El Rincon de Villa is housed in a bright yellow building with gun-toting, bandolier-wearing, sombrero-rocking dudes painted on the side. Don’t worry, though, the guys inside wield pencils and pads instead of pistols. When one comes to your table, order the chilaquiles, small pieces of fried corn tortilla with your choice of red or green sauce with beans and eggs. If breakfast food isn’t your thing, this North Dallas Mexican restaurant is known for its tacos and other staples on the cheap, but note the place opens at 4 a.m. on the weekends. It was built to destroy hangovers one by one.
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