Phoenix / Arizona Latin / Spanish Restaurants

Phoenix / Arizona Latin / Spanish Restaurants
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Contigo Restaurant
Latin / Spanish | Tucson
68 reviews

Contigo Latin Kitchen is a restaurant with both Latin heart and soul. With only 45 seats, it is one of the most intimate dining spaces in Tucson. Whether for an extended happy hour or a relaxed family dinner, Contigo is the place to meet old friends and make new ones and enjoy the best in modern Latin cuisine.

Stop in to experience unforgettable hospitality, soulful Latin cuisine and refreshing drinks in a hip, urban space.

El Cisne
Mexican / Southwestern | Tucson
12 reviews

At El Cisne Restaurant you will find exceptional variations of fine Mexican food with influences from abroad as well as favorite traditional Mexican dishes. We specialize in wonderfully prepared seafood and steaks. El Cisne also carries a wide variety of beers, wines and liquors including exceptionally prepared specialty drinks. Beer and wine were also brought by immigrants to Mexico. Many of these are now favorites in the United States and several other countries.

This multi-cultural Mexican heritage is the heart and soul of El Cisne Restaurant. Each dish and drink is prepared and served by our highly experienced staff in a modern contemporary setting that is both elegant and relaxed. We hope you enjoy your experience and thank you for visiting us!

Toro – Latin Restaurant and Rum Bar
Latin / Spanish | Scottsdale
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Located at the Clubhouse overlooking the 18th hole of the famed TPC Scottsdale Stadium Course (home of the PGA Tour's Waste Management Phoenix Open). Toro Latin Restaurant & Rum Bar, a collaboration with celebrity chef, Richard Sandoval, will open to the public on December 5, 2014. The menu features Pan Latin cuisine, which artfully combines the distinct flavors of South and Central America with ingredients rooted in the Japanese and Chinese Peruvian cultures.

The Mission
Latin American | Scottsdale
197 reviews

Old Town Scottsdale’s heart is beating to a Latin drum, now that The Mission has arrived and brightened the restaurant scene. Renowned Zinc Bistro Chef Matt Carter is now cooking up modern Latin cuisine blending influences from Spain, Mexico, Central America and South America. Home made Tortillas, Arepas, and Salsas are made fresh daily and all meats are prepared on a Plancha or a grill using pecan and mesquite wood that instills a rich flavor.