Sitting in Jeanne’s house in Ajijic, an overwhelming craving for meat came over me. I
wanted beef and I wanted it now. Nearby, a new restaurant, specializing in steaks cooked
over a wood fire, had opened. Yippee! Off we went.
The restaurant, fronted by limited parking and a large cactus garden, is metal beams
holding up a fiberglass roof. Inside are plastic tables and chairs, a long bar and a loud
jukebox. Red-and-white checkered tablecloths and festive cut-paper banners make things
cheerful. The bathrooms, at the back of the establishment, were very clean.
We were seated and were quickly brought menus, chips, and four different salsas. There
was an avocado sauce, a rough g...Read More