A critically acclaimed contemporary Mexican spot on Fourth Street’s restaurant row, spices figure prominently in Anejo’s fresh and fun cuisine. But if it’s hot you want, order multiple tacos featuring fillings from adobo pork to wild mushroom and experiment with a long list of accompanying salsas and hot sauces.
This critically acclaimed contemporary Mexican spot on Fourth Street’s restaurant row is conspicuously marked with a flowery window-front Day of the Dead skull. Anejo’s bright sky-lit space features multi-level seating. Grab a seat and tuck into wicked tacos and all sorts of shareable small plates, as well as refined Mexican entrees from mole chicken and lamb shank barbacoa to sizzling molcajete barbecue dishes. Also, the bar carries a 150-plus-label selection of top tequilas.
Offering 10 margarita options and four tequila cocktails, it is safe to say that Anejo focuses on tequila. However, the contemporary Mexican joint does “reluctantly offer” other spirits if you prefer.