Últimas Noticias en The Real Baja

  • A visit with Claudius Viña y Bodega

    A visit with Claudius Viña y Bodega

    Por: Jennifer Kramer   |   Hace 5 horas

    Rosarito's only winery gives Valle de Guadalupe a run for its money

    ROSARITO.- While the Valle de Guadalupe takes all the fame and glory for being Baja’s wine region, some of the best wines I’ve ever tasted come from a winery in Rosarito (the only winery on Rosarito) called Claudius Viña y Bodega. Owner and winemaker, Julio Benito is a sixth generation winemaker whose family hails from Segovia, Spain. He’s been making wine in Rosarito since 2010 and finds...

  • Baja California s Unpaid Advocates

    Baja California's Unpaid Advocates

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 2 días

    Food, culture, and experiences have them gushing over Baja

    SAN DIEGO.- Last night, the Baja California Ministry of Tourism hosted an event called "REdiscover Baja California" at the Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park. Visitors wined and dined after hearing some of Baja's most enthusiastic advocates gush about why they love the state so much. Hosted by Sam Zien, AKA Sam the Cooking Guy - Culinary Ambassador for Baja California - the event...

  • Lationamerica por una vida mejor  Reggae Festival Moves to Rosarito

    "Lationamerica por una vida mejor" Reggae Festival Moves to Rosarito

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 4 días

    Los Cafres will wrap up the event

    ROSARITO.- Argentinian reggae band, Los Cafres will arrive at Rosarito Beach for "Latinoamerica por una vida mejor" music festival currently on its 12th edition, this event is organized by Tijuana Roots and Culture , who year after year bring to the region the best performers of the country, this time the event has move to Bombay beach to provides us with music, sand and sea. The event...

  • Rock, Ska and Reggae at Rosarito s  Radical Sound Fest 2015

    Rock, Ska and Reggae at Rosarito's "Radical Sound Fest 2015"

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 5 días

    Featuring bands such as Cañamo and Palos Verdes

    ROSARITO.- You better be getting ready, because for the second year in a row a music festival with over 10 hours of rock, ska and reggae comes back to town. "Radical Sound Fest 2015" will take place at Rosarito Beach's Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura (IMAC) this Saturday, August 8th. This event had its first edition as part of the traditional "I Love Ska Fest". With...

  • Discover you Love for Art at “Lúmina Foto-Café” in Playas de Tijuana

    Discover you Love for Art at “Lúmina Foto-Café” in Playas de Tijuana

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 1 semana

    A place filled with passion

    Lúmina Foto-Café is the result of two photographers (professional and amateur) who decided to mix their lives biggest passions: art, photography and coffee. Liliana Hueso and Zoila Avilés have a unique conviction towards the capabilities of art, believing that it can actually change people’s way of being. This is why they choose to combine the things they love inside a nice and pleasant...

  • Learn How to Plant Grapevines at Rancho Tecate!

    Learn How to Plant Grapevines at Rancho Tecate!

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 1 semana

    Participate in the festivities and enjoy the region's dishes

    Vitis Verbena at Rancho Tecate is a well known tradition of this Magical Town, where its attendees can participate in the grapevine plantation ritual. It all begins with the blessing and planting of the grape twigs, afterwards the traditional festival begins in order to celebrate the event. Aside from getting to know how grape vines are planted, you can also enjoy wine, cheese,...

  • Dare to Compite in Rosarito s  Beach Volleyball Tournament

    Dare to Compite in Rosarito's "Beach Volleyball Tournament"

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 semana

    A fun and healthy option to take on this Saturday at Papas&Beer

    ROSARITO.- Gather your friends, team up and show your volleyball abilities this weekend at Papas&Beer Rosarito . On Saturday, April 11th starting at 9 a.m., there will a tournament for all ages, from rookies to pro's, available for all ages. Those interested in participating should arrive early in order to register, cost is $30 dlls at the event place or $25 if you register online ....

  • Meet E1 PUN70: Creative Cooking In Tijuana

    Meet E1 PUN70: Creative Cooking In Tijuana

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 1 semana

    Flavors and emotions combined

    The city of Tijuana has a wide selection of culinary options, so many in fact that we sometimes end up eating the same thing and don't dare to try something new. Nevertheless, each time there are more people who venture into the world of innovation such is the case of E1 PUNT70, a very different culinary experience. Head Chef Ricardo Buenrostro had the opportunity of growing professionally...

  • Beer of the Week:  Señor Matanza  Russian Imperial Stout from Cerveza Fauna

    Beer of the Week: "Señor Matanza" Russian Imperial Stout from Cerveza Fauna

    Por: Jorge Guevara   |   Hace 1 semana

    A great beer that brings along a new phase for this brewery

    After a short break, "Beer of the Week" is back, giving you the big scoop on what's new in the world of craft beer in Baja. This time, our friends from Cerveza Fauna from Mexicali, who little by little have gained a prime spot among beer lovers in Mexico and the United States, have brought along "Señor Matanza" , a Russian Imperial Stout. With 12% alcohol Cerveza Fauna launches their...

  • Tacos Kokopelli in Tijuana Removes Ingredients In Support of Striking Farm Workers In Baja

    Tacos Kokopelli in Tijuana Removes Ingredients In Support of Striking Farm Workers In Baja

    Por: Jessica Romero   |   Hace 2 semanas

    A taco and other ingredients come from San Quintín

    Kokopelli, the sea food tacos franchise has decided to show its solidarity in light of the farmer's strike in the San Quintín Valley. Through their Facebook page, they announced that their taco called "black harder" (Negro Durazo) will no longer be part of their menu until the farmers work conditions are improved, or their demands are met. "We can't be 100% consistent with...