Tivoli Village gains a Mexican restaurant when chef Leticia Mitchell brings her eatery Leticia’s to the shopping center in October. Back in August, Cantina Laredo closed at Tivoli Village.
Mitchell already has Leticia’s Cocina in Centennial Hills. At Tivoli Village, she plans to serve molcajetes, grilled carne asada, and Chile Toreados, as well as a new dish, Chamorro Adobado, a marinated pork shank. Camarones al mojo de ajo with shrimp cooked in a garlic butter sauce costillitas with pork short ribs braised in green tomatillo sauce, quesa tacos with seared Oaxaca and stuffed with grilled shrimp, spinach and mushroom enchiladas and cecina a la tampiqueña with a sirloin topped with sautéed mushrooms and bacon round out the menu.
On the weekends, customers can find a Mexican-style buffet brunch with Mexican pan dulce served table side, huevos rancheros, beef machaca, chicharrones, made to order chilaquiles, eggs and omelet stations, as well as specialty Mexican coffees including café de olla and café con leche. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and a happy hour with live entertainment wrap up the meals served at the restaurant.