B for breakfast— and burrito!

I once spent a very relaxed few weeks driving to the southernmost tip of Baja California, Cabo San Lucas. Every evening would end with a few too many Tecates; every morning would begin with chorizo, eggs and a warm, homemade flour tortilla. While you can find a good Mexican breakfast like this in just about any dusty little outpost in Mexico, they’re less ubiquitous in Midtown Sacramento. So it was a pleasant surprise to find the venerable Jalapeños on 21st Street (next to the equally venerable Zelda’s Pizza) under new ownership, with five breakfast burritos on its menu, along with the mainstay of almuerzo, huevos rancheros. Eggs and two cheeses are paired with ham, bacon or chorizo; healthy folks can opt for just eggs and cheese or the veggie version with potatoes, bell pepper, onion and cheese. Breakfast is served from 7 to 10:30 a.m., and at $2.00 for a burrito, you just can’t go wrong.