5 Surprising Food Experiences in Guadalajara, Mexico

You can actually take a bite of the agave plant used to make tequila, during tours of the Jose Cuervo facility in the town of
You can actually take a bite of the agave plant used to make tequila, during tours of the Jose Cuervo facility in the town of Tequila, Mexico. 
Chef Maru Toledo and her "<a href="http://www.marutoledo.com" target="_blank">Mujeres del Maiz</a>" (Women of the Corn) prepa
Chef Maru Toledo and her "Mujeres del Maiz" (Women of the Corn) prepare dishes with pre-Hispanic roots in an isolated hill town outside of Guadalajara, Mexico. 
Kitschy religious decorations set the stage for tasty Mexican specialties at I Latina restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico.&nbsp
Kitschy religious decorations set the stage for tasty Mexican specialties at I Latina restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico. 
In a downtown Guadalajara neighborhood popular for its LGBT nightlife, the city's only self-described "gay taco stand" opens
In a downtown Guadalajara neighborhood popular for its LGBT nightlife, the city's only self-described "gay taco stand" opens up after dark for night owls. 
Mexican food is served beneath elegantly fake trees at Casa Luna restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico. You might want to try the
Mexican food is served beneath elegantly fake trees at Casa Luna restaurant in Guadalajara, Mexico. You might want to try the birria — a hearty goat stew — while here. 
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