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Our menu is a nod to that tradition with a dash of modern expression to keep it fun and fresh. Mojo features an authentic line-up of traditional Cuban comforts like ropa vieja, empanadas, fried yuca, mojo chicken, and the quintessential Cuban sandwich.
At our indoor/outdoor bar, guests will find an impressive array of rums designed both for sipping and for anchoring traditional cocktails all prepared against the backdrop of a regionally inspired soundtrack intentionally curated to accompany the shaking and stirring. Selections include Mojitos, Cuba Libres, Pina Coladas, and, of course, Daquiris, precisely the way Ernest Hemingway prescribed.
Developed and helmed by a team of industry veterans, Mojo is a true collaboration of both local and national talent.
We offer sincere service, alongside a taste for purity and creativity throughout our menu. This has earned our intimate spot support from locals as well as travelers. Our menu and our team cater to the many dietary needs and preferences of our guests. Featuring a small yet solid wine list, craft beer, & select spirits and a few great cocktails.
Our kitchen prepares everything from comfort food and foodie delights to truly healthy plates. We are looking forward to your visit, it is our pleasure to welcome you through the door and see your smiles.
HAPPY HOUR EVERY DAY 2PM-5PM
We hope to establish ourselves as a true hub, woven into the fabric of one of Tucson's most vibrant areas. The focus of the experience at Tito and Pep is mesquite-fired cuisine, as well as a full-service beverage menu featuring quality beer, wine, & cocktails.
Applying over 20 years of experience gained across the U.S. and abroad, Chef & Owner John Martinez draws influence from the multi-cultural history of the region and from his travels, to create a cuisine that is vibrant and delicious.
A modern, fun atmosphere with an outdoor patio and a bar featuring craft beers and wine on tap.
If you’re not a regular already, come by and let us prove why we’re so proud of what we do. Enjoy our exquisite indoor and outdoor seating with impeccable views of the Catalina Mountains, 18th Hole of the Catalina Golf Course and gorgeous sunsets.
We are located at the Omni Tucson National Resort off I-10 West and Cortaro Road.
Boasting al fresco dining, a rustic Cantina, and live music under the stars this gem certainly offers something for everyone.
Named Best Outdoor Dining in the Best of Tucson
Breathtaking mountain and city views are captured from The Grill dining room where you will be treated to Spirited Southwestern Hospitality and a remarkable menu featuring local ingredients from the resort's own organic gardens, local purveyors, and growers.
The Grill wine list, with over 800 selections, was twice bestowed The Award of Ultimate Distinction by Wine Enthusiast Magazine and has been awarded the Best Of Award of Excellence; from Wine Spectator for 23 consecutive years.
Our more casual setting, Terraza Garden Patio; Lounge features a charming open air patio with a variety of seating options and live music.
You won't want to miss our famous bar complete with saddles for barstools.
If your desired time is not available, phone (520) 398-3515. Reservations are not necessary for breakfast or lunch but are recommended for dinner and for patio seating.
When we opened Contigo in 2010, we wanted to create the kind of restaurant that we would like to have in our neighborhood. We included tapas dishes that are perfect for sharing plus amazing Latin dishes, spectacular cocktails and wine. Today, at the Westin La Paloma, Contigo also now features stunning city views, a beautiful and inviting space, great music and a friendly and attentive team dedicated to keeping our customers happy.
- ABAngelinaBTucson •1 review5.0Dined 3 days agoFantastic food and fantastic service. We had the hand pulled Aviator pizza which had Nueske bacon. Such an amazing smoky flavor. Also had the Brussels sprouts which had just the right amount of sweetness. A little pricey but well worth it.More infoDoughbird Pizza & Chicken - TucsonPrice: Moderate• Pizzeria• Midtown•4.6
- JjudyvipPhoenix / Arizona •14 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoOur waitperson was top-notch. I forget her name but I would go back because of her first-class service.More infoFloras Market RunPrice: Moderate• Burgers• South Tucson•4.4
- LMLorraneMPhoenix / Arizona •22 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoFood was delicious but not hot. All 4 of us commented the food was barely warm. Seems like it was sitting around a while before being served. Sending it back probably would have resulted on overcooked food, so we didn't.More infoAgustin KitchenPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown Tucson•4.5
- SSarahGreater Boston •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023This restaurant was recommended by our daughter who lives in Tucson. We have foodie friends visiting and we wanted a special place for her birthday. Tito and Pep far exceeded our expectations. Every dish was so tasteful, different and delightful. I particularly like the cold eggplant appetizer. Our daughter said we had to save room for the buttermilk panna cotta and it was good advice. All 4 of us left raving about the food. We also appreciate that the staff worked on Jan 1 st which is our friend's birthday.More infoTito and PepPrice: Moderate• Southwest• Midtown•4.8
- TPTanyaPvipSan Francisco Bay Area •4 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023A great family experience with healthy and tasty food options!More infoCulinary Dropout - TucsonPrice: Moderate• Gastro Pub• Midtown•4.5
Considering that Tucson is the birthplace of the chimichanga, it should come as no surprise that Mexican restaurants are prolific in this city. Tucson falls right on the edge of the Sonoran Desert, and the cooking style in the city represents what's popular throughout this desert region. Sonoran dishes are typically based on beans, corn tortillas, cheese, peppers, and meat. Of course, although Tucson is distinctly Sonoran, it is also American, and that means you're sure to find a melting pot of cuisines within the city. When you're ready to branch out from Southwestern fare, try seafood or steak. Thin-crust pizza hits the spot when you want a familiar dish, and to top off your meal, homemade gelato is a local favorite.
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