Congress Street and Scott Ave
Developers Ron Schwabe and Marcel Dabdoub are partnering to remodel the buildings at 98 (former Wig-o-Rama), 100 (former Grill) and 110 E. Congress St. into over 9,000 square feet of space for dining and retail. Each space will rejuvenate the original brick façade close to its original splendor. Tucson’s Ten55 Brewing Company opened a restaurant and bar in the 110 E. Congress space, while tenants for the other three spaces have yet to be confirmed. The corner the 98 E. Congress building was said to have interest from chain beverage giant, Starbucks Coffee, but Peach Properties is looking into local tenants instead.
Fine craft beer and delicious scratch-made sausage go together like… beer and sausage.