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Crowd-pleasing Mexican food makes this cantina a popular neighborhood staple. It's an attractive space with high ceilings, an expansive bar and a genuinely friendly greeting. The food focuses on the Puebla and Oaxaca regions, with chicken, steak or pork burritos, a variety of tacos and taquitos and, at lunch, huevos rancheros and pulled-pork tortas. The Cariño salad gets special treatment, dressed up with jicama, pumpkin seeds and jalapeño dressing.