Take a walk through Guadalajara's foodie paradise, Santa Tere, and experience multicolored visions, mouth-watering smells, ancient flavors, and groundbreaking dishes in markets, restaurants, and street stalls.
About your host, Fernanda: "Born into a family of food lovers, I've spent my entire life eating my way around Guadalajara and know all the right places to go. Authentic Mexican food is vibrant, delicious, and fun. It tells a story that I'm proud to share!"
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Carne en su jugo
Meaty broth with chunks of beef and crispy bacon
Taco al pastor
Marinated strips of pork stacked onto a trompo (spinning top), which shape allows the fat and other juices to drip down onto the meat
Taco de cachete
Marinated beef cheeks, blue corn tortilla, cheese crust, roasted pineapple, roasted cambray onion and mashed avocados
Choose from five award-winning artisanal beers
Taco de birria
Prepared with either goat or beef that are marinated with roasted chiles, chocolate, bread crumbs, etc.
Uncooked corn dough filled with cheese and other ingredients and fried until it turns golden brown. Served with cream, cheese and green tomato sauce on top
Guadalajara's most famous dessert!
Made with fermented corn, this non-alcoholic drink has been consumed in Mexico for thousands of years
An interesting take on tortas ahogadas, filled with shrimp and octopus
Artisanal chocolate drink
The Aztecs believed cacao beans were gifts from the gods, and that's exactly what this hot or cold chocolate drink is!