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  1. Bisbee Gal

    Lobo de Mar

    Best tuna we've had in Mexico! And we try it everywhere, at least once. Excellent service, clean outdoor seating (under a great shade tree). Owner visited every table. Menu is mariscos. Tacos and tostadas with upscale twists, some Asian influences (the spicy sesame salsa is incredible). Various ceviches and aguachiles. Nice offerings of various bottled salsas and bowls of pickled onions, pico de gallo and cole slaw. The tostadas are square and hearty....I am guessing they are homemade or from an artisanal source. We had: Tuna sashimi tostada 55p. The tuna was in an Asian sauce with some avocado, onion and nori on top. The sesame/chili salsa served on the side is memorable. Pulpo tostada 52p. Only slight miss of the meal...the pulpo was just a tad chewy (but we have had far worse around town) Tuna arrachera taco 70p. A very healthy portion of ever-so-slightly seared tuna (what we'd call 'torched' in the US). Melt-in-your-mouth tender. Deep fried battered avocado taco 27p Nice clean fry on the battered avocado. Benefits greatly by adding the aforementioned fixins. Limon Carlota 40p Frozen tangy limon dessert layered with thin cookie crusts. House wine is 50p and agua mineral is 25p. Our lunch tab was 319p. I wish I'd had my phone to show the pretty platings and the full menu. Next time! You can go to their FB page for pictures taken by other guests. Lobo de Mar is on Javier Mina in Ajijic, just south of the carretera. All seating is outdoors, maybe 10 tables?? Open Tues thru Sun 12 to 6pm.
  2. Our little restaurant coffee has been closed since 30th november, we keep looking for a New space too keep making what we love, fresh food and serve you! We rr looking for a space, local, casita, garage or so, to reopen! Just let me know if you got something! Thank you! šŸ˜‰
  3. Please get your dancing shoes ready for Funky Finn's Grand Re-Opening Celebration! Music starts at 8:00pm Friday, July 6th at 8:0pm and the party will continue through Saturday night. All of the details are attached in the advertisement below. We look forward to seeing you Email: funkyfinns@gmail.com Phone: 3317911409 Address: 59 La Paz, San Antonio, 45922
  4. There is a new place to eat outside of Ajijic! Try La Guadalupana in El Chante. Going toward Joco, it's on the right side of the carretera before you get to the Farmacia Guadalajara. I've been there twice and our food was delicious and the service great! The building is absolutely beautiful! It also serves as an eventos. They are now service breakfast too. CLOSED ON MONDAYS. I hope you'll try it and enjoy it as much as we did!
  5. Willie

