There are some places you can just tell are going to be amazing ... you walk in the front door, a couple of smiling faces greet you from behind the register, a bowl of jalapeños and secret fiery-goodness salsa are on the counter, and there's a hot grill loaded with marinated carne al pastor kicking up an intoxicating aroma. It's the place you go for some hole-in-the-wall Mexican food, some tickle your taste buds magic, some "damn does-my-mouth-taste-good-two-hours-later" GRUB ... and it's all at a mystical place called Apache's. The Good Grub took the tour with our GRUB-buddy Bobby B., a man who's been enjoying this glorious Grubbery ever since his house was footsteps from belly enjoyment. A glance up at the menu makes the ordering pretty simple ... there's only a handful of items displayed up on a "little-league-photo-board" ... you know, the black board with movable white letters ... the kind where the two littlest kids hold it up and give the widest most awkward smiles a little kid could produce. And trust us, those carefully selected items that are up on that board are simply amazing. You could chow down on some frijoles de la olla or "beans from the pot" ... I don't exactly know why, but the translation makes it sounds extra yummy ... and they are. But today we got the "Bobby Special" a carne and bean burrito, a carne taco, a carne sope, and this strawberry horchata type drink that I would have downed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner ... or desert ... or afternoon tea. Each of the trifecta was amazing. For one reason or another the meat is referred to as "charcoal" on the menu ... so do as I did, go out and buy twenty bags of Kingsford ... now ... because this stuff is unreal. It's ultra juicy and tender and bursting with flavor, the kind of meat where it feels like every bite was the last piece to fall from the bone. The tortillas are amazing, thick and rich but somehow light and fluffy ... just the perfect combination to hold the magic meat, cilantro, onions, and the aforementioned secret fiery-goodness salsa. But all this is prelude to the sope. Never had a sope before? Let us break it down ... it starts with a fried "looks-like-a-miniature-kiddie-pool" but "tastes-like-Christmas-mixed-with-your-birthday" shell, and gets loaded up with savory beans, chunks of meat, and topped with shredded lettuce, a slice of tomato, and the cherry on top ... some sharp cojita cheese. Seriously, I finished this amazing plate of GRUB and immediately wanted round two ... badly. And that my friends is the sign of some Good Grub, and better yet, the sign you just experienced Apache's ... an experience like none other.