This is the one. La Posada is the premier campground and room rental location in Potrero Chico. The fenced in Potrero Chico resort 5 minutes walking from the crags features large camping grounds, 7 private rooms for rent, 2 houses for rent, an impressive pool, large bathrooms, communal kitchen, restaurant, and a small gear shop. […]
Huge delicious hamburgers that can easily feed two people. Served out of the kitchen of Christina’s house – makes for a great Hidalgo experience. Open on the weekend and very popular with the locals – allow them 30 minutes or more for larger groups. Calling ahead is not a bad idea, and be sure to […]
Best place to eat late at night, across from entrance to Hidalgo and gas station. Very clean place with menus and indoor seating. The most “restaurant”-like place in Hidalgo.
Checo’s is the restaurant directly across from La Posada on the Potrero Chico hill. They have great food and are open during the busy months of the climbing season. Checo’s also offers camping space and has a house behind the restaurant for rent.
Offers an assortment of authentic Mexican food that changes daily. Driving from Potrero Chico, Taqueria “El Tato’s” is located right after the rail road tracks that run into the CEMEX plant, on the left.
A must-do on hot days in Potrero Chico. The yellow Clamatos stand is located on the same road that goes up the hill to Potrero Chico and is a local favorite. When open, they offer huge 1-liter mixed drinks for about 40 pesos. “Clamatos” are the most popular, similar to Bloody Mary’s.
The deposito/food shop/beer store in front of La Posada and close to Potrero Chico. Good place to buy things you forgot down the hill in town. It’s also a great place to get dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Leo comes up and cooks up some killer good barbecue and loves getting to hear about […]