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Mexican BBQ

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Mexican BBQ

Where can I find good Mexican BBQ ?

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La Finca Vaqueros

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I second that!

Huatulco, Mexico
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I personally think that the originel Finca de Vaqueros is still better the the one located in Huatulco

The originel is located on the road to Port Angel

Wayne Overby

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Thanks to all I'll take a look when we get there in feb.

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If you want meat on the BBQ, for proximity and convenience, we prefer Kristol Rose in La Crucecita. For fish, we like Grillo Marinara, also in La Crucecita.

Hope this helps. Your questions are always welcome.



Casa Hoffa (South), Bahia Chahue, Huatulco, MX

Casa Hoffa (North), Fire Island, NY USA

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La Finca de Vaqueros... no doubt. Two locations, one on the north end of tLa Crucecita adjacent to the Corona distributor, the other, as Wayne says, outside Pochutla on the road to Puerto Angel (about 45 minutes from Huatulco). Get the mixed grill, and be sure to include the bean soup (called "charros").. its to die for.

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Cassa Hoffa, we agree that Grillo Marinera is the very best for fish. We dined there twice as a result of a recommendation from a couple we met at our hotel - the best recommendation ever. The owner is so accommodating - he recommended the shrimp, fried in garlic butter and offered to serve them without heads and shells. The shrimp was to die for. The second time we went we had the Red Snapper and the Mahi, Mahi - out of this world. We brought a bottle of wine with us the second night (they only serve beer and soda) which we had our bartender open for us at the hotel and the owner had no problem with us BYOB. He wouldn't even charge us a small corkage fee. What a wonderful, hospitable area Huatulco is. We'll definitely be going back!

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