“Tapatios,” natives of the city of Guadalajara, will feel right at home at El Birotazo. The owners hail from the “City of Roses,” and the walls are adorned with memorabilia from the city’s most popular soccer club, Chivas de Guadalajara. The torta ahogada, or drowned sandwich, is to Guadalajara what the cheesesteak is to Philadelphia. It’s made with pork stuffed into a crunchy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside sour roll called a bolillo. The entire sandwich is then immersed in spicy chile de arbol salsa, and sometimes the inside of the bread is spread with a light coating of refried beans. Swimming in a pool of salsa, the sandwich is served with lime and onions, which are marinated in an even spicier salsa. The original torta ahogada packs a picante punch, perfect for remedying a head cold or a rough hangover, but the heat level can be adjusted upon request.