The restaurant has two separate dining rooms and we chose the one located in the back. It was beautifully decorated with Mexican artwork and had a warm, inviting feel you don't typically get at most Mexican BYOB restaurants. After opening the bottle of cabernet sauvignon we brought, we dove into an order of homemade guacamole. The version at Mixteco is slightly less traditional; it includes chopped cucumber which gives it an extra fresh and crunchy feel. I like cucumbers, so I didn't mind it, but the BF isn't a cucumber fan, so he wasn't a fan of the guacamole either.
|Guacamole with tomato, cucumber, serrano|
|Pollo en Pipian Rojo|
1601 W. Montrose
Chicago, IL 60613
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