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$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food
Specialty dishes include the pastel de pollo, a soft corn tortilla covered in shredded chicken, avocado, melted cheese, and spicy red enchilada sauce ($11.99), and there are seafood options such as the camarón ranchero—sautéed shrimp mixed with green chilies, tomatoes, and onions ($13.99). Drinks include specialty cocktails and margaritas.
Las Cazuelitas de Tucson
The wait staff at Las Cazuelitas de Tucson does more than just refill water glasses and serve piping-hot dishes: they take the time to describe each dish in detail, helping diners select entrees based on their unique preferences. Open since 2000, the eatery serves traditional Mexican and Tex-Mex food, but specializes in seafood dishes such as bacon-wrapped shrimp, red snapper and the mariscada, a house specialty combining oysters, scallops, shrimp, octopus, onions, avocado, cucumbers, and tomatoes in a simmering broth. A full bar pours domestic and imported beers plus margaritas and signature cocktails such as the michelada, a blend of beer, fresh lime juice, and salt. On Friday and Saturday nights, Las Cazuelitas hosts a live mariachi band, allowing diners to enjoy dinner and a show while synchronizing their chewing to the upbeat riffs.