The only thing better than the bean dip — a large bowl of equal parts refried beans and melted Mexican white cheese zinged up with a mild blend of spices with unlimited baskets of tortilla chips — is this authentic, family-owned restaurant's attitude toward BYOB. Walk in with a six-pack of Corona, and the waitstaff will promptly place an ice bucket on your table. They'll even provide the limes — which go wonderfully with sizzling fajitas accompanied by grilled steak, onions, and peppers — or burritos stuffed with so much goodness they look like they're about to burst at the seams. Although the fare at this nondescript Homestead favorite is flavorful, it's not overly spicy. If you're a lover of all things hot 'n' spicy, try the chile relleno: a large poblano pepper stuffed with your choice of chicken, beef, or cheese; dipped in egg batter; and smothered with salsa and melted cheese.