Selena’s Salvadorian Restaurant

Combination of dishes from Queen Sheba (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Explore Tucson’s culinary depth with ethnic dishes from 33 different countries

Tucson is more than Mexican food; the culinary cuisine benefits from influences and immigrants from around the world. You…

El Ceviche Route at El Berraco (Credit: Jackie Tran)

Interactive Guide to 152 Central Tucson Restaurants, Bars & Cafes (MAP)

Looking for Central Tucson restaurants, bars, and cafes? Here’s our map with Stone Avenue as the western border, Wetmore Road…

JPS Seafood Market & Restaurant (Credit: Melissa Stihl)

5 Under-the-Radar Hidden Gems in Tucson, Volume 2

Writing these articles presents a dilemma; I enjoy not having to wait in line for amazing food. However, these…

Pupusa Regular at Selena's Salvadorian Food

Eating on the Cheap: Pupusas at Selena’s Salvadorian Restaurant

If you can appreciate a tamal or a corn tortilla taco, then venture out into the exciting world of…

Costilla, Birria, Chicharrón en Salsa Roja, Chile Rojo, and Tripitas Tacos at El Taco Rustico at the Tohono O'odham Swap Meet

5 Fabulous Cheap Eats Under $8 in Tucson, Volume 5

Although summer vacation is a thing of the past, your budget might still be hurting. Here are five fabulous picks…

Pupusa Regular at Selena's Salvadorian Food

Selena’s brings Salvadorian food to former Desert Island Eatery space

Long time farmers market El Salvador food truck Selena’s Salvadorian Food quietly opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 2513 N. Campbell…

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