first and second post in my ¡Baja Delicioso! series, but hey, better late than never. Just a reminder of what this series is all about. From July 16-July 18, 2009, Bill Esparza of Street Gourmet LA fame arranged a food and wine media trip with and graciously sponsored by the Tijuana Visitors and Convention Bureau along with the support of the Crossborder Business Associates, Cotuco (Tijuana Tourism Board) and the Tijuana Canirac (Tijuana Restaurant Association). My first two write-ups were about our first night in Tijuana. The next 2 or 3 posts will feature what we did, saw and ate just on our second day, which started bright and early with a Tijuana City Tour.
by clicking here. Even from 2008, those churros stuck in my head and when I found out we were making a brief stop close to that churro stand, I knew I had to get some. This particular churro stand is tucked within a recess of a wall in downtown Tijuana and unfortnately, I can't remember where it's located exactly.
Tijuana City Tour Website
La Villa del Tabaco
Avenida Revolucion 868
Zona Centro, Tijuana
Mariscos El Mazateno
Calzada Tecnologico,No. 473-E
Click Here to See the Photos of the Entire Trip!
- Introduction and the Ultimate Carne Asada Taco at Tacos El Poblano
- The History of Mariachi and Late Night Mariachi at La Vuelta
- TJ City Tour, Cuban Cigars, Chili Shrimp Tacos and Churros<
- From Spain to Argentina to My First Taste of Baja Med Cuisine
Disclaimer: Sponsored by the Tijuana Visitors and Convention Bureau along with the support of the Crossborder Business Associates, Cotuco (Tijuana Tourism Board) and the Tijuana Canirac (Tijuana Restaurant Association). This sponsorship took the form of these organizations paying for our travel arrangements, our hotel accomodations and all our meals.