Puesto: Puesto, West Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA Puesto at the new and improved Seaport Village “Headquarters” is some of the tastiest Mexican food I’ve had North of the border. The street taco style from Tijuana plays out in about a dozen creative hand held tacos. You can get a plate of 3 for $11 dollars and you will leave stuffed and ever so happy. The options for the taco fillings are plentiful. Including the classic San Diegan fish taco, carnitas (pulled pork), grilled shrimp, lobster and beef as well a good number of vegetarian types. There’s really something for everyone here. The entire plaza has been transformed into shopping and restaurants in what was formerly the old police station and a prison. There’s a very interesting preserved part of the jail to walk through while you wait for your table. Check out the wanted posters! They are hysterical! The interior of the restaurant has old remnants of what was housed there before. There are staircases hanging from the ceilings and it’s decorated with graffiti style street art. It’s a very intriguing and colorful place. Taco Tuesday happy hours have $1 tacos and $1 Tecate beers! Don’t miss out on that!