- With direct access to Baga beach, Tito’s Courtyard restaurant is an alfresco restaurant that offers a multi-cuisine menu of continental, oriental and local dishes. The bar houses some of the best spirits, both Indian and international, with a wine cellar stocked with vintages from around the globe. Diners are welcome to enjoy a table on the deck where the cool sea breeze and crisp ocean air add to the relaxed ambiance of the Courtyard. Conveniently set in the heart of Goa's tourist area, guests can stop by for dinner before venturing to the nearby nightclubs or simply enjoy a cocktail and enjoy each other's company.
- Tito's Courtyard also plays host to a number of local and international bands and musicians.
- THE WICKED WAFFLE
- New to Tito’s Courtyard is the Wicked Waffle, serving up freshly baked, mouth-watering Belgian waffles and French styles crepes accompanied with seasonal and tropical fruits and decadent Belgian chocolate.
THE SUSHI BAR
- For a taste of Japan, try the sushi bar! The Tito's sushi bar, by chef Jhon Chu, offers a variety of fresh fish prepared as nigiri (with rice), sashimi (without rice) and as an assortment of delectable hand-rolled maki, in keeping with traditional Japanese standards as well offering more popular modern variations.
As written by Tito's
The Management and Staff of Tito's salute their founder, Late Mr. Tito Henry De Souza, who way back in 1971 had a vision of emerging the high potential tourism industry. He started his efforts in this direction by setting up a place to cater to the needs of domestic and international tourists visiting Goa, offering a trendy chilled out place along the coast of Baga - Calangute in Goa, India.
Dinner was often served amidst the roaring sound of waves of the Arabian Sea and the light effects of traditional Balaó (a candle lit amidst hanging cardboard or paper lantern). Tito's has grown to today's size and still incorporates the same traditions and values set forth by the founder. The year was 1971.
It was the time of the hippies and the flower power generation. The hippies and other young people from Western Europe and the Americas were searching for Nirvana or Spiritual Salvation and Goa seemed to put them on the right track. The Goans also accepted these peaceful and gentle folk whole heartedly. Life in Goa was simple then. No motorbikes, cars or restaurants. It was here and in this environment that Tito Henry de Souza, who had travelled extensively, decided to settle down and also provide a place for all the expats to meet up, discuss travel plans and have a decent meal.
Today, Tito's is still the place where the world meets up. It is now run by Tito's two sons - Ricardo and David. Tito's, still remains the place to gather info on the various things happening along the Goan coast.