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Degollado Mexican Restaurant unites American and Mexican traditions in more than just its food: the founder was a cook for the U.S. Navy, and now serves authentic Mexican plates to an ardent fan base of Navy members. These entrees span classic burritos, tacos, fajitas, and dinners such as chicken covered in mole poblano sauce. But they also include lesser-known delicacies, including several varieties of soups. Galdo degollado combines shrimp and tilapia in a flavorful broth, whereas pozole, a Mexican pork soup, is served with hominy, onion, and lime. Meanwhile, daring patrons might opt for the menudo—a beef tripe soup that comes with corn tortillas.