Open Hours: 11a-10p Mon-Thu; 11a-midnight Fri & Sat
If you enjoy exotic places, the "Restaurant With No Name," is an excellent place to have breakfast or dinner, where your dining company will be ... More
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If you enjoy exotic places, the "Restaurant With No Name," is an excellent place to have breakfast or dinner, where your dining company will be peacocks that freely roam the patios and walkways. Situated on a beautiful terrace in the heart of Tlaquepaque's arts and crafts area, it is less than an hour's drive from Guadalajara. The makings of traditional Mexican cuisine are served here, delicious melted cheeses, guacamole, tortilla soup and prime beef cuts. Mariachi music sounds along throughout the day.
The owner, Felix, is a gracious host. He served us personally and invited us to stay after dinner and have free tequila all night. On the last night of our trip a group of us called Felix and he opened up the restaurant on a Sunday night just for us. The atmosphere is great and you've got to let Felix pick your food for you. I've eaten at many restaurants in GDL and this one is my favorite!
I have eaten here several times since the mid 70's last time was in 1982. Each waiter had only one table at the time and spoke at least 2 languages and ours played guitar and seranaded us during the whole meal. It may have changed over the years but my experiences have always been top notch. Service 5 stars, meal 5 stars, ambiance 5 stars.
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