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El Tucumano

Tucked away one block from Avenida Revolucion in central Tijuana is El Tucumano, an Argentinian Bistro with a variety of tasty empanadas.  They offer so many types of fillings that they place a guide on the table to help diners tell which ones are each type.

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Cervezaria Frontera

Just across the river from the Via Rapida in Tijuana is Cervezaria Frontera, a craft brewery that specializes in making artesanal ales.  Currently available in restaurants and at the brewery, their brews are full bodied and rich-tasting.

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Rodriguez Dam

On the way to visit the Cervezaria Frontera in Tijuana, Señora Adora says "I want to take the long route and see the Rodriguez Dam."  Well, OK, here we go.  What we found surprised us.

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Rancho Cortes - Artesanal Cheeses

You may have seen cheese in the markets with a Rancho Cortes label.  Did you know that you can visit the ranch and see the cheese being made?

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Macroplaza Insurgentes

When driving from Rodriguez Dam to Cervezaria Frontera, Señor Sabrosisimo and Señora Adora passed through a new commercial district with a large shopping mall.  Neither had heard anyone mention this area at all.  A couple of weeks later, Sr. S. decided to check it out.

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Asao

 Less than 100 feet from the imposing and rusting US border fence in Tecate is a hotel and meeting complex called Santuario Diegueño.  Señor Sabrosisimo recently attended a meeting there at their signature restaurant, Asao.  The experience was excellent.

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Mariscos Titos

Eat where the locals eat and you will never go wrong.  On many visits to Mariscos Titos, they have always been packed with locals.

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