SAN FELIPE

RESTAURANTS



 
 
outstanding host baja californiaEndorsed by OUTSTANDING HOST BAJA CALIFORNIA and Better Business Bureau México, this program by the State Ministry of Tourism (SECTURE) unites the best establishments for lodging, food, drinks, businesses dedicated to selling handmade products, jewelry and country furniture located in eminently touristic areas and promotes them as the best representatives of Baja California.

 

LA VAQUITA MARINA RESTAURANTE


Here you’ll find gourmet dishes like: shrimp stuffed chiles güeritos, tuna carpaccio, grilled fish filet in white wine, paired with a regional wine. It’s also a few steps from the boardwalk.


 


 

MARISCOS LA MORENA


If you’re walking along the boardwalk, it’s inevitable to notice this place; colorful and with its name in giant letters. Their specialty are fish tacos and cocktails, as well as sea bass, clams and shrimp. Enjoy delicious ceviche while facing the Sea of Cortéz.


 


 

THE PARROTS CRACKER


A mix of Asian cuisine, Philippine touches, Spanish tastings and seafood from the Baja California. They have flags all over the place, lots of color, tags, parrots and surfboards. Ask for their fish and chips, cuts of meat and fish tacos


 


 

EL PABELLÓN DORADO RANCH


Chef Josué Cazares will charm you with his varied menu from classic hamburgers to grilled octopus tacos with marinated chiles, seafood pasta or duck. This restaurant is at El Dorado Ranch.


 


 

EL PADRINO PIZZERÍA Y RESTAURANTE


A local favorite, delicious pizzas made to your liking and Bolognese spaghetti and other Italian style dishes.


 


 

CAPRICHO


Began as a Cuban restaurant and is now a Mexican restaurant with seafood and sea products, Chef Jacobo Garrido recommends the stuffed pinaple with seafood (shrimp, octopus, clams, flamed oysters with rum, grilled Monterrey cheese or Cuban shrimp with pineapple, garlic, habanero chili and flamed bacon with aged rum).


 


 

LA VAQUITA RESTAURANT NORTH


Found on Playa de Oro, this restaurant is more gourmet than “La Vaquita Marina”.


 

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