Restaurants

Top Choice International in La Paz

Las Tres Virgenes

An elegant oasis of a restaurant where you can dine in an atmospheric courtyard surrounded by leafy trees and statues. The menu includes both traditional and innovative dishes like seafood risotto, roasted bone mar…
Top Choice Mexican in La Paz

Maria California

Great for breakfast with live music and a fabulous atmosphere throughout the cozy cluttered dining rooms and terraces. Local artwork, photos and brilliant colored paintwork adorn the walls.
Mexican in La Paz

Tio Bencho

Sit under the red umbrellas on the leafy terrace at this hip local place where the specialty is green, white or red pozole (savoury stew) and enmoladas (enchiladas with mole, typical of Guerrero) and Oaxaca-style ta…
International in La Paz

Nim

Situated in a sumptuous historic house with art deco floor tiles and a chic pale-gray painted interior, organic produce is used in dishes that span the continents, like Moroccan tagines, Italian pastas, clam chowder…
Mexican in La Paz

Bismarkcito

This seafront restaurant, fronted by its own taco stand, is always packed with locals here for the superb seafood. Consider ordering the lobster chowder. TVs, exposed brick walls and jaunty blue-and-white table lin…
Steak in La Paz

Buffalo BBQ

Under the mighty mounted buffalo head, eat a carnivorous feast that includes hamburgers, rib eye steak and grills. Lightweights can opt for the fish of the day. Post dusk, head to the courtyard with its twinkling li…
Vegetarian in La Paz

El Quinto Sol

Besides its bean specialties, this vegetarian landmark and health-food market offers large breakfast servings of yogurt (plain or with fruit, granola or muesli), licuados (fruit shakes), fresh-baked breads and pastr…
Seafood in La Paz

Taco Fish La Paz

Largely undiscovered by tourists, locals have been coming here in shoals since 1992. Expect pristine stainless-steel surfaces, the obligatory TV turned to the football channel and the best fish tacos and ceviche in …
Mexican in La Paz

Kiwi

Touristy, but this is the only restaurant on the ocean side of the malecón, between Calle 5 de Mayo and Constitución. It offers great views you can enjoy while eating decent Mexican and American fare.
Bagels in La Paz

Bagel Shop

Owner Fabrizio learned the art of bagel making in the US, and he makes a steaming batch daily. Fillings range from classic lox and cream cheese to smoked marlin with German sausage.