A grocery store is like a carnival midway—it offers shelves and shelves of goodies that only become available after lobbing baseballs at stacks of bottles. Today's Groupon brings the fresh food without the carnie cons: for $15, you get $30 worth of grocery goods and hard-to-find ingredients at 17th Street Market, located in the Warehouse District.
Specializing in a consortium of conventional and organic produce, natural meats, and seafoods, family-owned 17th Street Market has loaded the larders and plied the pantries of Tucson for nearly 20 years. With over 150 distinct types of noodles and a 50-foot-long seafood display case, the market can supply a half-year's worth of no-repeat noodle dishes and 40 varieties of fish (from $4.99/lb. for fresh farmed). Sashimi-grade tuna ($19.99/lb.) takes all the harpooning, sautéing, and woking out of dinner. For land-meat lovers, a rotating roster of daily sausage selections, including hot Italian and English breakfast sausages (starting at $3.29/lb.), are made in-market using only the shoulder cuts of natural pork, plus herbs and spices from the market's spice section.
Guide your taste buds on a flavorful tour of the produce section, discovering exotic edibles such as bok choy, galanga, and enoke mushrooms (produce pricing ranges from $0.69 to $5.99/lb.). Working closely with fruit makers and produce producers to find the most flavorful crops, 17th Street Market buys its organic edibles in bulk, rendering some of the items the same price or less than conventional produce. Use today's Groupon to stock up on kitchen cupboard essentials or to gather the natural bison, lily bulbs, and dried Gobi fish you need to flavor the boss's birthday cake.
- They are doing something they love and I--along with a bunch of other people--are lucky to know about it. Check it out and have an adventure while you get your groceries! – jamie b., Yelp
- A beautiful organic produce selection you can pick up anything from aguacates to bok choi and more. – Crystal T., Insiderpages
- The people working there are helpful, friendly, and fun to talk to. Ask them a question and they have amazing amounts of information. They go above and beyond with great customer service. – Christina W., Yelp
840 E 17th St.
Tucson, Arizona 85719Get Directions