Business is great at C. Señor, the Cuban sandwich stand in the Bishop Arts District, as long as the weather is nice. Owners Hal Dantzler and Tony Alvarez, who are also partners in Hattie’s, are working to figure out a solution to their bad-weather-day woes. Since the food stand, formerly El Padrino taquería, has no bathrooms, they are restricted from creating a covered outdoor eating area. But they are thinking about starting curb-side service — phone in your order, and they will run it out to your car. And they would like to improve the adjacent city-owned pocket park to benefit their customers. Even when the weather is frightful, though, C. Señor is worth a trip. The menu is small — a pressed Cuban sandwich, a beef-and-chorizo burger and three other sandwiches: fried mahi, Portobello, and turkey with cream cheese and jalapeño jam. Any sandwich can be ordered as a taco, too. The stand also serves Cuban coffee and yucca fries, which you definitely should order.
330 W. Davis
Ambiance: Food stand
Price range: $2-$8.50
Hours: Monday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Did you know?
The old Oak Cliff streetcar ran right through this plaza, and the red sculpture there pays tribute to it.