Mi Casa dishes up an authentic menu of Oaxacan and Veracruzian delicacies. Stretch out the stomach that’s on deck with a sip of strawberry or mango margarita ($4.25) as you dunk tortilla chips into an abyss of freshly made salsa. For a heartier helping, sink flavor-seeking fangs into the fish tacos, three soft tacos hugging grilled whitefish, lettuce, and pico de gallo on a bed of rice ($8.99), or try the enchiladas supremas stuffed with beef, chicken, cheese, and beans before being smothered in enchilada sauce and sour cream ($7.99). Reuniting land and sea, the mar y tierra entree showcases a sizzling skirt steak cloaked in shrimp and blanketed in butter and mushrooms, served alongside all the accoutrements ($9.99). Sit at a private booth and get an authentic tan from the eatery’s sunny yellow walls, or settle in at the Cubist style bar and trade solemn stories of gambling away the ownership to your guacamole gold mine.