Located just off Santa Fe Plaza, this family-owned fast-food eatery has been a favorite of locals and tourists alike since it opened in 1978. It’s noisy, busy, and fun, with red vinyl booths and colorful Mexican-style murals on the walls. You order at the counter, find a place to sit, and they bring you your food. Most breakfast items are served all day, including the popular breakfast burrito, either with or without meat; and the you’ll-only-find-this-in-Santa-Fe Washington Street Burrito: scrambled egg whites, sautéed spinach, tomatoes, and turkey bacon, rolled in a whole-wheat tortilla and topped with New Mexico–style chile and Swiss cheese. Lunch items include burritos, tacos, burgers, several sandwiches, some tasty and even healthy salads, and to honor the chef-owner’s Salvadoran roots, the El Salvador Combo—two house-made corn masa pupusas stuffed with squash, beans, and cheese, plus one chicken tamale wrapped in a banana leaf, and served with a side of mixed rice and beans. Beer and wine are available.