It took me more than a year following its opening to discover this small, hole-in-the wall restaurant that serves authentic Mexican fare, but, find it, I did. On entering I was warmly greeted by the friendly staff and ordered 3 street tacos - al pastor, chorizo and chicken tinga at the counter. I grabbed a soda from the cooler and sat at one of the tables and in short order a large basket of chips and fresh, in-house made salsa made its way to my table. Each of the double tortillas were amply filled with meat and topped with fresh cilantro and onions. A squeeze of fresh lime followed by a drizzle of either or both of the tomatillo or chipolte salsas and I was flying high. You can try twisting my arm, but I won't reveal which of the tacos I favored because, like children, each was unique and worthy of unconditional love.