To get a kick in the taste buds from across the border, head over to Hugo’s for some Mexican style fine dining. The flavors can go from light and fresh to more complex seasonings, but you’ll have a good time in the process of figuring out which one works for you. If you’re lucky enough to catch the Saturday brunch special, we hear the Queso Flameado — packed with wood grilled steak, onions, mushrooms and rajas — is a great dish to start you off on the huge variety of options they have on the menu. For a more morning-appropriate meal, the Caballeros Pobres, which is Mexican French toast, is a good option and comes with a fruit salad. Sounds like a pretty balanced breakfast to us.