This Gothic temple, dating from 1897, dominates the neighborhood thanks to its enormous stone columns, 15m-high mosaic stained glass...
West of the city center, where Avenidas Juárez and Federalismo meet, is shady Parque Revolución , which has become a haven for pierced...
Welcome to Guadalajara’s megaclub. Sure, it’s a gay venue, but straight guys and gals are just as welcome to join the party, which is...
Moneyed Guadalajara’s restaurant of choice is located in a renovated turn-of-the-20th-century mansion, where guests choose their cut of...
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Guadalajara’s favorite alta cocina (gourmet restaurant) establishment serves whimsical takes on classic dishes – think quesadillas sprinkled with rose petals and strawberry sauce, avocado-watermelon soup and giant prawns in lobster sauce with fried spinach. Decor is tastefully arty, with vintage bullfighting posters and folk-art crucifixes. Reservations are recommended.