    Domenech

    Today we stopped by this restaurant and it was locked up, no sign about hours, days or closed for good! Anyone have any ideas about what is going on there?
  6. ValentineĀ“s Day is upon us again and El BarCo is making it easy to treat that special someone or yourself to an enjoyable evening of dinner and dancing. The night begins with wine by Sunset upstairs at the SkyBar, followed by dinner downstairs by the fire. Your three course dinner will start out with a caesar salad, your choice of salmon with rice & vegetables or Rib Eye steak with a baked potato & vegetables, followed by CupidĀ“s chocolate cake. Our ValentineĀ“s package includes dinner for (2) and (4) glasses of wine for $450 or split it all in half and join your friends for $225. Wine service begins at 5:00pm, with dinner at 7:00, and dancing after. Please RSVP at El BarCo or find us on Facebook to save your spot.
  7. Yesterday we had our second excellent and inexpensive meal at a just-opened restaurant/cafe/gallery in Ajijic Centro. We recommend it! Itā€™s located in the gardens of La PeƱa de Santos Rico Centro Cultural at Constitucion #16, between Colon and Castellanos (Corona), about a block from LCS. The folks at this family-run place help you feel right at home. The mom, Imelda Orozco, formerly chef at La Una, prepares classy traditional breakfast and dinner entrees between 8 and 5, every day except Tuesday. The lengthy drinks menu includes espressos, chai, fresh fruit smoothies and juices, beer (local Berber micro-brew!) and wine. The place is beautifulā€”warm colors on the walls of the covered terrace where we eat, comfortable chairs (which is a big plus for me), paintings and sculptures by local artists. Quiet jazzy music and a gurgling fountain. On the way out, we stopped in at Alejandro Garzaā€™s jewelry gallery and bought a nice bracelet.
  8. Restoran letter ch It invites you to visit their new restaurant concept We have monthly promotions and very affordable prices We accept cards and cash Lake view under a palapa reservations Ricardo Ibarra 3311172325 3310070216 Oscar Ibarra tripadvisor-facebook-googlemaps-instagram
  9. Well, I went to Hacienda del Lago to try their food for this season last Thursday; even though i had never gone to the place (new in town) I had heard a lot about the setting and they're food quality; however they also mentioned that it was quite expensive... so i went with a heavy wallet to try out. Pictures truly don't give this place any credit, it looks amazing in photos, i didn't expect it would look better in person: Amazing gardens and great ambiance in general. i was shown to my table by a very friendly and attentive guy, i don't recall his name but he serves as the waiter-bartender; hands down is the best service i've had so far in Ajijic, absolute KUDOS to that. When they handed the menu i was expecting very high prices, and i was surprised that they were pretty average to the area; the waiter told me that since they did a contemporary mexican menu, they could now offer better prices; as the past restaurant was french and the ingredients were more expensive. They offer a three course prix fixe for 290 pesos and it includes a glass of wine or a margarita; i had a margarita and a glass of wine too (well, why not haha) and they were pretty good, they kindly explained that they have an all mexican wine list. The house wine is really good (for 55 pesos) and the pours are really generous, so they got me in love right there. The menu offers plenty of options, and since all of the dishes in the menu are included in the Prix fixe you will have a hard time picking your dishes; i was between the duck confit in a red fruit mole and the arrechera steak with plantain puree and hibiscus mole, i ended up having the arrechera. For starter i decided to have 3 tacos from their gourmet taqueria of fish pastor. The tacos were amazing, i had tried pastor tacos before, but had never had fish pastor... Quite an interesting combination, they put grilled pineapple in them too, really nice. The arrechera was nice and tender, the mole was really good, i had never tried anything like this and was quite impressed. For dessert i had some homemade ice cream, they had tequila, mint and some other one that is made with a mexican candy and can't remember the name. They were really good, but as a comment, they should work on their dessert menu; as they only have a couple of options. We ended up our dinner with a fresh made french press and a coffee desert cocktail suggested by the waiter made from some spanish liquour... WOW! i have to go back just to ask what liquor is this as i don't remember and was fantastic. They also gave us some house made tequila infusions as a comp. they were pretty nice and unique. For sure we will be going back, i wan't to try that duck confit!
  10. Thanks so much to everyone who joined us on our opening day last Friday...we met over 60 of our neighbors and sold out of food. I really enjoyed meeting so many Facebook friends in person, and having so many people show up to sample our dishes<:} This Friday: We're serving our Barbecued Pork Ribs with a side of either Granny's Carolina Potato Salad or a cup of Sweet Potato Whip, $120 pesos. I've also made lots of Grandad's Georgia molasses pork and beans, at $65 pesos per half liter (vegetarian option too); Black-and-White chocolate mousse dessert cups $40 pesos, fresh squeezed berry limonade $15 pesos, and canned coke or diet coke $10 pesos. Please subscribe on the website to find out more, and receive an email containing the weekly menu, so you won't miss out on our specials such as tender beef brisket (pot roast) cooked overnight low and slow, served with foil-roasted baked potato, red wine gravy, and dinner roll. That's coming up on Friday the 30th...don't miss out! We're only open to the public one day a week so you can enjoy home-made dishes cooked from scratch with natural ingredients, prepared fresh from my old southern Pratt family recipes. Stop in every Friday from Noon - 5:00. We're located at #53 on 16th de Septiembre, just a block west of La Bodega on the mountain side of the street. Doors open at Noon. To place a guaranteed order via the website, go to ChefMiasYummyDelish.com. Hope to see you there!
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