Where to Eat in Ciudad Juárez

MISIÓN GUADALUPE Contemporary restaurant of new Mexican cuisine. Circuito José Reyes Estrada 445 MARIA CHUCHENA Gourmet Mexican cuisine in a tradicional Mexican restaurant. Avenida de la Empresa 3110 L-1 FRIDA’S Restaurant in honor of a great Mexican painter with a delicious menu of Mexican and seafood specialties. Triunfo de la República 2525 EL HERRADERO DE SOTO The biggest and juiciest steak you’ll find. Hermanos Escobar 2350 SHANGRI – LA Exclusive Cantonese restaurant. Avenida América 133 BARRIGAS Popular regional cuisine low-priced restaurant. Paseo Triunfo de la República 8450

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