This casual Mueller neighborhood–area restaurant and bar is cute (turquoise tables, red chairs, giant dog murals on the courtyard wall outside), which made us predisposed to like its well-priced, homey menu. We enjoyed two generous slabs of decent meat loaf drizzled with barbecue sauce, sided by a few sautéed onions and red bell peppers. We also liked the breakfast bowl (available all day) with a fried egg, slivers of potato, and streaks of avocado crema (the chorizo that came with it was sadly salty and greasy). The feeling of eating at our indulgent aunt’s house was reinforced by dessert: a fat wedge of moist, coarse dark chocolate cake with milk chocolate mousse tucked inside.