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In the last 5 years or so, Ensenada has become a premier foodie destination not only for Mexicans, but for cross-border travelers. The list of great new eats here includes the upscale, seaside Belio (Km 104 Carretera Ensenada-Tijuana; tel. 646/175-8810; www.beliorestaurant.com), the gallery and jazz spot La Casa del Arte (Moctezuma 479; tel. 646/116-8338; www.lacasadelarte.com.mx), the shellfish mecca La Cocedora de Langosta (Teniente Azueta 187; tel. 646/178-3742), the parkside, wine-loving La Contra (Moctezuma 623; tel. 646/178-8213; www.lacontravinos.com), and the steel-and-neon seafood nightspot Ultramarino (Ruíz just off López Mateos; tel. 646/178-1195) as well as the hot spots and old favorites listed in this guide.

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