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 people wholeheartedly. Life in Goa was simple then. No motorbikes, cars, and restaurants.
It was here and in this environment that Tito Henry D’Souza who had traveled extensively decided to settle down and also provide a place for all the expats to meet up.
It is here at Tito’s Courtyard restaurant that all good things come true with the ambiance and cuisine that proves to be an epicurean’s delight. One can indulge in unbridled hedonism here with multicuisine food dished out with a lip-smacking a-la-cate menu, a bar that is well endowed with the finest wines and cocktails.
This place is a surefire way to dance your woes away. Equipped with an accoustically sound discotheque, this place beckons the who's who in the various realms. Die hard clubbers and party animals haunt this place for most part of the year. The vicinity of the club and the discotheque is rather well maintained, hygeinic and peaceful.
True to its moniker, Mambo, which is a fast-paced ballroom dance of Carribean origin, Cafe Mambo is surely a racy beach club in a league of its own that has catapulted Tito's on to the international scene. Vibrations of house music, as well as international DJ music, is a treat for the ears here at Cafe Mambo that is thrown open to the guests from 8 p.m.in the evening.