If you ever wanted to eat what Anthony Bourdain ate in the tiny place where he ate it on his 2018 trip to far west Texas, stop into Marfa Burrito. The past is everywhere in this cozy joint on the highway heading south out of town. The walls inside and the fences of the patio outside are covered in graffiti, signatures from customers, photos of locals and celebrity customers (Matthew McConaughey, Mark Ruffalo), and shrines to Selena and Pancho Villa. The food is pretty basic—nine burritos, four of them with egg. The puerco asado burrito, just called the asado, is the one Bourdain enjoyed, with juicy pork in a very red chile sauce. We also had a very beefy “carne” burrito that was supposed to have potato in it but was basically a half-pound of ground beef. The best part of both was the homemade flour tortilla, a monstrous thing that soaked up the juices. Bring your appetite—these burritos are huge—and your cash. And your pen. (For more on that trip, search for Explore Parts Unknown West Texas. There’s even an asado recipe.)