San Pancho Living

Where to Eat in San Pancho: Breakfast

Start your day with breakfast at a sidewalk table or in a tropical courtyard. Dress code? Flip flops, shorts and your favorite tee.

Here are local favorites for breakfast and brunch. Visit TripAdvisor and search “San Pancho Nayarit Mexico restaurants for reviews, plus ask around.

Note that smaller restaurants and cafes are cash-only (in pesos). Larger restaurants accept credit cards.

Keep in mind cafes and restaurants come and go, relocate and close for renovations.

Coffee & baked delights

Start your day with locally roasted coffee, savory pot pies, and freshly baked lemon curd sticky rolls at Café Mañana. PeekingDuck.co photo

Start your day with locally roasted coffee, savory pot pies, and lemon sticky rolls at Café Mañana. PeekingDuck.co photo

Café Mañana, breakfast, pastries baked on premises, coffee drinks. Calle America Latina near Calle China, next to Roberto’s Bungalows.

Cafe Paraiso, specialty coffees, packaged coffee, pastries. Corner of Av. Tercer Mundo & America Latina. 311-258-4006.

Panderia Casa Gourmet, a Sayulita favorite, brings freshly baked croissants, baguettes and more to San Pancho. C’est bon! Av. Tercer Mundo near Calle America Latina.

Full breakfast

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Locals and visitors flock to Maria’s for breakfast. Whether you sit at a sidewalk table or in the pretty courtyard, come hungry!

Bistro Organico (dinner too). Organic and delicious. Inside Hotel Cielo Rojo in a pretty courtyard, Calle Asia #6, 311-58-4155

Café Mañana, local eggs, savory pot pies, pastries baked on premises, coffee drinks. Calle America Latina near Calle China, next to Robert’s Bungalows

El Gallo (lunch too). Traditional Mexican cuisine prepared with ingredients from local producers, served in an outdoor patio shaded by trees. Av. Tercer Mundo #38, 311-258-4591

La Taza de Cafe, breakfast, cappuccino, lattes, espresso; Av. Tercer Mundo at Mexico, (311) 258 4162

Maria’s (lunch and dinner too). Classic Mexican breakfast choices. Av. Tercer Mundo #28-A, 311-258-4439.

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