Then I returned with a girlfriend on a relatively quiet night, and over a few leisurely hours at the bar we enjoyed a meal and an evening that made the price paid worth it. I ordered the melon agua fresca and had the bartender add a shot of tequila--refreshing and light. We ate thick, warm, crunchy chips with traditional guacamole and pico de gallo salsa, sprightly even with winter tomatoes. Spicy tuna ceviche was lovely with strings of pickled onion and sprinklings of toasted coconut, enhanced with tiny spoonfuls from the guacamole bowl. Sweet corn soup, garnished with a tiny huitlacoche quesadilla, was, hands down, the best dish on the menu, with deep, intense, concentrated flavor.