An incredible restaurant always filled with locals. A reservation is highly recommended! The name "las trojes" refers to traditional cabins that are built without nails. This enables them to be taken apart and rebuilt in a different location whenever needed. Unfortunately, Las Trojes was built using nails, but alas, the food is delicious. Be sure to order a good "tequila derecho con sangrita" (pictured). Their homemade sangrita is the best I've found in Mexico! Be sure to try "cecina", dried beef served with guacamole, and "arrachera marinada", marinated flank steak.