Ever get late-night fried frog-leg cravings? Open until midnight weekdays and 3 a.m. weekends, Las Ranitas, Spanish for little frogs, is a great place for satisfying out-of-the-ordinary culinary urges at unconventional dining times. Tortilla chips served with fresh, chunky salsa and a steaming bowl of catfish soup make for a satisfying late-night snack combo. Mex-Mex items, like tacos carnitas (tacos filled with fried pork) and milanesa de pollo (breaded and deep-fried chicken), dominate the menu. The popular shopping-center eatery doubles as a makeshift neighborhood sports bar, so if you're looking for a place to catch the next big pay-per-view boxing match, you can watch it here--if you're willing to pay the $10 viewing cover, that is. Las Ranitas also serves traditional Mexican breakfast and lunch items--eggs, tacos, tortas (Mexican sandwiches), etc. Be prepared to order in Spanish at any hour, however, as little English is uttered here.