Where to Eat in Ensenada

Next, we present a list of excellent restaurants located in the city. The specialties, like in any other harbor city, are the plates made with fruits of the sea. Given the size of this city, directions are not really necessary to arrive at the proposed places. MERCADO NEGRO Ensenada is home of the famous “fish tacos”, and the best place to try them are the tiny and neat “puestos de tacos” next to the Black Market. HUSSONG´S CANTINA Founded in 1892, this is the oldest cantina in the city and its original wood entrance still welcomes all of its clients. Also, it is the place where the world famous Margaritas were invented. MANGO MANGO This is an excellent place to enjoy local food accompanied by “norteña”, salsa and “merengue” music. EL MUELLE VIEJO This Family restaurant has more than 50 years offering the best in seafood. CASAMAR DE ENSENADA International recipes prepared with the freshest seafood. Blvd. Lázaro Cardenas # 987 Tel: (646) 174 0717 RANCHO VIEJO The finest variety of Mexican food. Av. Juarez #1098 Tel: (646) 174 0537 EL REY SOL The oldest French restaurant in Mexico, it has been open for more than 50 years. Blvd. Lopez Mateos con Blancarte Tel: (646) 178 1733 WINDJAMMER Elegant place where you can enjoy seafood, steaks and fish with the best service. Blvd. Costero con Delante Sources: Virtual Encyclopedia of Municipalities in Mexico (Enciclopedia Virtual de los Municipios de México), http://www.e-local.gob.mx Ensenada Website, http://www.portal-ensenada.com http://www.enjoymexico.net http://www.ensenadahoy.com

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