From Our Editors
DeLeons serves up authentic, scratch-made cuisine from its kitchen and in-house tortilla factory. At the Francis Avenue menu, early birds spit out their worms in favor of the shop's breakfast burritos, cylinders of succulence stuffed with meats, eggs, beans, and potatoes ($4.99). Lunch and evening eats revolve around combination plates, showcasing tacos, enchiladas, tamales, and flautas served with rice and beans ($7.99–$9.29). Riverside's menu also features various combo plates of tacos, chimichangas, tamales, and enchiladas ($6.99–$11.99). Or, quell spicy after-dinner palates with Aguas Frescas, south-of-the-border beverages in sweet varieties such as watermelon, hibiscus blossom, and horchata ($1.50+).