This restaurant looks like the sort of place you should drive right past. Don’t! Despite appearances, this New Mexican–style restaurant serves deliciously creative Southwestern fare at very economical prices. To get an idea of what the food is all about, try the Cruz Kitchen combination plate (a tenderloin relleno and a smoked-pork tamale) or lobster tamales with mango salsa and raspberry chipotle sauce. Of course, there are great Chicago margaritas, but there’s also a surprisingly good wine list. It’s a good dinner stop on the way back from driving the Apache Trail.