Step inside to find a bar exactly as foreigners would hope to discover in Mexico: rough tiled floors, spindly stools and sticky tables. La Fuente is Guadalajara’s most iconic cantina, attracting a diverse crowd of all ages, from hipster students to old men who have been knocking back tequila in the joint for decades.
A typically Mexican bar founded in 1921, La Fuente is located in the heart of the city’s historic center, making it great place to stop after a tiring day of sightseeing.
The bike mounted above the bar was allegedly left by a drunken patron who couldn’t pay his tab. To prove his good faith, the man left the bike and promised to pay when he returned. Yet he failed to return and the bike has been there ever since, awaiting his arrival.