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Claire’s Café and Art Gallery Celebrates 31 Years

Claire and Steve Johnson

Located in quaint Catalina, Arizona, Claire’s Café and Art Gallery has been serving the community for 31 years. Claire’s Café provides an artistic and loving environment for first-time and regular customers, and features original art on the walls. The café specializes in breakfast, burgers, Mexican, seafood, vegan and vegetarian, and food is prepared and served with a personal touch. Claire’s Cafe received the 2016 Better Business Bureau’s Good Neighbor Award.

Claire’s cafe is a member of Tucson Originals Restaurants, an alliance of independently owned local restaurants, purveyors and partners working together to raise awareness of the rich and vibrant culinary community in Tucson. Since 1999, Tucson Originals has been at the leading edge of culinary entrepreneurship in Southern Arizona. Tucson Originals Restaurants is the model for other similar groups across the nation working to preserve and promote locally owned independent restaurants.

Claire’s caters to special dietary needs. They have a gluten-free menu and prepare gluten-free foods separately to avoid cross-contamination. Claire’s is proud to serve gluten-free goods from The Gourmet Girls Gluten Free Bakery and Bistro, also a member of Tucson Originals.

Location: 16140 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson. For more information, call 520-825-2525 or visit ClairesCafe.net. See ad, page 7.

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