At this stylish downtown restaurant, the cooking of owner/chef Suzana Davila has earned a devoted local following, as well as write-ups in just about every major international food magazine. Although nominally Mexican, this food is not just any Mexican food; with plenty of Southwestern cross-currents, it’s imaginative and different. Expect such creations as grilled beef with a jalapeño chili and tomatillo sauce; chicken with a dark mole sauce made with Kahlúa, chocolate, almonds, and chilies; and plenty of fresh, locally grown greens as accompaniments and highlights. The menu is posted on portable blackboards, so you never know what you might find on any given day. However, you’re always good with the plato Poca Cosa, a trio of dishes chosen by the chef. This lively restaurant is an excellent value.