Palacio de Gobierno
The Palacio de Gobierno, which houses state government offices, was finished in 1774. It’s open to the public – just walk in – and it’s...
Plaza de Armas
The Plaza de Armas, on the south side of the cathedral, is a sweet place to rest and absorb the surrounding history. Frequent free...
Museo de Arte Sacro de Guadalajara
A recent addition to the city's museums, this pious collection is bivouacked quite appropriately inside the cathedral (the entrance is...
The dark marble courtyard bar at this hotel encourages you to relax back into another era, where waiters in bow ties treat you like a...
A 1950s-era cafe that is open all day, but best for a huevos rancheros breakfast (fried eggs on a corn tortilla with a tomato, chili...
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La Chata information
Quality comida típica (home-style food), affordable prices and ample portions mean this family diner has an omnipresent queue. Fortunately, hard-working waitstaff keep the crowds moving quickly, plus you'll be happily distracted watching the energetic chefs spin tortillas as you wait in line. The specialty is the superb platillo jaliscense (fried chicken with five sides); it also serves a popular pozole (hominy soup).