This was one of my first and favorite local markets when I moved to the area. They make their own tortillas right there (and you can catch them fresh & warm frequently). They also make their own fresh tortilla chips that you cannot find at any grocery chain.
The meat market section of the store is in the back and to the right. It is very reasonable and has a variety that you will also not find at any chain store. My preference is the marinated meats. You can get fajitas chicken, marinated and ready to go for only $1.99 lb (last time I checked). They also have other marinated meats which are also good. But, they offer specialty pieces at about half of the cost. Usually, oxtail's run about $2.99 lb, and in retail stores will cost you about $4.99 lb and up. Plus specialty chorizo and cheeses etc.
Now, for the bakery section. Just so you know, you grab a metal tray and tongs, use the tongs to pick up your selections and place them on your tray, then I usually put the tray in the cart or carry it to the front. You leave the tongs there in the back, they have some at the register. This advice will help you if you are not familiar with the process and want to look like you know what you are doing.
My favorites, flan of course. And they have a cheesecake type bar and a bread pudding type bar, all good for me. But, a favorite has to be a toasty roll that has some cream cheese and jalepenos inside with some sesame on top. I usually find these on the baker rack, they usually get snatched up so fast.
They have hot food also, but there is a new cook, and I really enjoyed the previous cook, and nothing can compare so I am not going to comment on the hot food, you will have to check it out for yourself if you wish.
Overall, a great place for Mexican style cooking and eating, yummy in your tummy!