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A screen capture of the Naria Mobile iPhone app, which matches dining tastes with restaurants.
Tucson diners can now tap into their digital DNA to find their ideal restaurant.
Feast chef and owner Doug Levy, with diners Blair Grimble, left, and Dawn Netzel. "The loyalty card, I feel like it's good for some people, but for us it's been frustrating," said Levy.
Lisa La Vey mixes up a Bohemian Bicycle, the restaurant's most popular drink, at Feast, 3719 E. Speedway.
Two longtime Tucson restaurateurs have pulled out of Tucson Originals, citing the high cost of membership.
Lodge on Desert chef wins with recipe that uses pomegranate
Highway traffic passes along the interstate as construction continues at the Restaurant Depot, a wholesale supply store for independently owned restaurants, on the frontage road by Interstate 10 south of West 22nd Street.
From waiters' uniforms to Chilean sea bass, independent restaurant owners will soon be able to shop for all of their eateries' needs at a Tucson warehouse.
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