Over the years, the restaurant expanded to the building next door. “What the kitchen could muster,” as Travis puts it, but the atmosphere, food, and sense of family remain unchanged. “We lucked out,” Travis says. “My grandpa put in the hard work. I don't know if I could do what he did."
The Sopaipillas at Mary & Tito’s Cafe Are a Chile-Lover's Dream
New Mexican natives dine at this restaurant for a reminder of their grandmother’s cooking.