What are the odds of two of Tuscon's finest restaurants sit just kitty corner to each other. Both very different cuisine, but at the core of the issue, very much winners. Quality ingredients, wonderful selections, exceptional service and thoughtful design drive each kitchen. My dinner ordered after 101 questions to George, our waiter, answered directly & thoughtfully. I chose a seafood stew dish from Brazil called Moqueca de Peixe. It was delicious comfort food. Our other choice was the Arepas, one pork, the other bean; don't It discount the bean, it rounds out the dish perfectly. We also had a beet & goat cheese salad that I wish, never stopped. The wine list is small & well chosen, with more than several excellent choices in the $35-40 range.
We found Contigo a bit illusive to find, until I made reservations and asked. It's on River, on the NW corner of the Campbell/River intersection, hidden by bushes from the street and overwhelmed by 2 large restaurants on each side. Turn in at P.F. Changs and head west in the lot. The sign is small. Contigo can be entered from the front or back, but there is no sign in the back.
This is not a chain, & the food was delicious! The service was perfect. Stop in, support them and help keep a fantastic dining venue in Tucson