You’re at that in-between point where you have an equal need for your bed and for food. Roberto’s is the perfect place to stop by and get takeout to bring back to your hotel, because the food is great and their burritos can stand up to a little travel time. There are also a ton of locations around town, which means you’re usually never very far from one. One thing you should definitely order and then eat immediately in the car, though, are the carne asada fries that we’ve considered taking to the next drive-through chapel, or at least serving at our wedding. Make sure you take advantage of the salsa bar before you leave and definitely don’t miss the escabeche.
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