Ventanas de San Miguel is the local course, designed by Nick Faldo
Diez de Sollano y Dávalos 16, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Recreo 94, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
La Única San Miguel de Allende
Diez de Sollano y Dávalos 14, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Conde de La Canal 34, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Cuna de Allende 3, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Cuna de Allende 15, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Tío Lucas Restaurante Bar
Mesones 103, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
La Sirena Gorda
Calle del Dr Ignacio Hernandez Macias 85, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Recreo 88, Centro, Zona Centro, 37700 San Miguel de Allende, Gto., Mexico
Sollano St. Centro
Unique products from all over the world; beautiful Mexican home goods and accessories
Jesus St. #27 Centro
Bathing suits and Mexican clothing with a contemporary design
La Casa del Vidrio
Correo St. #11 Centro
Blown Glass, antiques and Mexican traditional clothing
Recreo San Miguel
Recreo St. Centro
A Luxury brand inspired by the rich colors, textures and cultural values of Latin America
Canal St. & Aldama St. Centro
Exclusive boutique, Mexican clothes and accesories
Hernandez Macias St. #72 Centro
Natural herbal products for skin care and the health of the whole family…among other things
Hernandez Macias St. #83 Centro
Handcrafted fashion store inspired by Mexican art
Relox St. #18 Centro
Gastronomy, design, art, fashion and hospitality
Mercado de Artesanias
Lucas Balderas Centro
Local handcrafts made of wool and brass, art, silver jewelry, articles to decorate and many other varieties of souvenir
SMA-Buenavista KM 3.5
Mexican company focused on the sale of products related to interior design such as candles, art, antiques and furniture
Cuna de Allende #10 Centro
Clay & stoneware products: pots, crockery, vases and lamps
Casa R Concept Store
Mesones St. #83 Centro
High-end mexican design store, fashion, antiques, furniture and more
Fabrica La Aurora
Calzada de La Aurora
One of México´s finest collections of art, galleries, design, furniture and more
Hernandez Macias #56 Centro
Mexican talent, jewelry, clothes, food, drinks and more
Mesones #93 Centro
Folk art store with textiles, masks, furniture, lacquerware, traditional earrings, glassware and pottery
Pila Seca St. #3 Centro
Art & objects, fashion, textiles, home decor and jewelry
If you'd like to schedule a massage:
Spa at Hotel Matilda (Aldama #53) or Dos Casas Spa (Quebrada #101). Both are great options!
Take a stroll in the heart of downtown San Miguel, and then enjoy a delicious breakfast at Cumpanio (Correo #29), or at Café de La Parroquia on Jesus Street.
At Café Contento (Hernandez Macias #72), you can have a sit-down breakfast or grab a coffee to go.
Lavanda Café is very popular, located at Hernandez Macias #87. Their lavender coffee and waffles are both great.
El Pegaso (Corregidora #6) is one of the local favorites.
The Bagel Cafe in Correo Street has the best bagels in town.
Juan´s Café (Relox 37)will give you a taste of the culture of San Miguel. It's another great option for breakfast or lunch.
Café Muro, located on calle Loreto 10-B, offers a variety of flavorful typical Mexican snacks. If you have a craving for sopes or enchiladas, this is the place to be.
San Agustin, located on San Francisco #21, is a well-known café. This restaurant offers hot chocolate and churros as well as breakfast, lunch or dinner. The café is small and there is always a bit of a wait to get a table!
Rincon de Don Tomas is located in the heart of San Miguel´s square. It’s a great place to sit and chat while having a cup of coffee or a drink.
Ten Ten Pie (Cuna de Allende #21) is located a block from the Parroquia. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Great location and great views from the terrace.
After breakfast, you can walk around and check out the beautiful architecture. San Miguel is a UNESCO world heritage site. You can also visit the markets for inexpensive arts and crafts. Walk the side streets of the Mercado Allende for blown glass. La Casa de Vidrio has the largest selection in town. San Miguel also has wonderful art galleries and jewelry stores. Canal, Zacateros, Hernandez Macias, and Correo streets are a must.
If you're in the mood for authentic Mexican food, La Alborada is a very small and inexpensive restaurant in Diez de Sollano. They have great enchiladas verdes.
Luna de Queso is a vegan restaurant with healthy food options. It is located at Salida a Celaya, in front of La Casona hotel.
Mamma Mia Restaurant and Bar, located at Umaran #8, has amazing pizzas and live music on the weekends.
Pueblo Viejo, located at Umaran #6, has the feel of an old town and the food (especially the molcajete) is very good.
The Restaurant has great food and an amazing patio. Located at Diez de Sollano # 16.
La Cevicheria has amazing ceviches and great fish tacos. Located between the Correo St. and Diez de Sollano St.
Hecho en Mexico is located in Ancha de San Antonio # 8. Their rosemary chicken is delicious.
Hotel Matilda offers renowned chef Enrique Olvera´s Moxi. Everything is absolutely incredible! The address is Aldama # 53.
The Rosewood Hotel offers great salads, hamburgers and a beautiful view of the city´s skyline. Located at Calle Nemesio Diez # 11.
La Parada, located at Recreo # 96, is great for Peruvian cuisine.
If you have a sweet tooth, make sure to stop by Petit Four, Mesones 99-1. They have variety of freshly baked croissants, sandwiches, baguettes, etc. Don’t leave without trying some of their delicious chocolate truffles with Mezcal, or a traditional French macaroons in a variety of flavors. Their éclairs au chocolate and the mixed fresh fruit tartlets are also excellent.
If you're looking for a light lunch, stop by at Nectar (Correo #43). They have great salads and a variety of teas.
Daniel Espinosa (Umaran #1) offers exclusive and high quality jewelry designs.
Art Galleries in town:
Casa Diana, Recreo #48.
Galeria Nudo, Recreo #10 – B.
Fabrica la Aurora
San Miguel is known for its beautiful sunsets, so head to La Azotea at Pueblo Viejo where you can enjoy a Margarita or Mojito and great tapas while you watch the sunset. (Umaran # 6)
MX Terrace bar is a great place for drinks and sushi (Ocre: Hidalgo # 5). Fun rooftop and very good food.
La Luna at the Rosewood Hotel has great views of the city.
The rooftop of Pegaso is also a great option.
Hotel 1810 has an amazing view of town. Located oh Hidalgo Street.
For jazz and very good Mexican food, try Tio Lucas. Located at Mesones 103.
Atrio, located in Cuna de Allende, has the great food and great views.
Zumo has amazing food and drinks.
La Unica is one of the newest restaurants in town.
If you are in the mood for traditional Mexican food, head to La Posadita, located on Cuna de Allende #13.
Polp is located at Relox #3. This restaurant has great tapas with a good ambiance. The mushroom risotto is excellent.
Doce 18, located at Relox #12. Many different options in their food court. The most popular spot is Jacinto.
Food Factory has a great ambiance and you can find a wide variety of food options (located at La Aurora Factory).
La Azotea - drinks and great views of the sunset.
Mezcaleria San Mezcal, located at Recreo # 96. They have a great variety of mezcals.
Mamma Mia, located on Umaran, has four different bar areas. Salsa music is played in the restaurant area every day, but it is best on Fridays and Saturdays after 9:00 p.m. The rock band plays every Friday and Saturday, from 11:00 – 4:00.
Duke, located at Mesones # 99ª, is a club with great music and a fun atmosphere.
Sammy Social Room, located at San Francisco #8.
El Grito Night Club, located on Umaran St, is a fun environment with great music.