We had the opportunity to dine at the Hacienda el Divisadero with a group of artists attending a workshop in a nearby village. This open air restaurant delivered absolutely wonderful food, very informative and entertaining service. Armundo, our waiter and host, explained the history of Tequila and Raicilla and how the Hacienda came to be.He was a virtual "George Lopez" comedically but clean. We had the Carne Asado which was the first time that I have had decent beef in Mexico, it could be cut with the fork and was delicious. The Hacienda has all the various types of agave that are used in the production of Raicilla, their unique adult beverage. We all had samples and were taught the tradition of sipping and tasting. The facility also has several rooms for overnight staying and a stable of riding horses.
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