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Chabad Eatery Behind Starbucks

Starbucks of Marina Los Cabos has a new neighbor: The Baja Kosher restaurant opened by Chabad and serving Mexican dishes. Full Story

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YEKA BOYZ
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YEKA BOYZ

What ya gonna do when they come for you!?

Much Hatzlacha Benny!

Are those prices in American dollars or pesos?
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Are those prices in American dollars or pesos?

Hatzlacha Rabba, but couldn’t afford that for a pastrami sandwich if it’s dollars.

To number 2
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To number 2

MXN Pesos says in corner of menu

Foodie
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Foodie

Prices are obviously in Pesos. Amazing!! Cheaper than Crown Heights or LA!

From # 2,  I stand corrected
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From # 2, I stand corrected

Yasher Choach, looks great!!

This is Jewish pride!
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This is Jewish pride!

I’m a big traveler myself and having the possibility to have GOOD and Kosher food is a dream come true! Thank you Rabbi Benny and Sonia!

Right on
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Right on

Will you guys be open on peasach? I come every year and would love a place for the Seder?

the hershcoviches are the best
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the hershcoviches are the best

best people ever.

Hatzlacha Rabba!
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Hatzlacha Rabba!

looks amazing!

Best people in Cabo
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Best people in Cabo

Benny and Sonia have been delivering delicious kosher and healthy meals to all hotels for some time .,.. always with a smile and great value for money … so happy for ur new venture hatzlacha rabba rabbi Benny !!

So excited
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So excited

Wow! Can’t wait to sit in that atmosphere and have a kosher meal at the same time. Kol hakavod!

Mazal Tov! and Hatzlocho!
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Mazal Tov! and Hatzlocho!

From your fans in Los Angeles

Marketer
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Marketer

Whoever designed your menu made a very SERIOUS error in using the dollar symbol. You will lose many customers who will not read the small lettering informing them that it’s pesos.

Additionally, most people don’t know the exchange rate peso to dollar and it sounds expensive.

You need to immediately change your menu. Each item should offer a USD price and a PESO price, especially considering this is a tourist destination where USD should be accepted.

Something like:

Schnitzel $2 USD, 75 PESO.

The average reader looks at the price and says forget it immediately.

Hatzlochah.

#13
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#13

I’m going to take a guess and assume that you’ve never traveled to South America before. The reason being that if you have you would know that tourist or not, all wares (from food, to groceries, & even clothing) are sold in pesos. That being said although your advice may come from a place of concern (or corrective criticism). I should hope that you find a way to privately message the shluchim and give your criticism in private. To write on a website like collive that is used by so many different kinds of people is inappropriate, inconsiderate, and quite… Read more »

Sonia
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Sonia

Yaaay we are victims. Now everybody give us your money! Now I said.
Seriously to #13 we appreciate all criticism and grow from it . We are in the process of changing it.
To #14 your concern and protectiveness is super sweet. 😉

Peso sign is the same as the dollar sign
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Peso sign is the same as the dollar sign

Just checked. Pesos also have an $ symbol.

It was not an error… although maybe the fact that it’s pesos should be more clearly shown, along with the US dollar equivalent.

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