On a recent windy and rainy NYC night, Nick and I ventured out to one of our favorite restaurants, Fonda, run by one of our favorite friends, Roberto Santibañez. With locations in both Brooklyn and Manhattan (this time we ate in Manhattan), Fonda’s food is unbeatable. And the low-light and primarily red decor is both exciting and relaxing...but makes available-light photography somewhat of a challenge. Fortunately a nearby diner took out her iPhone and afforded an opportunity. What we ate: tortilla soup, pozole, carne guisada, albondigas/köttbullar (Roberto’s recent Mexican take on Swedish food; came with lingonberry-chipotle sauce), yellow rice, black beans. No room for dessert this time. Always so good.