Thanks to the fishing tradition that characterizes Loreto, you will be able to find all kinds of delicacies prepared with the freshest fish and seafood brought every day from the Sea of Cortes' clear waters to your table. In Loreto, foreign visitors will have the chance to enhance their travel experience with the tastes and aromas of traditional Mexican cuisine.
With a gastronomic variety that can please every palate and budget, Loreto presents its visitors with delicious fish tacos and grilled calamari, quesadillas, burritos and other tasty appetizers that go perfectly with some drops of hot sauce and a couple of cold Mexican beers. This gorgeous destination also offers diverse options for those demanding diners craving for exquisite lobster, oysters, caviar, or a juicy steak, in a trendy and luxurious atmosphere, where a good Californian wine may flow to the rhythm of a pleasant conversation.
Located on Loreto's main avenue, this establishment specializes in prime steaks, although the seafood dishes served at Domingo's Place are just as exquisite. The enjoyable evenings at this cozy restaurant are often complemented by mariachi music, adding an equally delicious Mexican touch to the shrimp kebabs, the tequila and the Californian wines.
For those keen on preparing their own meals with the freshest and most distinctive ingredients of the region, Loreto offers colorful and lively markets where you'll find meat, fish, dairy, fruits and vegetables at very accessible prices, since in most of the cases, the goods are sold by the producers. If you are staying at a suite equipped with kitchen or kitchenette, this is a great choice option for trying your hand at the local cuisine. Look for La Huerta de Don Vicente a street market that can be found behind Loreto's Mision on Saturdays, or Mercado Juarez. Once you're there you may want to ask the grocers for one or two cooking secrets, making your meals an unforgettable experience.
Located in Loreto's downtown area, Mexico Lindo y Que Rico Restaurant is managed by a local family that has decorated the place with Mexican motifs, including in its menu that features the most appetizing specialties of national cuisine. The Huevos a la Mexicana (Mexican Eggs) are highly recommendable for breakfast, accompanied by a steaming hot cup of coffee and toast. For lunch or dinner, we suggest you try the tasty local tortilla soup and the peppers stuffed with fresh seafood from the Sea of Cortez.