Margaritas are the best! Wonderful atmosphere, original old Tucson. Had a really nice time with friends.
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We had very high expectations after all the reviews and learning about the history of the restaurant, but don't feel they lived up to it (at least not the night we visited). The place is very cute with windows that open out onto the street...More
Visiting from San Diego and ate here twice. The food is exceptional. Servers were friendly and efficient. Ambiance is nice. Will def return!!
Really enjoyed my meal at El Charro. Had some enchiladas that were flavored well, not greasy in the least and the service was on point. I found the building very interesting as well. After nearly 100 years in business they've expanded into this room and...More
This is a really good restaurant. We ate there twice while visiting Tucson. You can eat out on a wonderful veranda, a patio or in one of several comfy dining rooms. The food was all very fresh, well prepared, and very tasty, and the beer...More
My four Aussie colleagues and I dined at El Charro and loved it. Low key and not flashy but with very friendly and attentive service. Start with a pitcher of mojito to kick the night off, a plate of mini chimichangas and head for the...More
Will definitely return to try other entrees on the menu. The food and service were excellent. Found this on trip advisor because the restaurant we were planning on was closed because of Presidents Day. Lucky for us. We will be returning again.
One can sit overlooking the street. The Birria and Carne Seca are superb. This place is so good they had to open 4 more. Do not miss this restaurant.
This place was highly recommended. Tried to book it for a Tuesday evening but no one picking up at the restaurant. Called their sister restaurant and person said they'd get through for us - never heard back. Showed up, waited 70 minutes in the bar...More
I have not lived in my hometown, Tucson, for many years. Visits with family take me back from time to time. Even as a young child, I looked forward to coming with my grandparents to enjoy the Mexican food at El Charro, a Tucson tradition....More