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Regional food fest in city center

The Fourth Encuentro Regional de Comida Tradicional y Popular Jalisco (Traditional Regional Cuisine) will set up in the plaza facing the Instituto Cultural Cabañas from Friday, February 24 through Sunday, February 26. Organizers say this is a good opportunity for people to learn  how to prepare representative dishes from Jalisco and nine other western Mexican states – some of the dishes are in real risk of disappearing, organizers say. Dozens of booths will be showcasing a large selection of foods, while free tastings are offered each day from 2-4 p.m.

Jardin de Ninette: Eurozone menu, Paris-trained chef

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Traditional city restaurant carves out niche based on longtime owners’ personal touch

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Avocado Club Restaurant: second story, first class

Avocado Club is a recent endeavor. But you’d think it had a longer, more charismatic history, based on its sophisticated and creative menu, which seems to demonstrate how to introduce curious new dishes and give standard entrees new flavors and textures.