The Mexican green jay provides the name for the restaurant occupying the once-leaning building that housed Liberty Bar, which is now totally spiffed up and straightened out, with a just-cute-enough outdoor patio and a new smokehouse. South Texas and Northern Mexico steer the menu, which is replete with giant platters of nachos, barbacoa, and brisket. It’s nice to see border-area ingredients such as anise-like hoja santa, epazote, and queso fresco. Expect entrées large enough to share, with excellent refried beans and Spanish-style rice. Churros and pecan pie fill up any empty corners.