The same good old Zumo. But a whole new crowd.

The same good old Zumo. But a whole new crowd.

It’s been happening for a few years now. The decline of 50+ expats out on the town. And their rapid replacement by 20+ nationals. But I really noticed it on Sunday. First, on the streets of Centro. And then at lunch at one of our favorite San Miguel restaurants....
Sushi a la Mexicana. A feel-good foodie flick.

Sushi a la Mexicana. A feel-good foodie flick.

My latest foodie film recommendation came from an unlikely source. My friend Dilia Suriel is a living, breathing version of IMDb when it comes to recommending movies, especially those little sleepers that often slip by unnoticed. But this was a film about sushi and...
A local red wine takes on a couple of the world leaders.

A local red wine takes on a couple of the world leaders.

I had lunch at Terruño, the restaurant at local San Miguel winery, Tres Raíces, a few weeks ago. On my way out, I bought a bottle of one of their reds, their Tempranillo. It was a significant…no, make that very significant…purchase. It was the most...
San Miguel’s favorite restaurant. One year later.

San Miguel’s favorite restaurant. One year later.

It was our anniversary. Our first anniversary. An entire year since we had eaten dinner indoors at a restaurant. So, where to go? Actually an easy choice. We’d simply go to the restaurant that’s been San Miguel’s favorite for four of the last five years. And the last...
The fave of Instagram foodies is a San Miguel staple.

The fave of Instagram foodies is a San Miguel staple.

The fever started in L.A. Then, with a boost last month from Eric Asimov in the New York Times, it became a frenzy.  I’m talking about birria. And you’re excused if you don’t know what I’m talking about. Because birria may be, not only the most unrecognized, but also...
New book celebrates the cuisine of Mexico City.

New book celebrates the cuisine of Mexico City.

“Some residents of Mexico City have roots there that date back generations; others have come more recently from places as far-flung as tropical Chiapas or remote villages on the Isla Guadalupe, an island off the southwest coast. Whether from a region best known for...
Got a friend with a car? Tell them about Tres Raíces.

Got a friend with a car? Tell them about Tres Raíces.

I did a count today. There are now eleven wineries within an hour of San Miguel de Allende that welcome visitors. Five more if you add a few more minutes to the journey. Pick up a copy of the state government’s “Rutas del Vino de Guanajuato” and you might be tempted...

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