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Beans are usually OK; some are even good. The charro beans at Lindo Mexico are whipped to a butter-smooth consistency and liberally sprinkled with melted white cheese, and the taste is incredible. They're smoky, meaty, rich and must be spiked with something because you'll crave them beyond what is usually reasonable for something like beans. These are the best damn beans in town. Other menu items, such as fresh chips and salsas and coctel de campechana (seafood cocktail, $9.99), are worth writing home about, too. Just bring cash, because this place doesn’t take plastic. (Alibi Staff, May 20, 2011)
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