The Plate: January 2015

That one thing they should never take off the menu, featuring Nox, Parish, Zona78, and Ginza Sushi.

January 1, 2015

Issue 10: January/February 2015The Plate
Nox - Roasted Street Corn

Nox – Roasted Street Corn

Roasted Street Corn


Corn off the cob, queso fresco, chipotle aioli, smoked chile oil, and lime, mixed together and served with crispy tortilla chips; it’s called street corn, but in a place as lovely as Nox, why not stay for awhile? $9.

6370 N. Campbell Ave. – Nox Tucson


The Parish Tucon - Chile Relleno

The Parish Tucon – Chile Relleno

Chile Relleno

The Parish Tucson

“Southern fusion gastropub” may not make much sense to you until you try this relleno, stuffed with cheese, pico de gallo, bacon, cilantro, and held together (flavor-wise, of course) with a tasty balsamic reduction. $8.

6453 N. Oracle Road – The Parish Tucson


Zona78 - Antipasti

Zona78 – Antipasti



There’s no better cure for your foodie blues than charcuterie cured in-house. Top it off with local cheese and homemade pickles and you’re set for the season. $14.

7301 E. Tanque Verde Road – Zona78


Ginza Sushi - Ceviche Sushi Roll

Ginza Sushi – Ceviche Sushi Roll

Ceviche Sushi Roll

Ginza Sushi

The best of both worlds—south of the border ceviche, with an Eastern flare. Filled with crab, cucumber, masago, and topped with white tuna, green and sweet onions, ponzu sauce, and spicy sauce, it’s a roll that comes with a kick. $9.95.

5425 N. Kolb Road – Ginza Sushi

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