Are you looking for something to do in Tucson this Father’s Day? We are here for you | entertainment

Co-owner Jeremy Pye, who co-founded Copper Mine Brewing with Jeffrey Kaber, said the pandemic didn’t cause as much damage as it could have done thanks to government loans and grants, a dedicated staff and a loyal fan base.

“We are resilient,” said Pye.

Bring the meat

When it comes to choosing a good meal, my father’s taste tends to be based on shared experience: grazing on sausage plates together and enjoying barbecues in the garden with friends and family.

Sausage takeaway is a big deal these days and something I’m giving a lot of thought to for this Father’s Day. panies with cute names like Cuts and Slabs Charcuterie, Fig + Feta, and Board + Brie have grown in popularity.

Board + Brie (facebook.com/boardbrietucson) even has a charcuterie board on the theme of Father’s Day called “The Flight Deck”. It combines mini-bottles of whiskey and tequila with an assortment of meats and cheeses, fruits, and nuts for $ 95.

If your dad prefers to get out of the house, as my parents preferred after a year of lockdown, the Chef’s Board at Cielo’s at Lodge on the Desert, 306 N. Alvernon Way is a yummy option, $ 20 with a delicious Combination of artisanal cheese, dried fruit, nuts, sausage products, jam, pickled vegetables and crostinis to share.

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