Corazón De Tierra

Valle de Guadalupe

Nature and haute cuisine harmony

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Corazon de Tierra Restaurant Valle de Guadalupe is one of the region’s top places to eat and experience all the wonderful flavors of the Valley. Voted in 2017 as one of “Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants”, Corazon de Tierra Restaurant offers distinct dishes that incorporate the unique elements that make food from the Baja California Peninsula so special. Chef Diego Hernandez hails from nearby Ensenada, so the Valley is like home.

He’s worked with some of the greatest Mexican chefs, including Enrique Olvera, Benito Molina, and Guillermo Gonzalez Beristain. The land is sacred for Hernandez, and his food is a reminder that the land is an essential source of life. Corazon de Tierra (translated to “heart of the land”) expresses perfectly the role that sun, soil, and land all play in order to make this valley magnificent. 

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The restaurant interior is noteworthy. The dining room walls are glass creating a feeling that you are floating in the middle of the pond while enjoying views of the vineyard, garden, and distant hills. Attention to detail is evident in the decor. Mismatched upholstery makes each chair unique, the wood tables are complimented with bud vases of brightly-colored blooms, and the ceiling and floors are made from rustic wood. All these elements provide an interesting character and a charming dining atmosphere.

All products are grown in the on-site garden and animals are sourced whole from neighbors who raise them in the most natural way. Hernandez and his team process and butcher all ingredients – always mindful of the relationship between food and nature. The menu changes with the availability of ingredients from garden harvest and local producers.

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Corazon de Tierra Restaurant Valle de Guadalupe is one of the region’s top places to eat and experience all the wonderful flavors of the Valley. Voted in 2017 as one of “Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants”, Corazon de Tierra Restaurant offers distinct dishes that incorporate the unique elements that make food from the Baja California Peninsula so special. Chef Diego Hernandez hails from nearby Ensenada, so the Valley is like home.

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He’s worked with some of the greatest Mexican chefs, including Enrique Olvera, Benito Molina, and Guillermo Gonzalez Beristain. The land is sacred for Hernandez, and his food is a reminder that the land is an essential source of life. Corazon de Tierra (translated to “heart of the land”) expresses perfectly the role that sun, soil, and land all play in order to make this valley magnificent. 

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corazon de tierra restaurant interior

The restaurant interior is noteworthy. The dining room walls are glass creating a feeling that you are floating in the middle of the pond while enjoying views of the vineyard, garden, and distant hills. Attention to detail is evident in the decor. Mismatched upholstery makes each chair unique, the wood tables are complimented with bud vases of brightly-colored blooms, and the ceiling and floors are made from rustic wood. All these elements provide an interesting character and a charming dining atmosphere.

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All products are grown in the on-site garden and animals are sourced whole from neighbors who raise them in the most natural way. Hernandez and his team process and butcher all ingredients – always mindful of the relationship between food and nature. The menu changes with the availability of ingredients from garden harvest and local producers. 

Behind The Food

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Diego Hernandez

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Hours & Amenities

Wednesday & Thursday 6–8:30PM
Friday & Saturday 1:30–9:30PM
Sunday 11AM–4PM
Monday 1:30–8:30PM
Tuesday Closed

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Visit Corazón De Tierra

Wednesday & Thursday 6–8:30PM
Friday & Saturday 1:30–9:30PM
Sunday 11AM–4PM
Monday 1:30–8:30PM
Tuesday Closed

From the USA: +52 646 977 5538

From Mexico: (646) 977 5538

corazondetierra.com

Free Parking
Garden Area
Tesla Charging Stations
Next to Vena Cava vineyard
Next to Villa del Valle hotel

Available for private events

Rancho San Marcos Toros Pintos S/N Km 88 +299 Francisco Zarco, 22750 Guadalupe, Mexico

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