7 Leguas Mexican Grill
7 Leguas not only celebrates its Mexican heritage with its cuisine, but also with its name. The restaurant was named after Pancho Villa’s horse, which the famed general rode in several battles during the Mexican Revolution. Guests will find a photograph of Pancho Villa riding 7 Leguas on the front of the menu, and a candid shot of them high-fiving in midair on the back. Some of the menu’s most alluring items are the tacos, which chefs stuff with carnitas, beef tongue, or chorizo before adding a handful of cilantro and chopped onions. But there are plenty of other palate-pleasing options, including sizzling fajitas, enchilada plates, and chicken mole.