The Cup Cafe

311 E. Congress St. TucsonAZ85701
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At Cafe Poca Cosa, guests enjoy an urban bistro setting with an upscale yet casual feel while dining on creative and authentic Mexican cuisine. Chef and owner Suzana Davila uses a variety of flavors and ingredients to create a memorable and indulgent dining experience. Cafe Poca Cosa uses a unique menu that changes twice a day, which allows Davila to purchase her ingredients each day and serve...
by opentable on August 16, 2018 from opentable

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The "must visit" restaurant in Tucson:
Little pricey for dinner, but never a regret!
by on January 16, 2011

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At what is arguably Tucson's most creative Mexican restaurant, the chef prepares recipes inspired by different regions of her native country. The menu, which changes daily, might include chicken mole or pork pibil (made with a tangy Yucatecan barbecue seasoning). Servings are plentiful, and each table gets a stack of warm corn tortillas and a bowl of beans to share. Order the daily Plato Poca...
by fodors on April 25, 2015 from fodors
This charming spot off the lobby of Hotel Congress is at the epicenter of Tucson's hippest Downtown scene, but it's also a down-home, friendly place. Try the eggs, potatoes, chorizo, and cheese for breakfast or an ahi tuna salad for lunch. The "Heartbreaker" appetizer—Brie melted over artichoke hearts and apple slices on a baguette—complements such entrées as chicken cordon bleu, house-smoke...
by fodors on April 25, 2015 from fodors
"Nothing leaves the kitchen" of chef-owner Suzana Davila unless it's "amazingly, perfectly delicious" at this "chic" Downtowner whose "magical" regional Mexican fare and "remarkably reasonable prices" earn it Tucson's Most Popular restaurant honors; the "friendly" servers are "knowledgeable" about "the twice-daily changing" "chalkboard menu", but fans "strongly recommend the chef's-choice...
by zagat on November 25, 2013 from zagat
Just about “as cool as it gets in Tucson”, this “hip”, little American cafe inside the “historic Hotel Congress” is known for its “great breakfasts”, “inventive” lunches and dinners and rotating “old-fashioned” desserts in a glass case (it’s a “pie-o-rama”!); reasonable prices make it a “great” pre- or post-event option, just “be prepared for” service that borders on “nonchalant”, especially...
by zagat on November 25, 2013 from zagat

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Chef and owner Suzana Davila gives locals and visitors a taste of the complex flavors of southern Mexico at this funky and popular cafe inside the historic Clarion Santa Rita Hotel. Just take a look at the many international articles and awards that line the walls and you'll know that you're in for an exciting culinary adventure. Vibrant Mexican colors abound with just about every wall a...
by yahoolocal on June 14, 2015 from yahoolocal