With its warm but stylish eating areas—a light-filled main dining room, a pretty tiled patio with a fountain, a bar with modern leather couches—and a menu that ranges all over the map of Mexico, this is the place to come for a sophisticated, Mexico City–type experience. You might start with any of the distinctive selection of soups, such as poblano crema, pozole, or a non-Americanized version of tortilla soup (among other things, it comes with crispy chicharron rather than chicken). Interior menu mainstays include Veracruz-style red snapper, steak a la tampiqueña, and “divorced” chicken enchiladas, one covered with salsa verde, the other with ranchero sauce. Tex-Mex standards are available, too, as are dishes catering to other dietary preferences such as vegetarian, paleo, and gluten-free. The margarita menu is comprehensive and, if you stick to the 100% agave tequila, gluten-free as well.