The culinary scene in Tijuana has steadily become one of the most interesting ones in Mexico. Tijuanenses are serious about their food and the diversity in the culinary options of the city is just an example of how far they are willing to go to satisfy their palates. You can find urban gastronomy on one hand and auteur dishes on the other, also, craft brew pubs, food carts, chic rooftop decks, food halls, trendy coffee houses and a plethora of restaurants with ground-breaking chefs.
Baja Med restaurants, with their exquisite seafood dishes, have been attracting foodies from around the world, so has Ensenada and Valle de Guadalupe, a “Mexican Napa Valley” only an hour and a half away from Tijuana, with wineries and restaurants that have been getting serious attention from experts around the world.
Of course the wines from Valle de Guadalupe are going to be present in NewCity. Seasoned wine-lovers have been coming to Baja to enjoy the wines produced by wineries such as Monte Xanic, Villa Montefiori, Viñas de Garza and Vena Cava, among many others. Baja California produces nearly 70% of Mexico’s wines, which are creative and delicious. The Park will feature a wine bar with the best wines from the region, so you can try them without having to leave the plaza.
For the more adventurous guests, The Park will also have a speakeasy, a modern version of a Prohibition-era bar, where delicious cocktails will be prepared.
Telera bread (bun) passed through the grill, mayonnaise, marinated meat, tomatoes, purple onion, lots of avocado and chile de árbol. These are the ingredients of a Wash Mobile torta.
Mouthwatering isn’t it?
There’s a new audience interested in implementing a different lifestyle by practicing a vegan diet. At Vexican Grill you will find the best tacos, sopecitos, enchiladas, tortas and many other traditional Mexican food.
A unique proposal from the Chef Arturo Galvez, well-known for his vegan lifestyle and for being the owner of Tury’s vegan restaurant.
at the Park