At the beginning of our 19–20 season the TSO celebrated with you at the newly opened The Coronet at Cushing Street! Over 100 symphony supporters and musicians attended, enjoying the beautiful atmosphere, food, and even a Lucky No. 7 cocktail in honor of TSO’s performance of Beethoven Symphony No. 7 for Opening Weekend.

“There is a beautiful symbiosis between the TSO and The Coronet at Cushing Street – bookends for an evening of time well spent. It is a treasure to sit together and be moved as one in the moment, whilst the music takes you gently, reminds you of passion, or leaves you bare. Our curated space with classic sensibilities for the eyes and for the palate similarly transports you. Dining with friends and loved ones can hold you for a moment in the present and allow you to cherish what you have. We are proud to partner with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and value these shared experiences.”
—Sally Kane, owner, The Coronet at Cushing Street

The Coronet at Cushing Street Offers Curbside Pickup!

The Coronet is offering 20% off when ordering online for pick up. Alcohol is also 30% off. The promo code is GIMME20.

Order from The Coronet at Cushing Street and use code GIMME20

The Coronet, where classic sensibility meets international cuisine. We care deeply about all of our ingredients and our products. We absolutely love food!

The harmony of inspired collaboration is evident on the plate and on the palate. The meats are all sustainable and considerately sourced, the seafood always on the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s seafood watch list of best choices. Our menu is seasonally inspired and the fruits and vegetables are organic when possible. We have an omnivores gusto, nevertheless many of our dishes can be savored by vegetarians, vegans, and gluten dissidents. There is always a bounty of fruits and vegetables.

The Coronet enjoyed its original location in the historic Coronado Hotel for 5 years. It relocated to the territorial adobe landmark Cushing Street in the fall of 2019. We are grateful to be able to operate in this legacy location that has been the home to the Cushing Street Bar & Restaurant – lovingly operated by the Rollings family since 1972.

Our phenomenal staff is headed by executive chef Mahmoud “Moody” Elbarasi (pictured) and head bartender Keila Herrington. Sally Kane (pictured), Gregor Kretschmann, and Matthew Cordes are the proprietors.

Interested in partnering with the TSO? Contact Julia Filson, Associate Director of Development at (520) 620-9177 / jfilson@tucsonsymphony.org.