At Esparza's you can say "Adios!" to the boring old burrito. This quaint little cafe offers up some more "interesting" items on their menu, like the nopalitos appetizer: deep-fried cactus in a cornmeal batter. Ground ostrich is also offered in almost any form-tacos, tostadas, quesadillas, and even topped on nachos. Another dish you can't find at your neighborhood Taco Bell are the buffalo tostadas topped with jack cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, and guacamole. Esparza's also offers up an arsenal of varieties for lovers of tongue: beef, pork, venison, calf, lamb, or buffalo (but no ostrich tongue, alas). The glory of this place is that the prices are totally reasonable. The most expensive item is $12.95, but most of the items fall in the $9-11 range. That's a pretty sweet deal, cowboy!