Photo: Dan Costin
Ensenada · Valle de Guadalupe
Food + Drink
Ensenada | Latin America | Mexico | Baja | Ensenada | The Baja Peninsula
Poised on a lone hilltop with 360-degree views, La Villa del Valle occupies a handsome, two-story hacienda that was built in 2002 but looks as if i
This corner stand serves up the best fish taco ever. It’s a DIY affair: they give you the tortilla and double-fried nuggets of angelito shark, then
Mexico City native, Benito Molina started his career in Boston, working under Todd English at Olives, where he fell in love with the bold, direct f
Valle de Guadalupe | Latin America | Mexico | Guadalajara
Amid the orange groves at convivial Restaurante Los Naranjos, diners feast on spicy Guadalupe quail and slow-cooked pork shank marinated in tequila
Jair Téllez’s rustic farmstead is the valley’s answer to Napa’s French Laundry. Savor buttery diver scallops, seared bluefin tuna, and local roast
Chic new downtown restaurant with an olive tree–shaded terrace and an excellent wine shop.
Ensenada | Latin America | Mexico | Baja | The Baja Peninsula
On the boardwalk near the fish market, Benito Molina’s casual seafood joint has a daily changing chalkboard menu; come for mussels and local wine.
Tacky maritime interior; sublime oysters and seafood coctels (try the octopus).
Sabina Bandera has crafted complex and flavorful seafood cocktails and ceviches—pismo clam, sea urchin, octopus, mussels, and more—from her humble
Humble shop selling local cheese, wine, honey, olives, and jams.
Run by esteemed winemaker Hugo D’Acosta, who trained in Bordeaux.
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