The 33 main dishes served at Mi Pueblo are drawn from the culinary favorites of 33 cities throughout Mexico. Locals and tourists alike frequent this place for delicious homemade Mexican food.
Leading the list are corcholatas callejeras, sweet bite-sized blue corn tortillas with beans, avocado, sour cream, and guajillo pepper. Also popular is the zesty mole poblano from Puebla.
Chips, salsa, fresh ceviche and large, frosty margaritas are other crowd pleasers.
For a peek at how it all happens, go upstairs to watch the cooks making fresh tortillas in a traditional open kitchen.
When the sun goes down, live Mariachis perform.