Adjoining the northwest corner of the Plaza de Armas is the Jardín Juárez, where the central gazebo (designed by tower specialist...
Capilla del Carmen
Near Jardín Juárez , this theater stages contemporary plays. A calendar of cultural events is posted at its entrance.
This sloped bar, which opens onto the bustling crowds of Galeana, serves up superb pozole (shredded meat and hominy in a delicious...
El Barco information
Lonely Planet review
This popular, no-nonsense joint specializes in Guerrero-style pozole, the all-curing Mexican version of matzo-ball soup. Heaping clay bowls are accompanied by fine oregano, mildly hot red chili, shredded lettuce, limes and chopped onions. Specify pollo (chicken) maciza unless you’d like your soup to include bits of fat, and especial if you enjoy avocado. For refreshment, there’s ice-cold beer, pitchers of agua de jamaica (hibiscus water) and top-shelf tequilas.