Where to Eat

Here are just a few of my favorite picks ….there are many new restaurants  popping up all the time and   I can’t eat at all of them so, please…if you try something and love it…let me  know:)

On the beach, excellent service, margs and food. You can’t go wrong here. Upstairs patio open after 4:30, great place to watch the sunset.

Alas blancas
Beach front. Casual, fresh mexican seafood fair. Very good.

The Real Fish Taco
A must….it is just across from Pannino’s…little stand. They have the best grilled shrimp tacos in town.

Mama Mia
Just over the bridge and stay towards your left. Great little spot.

Tierre Viva
It is a very quaint outdoor restaurant a block off the beach on calle Marlin.  They usually have a good selection of wines. The menu includes traditional dishes (mole) and seafood.

Latitude 20
Asian influenced cuisine. Nice outdoor patio and great food. Try the shrimp pad thai or their sushi. Say hello to Dennis and Eileen.

Rosticeria La Pechugas
Just around the corner on Revolution from Villa Casa Terramar. This is Mexican style take out. Rotisserie chicken, with potatoes, rice, tortillas and salsa. Very good.

Steak and seafood. Great heart themed decor and super nice owners.

Don Juan’s
Just off the punta mita highway but still close and walkable. This is a great local restaurant, tradional Mexican specialities in a delightful atmosphere. Off the beaten path but well worth the trek

Mariscos Purillo
On Revolucion right side as you are walking to town. Great local spot with excellent ceviche and agua de jamica.

Off the main square……

Sayulita Café
Close to the main square. They are famous for Chili Renos.

La Rustica
Excellent, excellent wood fired pizza varied menu and great staff. Take out service
is available as well. 322 100 7379.

Choco Banana
Huge meeting place, just off the square. Great breakfast, smoothies and coffee.

Located across the street from the square, also has good breakfast and coffee.

Mary’s Restaurant
On Revolution just down from Sayulita Café. Excellent local cuisine. One of my favorites!

Miro Vino
Italian inspired menu, good wine selection and nice atmosphere. Luca is the host and owner.

Don Pedros
On the beach….upscale dining at the end of Calle Marlin.

Aaleyah’s Nachos and Wings
Just beyond Ninos Heros on Revolucion. Good margs, tequilla and a great host.

Wonderful salads and more. Asian, healthy twist to their dishes. Around the corner from Aaleyah’s.


322 100-7379

Sayulita Sushi (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) excellent!
322 148 0124   www.sayulitalife.com/sayulita-sushi

Street Eats…….Taco Stands

There are many great road side stands in Sayulita. They have a tendency to change, move locations etc.

If you are interested in dining Sayulita style, just ask and I can give you the top picks of the moment.

One of my favorites is a stand across from Paninos just off the beach. They make grilled fish and shrimp tacos as well as fried. Warning they are addictive! The Real Fish Taco

For carnitas..the best is Pericos. Open 9:00 to 3:00 unless they run out and close early. They are that good. Just down from Oxxo’s and Mary’s.

For a night time snack check out Tacos Ivan’s…..street stand across from Telmex on Revolution just over the bridge. Tacos de pastor….Excellente!!!