Second Sir Veza's location opens at Tucson Mall - Tucson News Now

Another Sir Veza's location opens at Tucson Mall

By Brandon Murphy / Tucson News Now Intern

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - A unique restaurant has opened near Tucson Mall.

Sir Veza's, located at 220 W. Wetmore, offers Mexican food with a wide variety of drinks, all from a garage.

The restaurant is a sequel to the Sir Veza's on East Speedway, owner Ray Flores said. It raised its doors this week, offering daily garage sales, or happy hours, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. to close, seven days a week.

Sir Veza's has 30 beers on draft, including local brews from Nimbus and Barrio.

Aside from the drinks, the restaurant's menu offers foods from the SIRnoran hot dog to the Stock Sir Burger.

Glass garage doors open up the indoor/outdoor bar to the outside patio, offering diners a commodious garage-like experience. 

"In the car world, there is a phrase used to describe cars as 'built vs. bought' - that's what I had in mind when designing this location," Flores said.

The restaurant also sports diamond plated chrome, 27-inch high-definition televisions and hand-painted art by Johnny Vegas.

This week, Sir Veza's at Tucson Mall is supporting local non-profit organizations, Flores said, with a percentage of proceeds going toward the Boys and Girls Club of Tucson. 

Super Bowl Sunday, a portion of profits will benefit the El Rio Foundation.

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