If you find yourself in Guadalajara, this place is a must try.
Author - Agustin Eliab Juarez
Agustin Eliab Juarez is a novelist and screenwriter having earned two Stanford degrees, the latter a Master's in Cultural and Social Anthropology. He is a foodie and a "home chef" as well as a wine connoisseur.
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