Floral wallpaper and exposed brick set the scene for this new spot in the Las Plazas Arts District. The menu is mostly Mexican, with some American sandwiches and a couple pastas thrown in for good measure. Elotes arrive as mini corn cobs slathered in butter and queso fresco, while flautas ahogadas, filled with beef or chicken, come bathed in a spicy red-chile sauce. The ideal cocktail is the Chico, made with silver tequila, blackberry liqueur, and Topo Chico. Breakfast is served Thursday through Sunday; try a pineapple mimosa and the Barrio Breakfast: a twelve-ounce ribeye, three eggs, and your choice of an enchilada or enmolada. Follow that with a downtown stroll.