photo credit: Alicia Vera
For a standout seafood-heavy lunch, try Taqueria Rossy, a casual spot that’s been run by the same family for 25 years. Taqueria Rossy, with its half a dozen tables and blue and white checkered tablecloths, isn’t the type of place you go for the view or the décor, but the food is good enough that you’ll probably want to visit twice during your trip. The chocolate clams (named that for their shell color) for which Baja is known are one of the few things that are mandatory to try while you’re there. So are the gobernadores tacos, the essential Baja taco that feature shrimp wrapped in a warm flour tortilla with lettuce and a dash of melted cheese.
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