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Leaving the driveway in Tucson at 8 a.m. on a recent July morning, the temperature registered 84 degrees. Backing into one of the limited number of parking spots 75 minutes and 40 miles later, the temperature at the end of Sabino Canyon Parkway below Summerhaven on Mt. Lemmon hovers just above 60 degrees.
Celebrate Mom with some good ole home style cooking! We will be offering the following on Mother's Day: California Benedict (avocado, tomato, bacon and poached eggs on english muffin and topped with Hollandaise Sauce), Homemade Quiche, Three Berry Blintzes, and Cinnamon Roll French Toast. Yummy!!
Sunny Side Up Cafe celebrates 15 years in the Catalina community! On February 9, 2013 Sunny Side Up Cafe celebrated its 15 year anniversary. We thank all our patrons for their continued support.
Sunny Side Up Cafe is proud to celebrate 15 years of business in the Catalina community! Thank you to all for your patronage. It is truly a pleasure to be part of the community and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Another successful year! For the past 10 years Sunny Side Up Cafe has been delivering Thanksgiving dinner to all the Golder Ranch Fire Stations so that the on duty staff can enjoy their holiday dinner. We sincerely appreciate all they do for our community.
Amber Lights Retirement Community
On March 29, the Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge #2815 presented Community service awards to area residents.
The windows in their business may have been shattered but the restaurant owners’ faith in the goodness of people remains strong.
A group of unidentified vandals caused an estimated $30,000 in damage to the Sunny Side Up Café in Catalina over Memorial Day weekend.
Thursday, March 3
Thursday, Feb. 3
Saturday, June 12, 2010, was like a diamond in a sea of rhinestone knockoffs.
Thanksgiving comes a day early at Claire's Cafe and Gallery in Catalina, thanks to owners Claire and Steve Johnson.
Steve Renzi/Special to The Explorer, Waitress Andy Sunell takes a tray of drinks to a table at Claire's Cafe last Wednesday. For Thanksgiving, the café served free meals to more than 300 people.
Calendar and restaurant listings for the week of July 30
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May 10, 2006 - For years, Oro Valley leaders have concentrated their efforts on getting as many cash registers inside the town as possible. With the way commercial developers and businesses have been courted by the town's administrators, it would seem a sure bet that any contributor to the town's prized retail sector would be treated like royalty by town officials.
As the fire on Mount Lemmon raged through the tiny mountaintop hamlets of Summerhaven and Loma Linda last week, the Northwest community below readily opened its arms and hearts to the displaced.