Posts Tagged: food

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 »

Newly Opened: The Point at Calafia

The Point Restaurant Calafia Hotel Baja

UPDATE JANUARY 2015: THE POINT IS NOW CLOSED. CALAFIA RESTAURANT HAS TAKEN OVER THE SPACE AND SERVES DRINKS AND FOOD. A new restaurant, The Point, has opened up at the historical Calafia Hotel. There’s an outdoor patio and an indoor space, all with views overlooking the ocean. We popped in for happy hour (which actually… Read more »

DBTC Staff Peninsula Picks: Baja Food

When Thanksgiving comes around, we can’t help but think about food all the time. Here are some of our favorite Baja foods that we can’t get enough of when we’re on the peninsula, and dream about when we’re not. ¡Buen provecho!   “Chile rellenos. My favorites are the ones at Los Pelicanos in Rosarito.” -Carol… Read more »

DBTC Dinner Club at Romesco

We had a lovely night with DBTC staff and members at Romesco in Bonita. Highlights of the evening were the mango margaritas, lengua tacos, shrimp fries and the decadent dessert online pharmacy usa samplers that Romesco gave us for free. Hope you can join us at the next DBTC Dinner Club at Las Olas in… Read more »