Tazza Kitchen marries the dynamic flavors and gracious hospitality of the Mediterranean coast and the Baja peninsula with seasonal ingredients found close to home. The cuisine is simple and fresh, highlighting a traditional cooking style and the quality of the ingredients.
The peppery bite of arugula plays counterpoint to the salty richness of prosciutto on a wood charred pizza. Adobo peppers spiked with fresh Serranos and lime fire up the heat in a crab and avocado salad. Though their carefully curated menu will shift with the changing seasons, they’ll always offer fresh, delicious food that’s good for body and soul.
The beverages reinforce their commitment to small producers and to the coastal Mediterranean and Baja regions that inspire them. They serve artisan wines by the glass or bottle while offering a diverse and unique list of locally and regionally brewed beers. Hand crafted cocktails highlight the fresh flavors and ingredients that complement their food.
A custom wood burning oven, imported from Naples, anchors the large center bar at Tazza Kitchen, while a traditional Spanish plancha sears fresh vegetables and fish in the exposed kitchen nearby. The scents, sights, and sounds of burning wood and hot steel define the sensory experience at Tazza, while design elements throughout the integrated indoor and outdoor spaces reflect their focus on simplicity and cross-cultural culinary inspiration.
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