Hidden at the end of San Francisco's Divisadero Corridor is The Little Chihuahua, a hole-in-the-wall eatery with a diminutive name but big, bold, Mexican-inspired flavors. Aside from being well-priced, the restaurant's hearty dishes will quell any appetite the morning after a night of too much drinking. My favorite order is the chilaquiles; the tortilla chips are soft yet still slightly crunchy, dressed with a complex vegetable sauce, and topped with the fluffiest possible eggs.
The Little Chihuahua
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