On the next sunny afternoon, find your way to the patio at Otaez, a fine spot for sipping a margarita, sangria, or agua fresca as you dip chips in salsa. Close your eyes and listen to the bustle of Webster Street, and it could almost be a busy south-of-the-border street, maybe even one from Otaez, the restaurant’s Durango namesake. The food delivers a taste of traditional Mexico. Otaez is the kind of place where menudo, whole fish, nopales, spicy shrimp, and king crab legs make their way tableside along with tacos, enchiladas, burritos, tortas, and tamales. Colorful, huge plates are heavily laden with accompanying beans and rice, packing comfort on a plate. The recent tacos Dorados were perfectly crisp pockets of flavorful chicken with heaping portions of sour cream and guacamole on the side—a lot of food, but nary a bite was left when it was all said and done. Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily.