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The essence of the fusion may be found in the housemade phorrito sauce, which seemed to go well with just about everything. Made with beef broth, hoisin, sriracha and lime, it's obviously not vegetarian. Vegetarians have numerous flavoring options however, including a mango pico de gallo ($1), a red hot sauce ($1) and a green tomatillo hot sauce ($1), not to mention great housemade guacamole ($1 extra, or $2.25 for a side) and tortilla chips to enjoy it with. The lone dessert, for those who still have room, is churros with caramel sauce. MexiPHO offers Barefoot wine ($4.75), domestic ($3.50) and imported ($3.75) beer, and even Patron Margaritas ($7) and vodka-infused green teas ($7). It even makes its own lemonade. A daily happy hour from 3 to 6 p.m. is being contemplated.