In the buzzing neighborhood along Polk Street, this dining room, tucked behind a rusty-colored corner façade, is known for its low-key Nuevo Latino cooking. On the menu, you'll find such starters as habanero hot wings, queso fundido, and bacon-wrapped prawns—the perfect preview for house specialties of enchiladas poblanas, chicken mole, and a ten-ounce New York steak. Burritos, tacos, and fajitas also pair well with the restaurant's famous sangría.
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