In addition to the wraps, the restaurant also has homemade hummus, baba ghanoush, daily soups like lentil, and various salads like tabouli and fatoush pita salad.
I also spotted some pinwheel pies in the deli case that were brought over from Za'atar.
And at a nearby table on the patio, three Texas airmen were enjoying local beer and soaking up the Tucson sun one last time.After a week working in Tucson, they were heading home.“This is awesomely positioned so that you don’t have to go through security,” said Bryan, who didn’t want to give his last name due to his military position.“This is kinda neat.”Other Tucson-inspired restaurants opening early next year include Empire Pizza, inspired by the popular downtown pizzeria, opening on Concourse A near the A Gates.Mixta Express Kitchen, a second Beyond Bread location, El Charro and Thunder Canyon Brewery are all near the B Gates on Concourse B.(Arbuckle’s Coffee opened last week near the lower level baggage claim.)The restaurant has a wraparound full-service bar with flat-screen TVs and a small dining room with a handful of tables, but it is the patio with its mint-colored puffy benches and chairs overlooking the TIA parking lot that has proved to be a big draw.
That and being on the ticketing level creates opportunities for the brewpub to become a go-to restaurant/bar for guests from the nearby hotels, said Noble Hops manager Morgan Jeffcoat.“We get lots of people who come from the hotels that don’t have restaurants or bars, or they may be closed by the time (travelers) get in,” Jeffcoat said at the beginning of the lunch rush last Friday as the barstools filled up and passengers loaded down with luggage plopped into the half-dozen dining room tables.The housemade cream basically freezes instantly, when it touches the cold surface.It's a little bit firmer than regular ice cream, but has a similar flavor with less fat. Follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/wrapnroll1011 Minutes after noon last Friday, as travelers gathered around the baggage-claim carousels at Tucson International Airport and a couple gave their tearful young grandson a final hug, Carmen and Ernie Schank were kicking back on the patio of the months-old Noble Hops brew pub not far from the American Airlines ticket counter.One of Tucson's best sushi bars is about to open a traditional Japanese ramen shop, with 10 varieties of ramen on the menu.Jun and Diana Arai of the east-side's Ginza Sushi plan to open Raijin Ramen, named after the Shinto god of thunder, in the former Saga Sushi spot at 2955 E. The couple hopes to open as early as mid-December, as soon as the permitting process goes through.Jun learned to prepare ramen by working at a ramen restaurant in the Nagano Prefecture outside of Tokyo, where he's originally from.