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The same chef that made a name for himself in Valle de Guadalupe at the upscale MeroToro introduces Amaya, a more casual but still really good Baja-style cuisine restaurant. Some menu items to consider are the beef tartare or catch of the day paired with a Mexican wine. 

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  • Craft Cocktails
  • Specialty Cocktails

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