Sun: Closed (hours can change without notice)
This fantastic take on New Mexican cuisine features flamin’ hot, savory chile, melt-in-your-mouth chicharrones and sleeper-hit huevos rancheros. These hearty burritos and platters fuel a working human all day. As the name indicates, this family restaurant got its start making carne seca (and they still do) but branched out into an efficient New Mexican kitchen. The food is served on paper and styrofoam, the service is attentive and polite, and the food is always perfecto. The most unusual burrito or sandwich ingredient is the “old-fashioned” fried bologna, which is far more delicious than you think and is served, like everything else, with lots of chile.