I'm a connoisseur of Birria. I always order it if I see it on a menu. Each place does it a little different and this place gets a full 5 stars! Typically, you have two options for birria at Birrierias. Style # 1, bowl of piping hot broth and meat or style #2, called Seca (spanish for "dry"), meat is strained from its broth and served on a plate with rice and beans. I've had both but prefer seca and this review is for birria seca. This birrieria gives you a generous portion (I shared with my dad and my BF and I was still crazy full after cleaning my plate!) of goat and serves up rice and beans on the side. Served with fresh, handmade tortillas, your choice of corn or flour...I always get flour and the BF always gets corn... best of both worlds. Chopped onion and cilantro, and lime wedges on the side finish off this perfect dish and allow for supreme table top-taco making. I recommend asking for some broth on the side for sipping and dipping tacos in.