This Webquest (WITH LINKS FOR THE WEBQUEST AND EDITABLE GOOGLE DOC INCLUDED - PERFECT FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOM IF YOU USE) takes students to five different Mexico City restaurants close to El Bosque de Chapultepec, where they will answer a variety of questions about opening and closing times, menu items, prices, and ambiance (i.e. ¿Es elegante el restaurante?) before choosing one to go to with their new friend, Mexican actor and producer Gael García Bernal (or replace him with your own important Mexican!). Students will learn that Mexican food is a lot more than just tacos (¡MMM! ¡Chapulines!)! They will also learn to convert pesos to dollars and practice walking from various restaurants to el Bosque de Chapultepec, a major attraction in Mexico City. Designed to be understandable even for Spanish 1 students (present tense verbs such as ¿A qué hora abre? ¿A qué hora cierra? ¿Qué comes? Etc. are used, as well as the construction IR + A + INFINITIVE (¿Qué vas a pedir?)), this activity will be interesting even for higher level Spanish courses, as the restaurant sites include high level Spanish and cultural information that keeps things fresh! (Even as a seasoned Spanish teacher, I had to look a few things up that were new to me! Who knew that “patas de mula sangre roja,” or “bleeding clams,” were a delicacy?) Plan on at least two days for this WEBQUEST, or edit it to have students only investigate two or three restaurants instead of five. (On the flip side, extensions for the lesson that include investigating El Bosque de Chapultepec more as well as learning about other famous Mexicans are included). Enjoy!