Caesar’s Tijuana Review

//Caesar’s Tijuana Review

Caesar’s Tijuana Review

Caesar’s Tijuana
Av. Revolución 1059, Zona Centro, 22000 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico
Home of the Caesar Salad
Stars:
Overall          4
Food             4
Ambiance     5
Service         4
For those that don’t know it the Caesar salad was born in Tijuana in 1934 at this very spot that exists today.   It’s a great story and well worth looking up on Google.
Meanwhile, the restaurant is pure nostalgia from the days of US prohibition , when Americans flooded across the border for a Tijuana cocktail.
Located at what was the “tenderloin” a few years back, this section of Revolution has become a hotbed of new restaurants and shopping, and yes the occasional Zebra painted horse.
Highlights of the menu, the Caesar salad made tableside, Bone marrow in tall bones with a veal demi, Octopus and a fantastic array of Mexican wines.
The interior is old world wood paneled, dim lights, a 30 seat long bar and the music vintage Sinatra and the big bands.
Tijuana is a special place with food that rivals New York , Chicago and Los Angeles.  Each week, I’ll bring you a different Latin destination!
By |2019-02-22T14:22:40+00:00February 22nd, 2019|Where Steve Eat's|0 Comments

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