How could you not want to stop by and visit the “Midnight Sun”? We are very glad we did, and we recommended this stop at the Ruto del Vino if you are wine tasing in the valle de guadalupe. Tastings are free, and the service is friendly. They have a decent selection of cheese and wine available for tasting, as well as fresh bread, oil, and spreads that are great to go.
The La Fonda Mexican Restaurant was totally going off, and they had a pretty decent spread of a food including a custom omelet station. We weren’t hungry enough for the all you can eat buffet, so we sat at the bar that overlooked the ocean and ordered ceviche and tequila neat. It was well worth the brief stop on the way home. I would definitely do brunch there in the future.
Inauguration festivities for the “fiestas de la vendimia” combine wine and restaurants with the culture and music of the Baja California region.
We stopped by the Festival del Queso Pan y Vino late, and missed the boat. This event sold out fast. The crowds kept coming, as we left disappointed and hungry for queso, pan y vino! We did get some cool photos of the vineyard, though…
We stopped in to the Hacienta Guadalupe off the Ruta del Vino for a bite to eat. The hotel and restaurant are off the road a bit, you don’t see it at the entrance. Luckily we saw billboards on the way that cued us that this would be a good place to stop for dinner. The service was friendly, and the food was edible. The view was well worth the stop!
We want you to be prepared for your visit with us, so keep these things in mind to bring when attending a Native Alien event.