From Our Editors
Kaleidoscopic décor surrounds a profusion of zesty aromas as Fajita Ritas populates its checkerboard tables with authentic south-of-the-border fare. Diners can begin Baja excursions with chips and white queso sauce ($3.99+, add meat for an additional cost) or a helping of tropical cevichi camarones, which drenches tender shrimp in a concoction of exotic fruit juices before adorning them with gems of mango and cucumber to increase their value for seafood-themed episodes of Antiques Roadshow ($9.99). Pepper professionals stuff rich chihuahua cheese into the grilled chili relleno as a cavalry of bacon-wrapped shrimp stand guard ($14.99). Cornmeal-swathed chicken tamales forgo the standard corn-husk costume for an opulent banana leaf to impassion droves of borracho-bean paparazzi ($12.99).