Locals and visitors congregate at this popular Southwest-inspired Riverside eatery, where dinner entrées range from fish tacos and crab cake salad to BBQ pork enchiladas and pecan chicken. The dimly lit upstairs lounge has a coffeehouse vibe—with a handful of cozy booths and leather couches—and a tequila bar. The name rises from the city's Great Fire of 1901, which started when a mattress factory, which processed Spanish moss, ignited. Local bands perform periodically on weekends. You can't make guaranteed reservations, but you can call in to be put on the waiting list for seating. A children's menu is available.