This block of Archer Heights is filled Mexican eateries, but this late-night spot stands out for the contrast between its contemporary decor and traditional fare. Classic tacos, burritos, gorditas and tostadas are served up alongside horchata, fruit juices and coffee, but you can also BYOB. For breakfast, traditional desayunos with chorizo or bacon hit the spot, and lunch options range from ensaladas to soups to tortas. Platters with rice and beans are also a popular choice, with hearty eats such as pork chops, breaded chicken and Palazo-style fajitas with a trio of beef, chicken and shrimp. During warmer months, the outdoor patio makes for a relaxed atmosphere for the neighborhood crowd.