Club Tengo Hambre's Best of Baja: Tijuana Tacos and Beer 

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Tijuana is at the epicenter of a mounting gastronomical revolution—one that is increasingly experimenting with the seafood and salsa-heavy traditions of Baja—not to mention a burgeoning craft beer scene that is quickly beginning to rival its nearby inspirations in Southern California.

We met up with the husband and wife team of Club Tengo Hambre, who whisked us and a dozen or so other explorers across the border for four hours of TJ’s best tacos and beer. Here’s what we discovered. All photos by Colin Young-Wolff.
Published on March 31, 2014

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