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All the usual suspects can be found at this colorful neighborhood restaurant. A good variety of pan-seared quesadillas, burritos, fajitas, and tacos forms the backbone of its home-style repertoire. The signature dish dobladillas mixquiapan stands out for its unique name and ingredients: "smashed" potatoes, cheese, and Mexican sausage in a corn tortilla. House specialties include soft cochinita tacos (think Mexican pulled pork) and several molé dishes made with a paste the owner personally buys in Puebla, Mexico, home of the molé poblano: a chicken breast with a sauce that has chocolate, cinnamon, and hot peppers in it (a crowd pleaser). Prices range from $2.25 for a bean dip to $16.95 for a parrillada with grilled pork, chicken, steak, shrimp, and enough bells and whistles on the side to satisfy two people. It's simply good food and healthful portions for a friendly price.
TEN GREAT COUNTRY SONGS WRITTEN ABOUT DON BURRITO:1. "It's Nobody's Flauta but My Own (So Keep Your Hands off the Sour Cream)"2. "You Done Took All My Money, But I Can Still Afford a Don Burrito Burrito ($6.95)"3. "Mama Don't Let Your Sons Grow Up to Be Vegans (Cause They'll Miss Out on Don Burrito's Sizzling Al Pastor Fajitas)"4. "Cold Mexican Beers, Hot Miami Nights, and Achey Brakey Tortilla Chips"5. "I Done Somebody Wrong, but After Eating This Chicken Mole Somehow I Feel All Right... More »
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