San Miguel Dining
San Miguel DiningIf you like to graze while you travel, San Miguel offers an abundance of dining choices. You may want to start your day at one of the two locations of Panio, which sell pastries (both Mexican favorites and French ones too), excellent coffee, and larger dishes if you woke up feeling especially hungry. Whenever you are ready for a break, small cafes and coffeehouses can be found on most streets, selling not just coffee but limonada, cold waters, and sodas. Diners can choose from no-attitude local favorites for a plate of enchiladas and tacos, to gourmet destinations like Atrio, which showcases products from local suppliers in unusual though always excellent dishes, and Jacinto 1930, which brings an haute flair to Mexican cuisine.