Guadalajara eats.

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Chorizo omelet and tacos from La Chata, a local favorite. There are typically lines out the door, so I recommend visiting in between normal meal hours.

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An assortment of fried tacos. My favorite was the potato taco… CARBS.

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Pretty fruit plate at Chai for breakfast.

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The complimentary bread for a table of six.

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Waffles and huevos rancheros sin queso.

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Pollo in a curry-like sauce at La Gorda, a local chain restaurant.

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Fresh corn tortillas. 

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A quick American bite at the hotel before the wedding.

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The bride and groom hosted a breakfast at the hotel the morning after the wedding. After dancing and drinking all night, and partially into the morning, this was a much-anticipated event. Thank you, Karla y Gerardo for having us!

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Just outside of the historical district of the city, we discovered an amazingly authentic and delicious Italian restaurant in the more “hip” part of town (streets full of American-style bar and grill restaurants). Restaurant Italia Mia had the most delicious pasta and most hospitable staff. If you have a chance to visit the area, I highly recommend this restaurant. 

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The most beautiful spaghetti marinara in all the land.

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Last, but not least, after finding Restaurant Italia Mia the night before, I felt inspired. Without expecting much, I started my search for Korean food in Guadalajara, and to my surprise, we found a pretty authentic little restaurant, Gami, about a mile and a half outside of the central historical district. I ordered my beloved Soon DuBu and though I wasn’t blown away, I was still impressed that I was eating Soon DuBu in Guadalajara. Mexico. 

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