This is the place for a relaxing sunset drink or a Saturday afternoon splash party. Frozen Margaritas, tall summer cocktails and frosty draft beers are featured. A snack for sharing or a great burger are available at this retreat from the mainstream.
The inspirations for the concept comes from the ingredients. Agave and cactus, pre-Hispanic varieties of tomatoes and squash and the most important corn and chilies. It also comes from the changes in flavors created by the smoke of mesquite. The desire to work these flavors into a fresh modern interpretation of desert dining and present Tucson with a new lens to view Mexican cuisine motivates us to bring our mission statement to life. To be Tucson’s show place for contemporary Southwest Cuisine highlighting local ingredients and the flavors of Mexico. The food will be paired with bespoke cocktails, interesting wines and hand crafted local brews.
Tucson’s nickname “The Old Pueblo” inspired the name of the bar. Pueblo means village, a place for locals and travelers to gather. The spirit of the bar name is old but the room is a showplace of interesting art and stunning furniture. Pueblo will features a local beer collection as well as a variety of locally distilled spirits. Classic cocktails and the “best” margarita in town will be featured. Wine specials by the glass are a daily feature.