After Preview Night at SDCC, Niles’s Aunt Claudia came and picked us up and took us out to dinner to this awesome little joint called Lucha Libre Taco Shop. The line was long, but it moved fast, and they had already won my heart over with the clever signs, lucha masks everywhere, and a little thing on the menu called “Undefeated Seafood Burrito”. Grilled shrimp, cheese, shredded cabbage, pico de gallo, black beans… it was delicious. Not out-of-this-world creative, nothing over the top, just good solid ingredients, well made; plus a pretty extensive salsa bar as well. Niles had a few Undefeated Seafood tacos, and an Adobado taco, and we soaked in the luchador movie playing on the tv and the luchador photos everywhere. In all the busy hectic rush of Comic-Con, I didn’t get much of a chance to explore San Diego or eat at too many interesting places, but Lucha Libre Taco Shop was a hip and charming little oasis in an otherwise chaotic week.