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The Carriage House Downtown

49 reviews
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$30 and under
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Global, International
Top Tags:
  • Great for Brunch
  • Special Occasion
  • Good for Groups

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Janos Wilder's Dim Sum and Then Some brunch is an homage to traditional Hong Kong and Cantonese Dim Sum Parlors with additional dishes from the restaurants repertoire if global influenced dishes. Guests will be offered from full Dim Sum cart service for both food and beverages.
Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Global, International, Dim Sum, Creative Western
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Hours of operation
Special Events only - please see our website for details.
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Phone number
(520) 615-6100 ext. 1
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Payment options
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Casual Dress
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Executive chef
Devon Sanner
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We have a full kitchen for in house or catering at your location.
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Cross street
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Parking details
PDim Sum parking is available in the Carriage House lot, at DOWNTOWN Kitchen + Cocktails and on street without meter charges.
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Public transit
1 Block South of the Modern Street Car stop on 6th and Broadway.
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Special events & promotions
See for details of all special events.
Banquet, Beer, Full Bar, Private Room, Wine
What 49 People Are SayingWrite a review
Overall ratings and reviews
4.1  based on all time ratings
Noise · Moderate
87% of people would recommend it to a friend
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OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
3.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

It was a fund raiser and as that it was ok, except that without tables, standup or sit down, it was very difficult to balance a drink and flimsy paper dishes without spilling.

OpenTable Diner (Washington DC)
2.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

I've been to events at Carriage House before. This was the City of Gastronomy event. When we got inside, there were no seats or even bistro tables. Think about it--you have a plate of food and a beverage in your hands and need to cut the pork adobo with the side of your fork--how is that supposed to happen? I complained, and the staff provided a dozen chairs in our little corner of the room. It wasn't long before there were chairs everywhere! Also, of the 4 promised dishes, only 3 were served; an unpleasant pork belly was served instead. The advertising promised several cocktails and "non-alcholic beverages." When I asked the bartender, he said the non-alcoholic beverage was water. Really! Again, I complained, and the staff found several Cokes and Diet Cokes.

The waitstaff worked really hard--I hope they got paid accordingly. But for $40 a person, not the quality experience I expected.

OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
4.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

This was a special event at a special events venue. It is not open on a daily basis.

OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
3.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

Overall, we enjoyed the venue and the food presentations, but have a few suggestions for future events. First, let the public know that this is not a sit-down meal, but rather a tasting and you will be standing. Our confirmation stated that we were confirmed for a table for two. Secondly, when you’re pouring a glass of wine, give the customer at least a half glass, and not in a stemmed plastic glass where the stem falls off. And last of all, since many of your customers were older, have some/ more chairs and a few small tables set around for convenience. It’s awkward juggling a drink and a plate of food with no where to sit or a place to put your plate other than the floor. These are not criticisms, simply suggestions.

OpenTable Diner (Vancouver)
3.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

We attended the Gastronomy chef's meal creation samples from the countries each chef attended. The food was delicious but the seating and lack of tables wasn't a very comfortable dining experience. There were too many people for the occasion. It would have been better to do two evenings with fewer people at each event.

TastyFun (Chicago)
4.0  Dined on November 19, 2017

We were led to believe it was seating at tables — but this wasn't the case. We asked for chairs as my friend with foot injury in a boot couldn't stand the whole time. It was awkward trying to hold a drink and food, and then also eat (where's my 3rd arm/hand)?

Other than the above, the event was well run, the food was wonderful, would do it again in a heartbeat! loved meeting and talking with the chefs.

vipLisab (Salt Lake City)
5.0  Dined on October 29, 2017

We went to a fundraiser/dinner here, with several chefs from downtown Tucson doing the cooking. It was fun to see what they would all come up with for the event and it was all sooo good. We will come to this event again next year!

OpenTable Diner (Washington DC)
5.0  Dined on September 29, 2017

Great fun--the Lebanese cuisine showed me that lamb could be delicious; my partner was surprised by beets. Great presentation.

OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
5.0  Dined on July 21, 2017

Cooking presentation was a fantastic experience! The chefs were amazing. The service was excellent.

OpenTable Diner (Tucson)
4.0  Dined on July 21, 2017

I took a cooking class -excellent food and service!
The class was more for beginners-I was hoping to learn and see more advanced techniques /tips being used. I've taken other cooking classes and the exciting part is learning something new.