Dining under the mountains, Tucson Arizona

Looking for the unusual?

Tacos, enchiladas and fajitas are the dishes most think of as Mexican food but Tucson has many restaurants that specialize in seafood. Tasty and inexpensive soups, octopus, ceviche and seafood cocktails replace the traditional dishes to become popular with locals.

Mexican seafood soup

When you get tired of Mexican food try some of the many other restaurants throughout the city. Read some reviews.

Food With A View

Mountains provide a spectacular backdrop for diners throughout the city

MARIACHI RESTAURANTS AND MEXICAN STREET FOOD. With a Mexican population of almost 40% Tucson has a large selection of Mexican restaurants offering a variety of regional specialties. Disliked by the city and the fast food chains Tucson's great Mexican food stands are usually found south of Broadway. But if you live to the North and you're looking for real Mexican street food a few tacos here can be well worth the trip.

Mexican Street food Tucson



Roasting chiles Tucson

Roasting Chilies
Fresh green chilies are roasted to remove tough skins and develop flavor


Restaurants can be easily found that feature traditional dishes and entertainment.


Mexican seafood

Local seafood restaurants follow the tradition of featuring murals featuring ocean themes.

Mexican food, Tucson

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