OUR FAVORITE RESTAURANTS SO FAR...
BUT WE HAVE MANY MORE TO TRY!
If you check out TripAdvisor, you will see the list of 90 restaurants in Sayulita, all rated pretty high. There really are many great restaurants in this town. That is probably one of the main reasons I enjoy staying in Sayulita for several months each winter. I love good food! How will we ever get to all of the great restaurants here? Well, this year we are staying in Sayulita for two months. Next year, we decided that it will be at least three months! Sayulita may end up being the town we decide to settle in in our motorhome for five months each winter. We have to work our way through that list of 90 restaurants, but for now, these are our favorites that we regularly enjoy. If I only had one week in Sayulita, these are the 10 restaurants that I would be sure to visit.
|Lattitude 20 Restaurant /Bar Sayulita|
|Reggae / Blues Music by Bordertown Roots on Sunday From 2:00 to 6:00|
|The Wood-Fired Pizza Oven at La Rustica|
|Jon and I Are Happy to Return to La Rustica for Pizza and Salad|
4. Alas Blancas: This is our favorite restaurant on the south end of the beach. The only requirement for parking ourselves there all afternoon, sitting on their comfy lounge chairs under their sturdy umbrellas, is that we spend at least 200 pesos (per table). We have no problem with that. We usually order one chica-size Margarita each and lunch. We loved the Shrimp Quesadillas listed in the appetizer section of the menu. They were more like tacos as they were served on small corn tortillas with melted cheese; an order of 3 was enough for a meal. The chipotle sauce and very fresh shrimp made these a hit with us. We had to go back the next week for more Shrimp Quesadillas even though the special of the day was Fish Tacos. Located at Delfines Centro #219 A Col., we find the restaurant by their name on the brown umbrellas. Their little store, facing Delfines street at the corner of Navarrete St., has a very good selection of specialty items including organic products such as peanut butter, granola, soy milk, rice crackers, and more.
|Calypso's Pretty Sign at the Entrance|
|Romantic View at Sunset From Don Pedro|
7. Paninos: I love their pastries! Paninos was voted "Best Deli/Bakery" in the "Best of Sayulita 2014". I pass their walk-up counter on mornings when I go to Zumba at Estudio El Jardin or Yoga at Mexi-Fit. I go to fitness classes to get healthy and keep my weight down. How am I supposed to stay fit and healthy eating those rich, buttery pastries? Well, once a week I succumb to the temptation. I stop on the way home after class and purchase one pastry to share with Jon. Yum! I'll just work a little harder in my fitness classes and do a little more boogie-boarding to burn it off. Located at Calle Delphine near the Iguana Tree.
|Always a Crowd Waiting For Ice Cream at Wa Kika|
|Entrance to Miro Vino is Warm and Inviting|
|Ruben's Distinctive Sign and Red Paint Let Us Know We Have Arrived!|
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