4, noon
Where: Arizona Beer House, 150 S. Kolb Road
Price: Free
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