A better idea: La Quinta, my new favorite Mexican restaurant, on Mission between 20th and 21th. It has the feel of what Chava's used to feel like. Family, old-school, everybody's smiling, huge plates of food, cool, colorful, fruity paintings on the wall, a counter ... A counter!
We sat at a table and fell in love with the place. I got birria ($7.50), and the goats were tender and less gristly than usual — not that I have anything against gristle. But I know you do. Jolly Boy got huevos rancheros ($6.50), and Earl ordered some kind of thing with softened tortilla chips all scrambled up with eggs and stuff. I got to taste everything and everything was great. The tabletop chips were fresh and the salsa was delicious.
You know what, I think it's cheaper than most places this day and age too. Check this out: Weekdays, between 7 and 11 a.m., you can get huevos rancheros, or other egg dishes, for $4.75. That's with rice, beans, and homemade tortillas, and that's just freakin' beautiful.<\!s><z5><h110>SFBG<h$><z$>
Daily, 7 a.m.–<\d>7 p.m.
2425 Mission, SF
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