Call it the little taqueria that could, Caganchos is here to play. Mario's Taco House stuffed its last burrito in November, then swiftly transformed into the bane of the smoking ban's existence: a tobacco shop. A walk-in humidor occupies the space where the kitchen once was; cigars take the place of carne asadas, and specialty cigarettes and loose tobacco reign supreme. The decor-rife with mounted heads and leather couches-calls to mind the stately studies of old money. In compliance with the new state law, which states that tobacco retailers cannot carry food or liquor licenses, Caganchos will offer drip coffee and espresso only. The perfect marriage of cigarettes and caffeine is sure to be a draw, but just in case, the shop will keep coffee prices below the dollar mark.
Average cost: <$10