Charro Vida reopens with takeout & limited patio dining

"We want to make it easier for more people to eat healthy."

Many Tucson restaurants have been juggling the decision to reopen or remain closed, and with the change of times comes a change in how the community can show its support.

Family-owned Flores Concepts has reopened Charro Vida for takeout and limited patio dining from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. on Tuesday – Sunday.

Bandera Enchiladas at Charro Vida

(Credit: Jackie Tran)

During Charro Vida’s two-month closure they’ve been busy redeveloping the menu — coined as Plant Plus+. The concept was redesigned so that the dishes are healthier, the food is available to you even quicker, and it’s more affordable, too.

“Now more than ever because of the health crisis we are experiencing as a community, we want to make it easier for more people to eat healthy and to have less of an impact on our planet,” says chef and owner Carlotta Flores.

The new Plant Plus+ menu includes dishes such as the Jackfruit Taquitos, Dos Enchiladas, and Carlotta’s Tamales. Also, be sure you grab an order of the Churro Dreams — a donut-like confection made of local mesquite flower, olive oils, and organic sugar.

Churro Dreams at Charro Vida (Credit: Jackie Tran)

You can order online for takeout or grab a seat out on the socially distanced patio.

In addition, other safety measures have been taken to keep their staff and guests safe, such as no-touch restroom services and smartphone ordering portals.

Charro Vida is located at 7109 N. Oracle Rd. For more information, call (520) 779-1922 or visit

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