Todos Santos Pages
Restaurants


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Todos Santos has many fine restaurants that vary from street-side taco stands to elegant sit down affairs. We have tried to include the types of food served, location and hours when possible.

Please remember that the business scene is very fluid in Todos Santos. Restaurants come and go with great frequency. Most of the restaurants listed below have exhibited staying power in the past and hopefully will continue to thrive in the future. Also listed are a few new ones that we hope will stand the test of time. Also note that all businesses adjust their hours as the tourist season winds down and some will close for 2-8 weeks during the months of August through October.

The print edition of El Calendario de Todos Santos has detailed information and up-to-date maps that will help you locate all the businesses and landmarks in town. Be sure to pick up the latest edition when you visit.


barajas tacos todos santos
Barajas Tacos / Happy Fish
Corner of Degollado & Cuauhtémoc
Traditional Baja "fast food" in a clean location with a large selection of fresh salsas and condiments. Friendly service. Carnitas - fried pork, fish & shrimp tacos during the day, grilled beef and papas rellenas - stuffed potatoes at night. Open 8 a.m. - 12 p.m., closed Tuesday.
   
cafe brown baja Café Brown
Calle Militar & Hidalgo, in Misión del Pilar Plaza
Gourmet coffees cappuccino and lattes, Mexican breakfasts, sandwiches homemade cakes, biscuits and croissants at good prices. Vegetarian choices too. Soft drinks, wine & beer. Books and magazines to read and share. Open daily 7 am - 9 pm.
   
caffe todos santos Caffé Todos Santos
Calle Centenario #33
Deli sandwiches, Mexican food, salads, homemade breads and pastries. Cappuccino, espresso, soft drinks, beer & wine. Open daily 7 am. - 9 pm. for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Monday 7 am. - 2 pm.
   
el gusto - la poza mexico El Gusto! Restaurante
In the Hotel La Posada La Poza
The only restaurant on the beach in Todos Santos. Fine dining featuring Mexican and European cuisine. Fresh seafood, meat and vegetarian selections.Full bar. Reservations recommended. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
   
el zaguan Fonda El Zaguán
Calle Juárez between Topete & Hidalgo
Mexican seafood and vegetarian tacos. Quality food, reasonably priced. Unique papaya / mango relish. Good fish dishes and soup. Open for lunch and dinner. Closed Sunday.
   
loncheria karla Lonchería Karla
Calle Militar across from the park
Mexican breakfast and antojitos. Travel writer Joe Cummings' favorite spot for huevos rancheros. Opens at 6:30 a.m. for breakfast and lunch.
   
los adobes Los Adobes de Todos Santos
Calle Hidalgo between Juárez & Militar
Alta cocina Mexicana - fine regional Mexican cuisine served in a beautiful outdoor setting. Dine on seafood, steak or chicken dishes. Coffees and lattes. Full bar. Open Monday - Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sundays 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Visa/MasterCard accepted.
   
los pinos Los Pinos In the Park
Calle Militar between Degollado & Zaragoza
Large selection of ice cream. Fish, quesadillas, fajitas, hamburgers and snacks. Reasonably priced. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, closed Tuesday.
   
mariscos rickle Mariscos Rickle (closed)
Calle Degollado between Morelos & Zaragoza
Shrimp, oyster, clam, octopus and scallop or cocktails, fish ceviche. Open daily.
   
miguels Miguel's Restaurant
Corner of Degollado & Rangel
Traditional Mexican dishes like chiles rellenos, and seafood featuring fresh catch of the day. Fish tacos. Soft drinks and beer. Open for breakfast, lunch & dinner.
   
cafe santa fe Restaurante Café Santa Fe
Calle Centenario #4
For years people have come to Todos Santos just to dine at the Café Santa Fe. Fine Italian cuisine. Seafood, meats, homemade pastas. Full bar. Open for lunch and dinner, closed Tuesday. Visa / MasterCard accepted.
   
las fuentes Restaurant Las Fuentes
Corner of Degollado & Militar
Large menu of traditional Mexican specialties. Seafood, meat and chicken dishes. Outdoor palapa. Full bar. Visa / MasterCard accepted. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
   
mi costa Restaurant Mi Costa
Calle Militar & Ocampo
Mexican seafood and tacos. Delicious sopa de mariscos - seafood soup, fried fish and shrimp ceviche. Catering service available. Beer and soft drinks. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
   
santa monica Restaurant Santa Monica (closed)
Calle Degollado & Militar
Good selection of standard Mexican dishes and seafood. Economical. Full bar. Open daily 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
   
shut up franks bar grill Shut Up Frank's
Calle Degollado & Rangel
Sports bar and grill. Burgers, steaks, ribs, giant burritos, veggie burgers and veggie burritos. Full bar. Happy hour Monday - Friday 4 - 6 p.m. Open daily for lunch and dinner.
   
suki's oriental food Suki's
Calle Hidalgo b/t Rangel & Cuauhtémoc
Thai, Japanese and Korean food served in a tropical garden. Lots of vegetarian choices, soups, spring rolls, Pad Thai. Soft drinks and imported teas. Open Tuesday - Saturday 4 pm..- 9 p.m. during high season.
   
super pollo Super Pollo
Calle Degollado & Olachea
Dine in or take out. Tasty charbroiled chicken - whole, half or combo meals; chicken flautas, pizza, grilled beef, hamburgers and turkey burgers. Open daily, lunch and dinner.
   
Chalako's tacos
Tacos Chalako's
Calle Juárez é Hidalgo
Tender meat tacos at a reasonable prices. Saturday & Sunday - papas rellenas too. Musician Billy Girvan's favorite spot for meat tacos. Usually open 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 7 - 11:30 p.m.
   
Tres Hermanos seafood tacos
Tres Hermanos
Calle Márquez de León & Juárez
Fish & shrimp tacos and tortas. Torta de pierna. Open most days for lunch.
   
Hot Dogs
Hot Dog Stands
Hot dog vendors can be found on many street corners from sunset until around 11 p.m. They serve turkey dogs wrapped in bacon on steamed buns. (Ask for yours sin tocino to hold the bacon.) Toppings include mustard, catsup, tomato, onion, chile and crema. Some vendors also offer hamburgers or beef burritos.
   
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Street side stands
There are many small stands that serve well known Mexican dishes like tacos, quesadillas, and seafood. Others serve lesser know meals like birria - goat stew, tacos de cabeza - tacos made from cow's brain and tongue, menudo - tripe, and machaca - dried shredded beef or fish.
   
   

Todos Santos is located on the Tropic of Cancer in the southern portion of the Baja Peninsula in Mexico just one hour
north of Cabo San Lucas and one hour south of La Paz. Long known as a cultural, artistic and agricultural center, the
town is a desert oasis, 1 kilometer from the Pacific Ocean at the foothills of the Sierra de La Laguna mountains. Since
the mid 1980's, the area has become a tourist / retirement destination and home to numerous art galleries, artists,
fine restaurants, elegant hotels, unique vacation rentals and local festivals.

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