We first swung by La Unica Bakery at 4606 N. Main St. on a whim a few weeks ago and were pleased with the springy, buttery choncas we sampled.
But there were six other cases of baked goods in the place, and some savory lunch options, so stopped again last week and grabbed a gordita with barbacoa, a taco with chicharron and a taco with chicken, plus two dessert empanadas.
Toss in a bottled water, and we barely broke $8 for all that. Not bad.
The feel of the place is quirky. Four counter seats look out on a dirty, under-construction strip of North Main. Behind them sit two high-tops and plenty of open floor space. It's the sort of place where every bill you're handed from the register has flour and sugar on it.