(Photo courtesy of Barbata)

Sneak Peek of Barbata’s New Food Offerings (MENU)


December 8, 2023
By Matt Sterner

The next time you walk downstairs in the 1930s historic warehouse you’ll find something new. Something salty and sweet, as a matter of fact. We’re talking about a brand-new food menu that goes hand-in-hand with the craft cocktails at Barbata.

The underground cocktail lounge opened about a year ago and ever since it’s been a must-visit sanctuary for locals and those visiting the Old Pueblo. Chef Tyler Fenton says Barbata is all about channeling the spirited essence of “European drinking culture.”

Keep scrolling to check out the new menu full of bites to munch on at 35 E. Toole Ave. — a menu that includes the likes of Basque Cheesecake, smoked olives, pecans, and Monsoon Chocolate Chip Cookies.

(Photo courtesy of Barbata)

Barbata’s Food Menu

  • Spiced Pecans ($6)
  • Marinated Chickpeas ($3)
  • Smoked Olives ($6)
  • Jamón ($12)
  • Monsoon Chocolate Chip Cookies + Milk ($6)
  • Ice Cream Sandwich ($6)
  • Olive Oil Cake ($6)
  • Basque Cheesecake ($6)
a bunch of food on a plate
(Photo courtesy of Barbata)

The cocktail bar, which can be accessed on Seventh Avenue, is open from 5 – 10 p.m. on Wednesday – Thursday, 5 p.m. – midnight on Friday – Saturday, 5 – 10 p.m. on Sunday, and closed Monday – Tuesday.

BATA and barbata are located at 35 E. Toole Ave. For more information, visit batatucson.com

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