Just in time for the pandemic, Mary Perez picked up and moved her operation—starring her mama’s various enchilada recipes—from a tiny shop to an ample space with a bar. Things went so well she opened a second restaurant, in North Richland Hills, a few months later. Order this to go: Thick, creamy, white- cheese queso proves completely addicting, but save room for the hefty 3:13 Burrito, filled with rice and beans and your choice of meat (pick the slow-smoked brisket). The Trinity plate provides the option to mix and match any three enchiladas (or tacos); know that passing up the velvety mole with grilled chicken or the Hatch chicken would be a sin. Pro tip: To feed a crowd, order the family enchilada meal, with a dozen enchiladas and a choice of sauce plus rice, beans, chips, and salsa. Order and pay online; call upon arrival to give your vehicle description, and staff will deliver to your car window.
Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.
City: Fort Worth