The classic carne seca plate served at the famous Mi Nidito pairs the sun-dried shredded beef with Mexican rice, refried beans and a tortilla. Word to the wise: The wait time for a table can be up to an hour, so get to the restaurant at off-peak times if you don’t want to idle. Stave off your hunger by ordering the Cheese Crisp right off the bat, a cross between an open-faced quesadilla and a Mexican Pizza.
Special Dishes: Cheese Crisp, Carne Seca Plate
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