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US – Mexico Border Travel Guide

Andrew Zimmern discovers the food and fun that blur the line between the US and Mexico.

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Caesar's

Caesar's is famous for being the birthplace of the Caesar salad, invented by restaurant owner Caesar Cardini in the 1920s.

Av. Revolucion #1079, Zona Centro, Tijuana, BC, Mexico

 
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Hodad's

With 2 locations in the San Diego area, this second-generation burger joint is known for its delicious onion rings and bacon cheeseburgers. Second location at 945 Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101

5010 Newport Ave, San Diego, CA 92107

 
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La Cociña de Dona Estela

Owner Doña Estela and her family prepare home-cooked meals right out of their own kitchen. Locals sit down at her kitchen table to enjoy fresh empanadas, homemade flour tortillas and a variety of delicious stews.

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Tommy's Mexican Food

Andrew Zimmern chows down on a San Diego food phenomenon, the California Burrito, with good friend and Baja food blogger Bill Esparza.

4145 Voltaire St San Diego, CA 92107

 

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