Copal feels like your 5-year-old piñata party, minus the screaming kids, and with more alcohol. If it wasn’t clear from that description, this is a highly charming place to eat Mexican food. The menu is small, but the people in the kitchen know how to make good queso and fresh flour tortillas. The tacos are solid (though not life-changing), but the real standouts here are the smashed avocado plate (with radishes, cotija cheese, and the aforementioned homemade tortillas) and the drinking-poolside-on-vacation-worthy strawberry tequila-Campari slushy. Make those moves and you just beat the expert level of happy hour.