Located just a stone’s throw from the National Museum of Mexican Art, this fresh south-of-the-border charmer boasts a colorful dining room peppered with bright artwork, thumping cumbia music, and a chill neighborhood vibe that makes you want to linger forever. The delicious authentic food just brings it all home. Chef Alfonso Sotelo worked for Rick Bayless at both Topolobampo and Xoco, and his accomplished resume comes to life in this kitchen. Warm tortillas crafted from heirloom Oaxacan masa are folded around goat adobo barbacoa, savory carnitas, or tender mole enchiladas. Save room for the chocolate tamal—a piping hot chocolate cake served in a corn husk, drizzled with decadent sauce and cajeta, then finished with a creamy scoop of vanilla ice cream.
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