South Congress bar with a Hopfields food trailer on-site.
Asian-themed stir-fried rice bowls feature your choice of veggies, beef, chicken, shrimp, or tofu.
This restaurant is spare in decor but meticulously clean. The menu features a mix of Vietnamese noodle-house items, from appetizers to pho, bun, and rice plates, with a smattering of Chinese stir-fries thrown in for the timid or uninformed.
This family-oriented business serves good thin-crust pizza, sandwiches, calzones, and a few pasta dishes. The counter service is friendly, and takeout is fast and easy.
Serves the full pantheon of Mexican delights in big portions and at great prices. The tamales are to die for, and the pork with green sauce is fit for the gods.
Occupies the eastern interior portion of a hopping little convenience store. The tamales are to die for, and the pork with green sauce is fit for the gods.
The aromas that greet you at the door of this authentic Mexican bakery do not lie. The breads, rolls, cookies, and pastries are the stuff of sweet dreams.
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