This Mexico City-inspired spot in Midtown is a great option for authentic Mexican food in a space that looks like it was designed by your cool aunt. Try to make it there specifically for weekend brunch - their patio gets packed on Saturdays and Sundays, but you’ll be much happier if you arrive early enough to grab a seat outside. There’s usually a live mariachi-jazz band playing (this is a good thing, we promise), and their brunch specials, like chilaquiles and huevos chelo (crispy potato tacos topped with fried eggs, salsa verde, and cotija cheese), are both delicious and potentially life saving, depending on the night you had before.
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Pepper Twins in Montrose serves Szechuan Chinese food, including dumplings and their famous Pepper Twins Chicken.
The Hay Merchant
The Hay Merchant in Montrose has 80 beers on tap, a huge patio, and unique barn snacks like a roasted pig’s head.
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Last Concert Cafe
Last Concert Cafe is a historic music venue and Mexican restaurant located just north of Downtown.
El Tiempo Cantina
El Tiempo Cantina is where to go for queso and fajitas before a long night of bar-hopping on Washington Ave.
Hugo's in Montrose servers traditional Mexican food in an elegant space and is known for their huge Sunday brunch buffet.
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Coltivare in The Heights is where to go with a group to drinks cocktails in a garden and eat lots of Italian food.
Left Hand Path
Left Hand Path is a bar in Bushwick that kind of feels like an old wooden ship. Also, there’s a backyard. Have a birthday there.
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