An offshoot of the long-standing location in Woodson Terrace, this incarnation offers a more or less identical menu. That's no complaint. The food here is a step above the typical Mexican joint, with a wider variety of ingredients and a little extra care in the preparation. Seafood dishes are particularly good, including fish tacos and the smoky, spicy adobo sauce-rubbed red snapper (pescado a la talla). Reliable favorites include enchiladas and a lime-spiked carne asada. Don't overlook the roasted corn and tomato soup, a stunningly flavorful dish.