3 Things to Do in Tucson this October

Alyssa FuentesOctober 12, 2020
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Spend some time in Tucson for a mix of nightlife, restaurants and hiking trails.

Tito & Pep
Located in Midtown, this Southwestern bistro with a mesquite grill offers items for all to enjoy. Chef and owner John Martinez provides a menu full of vegetarian and meat-based dishes, such as caramelized zucchini and crispy chicken tortas.

El Crisol
This mezcal bar can be found in the back of Exo Roast Co., a coffee shop on Sixth Avenue. El Crisol’s dim lighting creates a cool atmosphere, and the coffee shop/bar combination offers a hip place for guests to enjoy various drinks.

Catalina State Park 
Catalina State Park provides an outdoor experience for visitors to explore Tucson’s beautiful scenery, especially in the nicer fall weather. The park has a mix of easy and hard trails, so whether the plan is to visit for a few hours or hike for a day, there’s an adventure for all. New rules include mandatory masks in park buildings, social distancing and no groups greater than 10. Read more in our ode to state parks here.

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