Soggy, Sweet and Slow 

Fine for tourists (maybe), but for Tucsonans, Teresa's Mosaic Café is just too boring

There are two types of Mexican food restaurants in Tucson—the first category is big, airy restaurants where you take out-of-towners with palates used to Midwestern meat and potato diets. The restaurants have nice views and cute little tiled accents throughout, and everything…

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