Your local Studebreader dealer...
The Julien Drew Building rolled open its doors in 1917. With rich red brick walls and tall window panes for optimal lighting, it was designed by the Tucson businessman to be one of the very first indoor automobile showrooms – a place to flaunt flossy Studebakers and Fords of their day in all their horseless glory. Today, we like to think our fine craft sandwiches do justice on the floor
We’re honored to serve out of such an historic place in such a special city. And in a way, downtown Tucson is a showroom of its own. Browse the streets, and you’ll find curious eateries, locally owned businesses, and a menagerie of boutique shops. Stick around ‘til evening, and the sunsets will dazzle you like the chrome on a Studebaker rolled right out the crate.
Shop features include distressed baroque wallpaper, worn exposed brick, tufted black leather booths, cushy, red velvet seating island, and a mural by our friend Joe Pagac. Artifacts include an antique European sofa, a vintage steamer trunk, and old photographs of the famed Route 66's local stretch.