25 Tucson Restaurants to Participate in TMA’s CRUSH Wine • Food • Art Festival
March 21, 2013
Enjoy the pleasures of food and wine while bidding on fabulous art, luxurious trips, fine wine, and more at the sixth annual CRUSH Wine • Food • Art Festival on April 5, 2013. This popular festival is a major fundraiser for the Museum and sells out every year.
Celebrate the “art” in “party” at the CRUSH pARTy on Friday, April 5 at 6:00 pm (VIP reception from 5:00 – 6:00 pm) in the courtyards of the Tucson Museum of Art. This fun and informal evening features more than 150 wines and beers from around the world, and delectable food from some of Tucson’s favorite restaurants. Guests are also invited to participate in the silent auction full of art, wine, accessories, services, and experiences at all price levels. The evening will also feature performances by Cirque Roots.
Participating restaurants include: The Abbey · Acacia · Amarsi Ristorante · Armitage Wine Lounge & Cafe · Chocolate Fox · El Charro · Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails · Feast · Fleming’s · The Grill at Hacienda del Sol · Hub · Jasper · Jax Kitchen · Lodge on the Desert · Maynard’s Market and Kitchen · Paradise Bakery · Pastiche · Primo · RA Sushi · Reilly’s Craft Pizza and Drink · Seis Curbside Kitchen · Tavolino · Tubac Golf Resort and Spa · Union Public House · Vivace
Tickets are $75 in advance ($45 tax deductible), $90 at the door ($60 tax deductible). VIP Tickets are also available. VIP Tickets are $150 per person ($75 tax deductible) and include: valet parking, private entrance and seating, hors d’oeuvres, premium wine tasting, and an exclusive keepsake wine glass.
The Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block connects art to life, inspiring discovery, creativity, and cultural understanding through meaningful, engaging experiences. The Museum is open Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Thursday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm, and Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 pm. The first Sunday of each month is free. TMA is located at 140 North Main Avenue in historic downtown Tucson, at the crossroads of West Alameda and North Main Avenue. The Museum also includes five historic houses, public tours, and a research library.