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Pasco Kitchen & Lounge, Tucson

Pasco Kitchen, TucsonA "Rickey's" at Pasco KitchenPineapple hard at work infusing vodka at Pasco KitchenPart of what makes the mixology work at Pasco Kitchen—along with a totally enthusiastic staffDeep-fried dark chocolate beignet with double creamAftermath

We discovered Pasco Kitchen and Lounge in Tucson this week. Fresh, local, organic, house-made—it's all here, plus a vision for flavors and presentation that's unbeatable.

We enjoyed one of the most inspired cocktails ever: the Roasted Rickey's (roasted-chile-infused gin, cilantro muddled with sweet-and-sour, and fresh lime juice) with carnitas tacos, and grass-fed beef burger . . . followed by dark chocolate beignets (basically, mousse balls rolled in champagne-batter and deep-fried) and served with heavy whipped cream and raspberries.

Oh my.

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