Where to Eat & Drink in Sayulita Mexico.
As a Midwesterner I’ve been fortunate enough to travel to Mexico quite a bit. I say that since when I moved out East I learned that the East Coaster’s mostly travel to the Caribbean for a quick get away but us Midwesterner’s have the option of going East or West and my family seemed to choose Mexico quite a bit. Of all the places I’ve been in Mexico: Huatulco, Ixtapa, Puerta Vallarta, Playa Blanca, Cancun Riviera, Cabo, and most recently Sayulita (30 minutes from Puerta Vallarta) I think Sayulita definitely has the most charm, uniqueness and personality.
You’re probably wondering why Sayulita, and where/what is this place? Sayulita is a charming small village about 30 minutes from Puerta Vallarta. My sister Lise had been before so she recommended it when her and her boyfriend (now hubby) suggested we go to Mexico for the Thanksgiving week. What a wonderful idea!! I immediately was on board and in for a fun, relaxing, getaway. We rented a house which you can read more about in Sayulita, Where To Stay. We cooked mostly at home thanks to our expert Chef Andy but the few times we did venture into town below are my favorite spots we enjoyed.
Burrito Revolution – This was the best burrito I’ve ever had. My sister had been before and swore by this place so we had it on our last day in town for our final meal. The line’s are long so get there early and enjoy one of the tastiest burritos you’ll EVER have. On Calle Jose Mariscal, around the corner from Sayulita Church in the center of town.
Sayulita Cafe – This charming restaurant is located on the main drag, very close to Burrito Revolution. My mom and I ate here one night and it was very good and quite a popular spot. Definitely try it during your visit. Ave Revolucion, Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico.
Budda Bar – If you’re craving sushi and a cool scene for either drinks and a sunset or drinks and dinner Budda Bar is the spot. We went for pre dinner drinks and the crowd looked good and it had a great view of the beach and Sunset. Calle Marlin #10, 63732 Sayulita, Mexico.