Golfers Eat the Spoils of the Great Chimichanga War

Tucson staple El Charro Café has been recognized by the New York Post and Parade magazine as the home of the Chimichanga. This seems to be a point of contention for some hometown restaurants, and before a truce could be reached, the Chimichanga Wars sprung forth. It’s a tasty bone of contention, and one we want to bite into!

So we decided to get our AZGH golfers into the debate. When you book your next golf vacation package with us at Tucson & Scottsdale Golf Vacations, we will give to each member in your package group a $25 gift certificate to eat at El Charro Cafe. Of course, you can order from the menu anything you wish, but we hope you try the Chimichanga. If it is indeed the original (and best) chimichanga as claimed, we want to find out from you how good it tastes and whether it surely should be the victor in the Great Chimichanga Wars!

We have seven different Tucson Golf Vacation packages for you to choose from, and even better, you can build your own!

The packages offer you a unique look at the varied courses in the area: Learn the intricacies of a desert golf course while playing The Gallery’s north course. Challenge yourself with a mountainous round at Mountain View Golf Club at Saddlebrooke, which sits 3,200 feet above sea level in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Play the course that hosted the Tucson Open at the challenging Starr Pass Country Club. So many to choose from that you just may need to visit more than once a year!

We will give you your El Charro Cafe gift certificates when you arrive along with a short scoring card so that you can register your vote in the Great Chimichanga War debate!

One response to “Golfers Eat the Spoils of the Great Chimichanga War

  1. Pingback: Cheeky Chimichangas | What's On the Stove?

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