Make your way past a charming brown stone-like exterior and set of heavy wooden doors to arrive at this Mexican gem composed with vaulted wood ceilings and wrought -iron chandeliers. The brick walls of this bi-level space are decked out with ranchero-inspired paraphernalia, so if images of cowboy hats and lariats come to mind, you're at the right spot. The center kitchen's open flames exude with that appetizing aroma of meat charring. Speaking of, go for the norteño -style steak or arrachera available by the kilo or half. Light flour tortillas are made fresh daily; while tortilla chips with red and green salsa are nothing to sneeze at.
Sweet tooths will be rewarded by the home-spun tres leches with a properly sweetened sponge cake and coconut flakes.