We're crazy about pozole, the traditional Mexican soup brimming with hominy and tender stewed meat or seafood, served with fresh garnishes such as cabbage, chopped onion, radish and lime. It is hearty, warming, nourishing fare—perfect comfort food for chilly weather. In many regions of Mexico, pozole is served only on Thursdays and is a wonderful excuse to gather friends and family around the table.
We're continuing this tradition at Tournant with Tazon (which means “bowl” in Spanish) on the Third Thursdays of each month. Bowls start at $12 and you can choose from pork rojo, chicken verde or verduras (vegan), plus traditional and not so traditional add-ins to customize your perfect bowl.
Lucky for all of us, we've got Matt from Merit Badge in the house mixing up margaritas, palomas and other killer drinks, so come thristy!
No reservations necessary—just drop by for restaurant seating.
Pork Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy,
Chile-Braised Pork Shoulder
Chicken Stock, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy,
Salsa Verde-Braised Chicken Thigh
Burnt Onion Dashi, Three Sisters Nixtamal Organic Hominy,
Braised Carrots & Turnips, Salsa de Arbol
Queso Oaxaca Tamalito
All bowls come with shredded cabbage, chopped white onion, cilantro, radish, lime and Juanita’s chips
By Joe Rodriguez
Woodblock Ecuador 70% Chocolate Flan,
mezcal caramel, chile salt