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The banquet is served, the highlight of the season arrives; the fourth edition of La Foodie Mx Magazine and the last one this year. We are ready to share with you how you can close with a flourish a year that has given us hope and faith to move forward.


Café Frontera

What’s new in Rocky Point is a restaurant with its 100% Arabica specialty coffee with kosher certification, grown in areas with an estimated 1,300 meters above sea level from Mexico and Colombia.

Cielito Lindo

Forget the stress of daily life having breakfast from the terrace of Cielito lindo with a spectacular view of the Sea of Cortez.

¡The Best of Street Food!

Eat something: The tough guys from Venezuela have arrived in Puerto Peñasco. On the way to the Malecón just before the popular Cerro de la Ballena starts, you will find this little Venezuelan corner where you can enjoy authentic Venezuelan food. Served directly by its owners.

El Tapeo

The perfect place to meet friends, have tapas and drink a wine from a boutique vineyard in the Guadalupe Valley, we know well that the tapas has the largest cellar in the port but giving a bonus to this they have wines from the most prestigious Mexican houses to the smallest with their extremely exquisite wine creations.

«With the meat and the product you cannot lie. So we seek to break the rules of what they tell us that a barbecue kitchen should be and show that there is much to discover about the greatness of our ingredients »

Chef: Javier García

There is always something new to discover, try and experience. Deep down, I think we are all foodies.

Manager: Saralí

They say that gardens look best when created by loving gardeners. The same goes for the kitchen. I only cook for the people I love.


Foodie: Lía

Congratulations on the content of your magazine and the good recommendations of the different places, without a doubt it is the magazine that every Foodie will always be grateful for.

Happy client: Diego