Mark Jorbin is a classically trained chef, having earned his associate degree of culinary science and restaurant management at the Scottsdale Culinary Institute. A native Tucsonan and veteran restaurateur, Mark has worked in some of Tucson’s most iconic restaurants, including Fuego, Cafe Terra Cotta, Le Bistro, Westin La Paloma, and Anthony’s in the Catalinas.
Mark opened Café à la C’Art in 1998 and has overseen its growth from a small catering company and lunch spot to expanded offerings including weekend brunch and full dinner service four nights a week.
“One of the very best breakfasts in Tucson”
DAGTucson on TripAdvisor
"Some of the best food I have had in Tucson."
Austen C. on Yelp
"Love the food, the service, and the atmosphere."
Ia M. on Yelp
Baked goods, breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Tucson's historic El Presidio neighborhood in the Tucson Museum of Art courtyard.