Where the chilaquiles stand tall . . . and crisp.
A no-nonsense favorite with a tight but impressive Mexican menu.
Wagon wheels, mariachis, and meat by the kilo.
A wall of stilled temple bells frames colorful canvases and a globetrotting menu.
Seafood standards revisited, revived, and refreshed.
Palenque is a grill’s best friend.
A mostly Mexican menu is dedicated to the endless virtues of breakfast and brunch.
Tantalizing tapas tempt.
The border search for breakfast tacos worthy of early Sunday morning bed extraction is often legendary, and winners remain guarded family secrets. But the secret’s long out with this former gas station that’s punted out hand-hewn flour tortillas stuffed with standards for decades. Hearty guisado (beef stew) is thick with…
The black-and-white-tiled floors and deep vinyl booths here hint that the Fonz might be in the back flipping burgers. Fortunately, a menu heavy on comfort food matches the meticulously sourced atmosphere. Burgers and sandwiches are staples, including an impressive Philly cheesesteak bracketed with your choice of house fries, tater tots,…