More than 140 people can settle into Tecalitlan Restaurant’s villa-themed eatery, complete with hand-carved, high-back chairs and exposed brick walls. This is a far cry from the seven tables that filled the family owned and operated restaurant in 1976, the year it opened. But like the neighborhood, the Ukrainian Village staple has expanded, welcoming all types of diners—from friends down the street to star athletes—seven days a week. Endless chips and salsa begin each meal before glasses of 3G margaritas and sizzling platters of authentic Mexican tacos, fajitas, and burritos sate appetites. In fact, Tecalitlan burritos have become such a fan favorite that diners have resorted to mailing them to out-of-state family and friends, as well as sneaking them across Canadian borders to burrito-less providences.