Last updateFri, 14 Dec 2018 4pm

Guadalajara restaurant up for top awards

Lula Bistro, Guadalajara’s fine dining spot run by Irish chef Darren Walsh and his wife Clara, has been nominated by Travel and Leisure Mexico for two Gourmet Awards.

How to make the perfect coffee

Ever wondered how to prepare the ideal cup of coffee? If so, good news: Coffee expert and Guadalajara resident Rudy Reteig has released a booklet detailing the best methods of roasting, grinding and brewing those beans.

Good grub at new takeout joint

Mia Pratt and Peter Tarwid recently opened I Love My Sugardaddy Barbecue Takeout in Plaza Montaña on the highway in Ajijic. If you know anyone who’s tried their food, then you’ve heard how good it is.

Goa spreads Indian cuisine to second location

For seven years, the tiny Guadalajara restaurant Goa has been beckoning customers in from Lopez Cotilla near Chapultepec with its vibrant multicolored lamps hanging from its vibrant yellow porch and of course its vibrantly seasoned northern Indian cuisine.

Dining Out: Bringing back the golden oldies

Malted milkshakes, root beer floats, cherry cokes, Philly cheese steak, chili dogs. These are the things that make your taste buds salivate over a certain era — when Dwight D. Eisenhower was president and cholesterol wasn’t on the radar.

Arty Cafe in Zona Rosa

How encouraging it is to see a flurry of new art-oriented cafes, bistros and gourmet restaurants sprouting up in the city, now that Guadalajara has been designated “the cultural capital of the Americas.” La Mata Tinta, a great new bistro recently opened its doors to a standing-room-only crowd Wednesday. This is an off-shoot of the flagship operation in Tlaquepaque at La Parian, where they have curried experience catering to exquisite tastes for the last eight years.