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zacks_restaurant | astintabroad

Dinner in the Middle of the Desert.

If I had to pick a local hang out restaurant in the East Escape, where you can keep returning to on a regular basis everyday and anytime, it would be Zack’s Restaurant. In compare to Buzzards Restaurant, Zack would be the big brother that offers a heftier menu, convenient schedule, more space and all around a mix between Mexican and American style.

Last night, my folks and I came here for dinner with some friends.

The first thing I immediately noticed, when we arrived, were the views. The restaurant is 2 story high with the main dining area located on the 2nd floor overlooking the desert.

The food was excellent! We started with the Sashimi starter which, seemed to be a popular plate as it disappeared within a few minutes right after it was served on our table. I, honestly, do not think you can go wrong with any fish dish here in Baja.

My main food was the shrimp platter with veggies and potatoes that were dipped in garlic and butter sauce. I highly recommend it, it was very good. As for my folks, both ordered their usual ribs paired with french fries. Also, pretty good.

Everyone else, it seemed they were also satisfied with their meals.

Zac’s Bar and Grill Review
Zac’s Website

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BUZZing Around

One of the original restaurants in the East Escape that everyone should visit is the Buzzards.

Mercado Orgánico (video)

Mercado Orgánico (a.k.a. The Organic Market) market is an open air field with various vendors selling food, hand-made jewelries, bags, clothes, dog collars and just about any authentic knick knacks that you can find that are locally made.

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