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    La Cocina Restaurant, Cantina & Coffee Bar
    Eat a meal in our beautiful courtyard, belly up to the bar and have a creative cocktail, listen to live music under the stars, or dance until the wee hours – there is something for everyone.

    We care deeply for our community and strive to provide a gathering place for all. Tucson musicians take the stage most days of the week, our Cantina pours local beer, and we support our local farmers and ranchers.

    Located in the heart of the historic Presidio district of downtown Tucson and tucked inside the walls of Old Town Artisans you will find the beautiful courtyard restaurant that is La Cocina. Boasting al fresco dining, a rustic Cantina, and live music under the stars this gem certainly offers something for everyone.

    The menu is an eclectic mix of Mexican food, sandwiches, salads, and other globally inspired items. Lunch is served daily, brunch takes place on Saturday and Sunday, and dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday nights. You will even find a late night taco bar using an outdoor grill on the weekends.

    Step inside the Cantina and you will find several Arizona craft beers on tap, a full bar, and house infused spirits. The bar staff mixes up creative twists on classic cocktails using fresh, house made ingredients.

    Our newest addition is The Dusty Monk Pub, which is a European-style pub featuring an extensive list of Belgian beer, a carefully curated whiskey list, and pub fare.

    Both local and national acts are featured on the outdoor stage most nights of the week. Late night music focuses on high energy acts or DJ’s that guarantee you won’t be able to keep your feet still.

    Whether you are dining, drinking, or dancing La Cocina surely offers something for everyone!
    La Estrella Bakery
    Mexican cuisine is about more than just tacos and burritos – discover the sweet side of south of the border! At La Estrella Bakery we specialize in pastries, breads, cookies, tortillas and more.

    At the Mercado San Agustin: A Tucson staple with yummy traditional Mexican pastries and pan dulce you won’t find anywhere else in town.
    We bake on a daily basis an assortment of baked goods, from conchas (pan de huevo) to cochitos, from empanadas (with different fillings) to pan fino.

    Our original location can be found at:5266 S. 12th Ave Tucson, AZ 85706
    La Roca Restaurant
    La Roca, only a short stroll from the Arizona border, is one of the finest culinary experiences in all of Mexico . Nestled in the historic Casa Margot and carved in to the base of a natural rock cliff, here, you’ll savor clasico Sonoran cuisine made with only the freshest produce from the fertile farms of the Sinaloa Valley, the freshest seafood from Guaymas and Los Mochis, and choice beef from the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountains.

    Just below the restaurant, in the courtyard, you'll find El Changarro Home Décor and La Granada Boutique. Shop for beautiful hand made furniture, colorful talavera pottery, hand-blown glass, sumptuously soft cotton clothing, silver jewelry and much more!

    Lasagna And More, LLC
    Mail Order lasagnas and manicotti dishes. Products are available at various Farmer's Markets in and around Tucson including a marinara sauce.

    A mail order service offering lasagna, manicotti and more shipped via FedEx directly to your door.

    Chef ‘Scotty’ first started cooking in commercial kitchens in 1965. Over the years he has studied Italian, French, and American cuisine under several world renowned chefs. He has owned and operated four of his own restaurants including a 4-star Italian restaurant and two World Pasta Houses. His creation of original sauces and ‘fusion’ dishes, as well as his critical acclaim, has earned him the nickname, ‘Mr. Pasta’ and made his name and distinct food recognizable through much of Southern Arizona and the Southwest where he lives.

    A competitor in the Iron Chef competition, his unique Southwest Spice, a mix/rub, which he created over twenty years ago, is a hallmark of taste for many of his original dishes. Its ability to"‘wake up’ and enhance flavor is now available for the first time through the pages of lasagnaandmorebymail.com to you for use in your own great dishes at home. A few sprinkles and your dish will make your taste buds come alive. Try Southwest Spice just once and you’ll want it as a regular component for your spice rack.

    Our Food - All Natural - Pesticide Free - No Salt or Sugar
    The ingredients we use at Lasagna and More to make our products are hand picked by Chef Scotty.
    The ground sirloin and Italian sweet sausage, with a hint of fennel, that the Chef selects comes from a family owned local butcher, Dickman’s Meats. They are all natural, free range grass and corn fed, and ground fresh just for Lasagna and More. No salt or processed sugar is added to our products.
    The vegetables Chef Scotty uses are organic and/or pesticide free. Our cheeses, pastas, herbs, and spices are the highest quality.

