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  • n. Plural form of cantina.


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  • Meat dishes, running the gamut from sausage to lamb, are also popular in cantinas.

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  • I'd like to see some Hash Cafes in Mexico like Amsterdam's, with botanas like in the cantinas.

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  • Not clubs nor cantinas, but a botanero usually has a license to sell beer along with the food.

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  • It sounds as if you would enjoy visiting some of the cantinas, I highly recommend it and it will help your Spanish enormously.

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  • So maybe you could educate me about these establishements (cantinas or botaneros) in Monterrey?

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  • What I was speaking of is a middle grounds, these cantinas and botaneros run the gamut from fairly upscale establishments to sleazy dives.

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  • Also, something people probably do not know and maybe would not even notice, but cantinas are popular with gay men who go looking for other men -- usually married -- who like to do "things" on the side.

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  • In those cantinas you will pay a very reasonable price for your beers and a small fortune for hers, though her beers really will be near the price you may already be accustomed to paying in the US.

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  • Yea well I just wasn't really aware of these cantinas.

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  • You generally don't need to be paranoid about your money in Mexico but in the cantinas, especially after a couple hours of heavy drinking and petting the precautions you mentioned aforehand are a good idea.

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