If your image of Tijuana is donkey shows and narco wars, then you would be surprised to learn that while there are pockets of crime, poverty, and debauchery these are not representative of the city any more than Washington Park is of Chicago or Bourbon Street is of New Orleans. Tijuana has middle class neighborhoods and developments that wouldn’t look out of place in New York or Toronto, and many parts that are virtually indistinguishable from places just across the border in San Ysidro or San Diego. Paseo Chapultepec is one such place, and the restaurant Cabanna came highly recommended and did not disappoint. The chic decor and new takes on classic dishes was a bit of a metaphor for a city that is constantly reinventing itself. The Burrito Mar y Tierra was delicious, as was the Rib Eye Cabannero with a mole sauce… read more >
Should Beer Have a Head?
It is one thing to be a beerhead, and quite another to have a beer head. A beer’s head is the layer of foam on