Diego Pops puts a contemporary and humorous spin on traditional Mexican fare, drawing inspiration from taco and tequila-fueled talks on Yucatan beaches. The restaurant prepares all of the meals it delivers from scratch, including inventive cocktails, classic and modernized tacos, and Brussels Sprout Nachos. Aside from the cocktails and frozen margarita, Diego Pops serves St. Pauli Girl for non-drinkers.
Diego Pops is a gorgeous, entertaining, and carefree restaurant that evokes the unique style of the 1970s. Being in sunny Arizona, this restaurant offers a lovely outdoor patio for warm evenings and a comfortable, cool dining area for when the temperature rises. The open kitchen, whimsical decor, and expansive outdoor patio, which is housed inside the walls of a historic Southwestern pottery business, provide for a welcoming, enjoyable, and relaxed dining experience.
Diego Pops’ unique ambiance is enhanced by the tables and chairs, which come in various colors and styles. Given its proximity to the border, it seems natural that most of Diego Pops’ menu items are Mexican. The restaurant’s main feature is its tacos, which patrons may mix and match to their liking by ordering à la carte. Adobo barbecued chicken, braised green chile chicken, braised pineapple pork, charred skirt steak, grilled shrimp, plantain, crispy cod, and grilled salmon with Fresno chili, corn salsa, onion, queso Oaxaca, and salsa verde are just a few of the recipes for tacos that feature strong flavors.
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