We tried the local food, and it was all interesting. There was a guest chef, and her food was the best. We had a corn soup which was amazing, guacamole with chapulines (that means grasshoppers), and a strange but interesting main dish with beef in a sauce that had ash in it. Very black and a bit gritty, but worth trying. They allowed us to taste mescals to pick the one we liked best, and they were served traditionally in gourd bowls. We'd like to try some of the other regional specialties.
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