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La Reyna

Eclairs and Napoleons are just the beginning.  Did you know there is a shop in Ensenada that sells only fine French pastries?

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Deckmans? Definitely!

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vineyard views © erin dunigan 2013

I’ve been meaning to try Deckman’s – one of the seasonal ‘campestre’ pop-up restaurants that are making their mark on the Guadalupe Valley’s culinary scene – for quite some time. As it happened, last night was the night.

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La Cava de Marcelo - Cheese Cellar

Señor Sabrosisimo first learned about Cava de Queso about five years ago.  At the time, the person who told him said it was "a few hours from Ensenada", wow were they wrong.  It is only about 26 miles and a beautiful 40 minute drive.  If he had known how close it really was, he would have been many times before now.

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El Mirador

If you've driven to Ensenada on the cuota, you know how spectacular the coastline is along Salsipuedes Bay.  Salsipuedes means "get out if you can" in Spanish.

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Finca Altozano

Relax, enjoy some wine, savor some of the best food anywhere and take in the breathtaking scenery of the Valle de Guadalupe.  All this is just down the road from Route 3, the wine route.

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Tacos Fenix

Time and again, articles are written about the best fish tacos in Baja, and time and again, Tacos Fenix in Ensenada is on the list.

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