Submitted by: Ben Jones
Our youngest daughter got married in Tucson in 2012, and El Charro was selected for the rehearsal dinner. It was a fabulous experience. Delicious entrees and appetizers kept coming from the kitchen. It was also our first chance to get to know the groom’s parents, family, and friends, and the event could not have gone better. I’ve been a fan of El Charro ever since. In fact, we are going there for dinner in about an hour. My wife and I have even moved to Tucson from the East Coast. While the grandkids (3) played an important part in that decision, have El Charro nearby was certainly an added incentive.