Fonda la Catrina, and its adjacent fish-focused sister restaurant El Sirenito, are true Georgetown gems. Fonda serves contemporary, slightly fancier versions of classic Mexican dishes—tortas, tacos, enchiladas, etc.—alongside a wonderful selection of margaritas. The house margarita is a ludicrous $6 at happy hour. They’ve also got an excellent brunch menu, and the service and atmosphere are head and shoulders above your average family Mexican joint. Next door, Mezcal bar and fish taco emporium El Sirenito provides all the pescatarian delights your heart desires. The ceviche can be iffy, but when it’s on, it’s on. I’m also a huge fan of their super fishy pescadillas, tortillas stuffed with fried rockfish, salsa verde, and pickled red onion. TOBIAS COUGHLIN-BOGUE
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