Where to Eat in La Paz

RESTAURANTE BAR EL TECOLOTE Located on the beach, El Tecolote has 40 huts and an event hall with a capacity of 300 guests. The house specialty is “pescado zarandeado”, it’s a way of preparing the fish on a grill, also stuffed clams and mixed cocktail. Carretera a Pichilingue km 27.5 en Playa Tecolote Phone (612) 122 0672 LAS BRISAS DEL MAR International cuisine restaurant, located on the dock, and it offers rib and steak as its specialty. Álvaro Obregón y Colegio Militar Phone (612) 123 5055 BISMARK A great sea food restaurant of great tradition. The main dish is the shrimp stuffed steak. Altamirano y Degollado Phone (612) 122 4854 BISMARK-CITO It’s the newest Bismark branch. Its cooking is focused on a more modern cuisine, such as seafood tacos, this restaurants trademark. Álvaro Obregón s/n frente al Malecón Phone (612) 128 9900

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