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Tijuana's Most Revolutionary Block

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Once Tijuana’s most infamous drag, Avenida Revolución is now brimming with hip food trucks, design-y boutiques, and the borderlands’ most Instagrammable hotel.
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Tijuana’s first boutique inn, the sleek, post-industrial, 15-room OneBunk, opened in May. The lobby houses a barber shop, a coffee and tea bar, and a boutique that sells jewelry, furniture, and accessories from the chic home store ObjectMX.—By...

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Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
For decades, El Foro Antiguo Palacio Jai Alai was a destination for gamblers betting on jai alai games. Today the 65-year-old building with the iconic red neon sign hosts concerts, stand-up comedy, even shows featuring the beloved children’s...
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Just off “La Revu,” as the tijuanenses call the avenue, is Telefónica Gastro Park, a collective of top food trucks. In the morning, try chilaquiles from La Carmelita; in the afternoon, a limey ceviche from Otto’s Grill;...
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Av Revolución 930, Zona Centro, 22000 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico
Swing by La Justina, a cozy gastropub putting new spins on Mexican classics. Try the rib eye tartar or the tostadas with roasted octopus and smoked shrimp. The Margot, a gin cocktail with lavender and a whole beet, is a must.—By Jackie...
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Av. Revolución, Zona Centro, 22000 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico
La Revu newcomer Casa Duhagón, a shop and full-service interior design firm, sells locally handwoven pillows, fringed purses in colorful fabric made by the indigenous Otomí ethnic group, and cowhide patchwork rugs.—By Jackie...
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Cine Tonalá, the city’s first art house movie theater, screens new releases and presents lectures and art shows. The menu at the cinema’s rooftop restaurant was designed by renowned chef Diego Hernandez.—By Jackie Bryant