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Photos by Sarah Haider/22nd Century Media Cafe El Tapatio’s arrachera XX ($26.95) is a generous helping of charbroiled Angus skirt steak marinated in Dos Equis and garlic served with nopalitos, frijoles de la olla and fresh guacamole.
The chamuscado de panela ($11) is a tasty appetizer made of three slices of seared queso panela, topped with roasted tomato, poblano, ancho chile balsamic sauce and sprinkled with Mexican oregano.
The chilpayate margarita ($11) is mixed with ancho chile-infused tequila, triple sec, habanero bitters, tamarindo and lime served with a chili-powder rim.
The enchiladas de espinaca ($14) is a hefty serving of three flour tortillas stuffed with fresh spinach and queso, and topped with mild chipotle cream sauce. The dish comes with a side of arroz verde, esquites de calabaza and guacamole.
Chris Pullam, Contributing Editor
4:07 pm CDT May 18, 2017
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