From Our Editors
- What it is: a traditional Mexican restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- When it opened: 2001
- What it's named for: owner Rodrigo Padilla's hometown in Mexico
- What to try for breakfast: huevos con nopales—an omelet with cactus, onions, and peppers
- What to try for dinner: pollo jalisco—grilled chicken breast served on a skillet with pico de gallo and melted cheese
- Something for the kids: a cup of pork stew with hominy
- When to go: morning, afternoon, or night. The restaurant has late-night hours as well.