Tucked behind an empty lot with anemic-looking trees, you can barely see Chapultepec while flying down Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Yet it's there, and it's a Mexico-Aztec-Incan oasis replete with cheap beer and slow-roasted meats stuffed inside everything from corn tortillas to tamales.
All photos by Zachary Fagenson Chapultepec doesn't look like much from the outside.
The restaurant's name is deep-rooted in history. Chapultepec Park is a massive green space in the center of Mexico City, the largest city park in the western hemisphere. In the fall of 1847 American forces defeated those of Mexico's during the Battle of Chapultepec, holding a historic castle of the same name in western Mexico City.More »