In the suburbs of Guadalajara there is a vivacious little town named Tlaquepaque, famed for its foods, crafts and Mariachis. The Tlaquepaque Restaurant adopted its name from there because the City of Placentia and The City of Tlaquepaque had a sister city exchange at the time.
We, at Tlaquepaque Restaurant, take pride in recreating that same festive atmosphere with our authentic cuisine and our colorful murals depicting our heritage.
We hope that you will enjoy our visit with us and return soon so that you can experience the many dishes we have to offer from our new exposition kitchen. Many of our recipes have come from our extensive travels deep into Mexico.
Holiday Tamales and Masa are now available for pre-order