This old-time, sun-filled, colorful, family-run restaurant is a neighborhood gem, and not only because it serves breakfast all day—though the hearty chilaquiles hit the spot. On weekends, adventurous eaters may opt for birria, a spicy goat stew, or menudo, a tongue-searing soup made from tripe, calf's foot, and hominy. The latter is a time-honored hangover cure—but don't come expecting margaritas (though you will find beer and sangria). Bring plenty
of change for the jukebox loaded with Latin hits.