EL CHARRO CAFE
311 North Court Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85701 Directions
Chicken, Pescado Tropical, Vegetarian Enchiladas, Beef, Pork Recipes, Vegetarian Recipes, Grilled Asada Recipes, Tamale Stuffed Chicken, Grass-Fed Charro Steak, Reynosa Chicken, Carlotta’s Clásico Chicken Mole, Tableside Guacamole, Shrimp Chi-Charron, Crisp Corn Taco Recipes, Soft Tacos, Dos Enchiladas, Grilled Green Cheese & Enchiladas Banderas
El Charro Cafe is built by their beloved Tia Monica Flin, Tucson, in 1922. It is Arizona's the Nation's Most traditional Mexican Establishment and in constant development by the same family, and also it is one of America's 21 Most Legendary Eateries. It was acclaimed by the Gourmet Magazine, in October, 2008. Their Tia Monica is a real organizer and burgeoning chef, came to Tucson via France in the 1800s, whose trademark work can be seen during Tucson's Historic District, also built the family's home in 1896. Tucson's Culinary History that has been gained the dining symbol acclaim from all over the globe. The restaurant motto is to serving up traditional Northern Mexico-Sonoran technique and innovative Tucson-style Mexican cuisine. Their teams are serving every one of their patrons with an extensive array of award-winning hand-crafted methods based on Sonoran and regional ingredients. They are also helping in two more locations within Arizona.
Price: Starts from $6.95
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GUADALAJARA ORIGINAL GRILL
1220 East Prince Road, Tucson, AZ 85719 Directions
Guacamole, Fiesta Platter, Camarones Villa, Chapala Rajas, Tostadas, Burrito Chilango, Plato Bandera, Manchegos, Quesadilla, Lobster, Pork Carnitas, Plato Pancho Villa, Tequila Shrimp Bowl, Shrimp, Tostaditas, Portobello Fiesta, Beef Burrito, Grilled Steak, Fajitas, Chicken, Carne Asada, Beef, Chile Verde, Carnitas, Beverages & Chili Colorado
"Guadalajara Original Grill" was motivated to start were Emma Yolanda Vera, Guadalajara, and Mexico. It has a bright and friendly ambiance surrounds you with unique art and décor, delivering them one of Tucson'sTucson's top Mexican restaurants. It has been serving up a wide variety of the most real Mexican food, including popular dishes and innovative, fresh dishes that keep their clients coming back. The restaurant is a great place to go with your friends and families. Their teams are dedicated to making your visit a comprehensive and impressive dining experience. If you are planning a unique, office, or corporate party, their catering teams can help with all the work. You can choose from a collection of authentic Mexican dishes prepared to order with the purest ingredients and also delivered to your area. They offer original table-side salsa for evening visitors, the highest quality beef and fresh seafood, homemade sweet corn and flour tortillas as well as active mariachis nightly.
Price: Starts from $8.39
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1813 South 4th Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85713 Directions
Buttered Tostada, Cheese Tostada with Guacamole, Green Chile, Rolled Chicken, Birria and Seca, Shredded Beef, Ground Beef, Chicken Burro, Burro Deluxe, Chicken Tostadas, Nopalito, Green Chile, Red Menudo, Pan Birote, Homemade Soup, Albondigas, Tortilla, Sides, Desserts, Hamburger, Fresh Salads, Enchiladas, Sides & Carne Con Chile Colorado
Mi Nidito was opened by Ernesto and Alicia Lopez on the corner of historic South Tucson. The restaurant is now maintained by Ernest Lopez Jr. and his wife Yolanda; Sons Jimmy and Ernie III help with to run this family business. The trademark name Mi Nidito indicates "My Little Nest" because of its initially small size. The restaurant indoor has accommodated 35 additional seats. Hispanic Magazine has determined it as one of the nation's best Hispanic restaurants, and it has won multiple awards in history. Its motto is serving up for some excellent Mexican cuisine at reasonable prices. The tradition in Tucson's Mexican eateries, Mi Nidito, emphasizes real Sonoran cooking. Their teams are holding to serves celebrities for Paul Rodriguez, Willie Nelson, Linda Ronstadt, Rich Little, William Shatner, and more. The famous restaurant receipts are chile Relleno, Flautas, Birria (shredded beef), chimichangas (deep-fried burros), and enchiladas.
Price: Starts from $2.95