- Griffin Swartzell
- Three Sisters' Picuris Pueblo.
Moving on, the frybread itself satisfies, substantial and non-oily. We try the Navajo ($8) and Picuris Pueblo ($8) taco options, noting that either is also available as a plate of nachos. We’re happy enough with the former — pinto beans, ground-beef chile, cheddar, lettuce, tomato and sour cream. But the latter gets rich, tender pork with a chili-lime sauce, plus posole, refreshing jicama slaw, cheddar and sour cream. For bright sauce, rich meat and a generally more satisfying bite, we’d order the latter again, but both will satisfy.