Not a whole lot off atmosphere to this long time southern Tucson favorite. It makes up for it though with large portions of Old style Italian dishes and desserts. Whatever you choose for a main course, be sure to save room for dessert.
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Hadn't been here in years but one of my family members has celiac and found out they have gluten free pasta so it was a must when she was here. I'd forgotten how good it is. the restaurant has been there a long time and...More
I went here because it was close to my hotel. The parking lot was full so I assumed it must be pretty good. Only confusing is that half the tables were "reserved" so everyone that walked in had to wait 20-30 minutes for a table....More
My partner-in-dine and I had always wanted to try out Mama Louisa's - The Original. We finally stepped into the world of Italian-American cuisine "Tucson-style" one warm Saturday afternoon. The place was pretty quiet after the lunch rush hour. I was impressed with the vivid...More
Two weeks ago we decided to treat ourselves to Italian, and settled on Mama Louisa's. The food was perfect and the waitress exceptionally nice, and competent. We had not been there in 25 years and couldn't remember why we stopped going because this was truly...More
Mama Louis’s has been around for over 25 years and still serves items from back then. They are an old time red sauce restaurant. Service was friendly. Food adequate.
The server was slow and lazy, the food was bad, and the ambiance was drab. Maybe I caught them on a bad day, but this is the worst Italian restaurant I have been to.
Hadn't been to this restaurant in some years, so thought we would make the drive across town. The chef recently won a city wide award. Had the lasagna. Was pretty good. A bit salty. Large enough portion to take some home. The shrimp scampi was...More