We have dined at the Old Pueblo on several previous visits to Tucson. We had a long day of touring the Green Valley/Tubac area, and wanted a relaxed meal. The entrance and grounds are always inviting, reminding you of an old Hacienda. The interior is dressed in wood giving a semi-formal but comfortable ambiance. The waiter was prompt and offered a choice of different water selections and tended to our drink order promptly.
I started with an appetizer of crispy calamari, which was served hot. They were tender with a nice hint of spicy pepper. My dinner choice was "Three Amigos", an enchilada sampler. I quickly found I did not need the calamari appetizer, the plate was large and filled with chicken, beef, and cheese enchiladas with red rice, charro beans and veggies. All were nicely prepared, bubbly hot and tasty. The wife enjoyed her choice of Sea Bass and Mexican White Shrimp, which were moist, delicate and tender.
Wait service was a compliment to the meal, and we were visited regularly to refresh our drinks and making sure the meal was just right. We shared a nice desert (which we did not need!), and our wish to have a relaxing dinner was fulfilled. I believe there are several new items on the menu, and we are anxious to return and try them. They have live Jazz music on Sundays, which we look forward to enjoying.
It is notable that the owner responds to many of the reviews, which shows me a true commitment to customer satisfaction, as well as keeping the premises and staff focused on detail for their dining guests. Muy Bueno y muchas gracias!