28 January, 2020, 05:08

Sneak Peek into Tito & Pep’s Spring Menu

John Martinez has something new in store.

We’re excited to see what John Martinez at Tito & Pep has in store for Tucson with his spring menu. Here’s an exclusive look with a photo he just sent us:

(Photo courtesy of John Martinez at Tito & Pep)

(Photo courtesy of John Martinez at Tito & Pep)

Catch him on the Morning Blend on KGUN 9 now.

We’re amped to see other spring updates too, chefs; send your photos our way!


2:58 p.m. update: we went for lunch and were treated to this additional sneak peek:

Spring Kampachi Aguachile at Tito & Pep (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Spring Kampachi Aguachile at Tito & Pep (Credit: Jackie Tran)

This spring version of their signature Kampachi Aguachile features strawberry, lime juice, shiso, habanero, guajillo, hibiscus, onion, cilantro, and a couple other things we can’t remember. Fresh and delightful as it looks.


April 5 update: Tito & Pep sent us a peek at the upcoming menu. Here are the highlights (subject to change):

Tito & Pep Spring 2019 Menu Highlights

  • Charred and Grilled Asparagus ($9) – cress, mole blanco, lime, almond
  • Nopalitos ($8) – grilled nopales, red onion, queso fresco, pepitas
  • Wood Fired Eggplant ($8) – smokey tomato, feta, celery, capers, breadcrumbs
  • Chicory Salad ($10) – radicchio, gem lettuce, walnuts, pecorino, lemon
  • Kampachi Aguachile ($14) – strawberry, habanero, shiso, hibiscus
  • Lenguado Crudo ($12) – snap peas, avocado, tomatillo, cucumber
  • Spring Vegetable Posole Verde ($15) – hominy, spring onions, pea shoots, roasted poblano
  • Pacific Halibut ($24) – fennel, hoja santa, lemon

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