• ChandelierPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • Dining RoomPhoto by Jesse Andre
  • BarPhoto by Jesse Andre
  • ClamsPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • Root Vegetable CakesPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • Tuna CrudoPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • New Potato Green Bean SaladPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • Grilled SardinesPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • Coronet HimubrjirPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • Salad of St. GeorgePhoto by Shannon Christine
  • HalibutPhoto by Shannon Christine
  • New York StripPhoto by Shannon Christine

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‘Tis the season specials thru December 31st, 2019.

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Welcome to The Coronet

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 and head bartender Keila Herrington. Sally Kane, Gregor Kretschmann, and Matthew Cordes are the proprietors.

We want everyone to feel well cared for and to enjoy themselves through the pleasure that only comes when eating wonderful food, drinking wonderful drinks, and being somewhere that allows one to transport, for a moment, into the present.

Calendar

January26Sunday

Sunday Music: Porch Rockers

6 pm – 8 pm
Sunday Music: Porch Rockers
Join us for an evening of the blues with Steve Jonas (harmonica and vocals) & Mike Blommer (guitar and vocals).

Steve Jonas:
Steve Jonas has played professionally for 20 years taking his love of the blues from Boston to Toronto, from Osaka to Tokyo and from Austin to Dallas. He now lives in Tucson and enjoys playing the blues with some of Tucson's very best musicians.


Mike Blommer:
Mile Blommer has played professionally for over 25 years. He was inducted to the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame in 2003 and recently the Tucson Musicians Museum. He has toured nationally and internationally taking his Arizona Blues guitar to audiences all around the world.
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January30Thursday

An Evening of Violin & Piano Duos

6 pm – 8 pm
An Evening of Violin & Piano Duos
Please join us for an evening of delightful classical violin and piano duets from Mozart to original Tango compositions.

About the performers:

Samantha Bounkeua // Classical violinist gone rogue, Samantha Bounkeua aka RogueViolin, is a queer experimental musician, composer and producer specializing in non-traditional violin performance. A graduate from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, she's performed internationally as a guest artist with the Southern Arizona Symphony, New Mexico Symphony, Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble, Britten-Pears New Music Festival, Festival de Opera San Luis, the Rogue Theatre and more. She also appears regularly with Tucson, Arizona music projects including Two-Door Hatchback, Sapphocracy & ChamberLab. In Fall 2019, Samantha was awarded a stART mini-grant from the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona to complete an album about queer subculture, and has been commissioned to write music for the Binational Encuentro (an event about the female migratory experience), ChamberLab, LuftBassoon, Hawkins Dance Company and more. In 2015, Samantha began her position as the personal assistant and project manager to Tim Collins, one of the world's most recognized rock band managers and former manager to Aerosmith and Steven Tyler. In January 2020, Samantha is planning to launch Harbor Lighthouse Studios, an all-inclusive music publishing company, with her business partner, Jeffrey Anthony, a nationally esteemed drummer, producer, and original Music Genome Project team member.

Russell Ronnebaum//Russell Ronnebaum holds a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance from the University of Kansas and a Masters Degree in collaborative piano from the University of Arizona where he studied under Dr. Paula Fan
For the 2019-20 season, Russell was named Music Director and Composer in Residence of The Rogue Theatre in Tucson, AZ. He also serves as the assistant director of music at St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in Oro Valley.
Russell has served as the staff accompanist for the Tucson Masterworks Chorale since 2015. For the 2017 Masterworks Chorale series, Mr. Ronnebaum performed as
soloist for Beethoven’s 2nd Piano Concerto, Op. 19.
Past performance and compositional engagements include Artifact Dance Project, The Rogue Theatre, and the University of Arizona. Other performance engagements have been with acclaimed organizations such as the Tucson Symphony Orchestra (TSO), American Wind Symphony Orchestra, and Tucson Masterworks Chorale. His music has been played on 90.5 FM Arizona Public Media, and 91.3 KXCI ‘Locals Only’ program. Russell made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2016 performing the music of composer Dan Forrest.
Recent composition commissions and premieres include music for voice, choir, piano, string orchestra, and live theatre. Recordings, videos, sheet music, and upcoming concert dates can be found at: www.RRonnebaum.com
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February2Sunday

Sunday Music: Evening of Violin Duets

6 pm – 8 pm
Sunday Music: Evening of Violin Duets
Join us for a classical evening of romantic and virtuosic duos as Samantha Bounkeua (www.rogueviolin.com) is joined by guest performer Laura Tagawa (www.lauratagawa.com) presenting compositions from Bartok to Teleman for a violinistic evening of delight. 6-8pm
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Hours

Holiday Hours
Christmas Eve 4 pm – 9 pm
Christmas Day CLOSED
New Year’s Eve 4 pm – 12 am
New Year’s Day CLOSED
Monday & Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday & Thursday 4 pm – 9 pm
Friday & Saturday 4 pm – 10 pm
Sunday 4 pm – 9 pm
Happy Hour 4 pm – 6 pm
Dinner Service 5 pm

Reservations

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