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Man cannot live on margaritas alone, so when cocktail hour turns the corner to mealtime, Chago’s offers a refreshingly inventive roster of south-of-the-border-inspired dishes drawn from chef-owner Chad Head’s imagination and his life in San Diego. In addition to the predictable repertoire of enchiladas, quesadillas, burritos and taquitos, there is a handful of surprises, including shrimp-and-fish ceviche served with plantain chips; spicy wings with pineapple, tamarind or banana glaze; street tacos; and pineapple stuffed with chicken, steak, pork or shrimp. While Chago’s has a cheap and cheerful cocktails-on-the-patio vibe, the atmosphere is equally welcoming to young children and college students. A kids menu of $3 and $4 plates, and festive agua fresca made with crushed strawberries, mint, lime and soda water, put an endearing family-friendly face on a hip hangout.

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