On Saturday, we headed to the Domain to return some things, buy some watches, and grab a bite to eat. We ended up being about 75% successful, as we accomplished everything but a watch for me. However, today's story is about the food. On the recommendation of a friend, who visited Austin recently, we decided to try Gloria's Latin Cuisine. Gloria's has been described as a Salvadorian/Tex-Mex restaurant. We were lucky in that we got to the Domain pretty early and we were able to be seated right away. It was a chic restaurant with a neat waterfall type wall at the bar. Upon sitting, we were served chips, salsa, and black beans. The chips were the perfect level of crispy and salty. The salsa was thick, but not chunky, with a bit of a kick to it. Even the refried black beans were done to perfection. After serving us our iced tea, our waitress gave us plenty of time to browse the extensive menu. Mike selected the breakfast burrito with chorizo and I got my old favorite tacos al carbon. Mike's burrito came with a side of seasonal fruit and he said the burrito was delicious. My plate had 3 tacos, rice, refried beans, and guacamole. My tacos were yummy and kept me full for the rest of the day. Gloria's was a great choice and we will definitely be going back to taste more items from the menu.