It's where Mi Ranchito used to be- right near the movie theater. It tastes like good home cooking. It's now called El Aguacate. We went on a Tuesday, and they didn't have all the menu items, but we had a delicious huge bowl of beef soup/stew: good broth, bug hunks of beef attached to marrow bones, hunk of corn on cob, big piece of chayote, potatoes, cilantro (hmmm, I'll see if I can attach a photo). It came with several lime wedges, and tortillas that had just been made- wonderful. It was I think $10.00. There were a bunch of good-sounding chicken stews for $9.00, and some entrees in the teens.