Maybe this place was called Little Cafe Poca Cosa earlier.
Latin American, Mexican, Vegetarian options
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$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
151 N Stone Ave, Tucson
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Tucson, Arizona, USA

Having seen Arizona Historical Society -- Arizona History Museum, it's time to have a rest at this restaurant. Dishes of Mexican cuisine can be ordered at The Little One. If hungry, come here for mouthwatering pork, tamales and omelettes. People may eat tasty fruit salads at this place. Try the delicious beer offered here. When visiting this spot, it's a must to try great fresh juices, iced coffee or lemonade.

This restaurant is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. Tasty meals at reasonable prices are provided here. You will definitely appreciate the pleasant atmosphere and homey decor. In their reviews, Zomato users assign The Little One a rating of 4.

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My favorite place to eat whenever I am in Tucson (either here or the original Poca Cosa). LOVE LOVE LOVE, it ALWAYS make me happy!This place never disappoints. The chef's special is ALWAYS a delight. The server was a doll, and even the owner came out to say hello. We got one chef's special to go for my hubby who had to WFH that day - and he got a tamale in his - which was maybe the best thing of all 3 plates! (the "to-go" containers are LEGIT)The ladies room even has tampons and pads free for the ladies.
Fantastic breakfast and lunch spot! Don't forget cash! They don't take card. The Little One is a vibrant oasis in the heart of downtown. If you're in search of flavorful and fulfilling veg options this place has you covered. The tamales are always delicious. You gotta bring your own containers if you want to bring any extras home... which you will. Last time I was there they had a veg ceviche that could compete with many of the non-veg ones I've had; the flavors are plentiful. The juices are always refreshing, and sometimes they have a unique twist. At this place, something that sounds unusu is probably more like extraordinary.   I love sitting on the patio once the Tucson sun takes a break. They've closed it off a bit with very cute straw decor and it mutes the city noises around you to a low hum. Compared to many of the pricey, hipstery alternatives in the area this humble spot is a breath of fresh air.
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151 N Stone Ave, Tucson, Arizona, USA
Outdoor seating Takeaway Cash only Delivery No booking Wheelchair accessible No Wi-Fi Parking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 08:00-14:00
TuesdayTue 08:00-14:00
WednesdayWed 08:00-14:00
ThursdayThu 08:00-14:00
FridayFri 08:00-14:00
SaturdaySat Closed
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