Our Recommendations

We love our festive city and want to share with you our carefully curated and personally experienced list of favorite places to shop, eat and explore.

–The Team at Casa Delphine



Elegant Asian fusion dishes, located just off the Jardin with incredible rooftop views of the Parroquia.

Terraza 48

Intimate, contemporary Mediterranean restaurant with fresh plates and great cocktails. There is no sign, just a staircase.

The Restaurant

Farm-to-table, global comfort food. Check out ‘Burger Night’ on Thursday for a special menu and local scene.


Japanese cuisine with an emphasis on the fresh and sustainable fish. New York City vibes. Seats 12.


Elegant, local and seasonal contemporary cuisine with a small and carefully considered menu. Romantic and minimalist.


(Inside Roma Quince). Pablo, a young chef from Mexico City creates inventive pizza with very fresh ingredients in a wood fired oven.

Sollano 18

Steakhouse with good cocktails and great views.


Lavada Café

Everyone’s favorite breakfast spot. Excellent coffee. Lines start at 9am so get there early.

Garambullo Fonda

Casual, bright breakfast and lunch spot with healthy Mexican American comfort food a block from Casa Delphine.

Inside Café

Hip, casual atmosphere, big portions, healthy fresh food with brunch elements and an Asian fusion menu.


Beautiful and bright, coffee, smoothies, eggs benedict, smoked salmon. Open courtyard. Fresh ingredients.


Artisanal kitchen, with Mexican and other international breakfast and lunch choices.


Flavorful authentic Mexican Cuisine. On a busy road but the flavors make up for the passing cars and buses.


Ki’bok Coffee

Relaxed ambiance and a rooftop lounge with views. A locals favorite. Great lattes and small breakfast dishes.

Lacabra Illuminata

A vegan spot favored by locals with delicious coffee and minimalist vibe.



Excellent artisanal mixology, Spanish tapas, with a beautiful rooftop view of the city. Wednesday – Sunday 3p-12a.

El Manantial

Dive bar with authentic Mexican food and a lot of tales to tell. A local hangout.


Rooftop bar with chic relaxed atmosphere and 360o views of San Miguel.

Sky Bar @ Casa No Name

Chic and intimate rooftop bar complete with firepit and a great wine list.

Rosewood Rooftop

Luna Bar: Outstanding views of the city from the rooftop. Light snacks, beautiful at sunset.



Bold, fun, and colorful bohemian clothing and home furnishings curated globally.

Roma Quince

Contemporary Mexican fashion and decoration store concept.

Agua de Coco

Stylish and colorful clothing boutique along with stylish accessories including vintage products.

Fabrica La Aurora

Historic textile factory turned into art studios, galleries and shops for clothing and home furnishings. Take your time and visit the cafés and restaurants.

Casa Armida

Modern home furnishings.

Mercado de Artesanias

Starting at Colegio, this is San Miguel’s version of an outdoor market/bazaar that spans four streets long.

Mercado Collective

A curated collection of clothes and home goods with a focus on collaboration and local artisans and artists.

Dôce-18 Concept House

A curated collection of high design clothing, accessories, gifts, art, and food.

Mercado Sano

Specializing in sustainable, artisanal, natural, and organic produce, food and health-conscious products. The farmers market on Saturday is not to be missed.


Los Senderos - Thermal Springs + Restaurant

Natural hot spring water fed into elegant and relaxing pools with beautiful architecture.

La Gruta Spa - Thermal Springs

Natural hot spring waters. Local spot. Go early to miss the crowds; bring a towel.

La Santisima Trinidad – Local Vineyard

Stunning location for a vineyard tour and lunch. 30 minutes outside of town. Don’t miss.

Charco del Ingenio - Botanical Gardens

For the best local hiking, you cannot beat the botanical gardens.

Coyote Canyon Adventures

Horseback riding. Good horses, good wranglers and amazing scenery. Not your typical nose-to-tail trail ride. Highly recommended.

Cañada de la Virgen - Pyramid Tour

A local archeologist will guide you through our local Mesoamerican pyramid sites.

*Please ask us about the local pajarete (cowboy coffee) experience !!!

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