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Casa Vicente Restaurant Review: While Tucson is known for its array of good Mexican restaurants, Casa Vicente brings a little bit of Spain to the Old Pueblo. Owners Vicente and Marita Sanchez like to share their passion for great food and Spanish culture. The tapas list is long and varied. Some of our favorites include the croquetas de jamón and the tortilla Española. The calamares rebozados are prepared exactly as you’d find them on the Plaza Mayor in Madrid (somehow, they seem to disappear quickly). Various paellas are also available but you must have a minimum of four people and give the restaurant at least four hours notice. A sip of port after dinner is a nice touch, and flamenco and classical guitar are often part of your evening; if you feel adventurous, tango lessons are given on Wednesdays.