Celaya is a city and its surrounding municipality in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, located in the southeast quadrant of the state. It is the third most populous city in the state, with a 2005 census population of 310,413. The municipality for which the city serves as municipal seat, had a population of 415,869. The city is located in the geographic center of the municipality, which has an areal extent of 553.18 km² (213.58 sq mi) and includes many smaller outlying communities, the largest of which are San Miguel Octopan, Rincón de Tamayo and San Juan de la Vega.
Things to do in Celaya
4 based on 125 reviews
Fine dining in Celaya and a great place for grilled meats. An amazing cream of habanero soup, and a very extensive wine selection. Service is very good and the food well cooked and plated. As a vegetarian salad and pizza are your only options, but the pizza is just average at best.
4 based on 63 reviews
4.5 based on 237 reviews
If you want to have a nice time at a nice place with your favourite people, San Telmo is the only place in town. The Ambiance & The flavour way above the rest. Come give it shot you wont be disappointed you will just join the flaw.
This is the easiest way to become a local without actually moving here. The food is not anything to write home about but the drinks and ambiance make up for it. Great int'l beer selection and finger food.
4 based on 249 reviews
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Celaya is known for it's desserts but not much more. It is a small city with little to offer for foodies like me. I had a meeting so went fpr dinner to this Prime Rib Steakhouse. I played it safe and ordered a prime rib and a salad. Both where acceptable but not much more.
Wine selection is VERY limited and service is bearly aceptable
4.5 based on 62 reviews
The restaurant is pleasant and sunny with inside and outside eating areas. They have a good selection of choice red meats and some italian-type dishes, as well as wonderful salads. The service was efficient and pleasant, the decoration nice, the food good. But the restaurant was empty! What happened?
4.5 based on 32 reviews
This restaurant is inside the new Celaya mall. The restaurant was a big surprise with trilingual menu. Spanish, English and Japanese. The latter to accommodate the increasing number of Japanese people living close by because of the number of automotive factories.
The menu is very complete and well priced. With a good selection of meats. Will visit again for sure.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
No words to describe the place, service and food. Looking from outside , I did not imagine how pleasure would be our dinner. We was in a team of 8 , and everybody got satisfied . As entry we got some salmon and sea food bruschetta , I tried the salmon with shrimp , octopus and mushrooms, and I can say that not only the presentation was perfect, but I felt each singular flavor separately and they was matching so well! The guys tried the house dish, pork and beef and everybody has so happy at the end!
4 based on 62 reviews
We wandered into Celaya and, while you won't find this city in guidebooks, you can't miss the line snaking down the block, just off the Jardin Central. Tremendous assortment of savory and sweet VERY flaky empanadas. We left with a wide assortment -- chicken mole, al pastor, manzana -- six in all, each around one dollar (12 pesos regular, a little more for house specials). Grab a bench outside and ENJOY!
4.5 based on 27 reviews
4.5 based on 20 reviews
What is the best steak in the area....BC? California Prime Rib? San Telmo? Trapio? Nope, hands down the best, THE BEST in the area is La Traviata! The service makes you feel like royalty. THE MOST friendly service staff and the chef routinely inquires with the customers on the floor to get firsthand commentary and feedback. Pasta you ask? Buenisimo!
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