The excellent butcher counter at this Mexican market boasts cuts of meat for your home cooking. But when you want a great lunch or dinner without the hassle, try the chiles rellenos and guisadas (stewed meats and veggies), served à la carte or with rice and beans, while seated in the new seating area: two short countertops with about eight stools. Grab a Jarritos soda out of the fridge, since beer is not available. The best deal is on weekends, when you can get consommé, menudo and barbacoa (lamb), or take home a family-size helping of carnitas, nopales salad, house-made tortillas, salsa, queso and crema salvadoreña (called the Super Combo Dominguero) for around $20. Open daily 8 a.m.–8:30 p.m. 7811 Aurora Ave. N.
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