The Calypso does good seafood dishes (such as the festival calypso, a mixed seafood plate in coconut and ginger sauce), as well as burgers, pizzas and salads. It’s an informal place with outdoor seating, and it’s eq…
Steps from the pier, this open-air cafe is one of the most popular spots in town. Stop in for tuna or chicken sandwiches, burgers, empanadas, cappuccinos and other snacks.
Join afternoon crowds for fresh-baked magnificence: chocolate or cinnamon bread, empanadas, pastries, and fruit and custard tarts.
Ceviche, lobster and other fresh-caught seafood is served up in a lovely outdoor garden with picnic tables.
This laid-back cafe has the best wi-fi on the waterfront; sit at one of the outdoor tables nursing an iced coffee, a sandwich or a dessert. There's also a good-value guesthouse in back (per person $40 to $50).
Rosita serves up popular set lunches ($6) in an appealing open-sided eatery with wood details and curious decorations (football jerseys hanging from the rafters, mounted fish, surfboards).
Occupying the 2nd floor of the hotel of the same name, this open-sided restaurant has a fine setting, though the food (seafood, meat, pastas, pizzas) receives mixed reviews.
This 2nd-floor perch whips up tasty smoothies, plus burgers, toasted sandwiches and good breakfasts including granola with fruit and yogurt.
This casual local favorite offers set lunches or dinners at rock-bottom prices.
The best supermarket in town.