The home of Ramona the Burrito Lady doubles as Marfa Burrito (Route 67 on the way to Chinati). She'll sell you whatever she's cooking for breakfast for less than $3.
You'll pay just a dollar to drink roasted-on-site coffee at the Brown Recluse.
On Friday nights, Borundas (113 S Russell St.; 432-729-8163) serves enchiladas made the right way with two eggs on top. When you're done, wander across the street to Ray's bar (née Joe's), where you can shoot pool with Chinati interns while swilling Shiner beer.
Maiyas offers food that's more big city than Big Bend (arugula, goat cheese, prosciutto).
Pizza Foundation's slices rival New York in thinness, but what you really want are the big, fresh, cheap salads.