Now in its sixteenth year, Tito’s is still hustling. The standard Tex-Mex and a few Mex-Mex items (hearty sopes, for one) are up to par, a good go-to after walks through King William or First Friday art visits, especially now that there’s a full bar with decent margaritas. We relish the cheese-and-chili enchiladas, with their familiar flavors, good texture, and just enough spiciness, as well as the extensive offering of breakfast tacos. But a recent meal was a bit lackluster, with avocado tacos (the fruit overly ripe) lacking oomph and cream-sauced green enchiladas lacking zing. A chatty crowd of neighbors, locals, and Southtown tourists keep the competent waitstaff on their toes in the two dining rooms (one with a bar and liquor license, one without—go figure).