Tacos & Tequila: An Afternoon in Tlaquepaque

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A nice afternoon in Guadalajara is composed of a quiet stroll in Tlaquepaque followed by an insanely big ceviche michelada, tequila tasting, and more tacos.

We arrived early in the afternoon to and took the requisite photos of the historical churches (and pigs).

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After snapping a few more shots of the area, it was time to drink. Our first stop was Puerto San Pedro which features michelada with a twist. For $4 I got lunch and a buzz.

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Relaxed, we stopped at for tequila tasting at. Buzzed, I picked up a bottle of extra anejo tequila for $100. Out of curiosity, I looked up the price when I got back to my hotel but could not find it online.

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From there, it was time for tacos. Only a couple blocks away is Tacos Tepeyac. For 100 pesos, we ordered 8 tacos. Al pastor was my favorite. Then it was time for a fat man’s nap.

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