This restaurant is known for its giant breakfast tacos and excellent Mexican food in a homey diner atmosphere. Start with queso at an outdoor table before digging in.
Tom Micklethwait's vintage 1960 Comet food trailer has a smoker on the back that produces terrific brisket, as well as moist chicken, baby back ribs, and pork loin. We want the sweet-spicy-garlicky sauce by the gallon, and while we're at it, we'll take as much mayo-mustard potato salad and sweet and sour slaw as we can fit in the car. Did we mention the housemade sausage?
This locally-owned artisan purveyor of empanadas focuses on fresh ingredients and unexpected flavor combinations. Baked fresh and made from scratch with the highest quality unbleached American flour.
Craft beer and thin-crust pizza in a cozy setting.
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