Los Adobes Review
Locals swear by the fried, cilantro-studded local cheese and the beef tenderloin with huitlacoche at this pleasant outdoor restaurant. The menu is ambitious and includes tapas and several organic, vegetarian options—rare in these parts. At night the place sparkles with star-shape lights. Take a stroll through the adjoining landsacped desert garden while you wait for your food. If you're here during the July–October low season, make it an early dinner; the place closes at 7 on weeknights.