Best Mexican

Café Poca Cosa

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"What's Love Got to Do With It?" Everything, if you're Café Poca Cosa diva Susana Davila. Her passion for fresh ingredients, and for updating and beautifully complicating traditional fare, would make Café Poca Cosa a top restaurant in New York or Los Angeles—but fortunately for us, Davila likes Tucson. Her dedication and creativity has been recognized in publications like Gourmet, Better Homes and Gardens and The New York Times. The menu changes daily but always features a selection of meat, poultry, seafood and vegetarian dishes. The hip, helpful staff and intensely colorful interior, combined with the consistently incredible food, make going to Poca Cosa an experience to savor.

Runners up:

2. El Charro Café

Various locations

www.elcharrocafe.com

3. Rosa's Mexican Food

1750 E. Fort Lowell Road

325-0362

4. Guadalajara Grill

1220 E. Prince Road

323-1022, ggrill.com

5. Zivaz Mexican Bistro

4590 E. Broadway Blvd.

325-1234, www.zivaz.com

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