Around the corner from El Mercado, you'll find Mexican fare, sandwiches, burgers, and smoothies to enjoy in the expansive basement dining area.
Making fresh tortillas right before your eyes, Changos offers great mahi tacos, al pastor, and massive burritos.
You pick the ingredients; it builds the burrito.
Theoretically, you could have Tex-Mex for breakfast, lunch, and dinner here. It's likely you'd get pretty darn lubricated too, what with all the 'rita specials.
These friendly folks have been serving up moderately priced Tex-Mex with salsa and saltines since 1954.
You'll get a square meal and a fresh deal at this Tex-Mex spot that offers all the standards.
Good, substantial, and cheap Tex-Mex.
The crowds gathering at all hours attest to the loyal following Torchy's has developed. Look for crowdpleasers like their fried avocado taco or inventive takes like the ahi-tuna-filled Mr. Pink. Make sure to try the breakfast menu too.
offers a wide range of Tex-Mex with a slightly contemporary twist, and fans are crazy about the chipotle salsa and chips. The half-pound burgers are tasty and massive, and the menu also offers chicken-fried steaks.
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