A burger is the last thing you'd expect to find at a Tex-Mex place, but then again, the Last Concert Cafe (1403 Nance, 713-226-8563) isn't your typical Mexican joint, and its tostada burger ($7.25) isn't your typical hamburger. It starts out traditionally, with the standard lettuce, tomato, pickles, mustard and ketchup, but then it gets decidedly funky with the addition of a thick layer of delicious, spicy refried beans and some crunched-up tortilla chips. The result is a hamburguesa with a decidedly Tex-Mex taste.
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