We decided on this trip to eat at some new places, and this is one we're happy we did. We went on a Wednesday night, which was a stroke of luck, since they have live "bohemian" music on Wednesday evenings. Basically this meant a singer with a guitar singing ballads and love songs, and she was GOOD! Between the music and the candles on the tables, it felt cozy and warm and inviting.
My husband had the pierna de cerda, and I had pollo frito, both of which were quite good. The kitchen was out of several things, including shrimp, which limited the selection pretty significantly. The rice and beans served on the side were amazing. The mixed drinks were a little light on alcohol, but quite tasty.
The challenge of finding this place is that so few streets are labeled. Our way to get there - take Calle 13 (Miguel Hidalgo) east from the main drag (Benito Juarez). When you get to Blvd. Kino (the La Curva sign), make a hard left onto Guillermo Prieto. It's a fairly big restaurant, with a tall lighted sign on one side - you won't drive past it and miss it.
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