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Best Salsa

El Charro
311 N. Court Ave.
6310 E. Broadway Blvd.

READERS' PICK: (See Best Casual Dining.)

READERS' POLL RUNNER-UP: Rosa's Mexican Food, 1750 E. Ft. Lowell Road. (See Best Casual Dining.)

CLUE IN: La Indita, 622 N. Fourth Ave., is a traditional Tucson favorite for Mexican food with an indigenous touch. Located in a delightfully painted storefront on the east side of Fourth Avenue, La Indita serves our favorite salsa. Made fresh--spicy, but not scorching--it's perfect on their crispy, casa-style chips or atop a plate of La Indita's buttery green corn tamales. Enjoy it inside the restaurant's intimate dining room, or al fresco on the shady back patio.

Case History

1997 Winner: La Parrilla Suiza
1996 Winner: El Charro
1995 Winner: Café Poca Cosa

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