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Small Wonders Tucson

Small Wonders Tucson

Go Local! The businesses in this map are all locally owned, Arizona businesses. Supporting these businesses means more money stays in Arizona and creates a unique community. To find locally owned businesses of all kinds, visit our business directory.

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Mercado San Agustin

1) Mercado San Agustin

Tucson’s public market is a great place to shop for locally made products, savor border-style treats or relax at one of the many courtyard events.

100 S. Avenida Del Convento, 520.461.1107
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2) Mast

MAST, in the Mercado San Agustin, offers genuine radical wares including handcrafted jewelry, leather goods, select wearables, accessories, home goods & furnishings for the whole family.

100 S. Avenida Del Convento, Suite 120, 520.495.5920
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3) Ben’s Bells

Help us craft & paint our iconic Ben’s Bells. Shop for “be kind” apparel & gifts. Your support furthers our mission of inspiring intentional kindness!

40 W. Broadway Blvd & 816 E. University Blvd, 520.628.2829
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4) Fox Tucson Theatre

Downtown’s crown jewel, Fox Theatre presents live performances, classic movies & special events in this acoustically superb & fully restored 1930's southwestern Art Deco theatre.

17 W. Congress St, 520.547.3040
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5) Perri Jewelers

Trusted since 1945, Downtown Tucson’s little jewelry store offers fine jewelry, diamonds, watches, custom design, watch & jewelry repair, hand & machine engraving.

13 N. Stone Ave, 520.624.4311
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6) Reilly Craft Pizza

Reilly is an upscale pizzeria in a modern-meets-historic setting. We have a full bar with wine, cocktails & a craft beer garden.

101 E. Pennington St, 520.882.5550
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7) Buffalo Exchange

Celebrate your individuality everyday with Buffalo Exchange, where you can find new & recycled fashion that embraces the uniqueness & creative culture of Tucson.

250 E. Congress St, 520.882.2939
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8) Proper

Proper serves brunch, lunch & dinner daily. Our upscale menu features fresh, straightforward food with quality ingredients from local & regional sources. Sustainable. Local. Organic.

300 E. Congress St, 520.396.3357
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9) Hotel Congress

Home to the historic hotel, Cup Café, Club Congress & Copper Hall, Hotel Congress is at the center of history & entertainment in downtown Tucson.

311 E. Congress St, 520.622.8848
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10) Maynards Market & Kitchen

Maynards Kitchen features French inspired American food made fresh daily with local ingredients. Maynards Market features quick-service, chef prepared food to eat in or take away.

400 N. Toole Ave, 520.545.0577
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11) Atelier De Lafleur

Atelier de LaFleur brings the essence of a European flower market to downtown. Shop for exquisite flora arrangements, orchids, native plant collections & eco-gifts.

410 N. Toole Ave, 520.548.1338
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12) Etherton Gallery

One of Tucson’s most enduring art spaces, Etherton Gallery specializes in rare, vintage & contemporary fine art photography. Also showcases work by top regional artists.

135 S. 6th Ave, 520.624.7370
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13) Children’s Museum Tucson

Children’s Museum Tucson is where imagination & learning connect with interactive, educational & hands-on exhibits for the young & young at heart!

200 S. 6th Ave, 520.792.9985
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14) The Old Market Inn Tile Shop

Custom, ready to hang, one of a kind hand glazed tile murals & trivets made in our studio in the heart of downtown Tucson.

403 N. 6th Ave, Suite 119, 520.624.4117
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15) Exo Roast Co.

Tucson’s finest craft-roasted, specialty coffee. We purvey the highest quality coffees without the high brow attitude in a historical, intimate cafe setting.

403 N. 6th Ave, 520.777.4709
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17) Borderlands Brewing Co.

Unique beers brewed with local ingredients. On tap throughout Tucson & Phoenix, & available at the brewery Wednesday through Saturday from 4 to 9 p.m.

119 E. Toole Ave, 520.261.8773
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18) Originate Natural Building Materials Showroom

Innovative green design. Eco-friendly building materials made from natural, renewable & recycled sources. Flooring, countertops, paint, plaster, cabinetry, plywoods, arch. salvage.

526 N. 9TH AVE, 520.792.4207
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19) La Cocina Restaurant

Bar! Food! Music! Creative cocktails & local beer; globally inspired food; live music & DJ’s. Courtyard dining; cantina; European style pub. Lunch, dinner, weekend brunch.

201 N. Court Ave, 520.622.0351
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20) The Hopyard

The Hopyard is a full-service deli that also carries a wide selection of market items, desserts & local coffee.

