Time Market has entered into a serious period of decline. This Tucson Weekly review has become dated. Time no longer has a deli. They primarily serve pizza slices, beer, and wine. Although they close at 10pm, do not expect to be served if you arrive after 9pm (youll be told nothing is available except the last few leftover cheese slices). They turn off their coffee machine at 7pm because they want to start breaking down three hours before closing. Don't turn to management for any help, even the owner will attempt to insult you with smug remarks when given reasonable feedback.
The lunch special is excellent in cost and quality; however, the evening food is not as good. The cooks change, but overall it is excellent and a great value.
Quality through and through!
Tasty and reasonable, although uncomfortable standing in line.
Great place with exquisit food!!
Love this place!
check out HEART AND SOUL on saturday jan.31 Great band!
What Is Employees Uniform?
Mosaic is not the same restaurant I remember. Went there for New Year Eve lunch 12/31/14. Asked for a window seat,(there were plenty) and got seated in a plastic bush in the center of the room. Across the way,a tablecloth was draped over a table that had the top glass over its contents broken,that was left there next a to the window....where some of us would have liked to sit.The waitress warned us about the new waiter that would be taking our order,and mentioned that she would make sure he got it right.Which he did,but then we never were checked on after that,until he brought the check.Our table had only forks on a napkin,as did most of the tables with diners and without. As I pondered whether it was a new Mexican tradition to eat with only forks,I noticed that 4 recently seated diners had knives and forks. Okay....dishwasher problem,not enough utensils,who knows....But I will not be returning to Mosaic any time soon.Shoddy shoddy shoddy without the dialed down drink or menu prices.
the best pizza in west side,,,fresh and good price,,,,,
Exquisite food and presentation, one of the best barbacoa burrito tacos etc. I've tasted in any Mexican/ American restaurants available in the Tucson n surrounding areas but don't just go by what your reading please feel free to explore the menu for your self many amazing dishes here n friendly services
sadly they have closed.
The best Beer garden in Tucson....
We have been eating at Little Poca Cosa now The Little One for 13 years. We ate there yesterday. When I saw the name change I was concerned that the ownership changed. What a relief to see Sandra! When you decide on The Little One for lunch you get the loud music and a joyous owner. It rocks. Our group ordered 3 Chicken Moles and 1 Tamale, Ginger Basil Lemonade and 2, "you can get those anywhere drinks".
This is lunch and a love fest. If you don't want to pay cash, go with the flow and give hugs, there are plenty of other places in downtown that are less colorful and cost more. For those who think this freshly prepared, locally sourced, original menu items are pricey, this isn't McDonald's! It is very good value for the price.
Disappointed with my experience! Heard good things about the food and never got the opportunity to experience it. The way my husband and I felt sitting there patiently and watching several get seated that came after us was disturbing. Almost felt as if it was a racist thing. We were the only blacks. But oh well! Many other restaurants to try next time we hit up Tucson.
Great food. Good prices. Recommended.
The house dressing, feta and garlic, is to die for!
Ignore the parking problems. The food was fantastic!
Not sure what is up with the negative comments. . . I have never had anything but PHENOMENAL meals at The Little One; there isn't a bad choice on the menu. My personal favorites are the Cochinito en Chipotle, and the Mole; also unbelievable Chile Rellenos and Tamales, AND AMAZING limonadas and fresh fruit drinks that will KNOCK YOUR SOCKS OFF!!! (try the beet-mandarin limonada if she has it). Incredibly fresh food made with love, and, yes, hugs (and generally kisses too) are mandatory. Service is fast and friendly. SO, if you are uptight you might not like the vibe (loud music and an owner who loves her patrons), but only a fool or a philistine would not love the food!
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