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La Fonda De Los Lobos
The story of La Fonda De Los Lobos begins in Taos, New Mexico. Owner Octaviano "Otis" Trujillo spent his childhood there before moving to Minnesota, and it's where he first tasted the food he would serve at his restaurant years later. Trujillo's mother, Mama Feloniz, taught him everything he knows about authentic Northern New Mexican cuisine. She must have impressed upon him the importance of geography, as the bulk of the eatery's ingredients are still shipped from New Mexico, where—perhaps not coincidentally—Mama Feloniz still resides.
Of course, Trujillo has still put his own stamp on his restaurant, which has been a neighborhood mainstay for nearly 40 years. His influence is apparent in the homey, cantina-style atmosphere as well as in the menu, which features reinvented staples such as chimichangas and loboritos (the latter best described as a taco within a burrito). The restaurant also houses a lively sports bar on the lower level as well as a new patio with its own fire pit. And there's no missing out on the margaritas, which come in a variety of flavors; try the Pink Cadillac, which comes with a splash of cranberry juice and its own parking space.