Posts Categorized: Buen Provecho

Buen Provecho: Tras/Horizonte

Tras Horizonte

By Jennifer Kramer Kokopelli tacos has been a locals’ favorite in Tijuana for years. In true bootstrapping fashion, they started with humble beginnings as a street taco cart in 2012. Their gourmet tacos were a hit and they soon opened up a small permanent location—a place where hip Tijuanenses would go to nosh on gourmet tacos… Read more »

Adobe Food Truck

Adobe Food Truck

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com While the beloved boutique bed & breakfast and winery Adobe Guadalupe has been a favorite of Valle de Guadalupe insiders for years, there was one always one drawback – its exclusivity. There was no public tasting room or restaurant, so anyone who wasn’t staying at the hotel couldn’t get farther than… Read more »

Buen Provecho: Verde y Crema

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com One of the newer hot spots to hit the culinary scene in Tijuana is the understated but incredibly splendid restaurant, Verde y Crema. Owner Chef Jair Tellez is also responsible for bringing us us the acclaimed Laja in the Valle de Guadalupe so right away you know you’re in for a… Read more »

Buen Provecho: Claudius Viña y Bodega

Claudius Winery Rosarito Baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com While the Valle de Guadalupe takes all the fame and glory for being Baja’s wine region, some of the best wines I’ve ever tasted come from a winery in Rosarito (the only winery on Rosarito) called Claudius Viña y Bodega. Owner and winemaker, Julio Benito is a sixth generation winemaker whose… Read more »

Buen Provecho: La Justina

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com There’s no question that the cultural renaissance of northern Baja is being led by the chefs of Tijuana. A decade ago, the popular Avenida Revolución in downtown Tijuana was a rowdy scene of drunken gringos, zonkeys and cheap souvenir shops. With the decline of tourism over the past number of years,… Read more »

Buen Provecho: El Gaucho Argentino

El Gaucho Argentino Rosarito Baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com It’s true that there’s no shortage of authentic street food in Rosarito. You could feast for weeks off of the tacos, carnitas and mariscos. But when you need a break from Mexican food and you’re looking for a delicious meal with a different kind of latin flavor, it’s time to try… Read more »

Buen Provecho: Food Garden

Food Garden Tijuana TJ Baja Mexico

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com Nestled into the bustling Zona Rio neighborhood in Tijuana is a delightful space where artisan street food comes together with a casual but refined atmosphere. Food Garden, an urban street food garden complete with artisan food stalls and a seating area in the middle, is the first establishment of its type… Read more »

Buen Provecho: Finca Altozano

Finca Altozano Valle de Guadalupe Guadalupe Valley Baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com It’s no secret that Baja’s wine region, Valle De Guadalupe (Guadalupe Valley), has become a mecca for people seeking delectable wine and culinary excellence. Likened by many as the next Napa Valley, the region is rapidly growing into that title with a wealth of new boutique wineries and restaurants with acclaimed… Read more »

Buen Provecho: La Guerrerense

La Guerrerense foodcart Ensenada, Baja

By Jennifer Kramer www.bajatheothercalifornia.com It’s been called the most famous street cart in the world. Anthony Bourdain called it Michelin quality. Andrew Zimmern was rendered speechless when he tried the famous seafood. La Guerrerense, an unassuming little seafood street cart in Ensenada, has been featured by the likes of Rick Bayless, NatGeo, Travel+Leisure, the New… Read more »