And the winner is…
110 E. Pennington St.Tucson, AZ 85701
Café Poca Cosa’s ultra-hip, urban-chic décor is the gorgeous visual precursor to chef-owner Suzana Davila’s innovative nuevo Mexican entrees.
231 E. 26th St.Tucson, AZ 85713
Maybe Tucson's best kept secret, El Torero has been serving authentic Mexican food—their turkey mole, huge cheese crisps, mountainous topopos, signature red-white-and-green El Torero plate—since 1956.
Five locations in TucsonTucson, AZ 85701
El Charro’s late-19th-century building, décor and lovely outdoor patio alone make it a destination, and the carne seca is famous for a reason.
1813 S. 4th Ave.Tucson, AZ 85713
With roots to 1952, the proof of "My Little Nest's" popularity is the line that often extends out the front door. The star of the Sonoran menu is The President's Plate, which was served to then-prez Bill Clinton.
1749 N. Oracle RoadTucson, AZ 85705
Call it a compound, because this place has an expansive dining room complete with a center stage for live mariachi music. Focusing on Sonoran-style Mexican cuisine, La Fuente has welcomed the likes of Johnny Cash and Frank Sinatra.
Best of Metromix Tucson 2010
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