Editor's Note: Rumor is that Nox is now closed. Goodness Kitchen has taken its place.
Mary had been Ms. Karen’s bridesmaid many years ago. And even though we all ended up in Tucson, we don’t get to see her as often as we’d like. So, we planned a lunch together at a central location that was also near the Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery at Sunrise & Kolb because we all three wanted to check out his Maynard Dixon collection after lunch.
Nox Kitchen & Cocktails at Skyline & Campbell seemed to fit the bill. Besides, we had not reviewed it yet as Nox is fairly new.
Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery
Before I start the Nox review, I do want to recommend Mark Sublette’s Gallery to you. There we saw antique and contemporary Western furniture, paintings, photographs & sculptures; and a fabulous collection of Native American art, textiles, pottery, baskets, and jewelry. It’s all very pricy of course, but the best usually is.
Mary ordered a peach-tasting micro-brew (Four Peaks Ale $5). Too fruity for my palate. Ms. Karen ordered a dry New Zealand white (Astrolab $10), which is what she usually orders. Read More