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Vegans, Welcome to La Paz!

By Ana Ortega Restaurants in La Paz are enthusiastic to embrace the rise of vegan eating. La Paz has welcomed vegan eating with open arms! So far, 26 different local restaurants have added at least one vegan option to their menu. For those who are...

Red Tide Alert in the bay of La Paz

There is a red tide alert for the bay of La Paz put into effect by the State Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risk (COEPRIS). State health authorities have decided to implement a ban on the consumption of shellfish extracted from the La Paz...

The Way of Tea

by Melissa A. Bartell “Tea is quiet and our thirst for tea is never far from our craving for beauty.” ~James Norwood Pratt  It’s a chilly day in La Paz, BCS, Mexico – chilly for the tropics, anyway – about 65 degrees – and sky...

El Jardin Secreto; A Hidden Gem

TBC It is a secret that really shouldn’t be a secret. Tucked away behind a large white wall on Colima street is a big garden with a delightful restaurant nestled under a gorgeous, hand woven, wood canopy. The owner, Karina Ehrenberg Theurel, who is fluent...

La Morante Bar in La Paz

Brainchild of Alejandra Morante. Artist. Expat from Argentina. Inspired at a young age by an aunt who was an architect…always dreamed of art and the sea. Alejandra came to Mexico in 2001 from Concordia, Argentina to join her sister who had emigrated a bit earlier....

Lolita Pie Boutique

La Fulana When I first heard the name I was not quite sure what kind of establishment people were referring to…Hum…Lolita, boutique…PIES!!!??? Pies in La Paz??? What on earth? Who is Lolita? Where is she? Catchy name. Well done. It is a new place, just...

Athena Restaurant in La Paz

Athena La Fulana is speechless! It is not a commonly occurring condition. We now have second Greek restaurant in town! A short while ago I was kindly invited to go sample the fare at Athena’s. It was opening night. We met a man bigger than...

Fuego y Lena

La Fulana I never tire of exploring La Paz and see what small restaurants I can find which are run by their owners. Mexicans, Americans, Europeans; it does not matter. It is always the best places to eat. I like the idea of supporting those...

Buen Provecho Cooking School Now in San Bartolo

TBC Chef Denise Elliott and Cultural Anthropologist Renée Lagloire are thrilled at the success that their Buen Provecho Mexican cooking and culture classes had in the first two seasons. Juli Goff, Director of the language school Se Habla … La Paz was the motivating force...

Cooking Class at Nopal Spanish School

Dear students and friends, We want to invite you to our next cooking class: Date: Thursday the 13th of November Time: 5:30 pm Dish: Tamales y champurrado ( a traditional drink that goes very well with tamales) Price: individuals: $260 MXN , couples: $460 MXN Limited seating!