The Vazquez sisters, Reyna and Maritza, have built a small empire serving stylish breakfast tacos alongside fresh-squeezed juices and smoothies. Their newest spot, a full-service brick-and-mortar affair, is situated in the ever-evolving Mueller development, northeast of downtown. Half-moon-shaped totopos held up to a chunky shrimp ceviche, but our favorite starter was a picada (a sope-like open-faced corn tortilla) topped with strips of steak, avocado, and queso fresco; smothered in mole; and crowned with an over-easy egg. It would be the perfect breakfast (and is better than the chicken-filled mole enchiladas). We tried several tacos: the friendly chicken milanesa with lettuce and pico; the cochinita pibil, fiery with habanero and served birria style with dipping broth; and the chile relleno (the battered, cheese-stuffed poblano a little dense for a taco) on a bed of nopal-studded rice. Blue-hued frozen margaritas and a Camino a Casa (rum, mezcal, pineapple, and coconut) transported us to coastal Mexico, while live music and lounging areas heightened the sense of escape.