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Shaun Klynstra

 


Named after legendary ranchero singers Pedro Infante and Lola Beltran, this wonderful little restaurant/bar sits on the corner of the Plazuela Machado. Weekends bring live music and performances to the square, when cars are not allowed. The restaurant is housed in the beautifully restored 19th-century Juárez building that once served as the social center of this music-loving city. Inside, the colorful restaurant is decorated with local artwork and has a jazzy feel, but it's even more fun to sit outside on the patio. One of the best dishes here is the "Pedro and Lola shrimp" prepared with fresh orange and Cointreau. You can also come just for appetizers or a drink, and the bar stays open until 1am.