Suculenta Cocina Mexicana
Things you might not expect to find at The Domain: easy street parking, local artisans selling arts and crafts, and a food trailer where you can get an order of chile en nogada or enchiladas suizas on hand-made corn tortillas. But walk by Suculenta Cocina, parked near the south end of The Domain, and you’ll find at least one of those things. Despite the trailer backdrop, food comes out on real plates, served on real tables on a fake grass lawn in a relatively quiet part of The Domain, where you can watch people emerge, wide-eyed, from The Museum Of Illusions across the street, and stumble hungrily towards the aromas of roasted chilis, mole poblano, and slow-roasted cochinita pibil.
photo credit: Nicolai McCrary