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From chilaquiles to tlayudas and even something sweet, like a mezcal-blood orange sorbet, the destination has to be Destino. This restaurant inside the La Cosecha food hall has become the buzziest spot in Union Market for fresh and flavorful Mexican cuisine. Chef Robert Aikens has revamped the Destino menu for spring with some exciting new updates including a delicious new snack made with fresh Queso Oaxaca and topped with cacao and olive oil. Other highlights include Destino’s first ever veggie burrito. Be sure to sample the wide selection of Latin American wines, plus a tropical drink, like the Como La Flor, a boozy lychee colada.

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This recently revamped restaurant, formerly known as Las Gemelas Cocina Mexicana, remains one of the most lauded Mexican eateries in town. The space, located in La Cosecha, a Latin American food market, is now offering a full-service restaurant experience with modern interpretations of classic Mexican dishes from regions all across the country.

The deal: Whether you want tacos at brunch, lunch, or dinner, Destino has you covered for a dine-in experience that will transport you to Mexico. Both the lunch and brunch menu allows you to select one antojito, which are Mexican-style street dishes, plus a main, such as tortas or chilaquiles, and dessert options like chocolate flan. Meanwhile, for dinner, options include enchiladas, mole verde with egg noodles, and a quesadilla. The three-course brunch and lunch menus are $25, and the dinner menu runs for $40.

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