Bathed in the deafening roar of a jukebox and the Atlántico game playing simultaneously at top volume, Antojitos Guerrero is a small family restaurant specializing in the dishes of central Mexico's Guerrero state, which is to say barbacoa, beef steamed with chilies in maguey leaves until it is tender as an Usher ballad, heaps of it with thick, homemade tortillas and extra chili if you happen to be into excess.
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Photos by Anne Fishbein York Boulevard, as it shoots through the heart of Highland Park, has always been rich in Mexican restaurants: the Cal-Mex restaurant near the police museum whose potent margaritas were praised by Joseph Wamba...