On some days, Fiesta Mexicana is our favorite local restaurant, period. On the other hand, it's a cramped space, the seats are somewhat uncomfortable, and its precarious parking lot is hard to get in and out of. But once the gregarious owners--natives of Mexico City--start putting plates of food on your table, you forget all that. They specialize in Mexican street food here, so there's nothing fancy: flautas, tortas, enchiladas, and, best of all, pambazos, a fried roll coated in guajillo sauce, then stuffed with sausage, potato, cheese, and more. Just about everything is fresh--definitely get the handmade guacamole--and absolutely everything is scrumptious.