SWAT Fitness offers fitness, nutrition, weight loss and personal training at 3 Tucson locations. We provide kettlebell training in Tucson, Women's Fitness programs, Crossfit, Boot Camp Fitness and Nutrition Coaching based in Tucson AZ. We're a family owned business, training Tucson fitness clients for the past 15 years.
Wine Depot opens its cellar doors just once a week, at which point vinophiles can pour inside to peruse rare, handcrafted, Old World German wines in more than 30 varietals. Wine Depot's oldest supplier boasts a start date of 1464, back when grapes were new to the planet and thought they'd never experience the fate of raisins. The specialty store's mammoth cellar maintains a proper storage temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit, ensuring all 20,000-plus bottles ($14–$600, $20–$30 on average) stay tasty and fresh. Sips range from crisp, mineral-forward pinot grigios to richly tannic cabernet franc, and semisweet and dry rieslings lend classic German tastes to atypical German breakfasts made of pizza puffs. To aid patrons in decision making, the experienced staffers at Wine Depot host a schedule of free weekly wine tastings, each offering samples of five handcrafted wines.
In business for 50 years, Alice Rae Intimate Apparel adorns heavenly bodies with an astronomical selection of lingerie sizes by brands such as Bali, Amoena, Anita, Elila, and Dominique. Alice Rae's experienced fitting specialists aid women in need of sound support, performing complimentary consultations, in-store alterations, and tips for coordinating undergarments with Lady Robocop outfits. With many hard-to-find sizes, including band sizes ranging from 32 to 48 and cup sizes ranging from A to L in nonwire bras ($22+), underwire bras ($32+), and specialty bras ($28+), Alice Rae's knowledgeable staff can find the appropriate undergarment for any outfit or for use as an alternative flagpole ornament. Alice Rae also stocks a dazzling selection of sleepwear, loungewear, foundation garments, bridal lingerie, and fashionable silken sieves.
Focusing on local and sustainable produce, Allen’s Organics Farmers Market assembles vendors of local and sustainable fruits and vegetables together in one place. Visitors can browse a cornucopia of produce before pogo-sticking in-between stands to pluck seasonal selections that range from seedless watermelons, peaches, and plums to tomatoes and serrano chiles ($.31–3.99/lb.). Shop other comestibles sold individually or by the bunch (ranging from $1 for 4 to $3.99 each), including garlic, parsley, beets, leeks, asparagus, and Bradys.
Lighting design specialists certified by the American Lighting Association guide customers through Sun Lighting’s 2,000-square-foot showroom, with a massive collection of lights and household ornaments that garnered an ARTS award in 2008. A bronze mini chandelier sets nooks aglow with a quintet of candles ($72.20); flowery glass sconces bloom from walls to render hallways and secret passageways to the neighbors’ wine cellar nocturnally navigable ($22.68). Alternately, energy-efficient lights, including bowl-style flush mounts ($29.15) and outdoor lantern wall mounts ($49.88), help keep electricity Earth-friendly without the hassle of rubbing Shamu-shaped balloon animals on carpets. Sun Lighting also stocks a cornucopia of ceiling fans and home accents, such as rustic distressed mirrors ($63.80) and tendril-sprouting shelves ($50.60).
Locally owned and operated since 1989, Teacher Parent Connection lines its shelves with more than 10,000 products for teachers, parents, and students alike. Arts and crafts supplies, games and puzzles, bulletin-board borders, and other brain-building baubles aid in training the next generation in and beyond the realms of reading, writing, and arithmetic.