A young crowd, good tunes, high-speed wi-fi and great coffee equals the perfect coffee house in our book. Bagels and baked goods are from M$45.
- Coffee Hour
- SF Shakers
A touristy restaurant-bar serving up buckets of beer along with familiar North American and Mexican fare such as ribs, burgers and tacos.
- El Horno Mágico
For picnic fixings or a tasty snack, scoop up some crusty French breads (the pecan is divine), chocolate croissants or a savory pastry.
The community-run beach comedor is good for breakfast and lunch. Try its excellent sopa de mariscos (seafood soup).
- Las Delicias
On the plaza-facing veranda of the Hotel Central, this restaurant has big portions and good breakfasts and brilliant people watching.
- Restaurant at Sima de las Cotorras
Serves scrumptious tamales and handmade tortillas. Due to the remote location prices are understandably a little inflated.
- Mercado de la Rotonda
Located at the north end of Revolución, this untouristed market has several basic eateries offering regional food on the cheap.
- Cafe El Ágora de Jalatlaco
Does a good range of breakfasts, light meals, teas and coffees next to Hotel Casa Arnel.
- Las Acamallas
Just off the main square, two-tiered Las Acamallas is a sure bet for breakfast, enchiladas and chicken cooked a dozen ways.
- Petit Four
A wonderful place to get your sugar hit: French pastries that you can enjoy in a cozy environment over tea and coffee.
Try the delicious crispy shrimp served in a coconut (M$130) at this large fan-cooled eatery on the plaza's west side.
- Mercado El Nigromante
This has good produce stands and market cafes. It’s centrally located, but light years away from the gringo scene.
- Super Willy’s
Near the plaza, Super Willy’s is a small supermarket with a big variety of groceries and household items.
- Caffé Todos Santos
Coffee-conscious travelers can consume cappuccinos with savory pastries, mammoth muffins or great main dishes.
Handily located on the plaza, this reliable place caters to hungry souls for any Mexican meal of the day.
- Caprichos Coffee House
Lattes, pies, pastries and occasional impromptu salsa performances make this small cafe well worth a stop.
- Mercado Ignacio Manuel Altamirano
Mercado Ignacio Manuel Altamirano has a row of small, simple eateries serving inexpensive Yucatecan food.
This clean, modern, family-friendly seafood restaurant is on the coastal road about 2km from the market.
- Casa de Café
A cute, cozy place with a community feel, delicious sandwiches, good coffee and freshly baked cakes.
- La Lucha branch
Takeaway branch of Uruapan's most popular cafe, La Lucha.