Arizona's Best

Los Sombreros

Saddle up to a beautiful outdoor bar

Chef and owner Azucena Tovar was born in San Miguel de Allende where her mother’s passion for cooking inspired her from a young age. At Los Sombreros, she and her staff have been committed to bringing the traditional dishes of her hometown to the Valley for the past 25 years. Authentic favorites include mole poblano. tortilla-crusted snapper and the legendary, award-winning lamb adobo. For a two-person culinary journey through Central Mexico, indulge in the 10-course tasting menu of fig and panela cheese salad, crab and mango salad, corn chowder, hibiscus tacos, snapper with esquites, trout with almonds and capers, corn cake soufflé with mole sauce, pork loin with tamarind mole, and chicken breast with huitlacoche, goat cheese and chipotle tomato sauce, finished with a dessert of piloncillo ice cream. Los Sombreros is also open for lunch and features a choice of several entrees for $10. At happy hour, enjoy red or white sangria, a selection of tequilas and margaritas, as well as wine and beer at special prices. Select appetizers are $6 at the bar Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 to 7 p.m., and weekdays from 3 to 7 p.m.

  • Sit inside for an interactive view of the open kitchen, or enjoy the foliage on the spacious patio
  • Come for lunch any day between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for a choice of entrees under $10
  • Memorable drinks include the Margarita de Coco with coconut liquor, and the El Sombrero–an indulgent Kahlua-and-cream concoction


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