Market Re-Do

27 Dec


IMG_3258Maynard’s Market has undergone an incredible transformation. Gone are the store shelves once stocked with local goods and foods. At its center sits a huge counter area replete with deli, espresso machine, house made sweets and counter space for eating. The market is open for in-house eating or to go. The a la cart menu features sandwiches, salads, soups, sweets, some daily made deli items and pizza. Coolers in the rear still house beer, wine, soft drinks and home grown Tucson Tamales and Isabella’s Ice Cream.

The interior’s rustic decor – lots of wood and iron – connects with the history of the train station and sister Maynard’s Kitchen. Counter space lines the front window so diners can people watch. The community table remains, surrounded by the popular wine cellar. Half a dozen tables line the railroad side of the Market.

You place your order deli style, then proceed to a second station for payment. They call your name out to give you your food. Sandwiches are cleverly wrapped in brown butcher paper and sealed with a Market seal. The food is freshly made and tasty! Many Tucsonans loved Maynard’s Kitchen’s pizzas.  We’re glad that the Market has opted to include some!  They serve breakfast, too!

New awnings were arising on the facade yesterday afternoon! Stop by for a quick nosh or a relaxed meal with people and/or train watching!




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