If you can't make it to the village of Tequila, here's the next best thing: a friendly restaurant with spirit that serves traditional Mexican fare, including molcajete (meat or seafood stew served in a stone bowl), tortilla soup, beef tenderloin with three-chili sauce, and a variety of fish dishes.This spot has a separate menu for its more than 150 choices of the fiery liquor that give the restaurant its name. Antique photos of tequila distilleries and bilingual
plaques explaining tequila's history line the brick walls, and copper distilling casks sit behind glass. Waiters make guacamole and salsa at your table, and offer suggestions if you are up for trying a variety of tequilas. A complimentary sorbet served in a tasting glass caps off the meal.