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Rosario's Restaurant Review: We have to hand it to Rosario’s: the joint's color-soaked (and art accented) interior is in perfect synch with its sonic surroundings. Some people can tolerate the quasi-punishing, peak-times noise level, while others seek off-hour lulls to sample quesadillas of chorizo and potato from the antojitos list. Some usual suspects, such as chicken with mole, appear on the dinner menu, but this is one of the few places in town to sample sweetbreads, battered, pan-grilled and served with salsa ranchera. The parilla de tripas can be had on its own or as part of a platter that also includes the sweetbreads and stewed pork skins. Less challenging options include a classic chile relleno with beef, raisins and potato, or a seafood offshoot with fish, shrimp and white wine sauce. Sopa de pozole, populated with diced pork, hominy and shredded cabbage, is appreciated by all, as is Angelica’s ceviche fino, heavy on the oregano. Coconut flan conquers all at dessert time.