Named for Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, Frida Bistro is the upscale restaurant from Rico Mexican food products founder Jorge Fierro. Step into the sleek space with lime-green and fuchsia walls, craft-paper-covered tables (with linen napkins) and be prepared to be wowed. An artichoke, cheese and asparagus tamale steamed in a banana leaf is wonderful. Presented like a gorgeous painting on a plate, it is moist and light, nicely paired with tomatillo and avocado salsa and a side of frijoles ranchero—pinto beans with a chunk or two of pork belly. Tender shredded chicken cooked in mole negro is equally impressive: sticky, sweet and savory, served with tiny blue-corn tortillas.