Inside two lines form: one for the freshly baked corn tortillas, the other for meats. Lupita's has five or six butchers on-site, and the prepared meats include barbecued beef (weekends), roasted chicken in adobo sauce, and roasted pork — with or without the skin.
The menu is lengthy and food portions are huge and tasty at this restaurant, which offers a flavorful mix of Tex Mex and Cal Mex, American hybridizations of Mexican dishes.
Neighborhood spot with vegan options and comfort foods. Sandwiches and entrées are tweaked with just enough to keep things going. The Carolina burger is a hefty patty tucked into a Portuguese bun and slathered with house-made beef chili, cabbage slaw and mustard — and is cooked to preference.
This funky, semi-legendary place is home to an eclectic clientele and a kitchen full of some of the best burgers, chili and vegetarian chili in town.
Similar to sandwich shops throughout the Middle East: the grill line on one side, a display case packed with salads, dips, pastries and desserts, and a cluster of tables. Try the excellent kibbeh.
A small takeout shop a dozen banh mi sandwiches on the roster. Sandwiches range between $3 and $3.50. Sundays are busy. Some have proclaimed the banh mi the best sandwich on the planet; Le's offers a well-crafted rendition.
This inexpensive bakery offers sensational international treats. Here, chocolate-covered fruits, Napoleons and tarts share space with the treble cleft opera cakes (here called 100 Layer and with the taste of the lovechild of a Napoleon and a tiramisu) as well as Brazilian desserts like passion fruit cake and manjar branco, a coconut pudding often mistaken for a flan.
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