    Chef Scotty’s own recipes for Marinara and other sauces call for the exclusive use of San Marzano tomatoes and a little known but fantastic tomato, grown locally at the organic and pesticide free Markley Farms. The chef and his staff blend these local/regional ingredients by hand before they package your meals and then freeze them immediately to lock in freshness.
    Le Rendez-Vous
    French Bistro and Restaurant

    Founded by chef Jean-Claude Berger in 1980, Le Rendez-Vous is an award-winning restaurant that has become an icon for authentic French cooking in Tucson, Arizona. With now son Gordon Berger as the new owner, the traditions of Le Rendez-Vous will take on a new chapter. Le Rendez-Vous is not only a formal restaurant to celebrate a special occasion, but a relaxing place to also experience the culinary traditions of France in a fun and affordable way. We now have two dining experiences to share, our Bistro and fine dining Restaurant areas. Our Bistro area features smaller plates for sampling and sharing. Our fine dining areas has full tableside service with custom orders made at your table. Our lunch and dinner menus are available all day, and all on one menu. For greater menu selection, call ahead to hear about our daily specials. We always take advantage of seasonal ingredients! General Information
    LIttle Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery
    Little Toad Creek Brewery & Distillery has a downtown restaurant & tasting room in Silver City, NM, as well as a seasonal location in the Gila Wilderness.

    Our Beer

    Be sure to check out our facebook page and website for details on live music. Our brewery focuses on beer brewed in classic style. No gimmicks, no tricks, just beer the way it's meant to be tasted. We love the amazing variety of craft beers on the market these days and believe in presenting our beers as the best in traditional styles without distraction. We offer a rotating selection of our own craft beer, which include Blonde Ale, Amber Ale, Pale Ale, NM Brown, and Porter, with many seasonal offerings available as limited release. We also proudly offer craft beers from other parts of the state of New Mexico - just ask about our Guest Tap Offerings.

    Our Spirits
    Our hand-built copper still produces small batches of craft spirits. The first Micro-Distillery in southwest New Mexico, Little Toad Creek hand crafts vodka, rum, whiskey and a variety of liqueurs. Our Green Chili Vodka makes the world's best bloody Mary. The Spiced Rum, with its house blend of spices is perfect for a Tropical Cocktail. Our Distiller's favorite is the aged whiskey, "Sapo Grande" - so, ask about availability of the Sapo Grande, it sells out fast!

    Specialty Cocktails
    If you knew the ingredients in our house-made mixers you would dare to call our specialty cocktails healthy! No high-fructose corn syrup for you … try a few! -Wild Rita - Jalapeno Rita - The Toad House Bloody Mary - Lemon Drop Martini - Lavender Lemon Drop Martini - Chocolate Martini.

    New Mexico Wines

    The first grapevines planted in what is now the state of New Mexico were brought in 1629 to Senecu, a Piro Indian pueblo south of Socorro, by Fray Gracia de Zuniga, a Franciscan, and Antonio de Arteaga, a Capuchin monk. The cuttings brought by the missionaries were a variety of Vitis vinifera, commonly called the "mission grape." This variety is still grown in New Mexico today. Historians think it is a European variety from Spain, called Monica. The tradition of wine making is strong throughout the state and we bring you a variety of wines from the different regions. elicious Entrees or Fine Pub Grub - From chipotle alfredo fettuccini, to hand-breaded pickle spears, to house-smoked salmon we’ve got something creative and delicious just for you!
    Los Portales
    Los Portales Restaurant first opened its doors in November of 2007. Its ""Cocina Mexicana"" is filled with flavored entrees and traditional home style tortillas.

    Los Portales is a family owned and operated restaurant and bar, also providing delicious catering services and beautiful banquet rooms for all your business meetings, family reunions and special events.
    The inside decor was innovated by Lorena Cazares, with all its decorations imported from Guadalajara, Mexico and its painted murials done by locally acclaimed artist Luis Mena.

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