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Ignore the bars on the windows and pass under Monterrey's green awning, and you find the experience is classier than the security bars might suggest. The chairs are carved wood and each tabletop is covered in a clean tablecloth. The complimentary chips are warm and are paired with two salsas: the typical tomato-based red and the warm, spicy green. Monterrey's menu is a bible, offering everything from migas for breakfast and the traditional caldo de res (beef soup) to DFW rarities, such as enchiladas de mole and spinach quesadillas, not to mention Tex-Mex standards like fajitas.