Cafe Poca Cosa

110 E Pennington St Tucson

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Suzana Davila’s Café Poca Cosa will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2019 but her all-Mexico-influenced dishes are still as vibrant and innovative as ever. There’s no printed menu here, instead a chalkboard, updated twice daily, reflects what’s available. Mole – the rich savory, complex sauces of central Mexico - are often the star here with the self-taught Chef Davila having dozens of recipes at her disposal. Don’t have dietary restrictions? Get the Plato Poca Cosa, a chef’s choice of three dishes, no substitutions or alterations. DID YOU KNOW?: Call ahead if you’re planning on heading to Café Poca Cosa during the summer – the restaurant takes an extensive break during Tucson’s hottest season. Partially so the staff can enjoy a collective vacation, but also for Chef Davila to restock on chiles and spices from Mexico.

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