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Old 08-25-2015   #1 (permalink)
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One Person's Take on PdC Best Restaurants

I enjoyed reading this blog and it has wonderful pictures! Lots of places I'm interested in trying now.
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I will hold on to this for reference. I only wish they would have given the location of all of the restaurants.
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Awesome! Some of these I've never heard of. Will save for future reference
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Lovely! Some of our faves and a few we haven't tried or heard of. Splendid compilation and photographs. I still vote for La Ceiba for best value in deliciously fresh food. The vegetarian burrito is the BEST. If they served adult beverages they'd be #1 on my list. Their smoothies are the bomb, but sometimes I miss a glass of wine or a cold cerveza.
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A Las Asada is a really neat little leafy-shaded outdoor taco restaurant with the 'Best Ambiance' in Playa (i.e., uncrowded outdoor shady-leaf dining) and a very good menu - SW corner of Calle 6 and Ave 35, right across the street from the entrance to Solexa (Solexa is the language school on the NW corner). The restaurant is one block west of the El Fogon that's on Ave 30 and Calle 6 Bis, so go one block west of Fogon on Calle 6 Bis (Calle 6 Bis looks like the little alley right next to the south side of Fogon), then cross the street to the Solexa sidewalk, then go half-a-block south to the SW corner of Ave 35 and Calle 6.

We need more of these little hide-a-away big-ambiance cozy spots. Open every day 8 AM to 8 PM (except closes 7 PM Sundays). Odd hours, and no specific breakfast menu, so I tried to explain that opening from 11 AM to 9 or 10 PM might be a better draw for the get-away tourist crowd - either that or think up a breakfast menu. They're thinking about it. I really like this (apparently) undiscovered place! Buen Provecho!
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Bumping an old post.

The link changed for anyone still looking. I'm not sure which of these places are still around, but they look like great options.

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