Dining is limited here, but lunch at El Muelle restaurant, on Obregón (no phone), right across from the central plaza, leaves no complaints. The tacos; enchiladas in spicy, fresh tomato sauce; and breaded fish bathed in peppers and cheese are all good reasons to visit, but the main draw is the creamy, chipotle smoked tuna dip that comes with chips before the meal. Follow it up with dessert bread from El Boleo.
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