Since I arrived home from Dallas in the middle of the afternoon yesterday, I couldn't go to my usual church (Our Lady of Walsingham, which is an Anglican use church with a great liturgy).
The bus dropped me off downtown around 3:45, and I was originally planning to go to the cathedral at 5:30, but when I realized that would put me home around 8 PM I frantically started searching for alternatives within walking distance. I found out that there was a parish by the name of Holy Rosary about a mile away with a Mass at 5 PM. As I ran to the church I braced myself for the typical guitars and clapping of a late afternoon youth mass, but when I entered the nave about 5 minutes into the Mass, I heard Gregorian Chant. My biggest surprise came at communion time. I approached the head of line and as happily shocked to see a communion rail in use!
Incidentally, OLW both uses a communion rail and celebrates ad orientem. The 8:15 Mass also uses quite a bit of Latin as well.