Seafood in Pachuca

Aldamary Marisquería

Across the street from the main bus station, this bustling marisquería (seafood restaurant) serves amazingly fresh seafood – including shrimp empanadas, oyster cocktails, stuffed crab, molcajetes (ingredients cooked…
Mexican in Pachuca

Mina La Blanca Restaurant Bar

Pachuca’s most famous restaurant, La Blanca has been serving traditional hidalguense food, including pastes and a mean caldo de hongo (mushroom soup), since 1953. The walls, adorned with black-and-white photos and s…
Mexican in Pachuca

Mesón de los Ángeles

This homey hole-in-the-wall restaurant has vintage bullfighting posters plastered across its tiled blue-and-white interior and is perfect for a quick bite. From flavorful tacos to mole verde (pumpkin seed, walnut, a…
Bistro in Pachuca

El Manzanillo

This modern, high-ceilinged bistro is a sure bet. Whether it's a club sandwich or Mexican classics such as enchiladas, the food is spot on (even the seafood pasta!) and the young weekend crowd are certain to be fire…
Mexican in Pachuca

Pastes el Billar

Standout pastes, from vegetarian flor de calabaza (zucchini flower) and champiñon (mushroom) to mole verde de pollo (chicken in a spicy pumpkin-seed sauce). It's on the east corner of the zócalo.