Restaurant News

Here Are the New Menus for Los Sombreros in Scottsdale

Hitting up outdoor food markets, exploring restaurants, and breaking bread with those living in another country may sound like the stuff of a culinary travel show, but for Azucena Tovar, it's real-life inspiration.

Each year, the chef and owner of Los Sombreros, the nearly 20-year-old Mexican restaurant in South Scottsdale, takes a trip to her childhood home of San Miguel de Allende, in central Mexico. There, she gathers ideas to bring back to the Valley, enhancing her menu of Mexican comfort food with new dishes and flavors based on her journey.

Here's what diners can expect.

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