Tucked away behind the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (the SMoCA), Los Olivos provides traditional Mexican cuisine in a not-quite-traditional setting.
The structure of Los Olivos makes a first trip to the restaurant worthwhile but the food and music found within entices its customers to return visits. If Lewis Carroll designed a Mexican restaurant it couldn’t be more strange or wondrous than Los Olivos. This is done without sacrificing the relaxed atmosphere or family-feel that makes Los Olivos a favorite among Scottsdale locals.
Every Thursday and Sunday, the mariachi masters Trio Romantico perform at Los Olivos. Coincide your visit with their show for a truly memorable experience… Remember, the SMoCA is free every Thursday so plan a fabulous night on the town full of art, music, and delicious food.