Shiny, large Mexican grocery with a bakery and restaurant attached.
One of the newest and largest Mexican groceries, Sin Fronteras operates like conventional supermarket, with buffed floors, neat aisles and a barcode scanner. What it lacks in color, it makes up with vast stock of dried and canned goods, an attractive meat counter that spans one end of the store and maybe the largest vegetable section among area Mexican groceries, where you'll find the likes of nopal (cactus pads), chayote squash (mirlitons to South Louisianans), fava beans and long cuts of raw sugar cane. A full-scale bakery is next door. Beer.