210 N. 4th Ave, 520.300.6256
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21) Barb’s Frame Of Mind

Custom picture framing, from museum & traditional styles, to our classic specialty hand-painted frames. Also a fine selection of posters, both framed & unframed.

319 E. 8th St, 520.620.0932
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22) Tucson Thrift Shop

Funky hybrid of vintage & new featuring streetwear, theme party & costuming. Jewelry, hats, props, wigs, accessories & more. A fun place to shop!

319 N. 4th Ave, 520.623.8736
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23) Che’s Lounge

Tucson’s favorite for over a decade. The perfect place to meet friends, listen to music, enjoy great cocktails & take in the 4th Avenue vibe.

350 N. 4th Ave, 520.623.2088
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24) Ordinary Bike Shop

Friendly, experienced bike shop offering a full range of products to suit the needs of commuters, tourers, road, mountain, or the casual recreational rider.

311 E. 7th St, 520.622.6488
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25) Antigone Books

Antigone Books is a zany, independent & 100% solar-powered bookstore. We carry excellent books for all ages plus a large selection of fabulous gifts & cards.

411 N. 4th Ave, 520.792.3715
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26) Cafe Passe

Locally roasted coffee & espresso, handcrafted cocktails, beer & wine & delicious food in a relaxing atmosphere. Patio Bar. Live Music. Happy hour daily 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.

415 N. 4th Ave, 520.624.4411
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28) Pop-Cycle

Pop-Cycle features fantastic gifts, apparel, furniture & paper goods all made from sustainable, organic & up-cycled materials. Many items made in-house or locally. Treat yourself!

422 N. 4th Ave, 520.622.3297
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Additional Tucson Small Wonder Listings

16) DeadWood Framing

425 N. Ferro Ave, 520.882.0505
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27) Food Conspiracy Co-op

412 N. 4th Ave, 520.624.4821
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Tucson Happenings

Tucson Museum of Art Artisans Market: Local artisans sell handcrafted works of all media. March 28-30, 2014 & Winter 2014.

Fourth Avenue Street Fair: Hundreds of arts & crafts booths, more than 35 food vendors plus entertainment & activities for the whole family. March 21-23 & December 12-14, 2014

2nd Saturdays: Monthly arts & entertainment event along downtown streets on the second Saturday of the month.

Tucson Gem, Mineral & Fossil Showcase: Thousands of vendors selling gems, finished jewelry, beads, fossils & more at over 40 sites around town. February 1-16, 2014

Savor Southern Arizona: Wine & food festival celebrating culinary innovation & locally sourced foods, wine & beer. February 1, 2014

La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo: One of the top 25 professional rodeos in North America, featuring the world’s longest non-motorized parade. February 15-23, 2014

Tucson Festival of Books: Local booksellers, readings, books signings, workshops, food vendors & community groups. Proceeds support southern Arizona literacy programs. March 15-16, 2014

Bike Fest: Month long celebration of clean air, fitness & cycling with multiple events for the whole family. April 5-25, 2014

Tucson Glass Festival: Local & regional glass artisans display their works & give live demonstrations of various disciplines of glassart making. April 12-13, 2014

Arizona International Film Festival: Screening independent films at locations in & around Tucson. April 11-27, 2014

Tucson International Mariachi Conference: Enjoy performances by the world’s best Mariachi musicians & folklorico dancers. April 30-May 3, 2014

Southeast Arizona Wine Growers Festival: Annual event celebrates Arizona wineries over two days at Kief-Joshua Vineyards in beautiful Elgin, Arizona. April 12-13, 2014

Tucson Folk Festival: Two days celebrating Folk music with performances by local & national musicians, workshops, children’s activities & more. May 3-4, 2014

International Children’s Film Festival: Week long free film festival showcasing past & present films from around the world for children. July 19-27, 2014

Tucson Meet Yourself: A festival celebrating the many cultures continuing their traditions in So. AZ through ethnic foods, dance & activities. October 10-12, 2014

All Souls Procession: 25th annual human-powered procession inspired by Dia de los Muertos, celebrating & mourning of the lives of our loved ones who have passed. November, 2014

El Tour de Tucson: Largest perimeter bicycling event in America celebrating art, health & fitness. November 22, 2014

Santa Cruz River Farmers’ Market: Tucson’s all local farmers market. Held on Thursdays from 3-6 p.m. October-April; from 4-7 p.m. May-September at Mercado San Agustin.


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