Dining in La Paz

fish-taco in la pazDining in La Paz Mexico is a treat. Although the restaurants on the waterfront tend to offer more ambiance, the ones in town should not be overlooked!  And lets not forget that you can prepare your own feast in your own kitchen at Casa República.

Seafood

La Perla is classic ‘old’ La Paz. This restauarant has been a local institution for decades. Lovely patio dining facing the harbor and the Malecon. Popular Mexican cuisine, hamburgers, sandwhiches and seafood. Go easy on the giant and potent margaritas! Right smack in the the middle of it all, can’t miss it.

Bismarkcito is across from the Malecon on Abasolo Fish tacos, chiles rellenos, smoked marlin tacos, seafood soup, paella

Playa Pichilingue is at 18 Carretera at Pichilingue 612-122-4565

(Just a few clicks past the Ferry Terminal and before Balandra Beach)

Fresh seafood under a huge palapa on the beach doesn’t get much better. This restaurant has its own clam farm so you know the chocolate clams are the freshest around. Do not pass up the almejas rellenos (stuffed clams)!

Italian

Il Rustico in La Paz

Il Rustico in La Paz

Il Rustico is a great Italian restaurant in the center of town near the corner of Revolucion and Nicolas Bravo

http://ilrusticolapazmx.com/us/about.html

Meat

Estancia Uruguaya is at Revolucion 784 at the corner of Salvatierra (two blocks from Casa Republica towards downtown.) 612-123-1666

The best meat in town! Also live entertainment.

Trocadero is on Morelos between Revolucion and Madero. Great food excellent setting. The menu is very creative with delicious duck. Large selection of wines and outdoor seating. Clean new and comfortably designed.

Rivet is on the Malecon towards the Ferry only one block from Casa Republica. French food with a Mexican twist. Great salads!

Tacos

Rancho Viejo has three locations around town to serve you. The original is located at Dominguez and Marquez de leon

612-128-4647 This place never closes!!!!

Tacos, stuffed potatoes, grilled meats. Breakfasts include: eggs, hotcakes, French toast and the freshest tortillas.

Super Burro is on Abasolo right before the start of the Malecon. Fast, Fresh and inexpensive. Carne asada tacos grilled on open flame with choice of tortillas. Excellent roasted chile salsas, charros frijoles soup (bean soup with salsa) and stuffed potatoes.

Mr. Fish has fresh fish tacos extraordinaire! This is where the locals go for fish tacos. Last time we were there we had Manta Ray tacos that were killer! Located on the way to the big shopping mall (Soriana’s) Look for the bright yellow plastic fish announcing this tasty and reasonable eatery.

Home Cooking

Dining in La Paz is truly a treat, but if you’re staying for more than just a few days its great to do some of your own cooking also.  Love seafood and want adventure? Buy fish at the fish market on Nicholas Bravo. It is the freshest in town. Prepare it any way you desire at your fully equipped kitchen at your Casa República unit.

There are several grocery stores in town to help you complete the meal. Aramburo, Ley, Chedraui and Soriana. Also, don’t miss the roasted chickens at Chedraui. Each unit at Casa República has adequate kitchen utensils to prepare breakfast, lunch or dinner. Delicious homemade breads and desserts can be found at Panaderia Pan DLes on Madero between Ocampo and Degollado.

Buen Provecho!

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  1. Posted July 17, 2012 at 11:00 pm | Permalink

    Not sure why your comment is on our website – Grill fish is not a place that was reviewed – never heard of it in La Paz Mexico. Please let us know where this restaurant is. Did you stay in La Paz? If so, let us know what places you enjoyed eating at. We are always open to suggestions…

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