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Cantina Del Bosque


La Condesa

$$$$Perfect For:Big GroupsDrinking Good WineDrinking Good Cocktails


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Cantina del Bosque has a traditional cantina setup—white tablecloths on some tables, mariachis making the rounds—but don’t judge it by its 1937 cover. Unlike most cantinas, del Bosque includes a detailed wine list in addition to mezcal, beer, and bourbon options, but the real winner is the seafood. The sea salt-baked fish is deboned tableside, which is pretty fun to watch, and the giant shrimp (shells still on and grilled in a rich mix of butter and garlic) is another must-order. Make sure to save room for the traditional chocolate mousse for dessert.

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