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The menu at this South Loop Mexican spot includes low-key offerings like hand-made tamales and tacos, plus more upscale fare like grilled twin lobster tails in guajillo cream salsa and a Negro Modelo marinated filet mignon. The space features warm hues of orange, green and yellow, rustic chandeliers, colorful Mexican tiles framing the open kitchen and a large bar complete with an arched stone back bar. So what's with the name? It's in honor of Abuelo Ortega, who fought alongside Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata in the early 1900s.

Nearest Transit Station: Roosevelt (elevated) (Green Line, Orange Line) Roosevelt (subway) (Red Line) Hours: Mon-Thu 11:30 am - 10 pm Fri-Sat 11:30 am - 11 pm Sun 12 pm - 9 pm Attire: Casual Accepts Credit Cards: Yes Parking: Street Price Range: $$ Good for Groups: Yes Good for Kids: Yes Takes Reservations: Yes Delivery: No Take-out: Yes Waiter Service: Yes Outdoor Seating: Yes Wi-Fi: No Good For: Dinner Alcohol: Full Bar Noise Level: Average Ambience: Casual Has TV: Yes Caters: Yes Wheelchair Accessible: Yes