Thursday, February 21, 2008

Tucson


Last night we ate at El Charro , the oldest (1922 - same age as Berkeley Camp) family owned, continuously run Mexican Restaurant in the U.S.A. We watched the lunar eclipse while we waited.

4 comments:

Docshiva said...

Did we take you there back in 79? I'm sure it's fresh in your mind. I was just missing that very restaurant. Someone wanted a recommendation of a good Mexican restaurant. I thought of El Charro, but I'm not sure she was up to the 25 hour drive.

jonathan said...

I don't remember if we ate there. I remember bagging spinach at the co-op. You and I went to see Star Wars, which was on its second or third release.

Dennis R. Plummer said...

I will try El Charro when I visit next month. Now that I've figured out it's "Tucson", not "Tuscon", I can actually find the airport. What street?

jonathan said...

I believe both spellings are correct.
The restaurant is right around the corner from that little potted cactus.
It is in a neighborhood called The Presidio. I think its a well known place so it should be easy to find. Ask for a seat with a view of the eclipse.