Tito & Pep Now Offering Lunch; Brunch Arriving on New Year’s Day

While a handful of dinner menu items are also on the lunch menu, some of the stand-out components make an appearance in the new lunch items.

Just over a month after opening, midtown restaurant Tito & Pep has expanded beyond their dinner-only hours to offer lunch.

Based on how they’ve already proven their dinner service as exceptional, we’re excited to see this roll out.

While a handful of dinner menu items are also on the lunch menu, some of the stand-out components make an appearance in the new lunch items.

If you enjoyed the dinner menu’s Grilled Shrimp with masa dumplings, order the Southwest-meets-Northeast Masa Battered Shrimp with fries, charred jalapeño tartar, and slaw.

If you loved the salsa macha and avocado on the Grilled Octopus appetizer, try them on the T&P Burger, which also includes roasted garlic aioli.

If you want to try the Queso Fundido in a meal form, try the Crunchy Señorita with queso menonita, chorizo, mushrooms, and fried egg.

Tito & Pep New Lunch Menu Items

  • Miso Glazed Steak Salad ($17) – avocado, heirloom tomato, grilled onion, orange
  • El Cobb ($16) roasted chicken, chorizo crumbles, egg, avocado, blue cheese
  • T&P Omelette ($12) – roasted chiles, salsa verde, green salad
  • Crunchy Señorita ($12) –  queso menonita, chorizo, mushrooms, fried egg
  • T&P Burger ($14) – avocado, salsa macha, roasted garlic aioli
  • Crispy Chicken Torta ($13) – pickled onions, tomato, morita-lime mayo
  • Masa Battered Shrimp ($18) – hand-cut fries, charred jalapeño tartar, slaw

Operating hours are 5 – 10 p.m. (bar open until 11 p.m.) Sunday and Tuesday – Thursday, and 5 – 11 p.m. (bar open until midnight) Friday – Saturday. Lunch hours are 11 a.m. – 3 p.m Tuesday – Friday.

Brunch will launch on January 1, 2019, and will be regularly available Saturdays and Sundays afterward.

Tito & Pep is located at 4122 E. Speedway Blvd. For more information, call (520) 207-0116 or visit titoandpep.com.

Jackie is a food writer and photographer native to Tucson. He loves corgis and still thinks rickrolling is funny. If you'd like to stalk him, visit jackietran.com.

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