The Health and Safety of our employees, families and our customers and their families are a top priority. Thank you so much for supporting us during these hard times... sending you virtual hugs and kisses
- The Little One
We are highly encouraging all who enter to wear face masks and are providing several opportunities for hand sanitation...
We are wiping down credit card machines with Chlorox bleach in between uses
We are enforcing social distancing
We are only allowing outside dining in fresh air with tables 6-10' apart
We have hired "The Disinfect Connect" company, who offers methods for "whole business sanitation"
All employees wear masks at all times and any employee cooking or packaging food is gloved
The Cafe Poca Cosa was started in the mid 80’s by Suzanna Davila and her father Luis Davila. The restaurant occupied a miniscule space on Scott Ave. nestled between Broadway Blvd. and Congress Street, next door to what was at the time, the Federal courthouse. Suzanna very quickly moved on to bigger and better things and moved into what was then the Santa Rita Hotel, catty corner to the original location. Her father, Luis Davila continued on in the little space on Scott Ave, dancing with customers and walking them through the kitchen, for several years with his daughters Sandra & Marcela until the building was demolished...
An amazing place, everybody gets a hug. Music is loud, they like it that way. sandy remembers us when only in once a year (many years)for breakfast. Besides a very good menu they support many local charities. Need to get back for lunch sometime. Menu looks great. Almost forgot food and presentation is exceptional.
The owner is the most welcoming, kind person. She is so giving and caring and really makes you feel at home. Kids are treated with a lot of love here too. I love that they serve their food next to a fresh green salad or fresh fruit.
One of the best dining experiences I've had in my first two weeks in Tucson. The service was above and beyond friendly and on point. Lots of friendly conversations, sublime food, and a hug after paying. What more could you ever want. I adore this place after one visit .
* Hours may differ according to holidays.
Although there is no table service, there is patio and sidewalk seating available.