Where Local and Global Appetites Collide

Tucson Dining: Cafe a la C’Art – late summer menu

Great ambience
Great ambience

For over 14 years Café a la C’Art has served delicious and artistic delicacies to the Tucson community. From mouthwatering sandwiches to decadent desserts, this family-owned Tucson staple adjacent to Tucson Museum of Art  (150 N. Main Street) unveils their new end-of-summer menu on August 12, 2013.

The lunch menu now features 13 newly created food items. A sampling of tastes include:


•         Salmon filet-Cajun spiced, goat cheese aioli, tomato, lettuce, red onions, on a tasted challah roll

•         Vegetable wrap portabellos, roasted red peppers, corn, spinach leaves, herbed yogurt dressing, chili dusted root vegetable chips

•         Wine braised short ribs, horseradish cream, caramelized onions, melted fontina on toasted rustic

•         Grilled flank steak, chimichurri, melted swiss, tomatoes, toasted ciabatta


•         Grilled flank steak salad: mixed greens, olives, roasted tri-color peppers, grape tomatoes, feta, crispy onions, honey balsamic vinaigrette

•         Shrimp salad: avocado, chayote, grape tomatoes, roasted tri-color peppers, mixed greens, herb vinaigrette

•         Roman chopped Caesar: grilled chicken, feta, salami, olives, tomato, pepperoncinis, romaine, garbanzo croutons

Mark Jorbin, owner, is proud to share his new menu that was inspired by the staff’s desire to be creative with flavors and textures.  “The Café and catering business has really taken off in the last few years and we are keeping the menu fresh, healthy, and most importantly delicious,” said Jorbin.

A decadent dessert
A decadent dessert

In addition to the new menu rollout, the Café is changing its hours: Monday-Sunday 8am – 2pm and after Labor Day the hours will be 8 am-3 pm. Dinner hours are on hold until September 12, 2013.

    Leave a Reply