Look for the “Good Food” sidewalk sign and you’ll find just that. The name sounds like a reference to steam trains, but the building resembles a repurposed icehouse. The open kitchen looks out on metal tables and the highway through a big window. Counter service is quick and easy, and the eclectic menu is Marfa-typical. Rotisserie chicken with crunchy blackened skin is delicious on its own but really shines when combined with the avocado toast. Shredded breast meat shares the bread with generous slices of avocado and radish. Divine. Next time we’re ordering the shrimp ceviche tostadas!