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All the usual suspects can be found at this colorful neighborhood restaurant. A good variety of pan-seared quesadillas, burritos, fajitas, and tacos forms the backbone of its home-style repertoire. The signature dish dobladillas mixquiapan stands out for its unique name and ingredients: "smashed" potatoes, cheese, and Mexican sausage in a corn tortilla. House specialties include soft cochinita tacos (think Mexican pulled pork) and several molé dishes made with a paste the owner personally buys in Puebla, Mexico, home of the molé poblano: a chicken breast with a sauce that has chocolate, cinnamon, and hot peppers in it (a crowd pleaser). Prices range from $2.25 for a bean dip to $16.95 for a parrillada with grilled pork, chicken, steak, shrimp, and enough bells and whistles on the side to satisfy two people. It's simply good food and healthful portions for a friendly price.