Coffee-conscious travelers can consume cappuccinos with savory pastries, mammoth muffins or great main dishes.
Pesos go a long way at this clean little joint serving cheap breakfasts, comidas corridas (set lunches), stuffed potatoes and excellent tortas (sandwiches).
One of Tijuana’s best-value places is this bright and cheerful diner-style joint. Excellent breakfasts and tortas (sandwiches), among the best in town, are served around the clock. The waterfall adds to the ambience…
Vintage photos and clapboards separate this place from the coffee mega-chains. Pastries, pies, bagels, sandwiches and rich coffee are all worth ducking in here for.
Lattes, pies, pastries and occasional impromptu salsa performances make this small cafe well worth a stop.
This inexpensive cafe near the main square has good, basic fare, including great Mexican breakfasts.
This delightful, American-run cafe is famed for its gooey, buttery sticky buns. Other favorites include zucchini bread and carrot cake, while breakfasts are healthy and hearty (think broccoli scrambled eggs and feta…
The best part about finding La Esquina is that you get to say ‘Where is Casa Dracula?’ and nobody will look at you strangely (La Esquina is on the opposite corner). A 15-minute walk from the town center will bring y…
Latte- lovers can ditch the chain cafes and get their caffeine, juices or smoothies, and sandwiches at this corner stand.
Coffee, ice cream and wi-fi mix well with the college crowd and eclectic decor.