Photo by Rita Trejo
La Ruta Nader
The quiet street known as Avenida Nader ranks among the most “historic” neighborhoods in this all-but-brand new city, where several pioneers lived during the city’s 1970s genesis. With City Hall’s rear garden to the west and an upscale neighborhood of winding streets to the east, the avenue has transformed in recent years, going from quaint and residential to an eclectic mix of hipster bars, lantern-lit outdoor restaurants, and hidden street art. The strip embraces its historic roots while also providing a bit of vie de bohème you might not expect at a beach resort.
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